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Southern Hills Cattlewomen nominated Brenda Schnose

The Southern Hills Cattlewomen have nominated Brenda Schnose, of Oelrichs, as its Prime Beef Supporter for 2016. Brenda has been in the business of managing restaurants in Fall River County for over 28 years. She started her career in the restaurant business in 1987, cooking on Friday and Saturday nights for a local restaurant owner.
Brenda grew up on a family ranch and attended school in Fall River County. After high school graduation, she attended Chadron Sate College and obtained a degree in...

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Edgemont owes Fall River County more than $86,000 in Unpaid Fees

By Brett Nachtigall
HOT SPRINGS – Fall River County’s agreement to provide law enforcement for the City of Edgemont was once again a topic of discussion during the latter half of the regular County Commission meeting held on Tuesday, Nov. 22, when it was pointed out by Auditor Sue Ganje that the county has not received a payment from Edgemont for those services since March 2016.
The current agreement, which has been in effect since November 2013 and is currently up for renewal, calls for monthly...

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More discussion about Law Enforcement was held at Council Meeting

By Aaron Eberle
On Tuesday, November 15 at 7 p.m., Edgemont’s city council met. Law Enforcement was late to the meeting, so no report was given.
Animal Control Officer, Dustin Aldrich, stated that he has trapped four skunks and five raccoons. Aldrich also stated that he has taken two abandoned dogs to the Vet Clinic and disposed a dead deer in the campground.
George West spoke for the law enforcement committee. West said that they have to cross a few t’s and dot the i’s on the contract with the...

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County appoints new deputy state’s attorney Edgemont supports sheriff’s work there

By John D. Taylor
HOT SPRINGS - Fall River County has a new Deputy State’s Atorney: Brian Aherndt.
Aherndt was ensconced as the new deputy state’s attorney following State’s Attorney Jim Sword’s firing of former Deputy State’s Attorney Patrick Ginsbach on Nov. 7.
According to Ginsbach, Sword believed Ginsbach didn’t like how the state’s attorney office was being run, since Ginsbach was Sword’s challenger in the recent election.
Republican Sword won 1,963 votes, or 58.7 percent of the total Fall...

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2016 Election Results

South Dakota Election Results:
Presidential Race:
Donald J. Trump, Republican, 227,701 votes
Hillary Clinton, Democrat, 117,442 votes
Gary Johnson, Libertarian, 20,845 votes
Darrell L. Castle, Constitution, 4,059 votes
United States Senator:
John R. Thune, Republican, 265,494 votes
Jay Williams, Democrat, 104,125 votes
United States Representative:
Kristi Noem, Repbulican, 237,141 votes
Paula Hawks, Democrat, 132,792 votes
Public Utilities Commissioner:
Chris Nelson, Republican, 268,927 votes
Henry Red...

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Social Media and Cell Phones

By Aaron Eberle
On Tuesday, October 25, Brent Gomer gave a presentation at the school on social media and cell phones. This was open to the public and started at 5:30 p.m.
Gomer works for the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) for the state of...

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County Could Get Tough on Back Taxes Commissioners Also Look at Edgemont Law, Fire, Emergency Plans and Building in a Flood Plain

By John D. Taylor
HOT SPRINGS – Fall River County is looking into getting tough with people who owe money on back taxes.
The county commissioners heard from two collection agencies the county may use to collect on liens generated from back tax bills...

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