October 13 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy [/b]

Posted by Kim
Rooster rules the streets of Kennebec

Sightings of wild animals within the city limits of South Dakota towns are not unusual; everything from mountain lions to deer and pheasants have been reported. Towns here in Lyman County are no exception. Pen raised pheasants have been sighted running the streets of Presho while a feral hog, reportedly living along Medicine Creek, occasionally makes an appearance in the community of Vivian. The phenomenon of wildlife moving into towns has struck Kennebec. Town officials have been receiving reports from citizens that a rooster chicken is on the loose in Kennebec.

October 13 2004

[b]Kennebec News[/b] by Doreine Anderson

Posted by Kim
Sunday, October 3, dinner and supper guests and visitors in the parental Mary Mick home were Troy and Monica Swanson, Pukwana; Melinda McManus, Allie and Katie, Reliance; and Rodney Mick.

October 06 2004

[b]National Fire prevention week observed by local departments[/b]

Posted by Kim
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Local fire departments across Lyman County plan to promote fire prevention week throughout the week by visiting Lyman elementary schools, hosting tours of the firehouse and giving youngsters rides on a fire truck. Members of the Presho volunteer fire department following a training exercise last summer. Standing l-r: Rod Diedrich, Ryan Willert, Jamie Vesley, Joel Olivier, Donnie Manger, and Jim Cole. Kneeling l-r: Andy Hubbard, Dave Cole, and Danae Vavra.

October 06 2004

[b]Locals honored as Hometown Heroes by Modern Woodman[/b]

Posted by Kim
By Lucy Halverson

Volunteer Laverne Olson, Presho, was recognized as a 'Hometown Hero' by local Modern Woodman of America camp members Sunday, October 3, 2004 at an afternoon ceremony held at the Oacoma Community Center, Oacoma, SD. In addition, Tim Long, Kennebec, was also recognized as a member of the National Guard 200th Engr.
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