January 11 2006

[b]Three-time Champion Raiders travel to Jones Co. Invitational to defend title[/b]

Posted by Nicole
The Lyman Raiders will play the first game of the night session of the 38th annual Jones Co. Invitational against the Stanley Co. Buffaloes Thursday, Jan. 12.

Tournament play starts at 1 PM Thursday afternoon when White River and Kadoka tip off. Philip and Midland follow at 2:30. Lyman and Stanley Co. hit the court at 6:30 PM followed by Bennett Co. and host team Jones Co. at 8 PM.

Play will continue on Friday and Saturday. Twelve games will be played over the 3-day tournament. Doors open 45 minutes before the start of each session.

January 11 2006


Posted by Nicole
Marie Arnoldy, 79
Funeral services for Marie Arnoldy, 79, of Kennebec, SD were held Wednesday, January 11, 2006 at 10:30 AM at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Kennebec with burial in the St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery at Kennebec.
A scripture service was held Tuesday evening at St. Michaels Catholic Church.
Marie passed away on January 9, 2006 under the care of Sioux Valley Hospice at Mid Dakota Long Term Care in Chamberlain.

Frank Leichtnam, 87
Frank Leichtnam, 87 of Presho, died Thursday, January 5, 2006 at St. Marys TCU.
Funeral services were held Monday, January 9 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Presho with burial at the Holy Angels Cemetery.

Elmer W. Schwieder, 80
Elmer W. Schwieder, 80, of Ames, Iowa died Sunday, December 25th 2005 at Story County Long Term Care after a long illness.
A memorial service was held December 28th, at Collegiate United Methodist Church in Ames.

Marie Kotz, 92
Marie Kotz, 92, Presho died Monday, November 21, 2005 at New Life Boarding House in Presho.
Funeral services were held Friday, November 25 at Christ the King Catholic Church in Presho with Burial held at the Holy Angels Cemetery.

January 04 2006

Posted by Nicole

Lyman Co. Treasurer Carol Sundall with new South Dakota vehicle license plates.

January 04 2006

[b]New License Plates available Jan. 3rd[/b]

Posted by Nicole
(PIERRE, SD) As of Tuesday South Dakotas most famous faces will once again take center stage on the states vehicle license plates.
January 3rd marked the official start of the states license plate reissue. The newly designed plate, chosen in July of this year by Gov. Mike Rounds from among six designs, features a full-color version of Mount Rushmore as its focal point with the slogan Great Faces, Great Places across the bottom of the plate.

The new design replaces the red, white and blue license plates that were issued beginning in 2000. State law requires new license plates to be issued every five years; the 2000 plates were issued a year ahead of schedule and were intended for use until 2006.

The new license plates will be issued to vehicle owners during their regular license plate renewal period throughout 2006. Vehicle owners whose last names begin with A or B will receive their new plates in January. Due to production issues, organizational plates featuring the same color scheme with a smaller image of Mount Rushmore and the Great Faces slogan, may not be available for issue until Feb. 1.
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