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Hot Springs woman helps raise funds for elderly meals

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – Now an employee of First Interstate Bank, Theresa Gossel of Hot Springs previously worked at a local grocery store as a clerk. 

She liked her job and enjoyed seeing friends and community members coming into the store on a regular basis. But one thing that always bothered her terribly was seeing some of her elderly customers coming in who, for a variety of reasons, were so poverty-stricken or incapable of preparing full meals for themselves...

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Hot Springs Schools approve new boiler system

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Board meets for more than 3 hours in executive session

By Brett Nachtigall

HOT SPRINGS – Hot Springs School Board approved a motion to accept the low bid of $195,672 from Rasmussen Mechanical Services of Rapid City for the purchase of a new boiler system to provide heat for four of its buildings at its regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 8.

The new boiler will replace the existing system located inside the school’s shop building which has been in service since 1964. According to the school’s...

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Edgemont Ambulance Service hosts open house for new shed

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By Amber Schumacher / Office Manager/Reporter

EDGEMONT - The Edgemont Ambulance Service (EAS), a committee set up in 1978, was able to show off their Christmas present this year -- a brand new ambulance shed, during their open house on Saturday, Jan 6. 

According to a previously published story, the city of Edgemont had taken over the Edgemont Ambulance Service in 1970, making an agreement with the County and Fire Department that would allow them to receive funds...

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Hot Springs Schools needing to cut $422,670

Administration, Board currently scrutinizing how to reach 2018-19 budget goal


By Brett Nachtigall / Publisher

HOT SPRINGS – Just prior to leaving for Christmas break last month, faculty and staff of the Hot Springs School District were given more details in their school’s financial situation – and it wasn’t good news.

In a series of separate meetings with elementary, middle school and high school personnel on Dec. 12-14, Superintendent Kevin Coles and Business Manager Deb Ollerich...

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City of Hot Springs presents first Miser Award, unanimously selects Herald as official newspaper

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A state law however may force municipality to remain with Star

By Cathy Nelson

HOT SPRINGS – “If it’s not in the budget, we’re not going to spend it,” said Jason Happe, when he received the first annual Miser Award from Mayor George Kotti at the Hot Springs Common Council meeting on January 2. Happe is the manager at the Southern Hills Golf Course.

Kotti said the city staff is working to save money, and the individual that stood out is Jason Happe. “We want to relay to the citizens of Hot...

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