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Short meeting held by City Council

By Aaron Eberle
On Tuesday, July 19, Edgemont’s City Council met at 7 p.m.
Deputy Josh Buckwheat gave the Law Enforcement Report. It was noted that when sheriff Bob Evans was in Edgemont serving papers, it did not count towards the time that the sheriff’s office has contracted with the City.
Buckwheat also noted that they were a little short on the hours the week before the fire in Edgemont. They had planned to finish up the allotted hours on the Saturday the fire started, but had to help with...

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Council hold regular meeting

By Aaron Eberle
Edgemont’s City Council met on Tuesday, July 12 at 7 p.m.
No one from the Fall River County Sheriff’s office was there to give a law enforcement report. Mayor Carl Shaw asked Councilwoman Barb Strozewski if she had anything that she may be able to add to this portion of the meeting. Strozewski stated that she had stepped down as the law enforcement committee chair and that councilman George West would be the new chair. Shaw recommended that if anyone had questions about the law...

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Laramie County Community College announces Spring 2016 Graduates and Honor Roll

Laramie County Community College is proud to announce those students earning a place on the president’s and vice president’s honor rolls and the list of graduates for the spring semester of the 2016 academic school year.
Chance Englebert, of Burdock, received two associate of applied science degrees. One of those degrees is in diesel, while the other was in welding.
Englebert is the son of Dawn and Everett Englebert, and a 2012 graduate of Edgemont High School.

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Plan for Old Black Hills Depot worries Some Residents

By James Nord, Associated Press
IGLOO, S.D. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is installing barbed-wire fence to close off part of a defunct military depot near Edgemont, but some area residents say the move will prove ineffective at stopping potential danger from lingering explosives and toxic contamination at the remote site.
The agency hopes by the end of the year to extend a fence to fully enclose a 904-acre portion of the Black Hills Army Depot, citing potential explosive hazards. The...

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City council receives feedback at meeting

By Aaron Eberle
On Tuesday, June 21, the Edgemont City Council held a regular meeting.
Deputy Josh Buckwheat gave the law enforcement report. Councilwoman Sandra Woodward wondered if Buckwheat could break down the juvenile issues more. Buckwheat could not because it involved children. Councilwoman Strozewski asked how things were coming with the vandalism in the park. Sheriff Bob Evans stated that all reports were done and with state’s attorney Jim Sword. Evans also stated that he was trying to...

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Bikes were given to local kids

By Roger Horton
Each year before the Shrine Circus comes to Rapid City, local Shriners sell advance tickets to individuals and businesses. Most of the sold tickets are given back to the Shriners to be distributed to kids through the Edgemont Library...

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