NewsDecember 11 2019

Vivian names HomeTown Heros

Posted by Lucy Halverson

Vivian names HomeTown Heros


Lois and Lonis Wendt (center) were named Modern Woodmen’s 2019 Hometown Heros from Vivian. The presentation was made at Vivian’s Business Appreciation Night Saturday, Dec. 7 at the firehall by Linda Perry (far left) and Jeanine Patrick (far right).

NewsDecember 11 2019

Posted by Lucy Halverson

Notice of program availability

 The Rural Office of Community Services, Inc. (ROCS) announces the availability of the HOME Homeowner Rehabilitation Program.  This program will assist home-owners with home rehabilitation measures to their owner occupied homes.  To qualify for this program, household income must be at or below 80% of the Area Median Income.  Funding for this program is provided by SD Housing Development Authority HOME Program. This program is available to income eligible homeowners in South Central and South Eastern South Dakota on a priority scale and a waiting list will be utilized. The initial application period will be open for 60 days beginning December 15, 2019.  Eligible counties include:  Aurora, Bon Homme, Brule, Buffalo, Clay, Charles Mix, Davison, Douglas, Gregory, Hanson, Hutchinson, Jerauld, Jones, Lyman, Mellette, Sanborn, Tripp, Todd, Union and Yankton. To receive an application or for more information, contact Darci Bultje, dbultje©rocsinc.org, or 605-384-3883. 

NewsNovember 26 2019

Main Street project in Presho finishes before Thanksgiving

Posted by Lucy

Main Street Project finishes before Thanksgiving

The last of the street closed barriers were removed from Presho’s Main Street last Wednesday morning, and after approximately six months of construction, residents were able to drive from the top of Main to the bottom without restrictions. The Main Street construction project that included new sanitary and storm sewer lines, sidewalks, street lights and pavement started last May, and had October 31 as the completion date, finished November 13. A few areas along the curb and gutter remain unfinished but the majority of the work is complete and traffic is back to normal. The new lighted crosswalk at the intersection of Main and 6th Street was part of the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) to provide a safe route to school grant and paid for new sidewalks along 6th Street, west of Main, and Birch Avenue north to the school.

NewsNovember 13 2019

Lyman School honors Veterans

Posted by Lucy

Honoring Veterans


Lyman first grade students presented flags to all Veterans attending the annual Veterans Day program Monday, Nov. 11 at the gym in Presho. Veterans introduced themselves and shared their branch of service, l-r; Gerry Mohr, Dan Meyer, Eugene Merterns, Skip Floyd, Paul Olson and Jim Schmidt.
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