NewsMay 29 2019

Posted by Lucy

Water surrounds the bridge on North Main at Presho Monday, May 27, 2019. 

NewsMay 16 2019

47th Annual Lyman Graduation

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47th Annual Lyman Graduation 
 
Sixteen Lyman seniors made their final walk as students across the stage at the Lyman gym Sat., May 11 to accept their high school diplomas to complete their high school education. Principal Robin Curtis recognized 12 of the 16 seniors, Valedictorian, Kadi Terca, Salutatorian, Jacob Hoffer, Maria Authier, Grant Chester, Carter Collins, Demi Langdeau, Noah McNaughton, Percy Pourier, Madelynn Schindler, Landen Scott, Kallie Shook and Cole Urban as honor graduates. Other grads included Jadeon Biggers Haleigh Estes Jonathan Schaefer, and Dylon Wagner. Paul Olson, a member of the Presho American Legion Butrick Post presented the Americanism awards for citizenship to Jadeon Biggers and Kadi Terca.

NewsMay 16 2019

Prairie Futures Nursing Open House Re-Scheduled in Winner and Chamberlain

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Prairie Futures Nursing Open House Re-Scheduled

 The Prairie Futures informational open house, which had been scheduled for April but was canceled due to a spring snow storm, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 21 in Chamberlain, SD 11:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m at the Sanford Hospital Private Dining Room and in Winner, SD from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. at the Winner Regional Hospital Chapel. Corey Hamilton Kilgore, Executive Director of the MHCH (Matson, Halverson, Christianson, Hamilton) Foundation invites anyone who has interest in becoming a Register Nurse to attend the open house and learn more about the Prairie Futures Nursing Program. Prairie Futures is a collaboration between the University of South Dakota, Sanford Chamberlain, Winner Regional Hospital, Lower Brule Community College and the MHCH Foundation to provide access to nursing education for non-traditional students in the central rural areas of South Dakota,” said Kilgore. The pre-nursing general education classes may be completed via distance technology through the University of South Dakota and students may also take general courses at Lower Brule Community College in Lower Brule, SD. Prairie Futures students are provided with transportation and lodging support as needed, tutoring, coaching, and laptops are available while students are registered in classes. Stipends are available at the end of the fall and spring semesters for students who meet GPA requirements. If you are interested in becoming a nurse, and would like to practice in rural South Dakota, then make plans to attend the Prairie Futures Open House and learn more about this program. For more information email corey©mhch.org or call 281-253-5199.

NewsMay 08 2019

Greater Lyman Foundation hosts 10th annual Spring Fundraiser

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GLF hosts 10th annual Spring Fundraiser
 
Members of the Greater Lyman Foundation board of directors, l-r: Corwin Mohr-Eymer, Jim Fulwider, Judge Jessop, Bruce Eymer, Donnie McManus, Crystal Brakke and Justice Jessop planned and hosted the 10th annual Spring Fundraiser held at the Lyman Gym in Presho Friday May 3. The meal, catered by Jet Lanes Bowling Alley, was served by past grant recipients, the Presho Fire Department to around 100 guests who also enjoyed musical entertainment by Mogen’s Heroes Band. Other performers included Jim Woster, Terry Woster, Crystal Brakke and members of the Lyman High School choir. Board members not pictured include Herb Sundall, Janet Schindler and Layne Larson.
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