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New Street Signs,Possibility of School Track addressed by City

By Kara Cormier

The Edgemont City Council meeting held March 7, was led by Mayor Carl A Shaw with council members present including William Kreutzer, Paul Nelsen, Carla Schepler, Barbara Strozewski, George West and Sandra Woodward.

Sheriff Steve Yenulonis informed the council that there have been 2 community events, 3 juvenile issues, 3 follow ups, 1 school function, 1 theft, 1 welfare check, 2 911 hang-ups, 1 warrant, 1 traffic complaint, 1 non injury accident, 1 motorist assist, 6 traffic...

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Cormier Takes Over Putting Out The Tribune

My name is Kara Cormier (Cor-Me-A), and I am the new manager at the Edgemont Herald Tribune. 

I have a small background in journalism but more importantly feel that I have a passion for this field of work. I also feel that my previous work related experiences have equipped me for this position and I’m prepared to give my best effort. I enjoy photography, writing, interacting with the community, and covering the latest stories. 

I was born in Sulphur, La., and have also lived in...

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Edgemont Students more than Fair at Science

The Junior High Science Fair had many outstanding exhibits. The Sceince Fair took place on February 21 at the Edgemont School. 

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Edgemont Children’s Center Quilt Raffle

By Amy Stokes

Edgemont Children’s Center is conducting a Quilt Raffle through the month of March. The quilt was designed, stitched, and donated by Kathy Corbett. The patchwork design is queen sized in shades of blue and lime green. 

Tickets are on sale for $2.00 each or three tickets for $5.00 and can be purchased by any ECC parent or teacher, Amy Stokes and Amanda Allen. 

The quilt will be on display locally in the next several weeks at the Children’s Center. Proceeds from the...

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DENR to Host 29th Annual Environmental and Ground Water Quality Conference

 PIERRE, S.D. – The 29th Annual South Dakota Environmental and Ground Water Quality Conference will be held March 8-9 at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Pierre.

 The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) hosts the conference, which will consist of exhibits by vendors and technical presentations by presenters from as far away as Vancouver, Wash., that will cover new and cutting-edge technology developments related to the environment, ground water, geology...

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Aaron’s Reflections

By the time you are reading this, I will have started another job. I have taken a position at the Fall River County Auditor’s Office. This was an offer that I could not refuse.
Don’t panic! The door’s of the Edgemont Herald-Tribune will not close...

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4-H Fruit Sales

The Fall River County 4-H Members are having their annual spring 4-H fruit sale through February 21, 2017.
The 4-H fruit sale is one of the fundraisers the 4-Her’s do each year to help support Fall River 4-H programs and 4-Her’s. This fundraiser...

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Tragic Accident in Edgemont

On Jan. 17, BNSF Railway employees Gang Foreman Richard Lessert and Motor Vehicle Operator Douglas Schmitz were struck by a train and fatally injured in Edgemont.
This is a tragic incident, and the entire BNSF family extends its deepest sympathy to...

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