Bethesda Lutheran Church to celebrate 100th anniversary

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Photo Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald

A bed of daisies, growing in front of the bell tower at Bethesda Lutheran Church in Hot Springs, blows in the wind under a sun-drenched blue sky this past Monday afternoon. The church will host a centennial celebration next weekend on Saturday and Sunday, July 6-7.

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By Cathy Nelson

HOT SPRINGS – The first congregational meeting of the Bethesda Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hot Springs was held in a newly-built church on...

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Familiar face is at the Edgemont Library

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Photo Rhea Falig/Fall River County Herald

New Librarian Stacie Harter joined the Edgemont Library on May 8, replacing previous Librarian Sam Miller who is now the librarian for the Edgemont School District.

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By Rhea Falig 

Staff Writer 

EDGEMONT— New Edgemont City Librarian Stacie Harter is no stranger to Edgemont or to the Public Library. Harter has lived in the community since 2004 and books have been her passion for as long as she can remember. She has...

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Rustic and refined at Cabin Fever in Hot Springs

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Photo by Karen Yekel/Fall River County Herald

Karen Romey, left and Liz Goodrick-Dillon display some of their unique designs at Hot Springs’ newest retail establishment, Cabin Fever, at 108 South Chicago Street in Hot Springs.

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By Karen Yekel

HOT SPRINGS-A quaint, unique retail shop named Cabin Fever recently opened in the Sandstar Building in Hot Springs. The brainchild of owners Liz Goodrick-Dillon and Karen Romey, both from Hot Springs, Cabin Fever takes one...

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Courthouse employees allowed to carry weapons at work

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Cathy Nelson/Fall River County Herald

Seventh Circuit Court Judge Craig Pfeifle, far right, presented his opinion about employees carrying weapons in the courthouse during the county commissioners’ meeting on Tuesday, June 18. On the far left is Commissioner Paul Nabholz, who had invited the judge to appear and presented the motion to carry. Next to him is Commissioner Deb Russell, Commissioner Joe Falkenburg, and county Auditor Sue Gange.

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43rd Main Street Arts and Crafts Festival promises to be one of the biggest

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Patrons of last year’s Main Street Arts & Crafts Festival gather in Centennial Park in downtown Hot Springs.

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HOT SPRINGS – This week’s 43rd Annual Main Street Arts & Crafts Festival in Hot Springs’ downtown Centennial Park is on pace to be one of the largest festivals ever, with over 57 exhibitors, as well as a special guest appearance from Hot Springs’ own Miss South Dakota, Amber Hulse, performing on Saturday and...

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Beautification with a Purpose

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Photo by Rhea Falig/Fall River County Herald

Katie Brunson, seated on right, works with other volunteers as they plant fruit trees on property located in downtown Edgemont, next to Nuts & Bolts Fabrics.

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