New Dollar General to open by Edgemont next month

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Brett Nachtigall/Fall River County Herald

Progress is moving swiftly on the new Dollar General building, located along Hwy 18 across the highway from the Yesway Convenience Store in Edgemont.

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By Brett Nachtigall

Publisher

EDGEMONT – The new Dollar General store, currently under construction just outside of Edgemont, is planning to be open around October 31, 2019, according to Jesse Stockley, a senior project manager with the Tula, Oklahoma-based development company...

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City of Hot Springs working to resolve ordinance issue involving local business

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Burnouts Pizza owners Shawn and Ashley Miller pose for a photo last summer in front of their mobile kitchen, shortly after opening for business in Hot Springs on a lot they have been renting for the past 14 months near Kidney Springs. The Millers are currently awaiting a decision by the City of Hot Springs determining if they are considered a ‘permanent business’ or a ‘transient merchant’ which would require a $100 per month license...

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Seventy-year-old runner conquers 109 miles for charity

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Rhea Falig/Fall River County Herald

Schneider who joked about being the Cheerleader Advisor in Edgemont more than 40 years ago had the Edgemont Cheerleaders lead the student body in the Mogul Pride during an assembly this past Monday, Sept. 9.

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By Rhea Falig 

Staff Writer 

EDGEMONT— Jim Schneider, who began his 41-year teaching career at Edgemont School from 1973 to 1975, completed his goal of running 109 miles through the Black Hills to raise money for...

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Old Cronies ride into Hot Springs

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Photo by Karen Yekel/Fall River County Herald

Residents, staff, local riders, & more gathered in front of the State Veterans Home to welcome the Old Cronies Motorcycle Enthusiast riders from Aberdeen.

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By Karen Yekel

HOT SPRINGS – Back in 2015, Brett Schaible of Leola, S.D., decided to put together a new motorcycle enthusiast riding group, out of Aberdeen. The “Old Cronies” ride as a group in countless fundraising runs and rides for charitable causes. “This is not a...

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Hometown hero, Jeremy Henderson, speaks at Edgemont City Library

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Retired Army Sergeant First Class, Jeremy Henderson speaks at the Edgemont library on July 30 about George Bush’s book “Portraits of Courage,” in which he is featured.

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By Rhea Falig 

Staff Writer 

EDGEMONT— This summer, Edgemont had the privilege of hearing from retired Army Sergeant First Class, Jeremy Henderson, who was severely injured during his second deployment to Iraq and part of George Bush’s book Portraits of Courage – a...

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Helping Hams

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Phil Knapp, on the left, and Tom Embree, operate an amateur radio station during a recent Field Day.

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Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club, serving area for 66 years, is in search of new home

By Peggy Sanders

HOT SPRINGS –...

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