April 11 2006

Primary Election set for June 6

Posted by Nicole

Democratic Legislative, Governor Candidates to face off in Primary

By Lucy Halverson

Eight candidates from Legislative District 21 have filed nominating petitions to run for the South Dakota Legislature. Each legislative district in the state elects one senator and two representatives. Due to recent changes in area districts, Lyman County has moved out of District 26 and is now in District 21 which includes Charles Mix, Brule, Buffalo, Lyman and Jones counties.

Filing petitions with the South Dakota Secretary of State for a seat in the House of Representatives were Democratic candidates Diane Kastner, Kennebec; David Reis, Oacoma; and Faith Spotted Eagle, Lake Andes. Republican candidates for House include Thomas Deadrick, Platte and Kent Juhnke, Vivian. Deadrick is the only incumbent running for re-election to the House from District 21. Two will be elected to serve District 21 in the House.Senatorial candidates include Democrat Charon Asetoyer of Lake Andes and Mahylen D. Niles of Chamberlain. Cooper Garnos, Presho, is the only Republican who filed for the Senate.

In District 21 a Legislative primary will be held on the Democratic side for Senate and also for the House. A Democratic candidate for governor will also be chosen between Dennis Wiese of Flandreau and Jack Billion of Sioux Falls.The Primary Election will be held Tuesday, June 6, 2006.

Commission only Republican race to be on Primary ballot

Four Lyman County Republicans have filed nominating petitions for the June 6 Primary Election. Three incumbents and one challenger will be running for the three open seats on the Lyman County Commission.

An official drawing was held Thursday for position on the primary ballot. Kim Halverson, Kennebec; Steve Perry, Presho; Ryan Huffman, Vivian; and Randy Holmquist, Reliance will be vying for a one of three-positions on the commission.

According to Lyman County Auditor Pam Michalek no other county elected officials will be on the primary ballot

April 11 2006

CRP enrollments, extensions deadline April 14

Posted by Nicole

WASHINGTON - USDA’s Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) reminds Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) participants with contracts expiring on Sept. 30, 2007, that they have until Friday, April 14, 2006, to apply for re-enrollment and extension.

In August 2004, President Bush announced his commitment to re-enroll or extend certain contracts scheduled to expire between 2007 and 2010, and to fully use the CRP’s 39.2 million acre enrollment authority. CCC received more than 5,000 comments from the public in response to a Federal Register notice and conducted a public meeting in June 2005.

In September 2005, Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns announced that CCC would begin to implement the President’s proposed actions in early 2006.Beginning in February 2006, Farm Service Agency (FSA) county offices sent letters to CRP participants with contracts expiring Sept. 30, 2007. FSA notified those contract holders of their contract status and the April 14, 2006 deadline to accept the opportunity to extend or re-enroll for the contract length offered. The letters asked contract holders to confirm their interest in a re-enrolled or extended contract subject to a compliance check.

April 11 2006


Posted by Nicole
Harry A. Eymer, 88
Funeral services for Harry A. Eymer, 88, of Reliance, SD will be Thursday, April 13, 2006 at 2:00 PM at the Reliance United Methodist Church in Reliance, SD with burial in the Reliance Cemetery at Reliance, SD. Visitation will be Wednesday, April 12 from 1 to 8 PM with a prayer service at 7 PM at the Hickey-Wevik Funeral Chapel in Chamberlain.

April 04 2006

Posted by Kim

Jody Reuman, seated, with other Hair West staff members Lindsey Penny and Lisa Jessop in newly remodeled salon.
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