NewsApril 20 2016

29th annual Band Dinners

Posted by Lucy

Members of the Lyman High School band and other volunteers from middle school and the high school choir presented the annual Band Dinners to two sold out crowds Friday and Saturday night at the gym in Kennebec. Pictured is Conrad Mohr Eymer, Korder Cropsey and Tyler Lebeda, dressed as Elvis impersonators, sang (Hunk of) Burning Love. More photos on page 6 in this weeks Lyman County Herald.

NewsApril 20 2016

Candidate forum to be held in Presho

Posted by Lucy

The Lyman County Republicans will host candidate forum in Presho Thursday, April 21 st that will include the six Republicans running for the Lyman County Commission.
The six candidates, in the order they will appear on the Primary Election ballot, include Bill Lengkeek, Leroy Choal, Lance Mortenson, Brian Kraus, Gary Diehm, and Carol Ehlers.
The two candidates that receive the most votes in the June 7, 2016 Primary Election will be placed on the ballot and run against Independent candidate Brent Schoulte at the General Election November 8, 2016.
At this date no other Independents have filed a nominating petition for county commission.
The public is invited to attend the public forum at the Presho Fire Hall at 7:00 p.m. Thursday. Herb Sundall of Kennebec will be the moderator and ask the candidates for their response to four prepared questions within a two minute time frame.  Members of the audience will also have an opportunity to ask questions prior to the candidates closing statements.
All interested parties are invited to attend. 

NewsApril 20 2016

Presho to test fire siren April 26

Posted by Lucy

Severe Weather Awareness Week is April 25- 29.
The Presho fire department will test the severe weather alert siren in Presho on Tuesday, April 26.
On Tuesday, April 26 at 1:30 p.m. A simulated tornado warning will sound.  At 1:40 p.m. The regular fire siren will sound to allow residents to recognize the difference between the two alarms.
The tornado warning siren is a steady, continuous ring for 3-minutes. 
The fire alarm siren also goes for 3-minutes but produces an up and down ring tone.

NewsApril 13 2016

Unofficial City Election Results for Presho and Kennebec

Posted by Lucy

In the Presho City Council race in Ward II, for a one-year term, Colby Brakke received the most votes at 40, while Susan Thomas received 12 votes. In Ward III, incumbent Angela Ehlers received the majority of the votes with 26, followed by Lance Comp with 24 and Robert Christensen with 3. The Ward II position is for a 2-year term. At Kennebec, Jared Schelske garnered the majority of the vote with 56 while Debra Halverson had 36. The votes will need to be canvased and made official before the successful candidates take office in May.
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