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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HOT SPRINGS – Fall River County commissioners rescinded their March 21 decision -- to set aside a state statute that prohibits weapons in the county courthouse, so those who wanted to, could carry weapons in the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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Meeting the Needs of Our Ambulance Service

Members of the Edgemont Community and Surrounding Area:

We are writing this letter to update all of you on our decision to construct a new ambulance building in Edgemont. We have awarded the bid and, in fact, the building is currently underway.  We are excited to be moving ahead with this project in our community as our old building was in serious need of alterations and repairs to continue to meet the needs of our ambulance service. 

As most of you are aware, our volunteer...

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Slices of Life: Not to be negative but...

By Jill Pertler

Most of us like to think of ourselves as glass-half-full types of people. Positive and optimistic and all that. I try to be positive. Except in one key area where I have no choice or voice. I blame my parents for my negativity. They both contributed equally to a situation I couldn’t change if I tried. To be fair, neither could they. You might say it’s in my blood. Literally. I am one of the 10 to 15 percent of the population whose blood is negative (versus...

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NOAA Looking For Local Volunteer

By Kara Cormier

Since the Spring of 2012, Brent and Karen White have been recording and reporting Edgemont City’s weather to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) at the U.S. Department of Commerce. 

The Whites took over reporting the weather from previous recorder, Bill Curran who had held the position for several years. In conversations with Curran the Whites learned that the station was in need of a new home, closer to the inside of Edgemont to gain a more accurate...

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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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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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