September 06 2005

[b]Obituaries[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Joyce E. Schmidt, 65

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 am Wednesday, September 7, 2005 at the Kennebec Lutheran Church for Joyce E. Schmidt, 65 of Kennebec, who died Sunday, September 4, 2005 at her home in Kennebec. Burial will be at the Kennebec Cemetery.
Joyce (Anderson) Schmidt was born May 29, 1940 in Pierre, SD to Glen and Nora (Jensen) Anderson and went home to Heaven September 4, 2005.


Dale R. Thorson, 61

Corcoran MN - Dale Richard Thorson,61, of Corcoran, MN passed away on Saturday, May 14, 2005, of cancer at the Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, MN. Funeral services were held on Friday, May 20, at 10:00 a.m. at the Peterson Chapel, 300 Main Street North, St. Michael. MN. Graveside services (to bury ashes) were Saturday, August 27th, 2005 at 2 pm conducted by Rev. Lori Hope at Medicine Creek Cemetery.

August 30 2005

Posted by Nicole
Image: http://www.lcherald.com/e107_files/images/fitness.jpg


New owners of Lyman Fitness Center. Don and Edith Jennings on the left, and Bob and Nancy Karlen on the right, are preparing the center for an upcoming open house. Watch the Herald future updates.

August 30 2005

[b]Fitness Center changes ownership[/b]

Posted by Nicole
by Lucy Halverson

LA Sports Fitness Center, located on Main Street at Presho, officially changed ownership Friday when Bob and Nancy Karlen and Don and Edith Jennings, all of Presho, purchased the business from Dean Reumann.

The fitness center, which was built by Reumann about 8 years ago, will now be called Lyman Fitness Center. The new owners are busy cleaning, painting, and fixing up in anticipation of a grand opening to be held in a few weeks. We will remain open to members while the renovation is underway, said Bob. The majority of the work will be completed during the evening hours and on the weekends since both couples are employed with full time jobs. The fitness centers hours remain 6 AM to 11 PM.

August 30 2005

[b]Kennebec entertains FFC official at community picnic[/b]

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

Kennebec Telephone Company may be a small independent telephone company but according to South Dakota Public Utilities Commissioner Bob Sahr they are a progressive company.

Sahr along with PUC commissioner Dusty Johnson and Federal Communications Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein spoke at a community picnic hosted by Kennebec Telephone Wednesday, August 25th at the Kennebec firehouse. The stop at Kennebec was part of a two-day tour through South Dakota by FCC commissioner Adelstein.
Adelstein was impressed with the telephone companys commitment to make high speed internet service available to nearly all their customers including those in the rural area around Kennebec and Presho. Rod Bowar, general manager of Kennebec Telephone, estimated that 22% of the companys customers currently subscribe to high speed internet.



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