One seat filled, one seat still open on Edgemont City Council

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By Brett Nachtigall

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EDGEMONT – The Edgemont City Council unanimously appointed and then administered the oath of office to longtime resident Roger Horton at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16, for him to fill the Ward III seat which was recently vacated by Sandra Woodward. 

Horton has lived in Edgemont since 1992 and has been a retired engineer with the BNSF railroad since 2009. He currently helps deliver newspapers in the area for the Rapid City Journal and Hot Springs...

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Domestic Violence Awareness Walk/Vigil held in Hot Springs

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – Every 8 seconds, a woman is beaten by someone who says he loves her. Every 2 hours, a woman is killed by someone who says he loves her.

Those are the words written across the top of a poster that was circulated recently around the area in recognition of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

In addition, last Thursday evening, Oct. 18, a few local women organized a Walk Against Violence in downtown Hot Springs, followed by a Candlelight...

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Edgemont’s downtown flower beds getting some TLC from local resident

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By Brett Nachtigall

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EDGEMONT – Edgemont’s downtown flower pods, located on and near the corner of Mogul Way and 2nd Street, are receiving some love and attention by one of the town’s “Green Thumbs,” Marge Schaller.

Schaller is known for her gardening skills through the work she displays at her home on F & 9th Streets, and was “talked into” sharing her talents by volunteering to clean up the three city-owned flower beds along Edgemont’s Main Street recently. 

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Oelrichs Tigers Homecoming...

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The Oelrichs School student body last week chose Florin Cross Dog as their Homecoming King and Emarie Hughson as their Homecoming Queen. Following coronation, the two reigned over the festivities last week which will included Class Color Day, Decade Day, Pajama Day and Jersey Day, as well as a pair of home volleyball games versus Sioux County, Neb., and Takini. The Lady Tigers split the homestand, defeating Takini 3-0 but narrowly falling to Sioux County 3-2.

Hydrothermal Greenhouse project receives USDA Grant

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By Brett Nachtigall

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PROVO – A local agricultural effort being coordinated by the Southern Hills Economic Development Corporation (SHEDCO) received a big financial boost recently after it was announced that they had received a federal grant totaling $42,485, which will help build a small-scale prototype hydrothermal greenhouse on private property in southwestern Fall River County.

The funds coming into the area represent a small portion of $102.7 million in grants that the U.S...

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