November 01 2005

[b]LC Ducks Unlimited Chapter observes 25th Anniversary [/b]

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

The local Ducks Unlimited Chapter was established in Lyman County 25 years ago.

Over the last 25 years Ducks Unlimited projects have helped wetlands flourish and assisted with maintaining wildlife across the county. The two major wetland projects completed in the past 25 years by the local chapter with assistance from the National DU organization include the restoration of the County Line dam located near the Stanley County line and the Comp dam southwest of Presho. In addition many smaller wetland projects have been funded through the local chapter. The annual Ducks Unlimited banquet and auction is the local chapters major fund raising event.

This years banquet will be held Wednesday, November 9th at Hutchs Lounge. The social hour starts at 6:00 pm with the banquet to follow at 7:00 pm.



November 01 2005

[b]Obituaries[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Benjamin Benny R. Husman, 77
Benjamin Benny R. Husman, age 77, of Mitchell, South Dakota died Thursday, October 27, 2005 at his residence under hospice care. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 1, 2005 at Harvest Community Church of the Nazarene, Mitchell. Burial, with military rites, followed at the American Legion Cemetery, Mitchell.

Josephine Byre, 82
Funeral services for Josephine Byre, 82, of Oacoma will be Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at 1:30 PM at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Chamberlain with burial in the Graceland Cemetery at Oacoma. Visitation will be Tuesday, November 1 from 1 to 8 PM at the Hickey- Wevik Funeral Chapel in Chamberlain.

October 25 2005

Posted by Nicole
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The Stanley-Jones Memorial Clinic, located on Main Street in Presho, will join Rural Health Care, Inc. effective November 1st.

October 25 2005

[b]Stanley/Jones Memorial Clinic joins Rural Health Care, Inc[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Beginning November 1, 2005, the Stanley/Jones Memorial Clinic in Presho will become part of Rural Health Care, Inc., to better serve the residents of Presho and the surrounding area.
Rural Health Care, Inc., is funded in part by federal funds through grants awarded by the Bureau of Primary Health Care says Rita Wagner, CEO of Rural Health Care, Inc. We have clinics in Gettysburg, Onida, Murdo, Highmore and now Presho.

We have board members from each of the communities we represent, which meet monthly and provide the direction, policies and oversight for Rural Health Care, Inc., added Wagner. The newly elected representatives for the Stanley/Jones Clinic are Steve Hayes, Tami McClanahan, and Doug Eppard. Steve Hayes was just elected as Treasurer of Rural Health Care, Inc.
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