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Preschool and Kindergarten Screening

The Edgemont School will be conducting preschool and kindergarten screenings. 

Children between the ages of 3 and 5 may come in for the preschool screening. Kindergarten screening will be held for children who will be five years old by September 1, 2017.  These screenings will be held Wednesday, May 3rd in the school gym.  The school staff will look at your child’s skill development and give you information of developmental milestones and activities to do with your child; this...

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Judge Neil Gorsuch Will be an Excellent Supreme Court Justice

By Senator Mike Rounds

Throughout his career, Judge Neil Gorsuch has proven time and again that he is exceptionally qualified to be a Supreme Court justice. His long history of defending the Constitution and applying the law as it was written demonstrate that he has the aptitude for this lifetime appointment. His resume is second to none: after attending Columbia, Harvard and Oxford, Gorsuch clerked for Supreme Court Justices Byron White and Anthony Kennedy before working for the Department of...

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Real Estate Transfers

Here are the second half of March 2017 Real Estate Transfers for Fall River County.  All addresses in South Dakota unless otherwise stated.

Frank Roger Schroth, Buffalo Gap to Grantee William J. Christianson, Jolie D. Christianson, Hot Springs; Schroth Tract in Sec. 14, Twp. 7, Rng. 5, containing that pt of SW4NW4 lying south of Rimrock and less Tract 1. 

Robert E. Shuttlesworth, Bonnie J. Shuttlesworth, Hot Springs to Grantee Roy  Merdanian III, Katherine Merdanian, Oelrichs...

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County Commissioners Rescind Weapons in the Courthouse Decision

By John D. Taylor

HOT SPRINGS – Fall River County commissioners rescinded their March 21 decision -- to set aside a state statute that prohibits weapons in the county courthouse, so those who wanted to, could carry weapons in the courthouse, to feel more secure – at their April 4 meeting.

After much public hue and cry about this issue and two days of court hearings being shut down because court officials were concerned about safety, the commissioners backed off their original decision.


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POPS Concert, Honor Program, National Honor Society

On the night of March 28 the Edgemont School held their annual POPS Concert and inducted multiple students into the Junior Honors Program and the National Honor Society.

Members of the National Honor Society: Jessica Tubs, Wad Printz, Avery Van Eaton.

Inductees of the National Honor Society: Kaleb Darrow, Chance Grill, Maddie Peterson, Callie Printz, Dalton Reutter, Abigail Tidball.

Members of the Junior Honors Program: Sarah Barker, Taylor Grill, Elli Hollenbeck, Cadence Hyatt, Tres...

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Jewels from Janet

by Janet Koller


Crispy Cinnamon Crunches 

1 ¾ cup Flour

½ tsp.  Cinnamon

2/3 cup Shortening

1 cup Sugar

1 Egg

1/3 cup Milk

¼ tsp. Vanilla

1 Tbsp. Water

1/3 cup Sugar

½ tsp. Cinnamon

1/3 cup Chopped Nuts

Sift together...

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