NewsSeptember 27 2017

Delta Dental bus coming to Presho

Posted by Lucy

Delta Dental bus coming to Presho
 
  Presho – Delta Dental’s mobile dental truck is coming to Presho October 9-13. 
  Rural Health Care, Stanley-Jones Memorial Clinic and Lyman County School are hosting the truck to care for children who can’t afford or access a dentist because of cost, lack of insurance, transportation, or other reasons. 
  Registration in advance is needed, and a patient consent and information form must be completed. Contact Stanley-Jones Memorial Clinic, 605-895-2589, for more information.  
  A full range of dental care is available, including exams, cleanings, preventative treatments, and cavity fillings. Services are provided at no cost to the child or family. No insurance is necessary. 
  Oral health education is also provided to patients so they can continue to care for their teeth after the visit. 
  Children from their first tooth through age 21 are eligible if they have not seen an area dentist in two years or live more than 85 miles from the nearest dentist. 
  The mobile dental truck’s visit is a partnership between Rural Health Care Inc., Stanley-Jones Memorial Clinic, Lyman County Schools and Delta Dental of South Dakota.

NewsSeptember 20 2017

Lyman Student Council kicks off Homecoming week with Color Walk

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Lyman Student Council kicks off Homecoming week with Color Walk 
 
The Student Council’s color walk was held Sunday afternoon in Presho. Several walkers and runners of all ages participated in the event. Snacks and water were handed out to all the participants after the run was completed. Pictured are l-r: Jacob, student council member, handing out freeze pops to runners Askel, Jaydin, Aaron, and Ellie.

NewsSeptember 20 2017

The Invasion of the Painted Ladies

Posted by Lucy

The invasion of the Painted Ladies   
 
   Have you noticed swarms of monarch-like butterflies feeding in your garden lately? Maybe you even thought they were monarchs. They are Painted Ladies and although they have some of the same coloring as monarchs, they are smaller and have dots on their lower wings, while monarchs have black lines.
    Painted Ladies, also called Cosmopolitan, Latin name Vanessa virginiensis have overrun gardens not only in South Dakota, but other states as well, as they bunch up prior to their migration south.
    The butterflies especially love purple and pink flowers on such plants as sedum, purple coneflower and New England aster. But they will suck nectar from just about any late-blooming plant, so they should be easy to find in backyards, community gardens and nature preserves.
    Some people might notice the insects smacking their windshields.
    You’ll also find them on gravel roads, where they suck water from puddles. The water in the puddles has minerals that the painted ladies need.
    Painted Ladies lay their eggs on plants that they like to eat, like hollyhocks and thistles.      
    They may also like soybeans. The butterfly lives for about two weeks, long enough to flutter around our gardens and lay eggs for the next generation. The life cycle of a Painted Lady is about one month from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to butterfly to egg.

NewsSeptember 13 2017

Cannonball Run makes pit stop in Presho

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Cannonball Run makes pit stop in Presho 
 
The Cannonball Run made a pit stop in Presho, Thursday, September 7 on their way to the next stop, the Badlands, where they spent the night. They are a group of sports car owners that go on a ten day vacation of approximately 13,000 miles. They pick a different route each year exploring back roads and new cities and driving unknown roads. This year the journey began at Detroit, MI and will end in Salt Lake City, UT.
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