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Discussion was held on Fire Department Budget Request at Council Meeting

By Aaron Eberle
On Tuesday, August 16, at 7 p.m. Edgemont’s City Council held a regular meeting at City Hall.
At the previous meeting in August, different entities submitted forms to make their budget requests to the City. At the time the Fire Department had submitted a request for $75,000, when in the past, they had received $13,000.
At the current meeting, discussion was held about the reasons behind an increase in the Fire Department’s request.
One of the reasons behind the request was new...

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Powertech wants to liability release on 91 bore holes County to comment on this to DENR

By John D. Taylor
HOT SPRINGS – Powertech, Inc., a subsidiary of Azarga Uranium Corp., the uranium mining company that has been working to develop in-situ uranium mining in Edgemont since 2006, wants to be released from liability for more than 90 plugged bore holes spread across the Dewey-Burdock uranium mining area in northwestern Fall River and southwestern Custer counties.
Powertech asked the state Department of Environment and Natural Resources’s (DENR) Board of Minerals and Environment (BME)...

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Telephone Scams

Some phone scams have been going around Edgemont lately.
One in particular is a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The number they are using is 518-875-4400.
Another one is from a so called church organization. They want you to send donations, but when trying to call the number back later, you find that this “church” does not exist.
Please be very careful to not give an information and skeptical of numbers that you may not recognize.
If you know someone who may fall victim to something...

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SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2016 - 2017

Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade
Ms. Koller & Mrs. Brown
1 package of #2 plain wooden pencils (No pens or special pencils)
2 boxes of 24 count crayons
3 glue sticks
2 pink erasers
1 two pocket folder – preferably plastic
A half inch 3-ring binder
1 pair of scissors
2 boxes of Kleenex
Headphones to use with computers
Optional Supplies for classroom
A reusable water bottle
Colored pencils
Disinfectant Wipes
Hand Sanitizer
Paper Towels
Ziploc Sandwich bags
Ziploc Gallon bags
Ziploc Snack bags
3rd grade
Mrs...

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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...

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