NewsFebruary 03 2020

Posted by Lucy Halverson

Lyman Boys to play in Pentagon Classic Feb. 8th
 
Twenty high school boys basketball teams are scheduled to compete in the Sanford Pentagon High School Basketball Classic on Feb. 8. The classic features some of the highest-ranked schools from all classes in South Dakota along with teams from Iowa and Minnesota. All games will be played on Heritage Court at the Sanford Pentagon. The first game begins at 8 a.m. Tip-off is scheduled for every 90 minutes. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students K-12 and free for kids four-and-under. 
 
 Sanford Pentagon High School Basketball Classic Feb. 8, 2020 8 a.m. – Warner vs. #4 Lyman (Class 9:30 a.m. – Tea Area vs. Remsen St. Mary’s 11 a.m. – Redfield vs. Corsica Stickney 12:30 p.m. – Tiospa Zina vs. #4 Dakota Valley (Class A) 2 p.m. – Sioux Falls Lincoln vs. Moorhead 3:30 p.m. – Harrisburg vs. Madison 5 p.m. – Sioux Falls Washington vs. Western Christian 6:30 p.m. – #3 Sioux Valley (Class A) vs. #1 Viborg-Hurley (Class 8 p.m. – #3 Sioux Falls O’Gorman (Class AA) vs. #1 St. Thomas More (Class A) 9:30 p.m. – #2 Sioux Falls Christian (Class A) vs. Minneapolis North





DWU Culvers Girls Classic, Feb. 14 
 
Lyman Raiders Girls basketball team will play in the DWU Girls Classic, Friday, February 14 at the Corn Palace. Pairings are as follows. Bridgewater Emery vs Jones County 1 pm; Menno vs Burke, 2:30 pm; Lyman vs Hanson, 4 pm; Howard vs White River, 5:30 pm; Harrisburg vs Mitchell, 7 pm; DeSmet vs Corsica-Stickney, 8:30 pm Passes will be sent to the schools a week before the Classic.

NewsJanuary 15 2020

Muirhead joins LHS Hall of Fame

Posted by Lucy

Muirhead joins LHS Hall of Fame

Ian Muirhead, 2019 inductee to the Lyman HOF, accepts his plaque from Lyman Wrestling Coach Chad Johnson during the 44th annual Mid-Dakota Monster Wrestling Tournament held in Presho over the weekend. Muirhead, a 2010 Lyman graduate is a volunteer coach in the Lyman wrestling gym during the winter months.

NewsJanuary 15 2020

Two day Dukart workshop to be held in Murdo Jan. 29 & 30

Posted by Lucy


Two day Dukart workshop to be held Jan. 29 & 30

 Biological Planning: Regenerative Grazing and Cropping with Purpose, a two-day workshop with Joshua Dukart, certified Holistic Management educator and rancher from western North Dakota. The workshop will be held January 29 & 30, 2020 at West River/Lyman Jones Rural Water in Murdo, SD from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (CST) each day. Dukart will explain regenerative focused land management practices and introduce the principles of Holistic Management. Dukart will be navigating soil health principles, as he dissects and explores the potential weak links of our landscape. He will address the biological planning it takes to build resilience and functionality back into the soil and determine if we are using our soil, plants and animals to their fullest potential. Finally, Dukart will go over some effective biological management strategies to help tie the biological, financial and social objectives together to made decisions that fit into each producer’s operation. There will be a $20 per person charge to cover the cost of the meal. Please RSVP by January 24th to Jewell Bork at 605-530-3713 or email at southcentralrcd©goldenwest.net for a meal count and workshop supplies. The workshop is sponsored by South Central RC&D, Jones County Conservation District and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

NewsJanuary 15 2020

Two day Dukart workshop to be held in Murdo Jan. 29 & 30

Posted by Lucy


Two day Dukart workshop to be held Jan. 29 & 30

 Biological Planning: Regenerative Grazing and Cropping with Purpose, a two-day workshop with Joshua Dukart, certified Holistic Management educator and rancher from western North Dakota. The workshop will be held January 29 & 30, 2020 at West River/Lyman Jones Rural Water in Murdo, SD from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (CST) each day. Dukart will explain regenerative focused land management practices and introduce the principles of Holistic Management. Dukart will be navigating soil health principles, as he dissects and explores the potential weak links of our landscape. He will address the biological planning it takes to build resilience and functionality back into the soil and determine if we are using our soil, plants and animals to their fullest potential. Finally, Dukart will go over some effective biological management strategies to help tie the biological, financial and social objectives together to made decisions that fit into each producer’s operation. There will be a $20 per person charge to cover the cost of the meal. Please RSVP by January 24th to Jewell Bork at 605-530-3713 or email at southcentralrcd©goldenwest.net for a meal count and workshop supplies. The workshop is sponsored by South Central RC&D, Jones County Conservation District and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
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