Sale of Dale’s Family Restaurant marks the end of an era

  • Category: News

Wedekind’s had owned and operated for more than 18 years

 

By Karen Yekel

HOT SPRINGS -- If you’ve patronized Dale’s Family Restaurant in Hot Springs recently, you probably noticed there are no more purses, scarves, t-shirts, and other assorted tchotchkes hanging around. In fact, the establishment looks rather different inside, as Dale and Cindy Wedekind have sold the business and relocated the aforementioned sundry products a couple of doors down in Dale’s Trading Post. All that...

Read more: Sale of Dale’s Family Restaurant marks the end of an era

‘Bulldoze, Build and Beautify’ grant opportunity presented to the Edgemont City Council

  • Category: News

By Amber Schumacher 

Staff Reporter

EDGEMONT - The city council meeting held last week on Tuesday, July 17, had a full agenda for the evening. The items on the agenda brought forth public comment and presentations from community residents, AE2S Operations Manager Dustin Dale and SHEDCO director Andrea Powers. 

Based on the council and audience’s reaction, perhaps the most exciting and well-received presentation of the evening was from SHEDCO director Andrea Powers who presented...

Read more: ‘Bulldoze, Build and Beautify’ grant opportunity presented to the Edgemont City Council

City asks Prairie Hills Transit to clarify its financial operations

  • Category: News
Prairie Hills meeting cmy

By Cathy Nelson

HOT SPRINGS - A public meeting meant to clear the air of misunderstandings and to allow open discussion of Prairie Hills Transit’s financial needs brought 35 people together at the American Legion on Tuesday evening, July 17. Prairie Hills Transit Executive Director Barb Cline responded to questions from the audience and gave a little history of the nonprofit transit system.

“Our job is getting everybody where they need to go safely and securely,” Cline said. “We never turn...

Read more: City asks Prairie Hills Transit to clarify its financial operations

Wishes Delivered: Children’s Western Wish Foundation helps all ages

  • Category: News

By Peggy Sanders

HOT SPRINGS -- The Children’s Western Wish Foundation (CWWF), as the name suggests, surprises recipients by honoring them, often at rodeos. Their mission statements reads, “We are all Children of God” allowing them to select adults or children as recipients. Those who have received include cancer survivors and patients, veterans with severe PTSD, disabled or injured individuals. 

A native of Edgemont, Glee Nett, who now hangs her hat in the Hot Springs area, is the...

Read more: Wishes Delivered: Children’s Western Wish Foundation helps all ages

Water pressure issues affect town’s water usage

  • Category: News

By Amber Schumacher

Staff Reporter

EDGEMONT- Due to ongoing issues with water pressure and the absence of a water pressure reducer in the new water treatment plant, Edgemont experienced very low water levels last week. 

On Wednesday, July 11, city officials placed announcements on the windows of local area businesses so that residents might see their plea for reduced water usage. According to city employee Karen Cain, the water tower had dropped to only five feet deep as of Wednesday...

Read more: Water pressure issues affect town’s water usage

Fall River County Herald

EDGEMONT OFFICE: PO Box 660 Edgemont, SD  57735-0660   |   605.662.7201
HOT SPRINGS OFFICE: 334 S. Chicago St. Hot Springs, SD 57747 | 605.745.3930
Send news to: 
news.frcherald@gmail.com Send Ad requests to: ads.frcherald@gmail.com