GF&P officials hear concerns of area at Edgemont meeting

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By Brett Nachtigall

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EDGEMONT – About three dozen people attended a two-hour question and answer session with South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks personnel in Edgemont on Thursday, Aug. 1, where a wide range of topics were covered – from the recent changes to the deer hunting application process, to Chronic Wasting Disease, to the ongoing issues that elk are causing ranchers in the Minnekahta Valley area of Fall River County.

The meeting was kicked off by District 30 Senator Lance...

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Great turnout for EHS 50th Reunion

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Edgemont High School Class of 1969 alumni who attended this past weekend’s 50th Class Reunion in Edgemont included, front row: Alvin Bayer, Carol VandeBossche Hirsch, Teena Eberle Lynn, Laurel Erickson Hunter, Judy Speck, Shelley Tubbs O’Connor, Kay Michaels McCauley, and Earleene Burnison Kellogg. Middle Row: Vicki Van Loan Bantam, LaDonna Caylor Terrell, Linda Branum Eggebraaten, Marie Miller Andersen, Sandi Davis Meisenheimer, Linda Ettle Beiriger, Ellen Schutt Simons, Niki...

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Children’s Western Wish Foundation to honor Lukas Rhoe at county fair

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Lukas Rhoe, age 10, who suffers from non-verbal cerebral palsy, is the son of Anthony and Kellie Rhoe.

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – For the past few years, the Children’s Western Wish Foundation has been a part of the Fall River County Fair in Edgemont by helping to make the dreams come true of a local child. 

The organization’s mission is to share the blessing of our western heritage with individuals and their immediate family who are...

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Clay Schnose, 17, laid to rest on July 27

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – Placed inside the memorial folder at the funeral for 17-year-old Clay Schnose, this past Saturday, July 27, was a blank piece of paper.

Officiant Justin Trent, a longtime and close friend of the Schnose family, told the more than 500 people in attendance at Hot Springs High School’s Bison Center that the paper was for them to write their favorite memory of Clay on, and then leave it for the family as they exited the gymnasium at the conclusion of...

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Local church gives free backpacks, school supplies and haircuts to Edgemont students

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Herma Redetzke (left) and Jill Kruetzer (right) of Bethel Church serving food and drinks at Back To School Fest.

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EDGEMONT— On Saturday, July 27, Bethel Church of Edgemont hosted its third annual Back To School Fest. Many people from the community showed up for the event making it the most well attended event in the church’s history. Students and families, from all different walks of life were able to “shop” for the upcoming school year.

Students were able to pick out their...

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