NewsApril 18 2019

Kennebec T&C Club hold annual Easter Egg Hunt

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Kennebec Easter Egg Event 
 
 Due to the inclement weather that produced snow Wednesday and Thursday the Easter egg hunt was held at the Kennebec Gym Saturday, April 13. Three golden eggs were in each age group. Participants that found the golden eggs were given a prize. Back row l-r: Josie Mertens, Amber Mertens, Kenzy Wagner, Ella Ehlers, Max Schindler, and Maverick Johnson. Front row l-r: Joey Janssen, Taylor Lynn Vaughn, Will Stanley and Raiden Rockwood.

NewsApril 18 2019

Last day of school at Lyman set for May 17

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Last day of school at Lyman set for May 17

The last day of classes for Lyman students this year will be May 17 after the board of education approved adding four days to the calendar at Monday night’s board meeting. The district missed nine days of school due to weather during the 2018-19 school year. Lyman Superintendent Rob Davis recommended to the board that four of the nine days be added to the calendar with students attending through Friday, May 17 and adding a work day to the teacher’s schedule for Monday, May 20. He assured the board that school would still meet the Department of Education’s requirements. Lyman’s High School graduation is set for Saturday, May 11 at 2:00 pm at the Presho gym. Davis updated the board on the building project that has started at both the Presho and Kennebec sites. He stated there has been an issue at the Kennebec site already when excavators discovered more old buried concrete from the old Kennebec school building that they were not made aware of earlier.
Building committee member Matt Collins stated he informed Arch, Inc. about the buried concrete and that should have been related to contractors during the bid process.
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NewsApril 18 2019

Judge Rank appointed as presiding judge of the Sixth Circuit

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Judge Rank appointed as presiding judge of the Sixth Circuit 
 
Chief Justice David Gilbertson announced last week the appointment of the Honorable Bobbi Rank as Presiding Judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit effective June 8, 2019. Judge Rank’s selection will follow the retirement of the Honorable John Brown. The Sixth Judicial Circuit consists of Bennett, Gregory, Haakon, Hughes, Hyde, Jackson, Jones, Lyman, Mellette, Potter, Stanley, Sully, Tripp and Todd counties. Judge Rank has served as a circuit court judge in the Sixth Judicial Circuit since her appointment by the Honorable Dennis Daugaard in October of 2016. She was formerly engaged in the private practice of law, served as an assistant attorney general and was legal counsel for the Department of Education. Pursuant to Article V, Section 11 of the South Dakota Constitution, Presiding Judges are appointed by the Chief Justice and serve at his pleasure. The Presiding Judges are administrative heads of their respective circuits. The Chief Justice expressed his appreciation for Judge Rank’s willingness to serve the Unified Judicial System and people of South Dakota in this manner.
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