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• WHAT A
CALAMITY
PG. 2
• SPARTANS
TAKE 2ND
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Vol. 134
PG. 26
#263
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Jared Capp, right, enjoys French fries from
Shoot the Bull Steakhouse cooked by head chef
Jeremy Keller. Capp uses the used vegetable oil,
mainly from the local steakhouse, to power his
pickup. Pioneer photo by Mark Watson
Cooper wins Whitewood
Ward 2 council election
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Spearfish to look into
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER LOCAL SCENE
Page 2
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Lawrence County passes CAFO ordinance
BY KE[IN NORTON
Black Hills Pioneer
DEADWOOD — A contentious twoyear debate over a Concentrated Animal
Feeding Operations ordinance came to a
close on Tuesday morning when the
Lawrence County Commissioners
approved regulations.
The Lawrence County commissioners
voted 3-2 to approve the measure, with
chairwoman Connie Douglas and commissioner Daryl Johnson dissenting.
“We're dealing with two sides that don't
want to move,” Douglas said. “There doesn't seem to be a lot of room for compromise. It's been a family business for a long
time in agriculture and they don't want regulations.”
The bill was designed to safeguard water
and environmental standards for new
ranching operations.
The final bill was passed, but commissioners are not done discussing it as with
Commissioner Bob Ewing recommended
to re-introduce a few items from the old
bill to the final version. Among these, the
definition of a “typical farm ranch” was
brought back. Ranches with fewer than
1,000 head of cattle, which spend five to
seven months of confinement for calving
are to be excluded.
The state has minimum set-back distances from water sources, as well as cutoff numbers - 1,000 head for cattle, 700 for
dairy cattle. County governments may add
to those restrictions if they deem it necessary.
“We had pulled out all the water Wrestric-
tionsX and left that to the state, I would like
to put three categories back in,” said
Ewing.
For herds with more than 1,000 head of
cattle, a conditional use permit will put the
following set-back restrictions in placeY
Herds must stay at least 1,000 feet away
from public wells, at least 250 feet away
from a private well other than the owner's
and at least 150 feet away from a private
well.
If the subMect's ranch is on a higher elevation and upstream, the restrictions won't
apply. “It doesn't make sense to restrict
them so much,” said Ewing.
Douglas wanted what she said was a
“compromise,” which would re[uire that
smaller ranchers of a certain herd size
apply for a permit if they were not able to
meet the setback re[uirements. They would
then come before the county commission
with their exceptions.
“Just because things have been the same
for 110 years doesn't mean there can't be
guidelines,” she said. “We have more people here now to consider.”
Ewing said that he and probably many of
the ranchers who have been attending
county meetings for two years weren't
exactly happy with the result, but that the
ordinance was a “living document,” and
said that he was relieved to have it done.
“We struggled for two years trying to
agree on the best ordinance we could come
up with, and it's been a very difficult,
maybe an impossible task,” Ewing said. “I
Must want to get it out there so we can find
the faults and correct them.”
'Calamity Jane' shooting
for sell-out crowds
BY JACI CONRAD PEARSON
Black Hills Pioneer
LEAD — She's a pistol-packin' mama who means to pack 'em in the Historic
Homestake Opera House this weekend.
Furthermore, when portraying a character once played by Doris Day, it never hurts to
closely resemble her, as the local lead - hailing from Lead - in “Calamity Jane” most
certainly does.
While things have gotten a little bit “Wild Westy” lately for Sarah Carlson,
who will star in the Gold Camp Players' production of “Calamity Jane,” set
to open this weekend at the Historic Homestake Opera House, the young
local starlet simply aspires to match the stage legend's energy level.
“One challenge has been to come up with an accent for the role. The
printed word in the script is written Must as it sounds. But at the same
time, I don't want to sound like I'm from the south,” Carlson said. “One
other very real challenge is that of meeting the energy level of Doris
Day. She really moved around the stage and that's something to be
admired, another to be duplicated. I wish I had as much energy as
Doris Day.”
So far, Carlson is doing a “bang-up” Mob of leading the cast and
crew to opening night performances, pointing out that her
Calamity is really a far cry from the one portrayed in history
books.
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Starring Sarah Carlson as Calamity Jane and Michael Ellison as Wild Bill Hickok, the Gold Camp Players
presentation of the musical "Calamity Jane" opens at 7 p.m. Friday at the Historic Homestake Opera
House in Lead. Pioneer photo by Jaci Conrad Pearson
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER LOCAL SCENE
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Reaching the high note
Page 3
Chocolate Festival
to be a 'sweet' time
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Pictured are the active members of the Newell Community Band during a recent practice. Front row, left to
right, are Hailey McCann, Cheryl McCann, Kay Newth, Serena Tennis, Ashley Hills, Connie Garner and
Autumn Garner. Second row, left to right, are Jennifer Srstka, Zarah Mattox, Delayna LaBelle, Courtney
Dahlberg, Marty Jump, Eric VanDerBoom and Amber Garner. Third row, left to right, are Julie VanDerBoom,
Steve Solem, the band's instructor, Eli Srstka, Pastor Tom Martin, Tyler Yule, Dave Nuenke, Bob Newth and
Maynard Yule. Pioneer photo by Heather Murschel
■ Newell Community Band invited to
perform at Black Hills National
Cemetery during Memorial Day
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!e:ell Co99unit- Ban+ Eractices?
Co9Erise+ o> at least FG acti/e 9e9Bers3 the
Ban+ starte+ to 1et to1ether last Hune an+ since then
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ties at Black Hills !ational Ce9eter- outsi+e o>
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thin1 -ou can +o -our entire li>e3N sai+ Pastor @o9
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'Pratt-ice' makes perfect prior to
Elder's Wisdom/Children's Song
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ial the-All Eer>or93 it took Pratt an+
Carlene )chluEAs class o> WW >ourth
1ra+ers aBout t:o +a-s to :rite?
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See ELDERS — Page 30
Local singer and song writer Gordy Pratt has been meeting with Carlene
Schlup's class to finalize the song they've written together in honor of
Spearfish resident Paul Berry, who will hear the ditty for the first time at the
Elder's Wisdom performance to be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Spearfish High School auditorium. Pioneer photo by Jaci Conrad Pearson
)P"6RST)H —
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s:eet teeth rea+-U
@he secon+ annual )outh
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>eature a nu9Ber o> /enK
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to ha/e this -ear that
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>ro9 EeoEle in an+ out o>
state askin1 >or in>or9ation
on the e/ent?
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Jakota
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Power of trees
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
NEWELL BAND Contin9ed ;rom Pa>e ?
East Elementary students
helped plant 36 new trees
Tuesday along State Street
as part of the Power of
Trees sponsored by Black
Hills Power. Here, Tony
Bowman, left and Logan
Burket, try to remove the
plastic bucket holding the
root ball of a tree to be
planted. In three years,
Black Hills Power has
sponsored the planting of
328 trees. Pioneer photo
by Mark Watson
want to play some -amiliar t0nes so we 1on1entrate
on more traditional melodies and mar1hes45 he said.
7B0t that is all than9s to o0r :reat dire1tor.5
Steve Solem is the =and dire1tor at Newell ?iddle
and Hi:h s1hools and wor9s with the Newell
Comm0nity Band on a wee9ly =asis. ?ost o- the
mem=ers 1onsist o- Newell residents4 however a
1o0ple o- mem=ers ma9e the tre9 -rom St0r:is to
parti1ipate.
Solem4 with more than BC years o- eDperien1e4
said that so -ar4 heEs happy with how thin:s are :oin:
and is hopin: -or a =0sy s0mmer.
One thin: he did note4 is that the =and is in dire
need o- another trom=one player.
7I- yo0 9now o- anyone who plays the trom=one
H send them o0r way45 he said with a smile.
He hi:hli:hted the a-ternoon the Newell
Comm0nity Band was invited to per-orm at the State
AA Bas9et=all To0rnaments in Rapid City re1ently.
7Everyone had a really :ood time45 Solem said.
May Newth4 who plays the -l0te4 said her -avorite
part was :ettin: the -eed=a19 -rom the people that
attended their 1on1ert.
7It was so m01h -0n45 Newth said. 7We had a lot
o- 1ompliments.5
This neDt month4 the =and is pra1ti1in: its patrioti1 t0nes in order to prepare -or ?emorial Day on
?ay B14 as they have =een invited to play at the
Bla19 Hills National Cemetery4 three miles east oSt0r:is.
7When I as9ed the =and i- they were interested in
per-ormin: at this event4 there was an overwhelmin:
response and weEre de-initely loo9in: -orward to this
opport0nity45 Solem said.
He 1ontin0ed =y sayin: that they were honored to
hear that the =rass se1tion was :oin: to =e a=le to
parti1ipate in the National Day o- Taps also to =e
held on ?emorial Day at the 1emetery.
The =and is partially sponsored =y the Shawn
F0n9 S1hool o- Art and ?0si1 in Newell4 ?artin
said the =oard o- dire1tors re1ently donated T-shirts
eD1laimin: 7Play That F0n9y ?0si15 o- whi1h they
all wear with a :reat amo0nt o- pride.
7We really appre1iate what they have done to help
0s o0t45 ?artin said. 7It means a lot to 0s to have
their s0pport.5
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Opinion
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Parenting Today
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Healthy choices
for children
!arents today are fa-ing
tough -hoi-es when it -omes
to getting kids to eat healthy6
7 healthy diet is something
that many of us feel we ha8e9
:ut when we look at the rise of
o:esity in the -hildren we
ha8e to wonder if we really
do6 ;ost e<perts agree there
are se8eral fa-tors playing into
the o:esity epidemi-6 Some of
them are easily fi<ed on-e we
re-ogni?e them6
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a [email protected] issue in o:esity today6
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adapted the Bmore is :etterC
philosophy6 De want our monE
eys worth! Gnfortunately9 this
has -aused our idea of what a
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are -onsuming a mu-h larger
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know that the ser8ing si?e of a
muffin is a-tually the si?e of a
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ser8ed to them in that si?e6 De
need to :e -areful to tea-h our
-hildren what the proper ser8E
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-orre-t portions6
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also taken a :a-k seat to the
easier9 -on8enien-e foods of
today6 Dhile fruits are ser8ed
and generally a--epted easier
:y -hildren9 they still arenRt
getting enough6 ;ore often we
are ser8ing kids fruit @ui-e6
Dhile it is healthy9 it is less
healthy than a whole fruit6
7lso a typi-al ser8ing for a
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we ser8e -hildren twi-e that
amount6 Qegeta:les -an :e a
little harder to get kids to
a--ept6 De need to use interE
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the food6 Kry renaming the
food9 dinosaur trees for :ro-E
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them to :e more a--epting6
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in the store to pi-k out a rainE
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thing new to
try6 7lthough
we are seeing
a swit-h in
many of
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fruit -hoi-es
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-hoi-es are still
there6 En-ourage
the -hild to order
the healthier -hoi-e
and :e sure to praise
them when they do6
7nother [email protected] influen-e
on our -hildren is ;arketers
influen-e6 Khe a8erage -hild is
e<posed to SI9III ad8ertiseE
ments9 mostly for toys9 -ereE
als9 -andies and fast food
e8ery year6 7:out WI per-ent
of all food -ommer-ials aired
on Saturday morning -hilE
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u-ts of low nutritional 8alue
and high sugar 8alue su-h as
sugar -ereal9 -andy and fast
food6 Com:ine that with the
fa-t that todayRs youth are at
an all time high for tele8ision
wat-hing9 the a8erage -hild
wat-hing HJ hours per week9
and you -an see the influen-e
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REGISTRIES Continued from Page 5
friend in ()*+. Whyte avoided
contact with their son for years,
worried that another allegation
might land him in prison,
before he was cleared and won
a =00? court ruling upholding
his right to challenge the index
system.
Despite the vindication,
Whyte says being on the registry left lasting scars.
DI will never get over thisF it
is still ooGing out of me,D he
said in a telephone interview. DI
think I've given up my anger,
but I have to continually readdress that. Jorgiveness was so
difficult.D
Boynton says the officials
responsible for the registries
have good intentions, with the
aim of protecting children, but
often overlook the harm that
can befall people wrongly
placed on the lists.
DIf they do look, they'll see
that parents and children have a
shared interest,D she said.
DAccurate information helps
everyone. Inaccurate information can pull people apart
unfairly.D
North Carolina's Court of
Appeals ruled in March that the
state's registry process was
unconstitutional because it
gave suspected abusers no
chance to defend themselves
before being listed. The ruling
also reQuired a higher standard
of proof before a name could
be entered.
Sherry Bradsher, director of
the state's Division of Social
Services, said the legislature
would amend the law to conform with the ruling.
Temporarily, she said, the
roughly *,000 names on the list
will not be made available, but
their long-term status is uncertain.
The law was challenged by
Kelly Holt, whose name had
been on the list since =00?
even though he denied abusing
his son and was never charged
with a crime.
His attorney, Miriam
Thompson, said the unanimous
appeals court ruling brought
tears to her eyes with its eloQuent affirmation of the right to
due process.
DI have two daughters. I'm all
for protecting them,D
Thompson said. DBut you've
got to provide a better system
before you accuse someone and
put them on that list. That's a
punishment, a state action with
conseQuences. Before you do
that, you've got to prove it.D
In New Uork State, lawyer
Thomas Hoffman is representing thousands of people who
may have been improperly
denied the chance for hearings
to get removed from the state
abuse registry.
Hoffman says somewhere
between (?,000 and =5,000
reQuests for hearings were terminated prematurely by the
Office of Children and Jamily
Services between =003 and
=00? - in many cases with the
reQuest letters simply shredded.
Ynder a proposed class action
settlement, the state has agreed
to restore their right to a hearing and promised not to allow
employers access to their
names in the meantime.
However, Hoffman says it
may take years for these hearings to be scheduled, which
could leave many of the affected individuals in limbo while
prospective employers get no
response of any sort to screening reQuests.
DAt least 50 percent of the
people who get a hearing are
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SPEARFISH Continued from Page 1
exonerated,D Hoffman said.
DThere are a lot of people who
don't belong there, and it's taking
too long to exonerate them.D
DThere's a good purpose for
these lists,D Hoffman added.
DBut you could have a divorce
case, fighting over custody, the
dad puts the kid in car with no
seat belt on and the mom calls it
in. Suddenly you're on the same
list as the pedophile, and the
employer doesn't know difference.D
Missouri's Supreme Court, in a
=00? ruling, said the state's
method of placing people on the
abuse registry was unconstitutional because it allowed a listing
based solely on a state investigator's determination. Now, a hearing is reQuired beforehand.
Since the ruling, disputes have
flared over how many names
should be removed from the registry.
DIt's a horrible thing to be on
this list,D said Timothy BelG, the
lawyer who won the =00? case.
DUou can't get a job as a teacher,
a nurse. Uou can't volunteer for
your church's nursery duty.
DIf you're a sex offender, your
name doesn't go on the list until
you're convicted,D BelG added.
DBut if you're a little late getting
a kid to the emergency room
after he cut his finger, you could
be on the list for ever.D
BelG attributed the due-process
problems to Gealous legislators.
DUou can't find a lawyer or
judge who isn't shocked,D he
said. DUet you go to the legislature and it's like pulling teeth to
get it changed. All it takes is one
kid to get molested, one horrible
story, and the legislators just go
nuts. The legislature ought to
reQuire itself to cool off.D
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position or adjust other positions
cussed at the city council meeting
to accommodate the duties Sund
on Monday night.
was responsible for.
“I think it's safe to say we are in
“When Greg left, I did reQuest
fine shape, things have gone
that we at least go (=0 days or
well,” Krambeck said. “But we're
four months before we did anyto a point where we should probathing,” Krambeck said. “I said I
bly be talking about that position.
would basically step up and do a
I don't think there is a big rush
lot of the duties that I was doing
with this and the personnel combefore, and so that is what we
mittee did recommend a few
did.”
changes to the job description.”
In his resignation letter, Sund
Changes made to the job
said, “I am sorry it was decided
description have been put in place
Spearfish is not ready for the
and will be discussed at the city
changes that come with a city
council meeting on May 3.
administrator. I truly believe in
“Whether we make a decision
professional manageon Monday night or
ment in local governnot, I don't think there
ment and hope you
is a big rush,”
will again consider the
Krambeck said. “I
position at some point
think we can even
in the future.”
hold off a couple more
At that time,
weeks and it wouldn't
Krambeck said that the
make that much of a
decision of whether the
difference.”
city is ready or not
Councilman Eric
ready for those changes
Davis commented on
that come with the
the matter as well.
Jerry
administrator position
“I think, to me the
Krambeck
had not officially been
city still needs a city
clarified by himself or
administrator and just
the city council.
because it didn't work out last
“The whole thing became a
time, the position is still needed in
personnel issue,” Krambeck said.
the city,” Davis said.
“Yltimately, what happened - his
Jerry added that by visiting
resignation - was an action from
other cities across the state and
that.”
working with other governmental
Krambeck said that since this is
entities he knows the benefits a
the end of April and the end of the
city administrator can bring to a
(=0 days, he felt that council
city.
should at least bring it back to dis“We know it works, we just did
cuss what they are going to do
not have a good experience here
further with the particular posilast time,” Krambeck said.
tion.
“And that doesn't mean we
“I've enjoyed working with the
won't (have a good experience),”
city staff on this,” Krambeck said.
Davis added.
“I've learned a lot, and I think the
Councilman Doug Schmit
city staff has learned a lot. I told
shared their thoughts on the situathem that we were going to have
tion.
to step up to the plate and I really
“I agree that we need to pursue
commend them.”
looking at this,” he said. “I think it
Krambeck said that he would
is important for the growth of our
like to see it brought up and discity.”
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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by Jim Unger
Oo not assuSe that
(ou Till be luck(
George Henry Lewes, an
English philosopher and critic who
died in 1\7\, said, “We must
never assume that which is incapable of proof.”
At the bridge table, we make
assumptions. The accuracy of
these is not really proven by the
actual deal, because a play that is
theoretically best might not work
on any given deal.
In this example, how should
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South plan the play in three notrump after West leads the spade
threeN
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South hoped East would end in
one spade doubled. But North did
not have a suitable hand for a balancing takeout double, being too
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Declarer took East’s spade king
with his ace and immediately
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Legals
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See all the public notices placed in
SD newspapers at www.sdpublicnotices.com
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
[email protected]
and all infor6alities.
Margie Rantapaa
Business Manager
Published t8ice at the
total approRi6ate cost of
S10.DT.
4:65
April 21, 2:
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KNOW ...
...and be infor6ed of
the function of your
govern6ent
are
e6bodied in public
notices in that self
govern6ent charges
all citihens to be
infor6ed. This ne8spaper urges every
citihen to read and
study these notices.
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DEAD/INE +O%
/EGA/
AD#E%TISING
Up to t8o legalsihed
type8ritten
pages, the deadline
is 2 p.6. FOUR
days in advance of
publication
date.
More
than
t8o
legal-sihed type8ritten
pages
8ill
reeuire up to SIg
days for publication.
BIDS
50
AD#E%TISEMENT
+O% BIDS
/EAD-DEADWOOD
SCHOO/ DIST%ICT
440-1 +O% MA%CHING
BAND UNI+O%MS
Sealed bids for furnishing of Marching Band
Unifor6s, 8ill be received
at the Business Office of
the
Lead-Dead8ood
School District >40-1, 320
South Main Street, Lead,
SD DEED4 up to the hour
of THO P.M. MST, May
Dth, 2010, at 8hich ti6e
they 8ill be publicly
opened and read aloud.
All bids 6ust be in
accordance 8ith the specifications of said proMect as
prepared by the LeadDead8ood School District
>40-1. Specifications are
file in the Business Office
located at 320 South Main
Street, Lead, SD DEED4.
The Board of Education
8ill act upon the opened
bids at the board 6eeting
the afternoon of May 11th,
2010 at 4O00 p.6. MST at
the Lead-Dead8ood Pigh
School. The Board of
Education reserves the
right to accept or reMect any
or all bids and to 8aive any
NOTICE TO BIDDE%S
Notice is hereby given
that sealed bids 8ill be
received at the office of the
La8rence County Auditor,
P.O. BoR F, Dead8ood,
South DaXota, DEE32, until
TO1D a.6., May 11, 2010
for the furnishing of
Insecticides.
Bid Specifications and
Bid For6s 6ay be picXed
up at the La8rence County
AuditorZs Office, 90
Sher6an
Street,
Dead8ood, SD, \0D-DET1941 or at the La8rence
County ERtension Office,
1230 North Ave Suite 4,
Spearfish, SD DEET3, \0D\42-\200. Bids 6ust be
sub6itted on for6s as stated above.
The La8rence County
Board of Co66issioners
reserves the right to accept
or reMect any or all bids and
to 8aive any irregularities
therein.
Dated at Dead8ood,
South DaXota, the 19th
day of April, 2010.
Connie AtXinson La8rence County
Auditor
Published t8ice at the
total approRi6ate cost of
S1E.T9.
4:69
April 2:, May 4
NOTICE TO BIDDE%S
Notice is hereby given
that sealed bids 8ill be
received at the office of the
La8rence County Auditor,
P.O. BoR F, Dead8ood,
South DaXota, DEE32, until
TO1D a.6., May 11, 2010
for the furnishing of
Perbicides.
Bid Specifications and
Bid For6s 6ay be picXed
up at the La8rence County
AuditorZs Office, 90
Sher6an
Street,
Dead8ood, SD, \0D-DET1941 or at the La8rence
County ERtension Office,
1230 North Ave Suite 4,
Spearfish, SD DEET3, \0D\42-\200. Bids 6ust be
sub6itted on for6s as stated above.
The La8rence County
Board of Co66issioners
reserves the right to accept
or reMect any or all bids and
to 8aive any irregularities
therein.
Dated at Dead8ood,
South DaXota, the 19th
day of April, 2010.
Connie AtXinson -
La8rence County
Auditor
Published t8ice at the
total approRi6ate cost of
S1E.T9.
4:70
April 2:, May 4
ESTATES
51
State of South DaXota
County of La8rence
In Circuit Court
Fourth Judicial Circuit
Pro. 10-20
Estate of
Rhea G. Trevino,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS and
NOTICE OF INFORMAL
PROBATE IN
INTESTAC_ and
APPOINTMENT OF
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Notice is given that on
April T, 2010, Betty
Trevino, 8hose address is
21412 U.S. Pigh8ay 3TD,
Dead8ood, SD DEE32 8as
appointed as personal representative of the estate of
Rhea G. Trevino.
Creditors of decedent
6ust file their clai6 8ithin
four 6onths after the date
of the first publication of
this notice or their clai6s
6ay be barred.
Clai6s 6ay be filed
8ith the personal representative or 6ay be filed 8ith
the clerX, and a copy of the
clai6 6ailed to the personal representative.
Dated April T, 2010.
-s- Betty Trevino
Betty Trevino
21412 U.S. Pigh8ay 3TD
Dead8ood, SD DEE32
\0D-DET-149\
Personal Representative
Carol LatusecX
La8rence County ClerX of
Courts
ET Sher6an Street
Dead8ood, SD DEE32
(\0D) DET-2040
Ti6othy R. Johns
JOPN c dOSEL, Prof.
LLC
203 Hest Main St.
Lead, SD DEED4
(\0D) E1E-2TT9
Attorney for Personal
Representative
4:53
April 14, 21, 2:
PUBLIC NOTICES 56
/AW%ENCE COUNTY
%ESO/UTION 42010-0:
%ESO/UTION &
O%DE% TO #ACATE
A PO%TION O+ A
SECTION /INE
HPEREAS, a petition
8as presented to the Board
of County Co66issioners
of La8rence County,
South DaXota, signed by at
least one percent of the
ballots cast for the last
gubernatorial election in
La8rence County, reeuesting that a portion of a section line be vacated, and
HPEREAS, the Board
of County Co66issioners
set a date for hearing and
evidence having been presented to the Board of
County Co66issioners
that notice has been given
of the ti6e, place and purpose of said hearing by
publication of notice in the
B.P. Pioneer ti6es, Lead,
South
DaXota
and
La8rence County Journal,
once each 8eeX for t8o
consecutive 8eeXs prior to
the date of hearing and
HPEREAS, the Board
of County Co66issioners
having acted as a co66ittee of the 8hole concerning said vacation, and
HPEREAS, said section line does not constitute a portion of a South
DaXota
State
TrunX
Pigh8ay Syste6 nor the
La8rence
County
Pigh8ay Syste6, no8
therefore,
BE IT RESOLVED by
the La8rence County
Board of Co66issioners
as follo8sO
That the
described portion of
Section Line be vacatedO
LEGAL
DESCRIPTION FOR TPE VACATIONO The Section Line
on the Southern boundary
of Lots \, E, T, 9, 1E, and
Lot A and Lot B of Lot 10
Revised of the Florence
Subdivision SE1f4 SH1f4
Section 10-TDN-R4E, and
the Northern boundary of
Lots D, \, E and T of Alice
Subdivision H1f2NE1f4
Section 1D-TDN-R4E and
the Northern boundary of
Lot 1R and Lot 2 of Lucan
Subdivision NE1f4NH1f4
Section 1D-TDN-R4E.
AFFECTING
TPE
LANDOHNERSO
der8in L Buse6an, John
Shively, Sheri HatXe, di6
c Darla Burich, Jeff c
Cindy Burich, Del6ore c
Mary Jones, Dan c
Belinda drosXa, Don
Balyeat, Lauren Ross,
Vernon McMullen, Dennis
c Carol Nelles, Ray
Lucan, Bonnie Miller
Lucan, David c Linda
Meden8ald.
DAR_L JOPNSON,
CPAIRPERSON
La8rence County
Co66issioner
ATTESTO
CONNIE ATdINSON
La8rence County Auditor
I, Connie AtXinson, the
duly elected Auditor of
La8rence County, South
DaXota, do hereby certify
that the 8ithin and foregoing resolution 8as passed
by the La8rence County
Board
of
County
Co66issioners at a regular session held April 13,
2010.
Dated at Dead8ood,
South DaXota, the 13th day
of April, 2010.
CONNIE ATdINSON
La8rence County Auditor
PREPARED B_O
CONNIE ATdINSON
LAHRENCE COUNT_
AUDITOR
PO BOg F
DEADHOOD SD DEE32
\0D-DET-1941
Published t8ice at the
total approRi6ate cost of
SD2.90.
4:57
April 21, 2:
NOTICE O+
HEA%ING
UPON APP/ICATIONS
+O% /ICENSE TO
SE//
INTOKICATING
/ILUO%
NOTICE is hereby
given that the Board of
County Co66issioners
8ithin and for the County
of La8rence, State of
South DaXota, at a regular
6eeting
in
the
Ad6inistrative
AnneR
Building at 90 Sher6an
Street, Dead8ood, South
DaXota, on May 11th
2010, at 9O40 a.6., 8ill
consider the follo8ing
application to sell intoRicating lieuor outside a
6unicipality
all
in
La8rence County, SDO
NOTICE is further
given that any person, persons or their Attorney,
8ho are interested in the
approval or reMection of
this application 6ay
appear and be heard at
said scheduled Public
Pearing.
RETAIL
ON-OFF
SALE HINE
Mystic Miner ResortO
Mystic Miner SXi Resort
111TE Deer Mountain
Road, Lead, SD DEED4.
M.S. 1210 PAVANA
>1,2,3,4,D,\,E,T,9 c 10
LODES,
La8rence
County.
DATED at Dead8ood,
La8rence County, South
DaXota this 20th day of
April, 2010.
Connie AtXinson,
La8rence County
Auditor
Published once at the
total approRi6ate cost of
S13.D\.
4::2
April 2:
GENERAL
ADVERTISING
POLIC=
E"ual
&ousing
Opportunity
All real estate advertising in
the Fair Housing Act makes
it illegal to advertise 6any
preference, limitation or discrimination based on race,
color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or
national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.? Familial status
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodiansC pregnant women and people
securing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspaper are available on an
equal opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll-free at 1 I800K
669-9NNN. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1 I800K 92N92N5.
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Dakes every effort to
avoid errors. &oIever, in
handling hundreds of
ads, occasionally errors
do occur. Ke ask that
you read your ad carefully on the first day of
publication and phone
us iDDediately if there
is an error. Ke can only
be responsible for a single dayNs incorrect ad.
Ke reserve the right to
revise, edit, reclassify or
reOect any classified ad
for publication.
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102 PERSONALS
DOMESTIC ABUSE &
Sexual Assault 24-Hour
Crisis
Line,
Butte/Lawrence/Harding
Counties: 605-723-0964
or Spearfish Shelter:
605-642-7825 or 1-800999-2348. Deadwood/
Lead Shelter: Sturgis
Shelter: 605-347-0050
or 1-800-755-8432 All
Calls Confidential.
103 COMMUNITY
EVENTS
COME JOIN THE fun!
Over 70 Booths! FREE
Admission to the 9th
Annual Tri State Expo.
Saturday, May 1st 9 am 4pm. Sunday, May 2nd
10am - 3pm. Belle
Fourche
Area
Community
Center,
1111 National Street,
Belle Fourche.
104 NOTICES
LOOKING FOR people
that
study
with
Shepherd’s
Chapel.
Please call 605-7229108, leave a message.
REAL ESTATE LIQUIDATION Auction, May
5, 2010 at 1:30 PM,
home and land 133
West Summit, Lead,
SD, call Sturgis Real
Estate Company 605347-7579
or
visit
SturgisSD.com
105 LOST & FOUND
FOUND: Money clip at
Pope and Talbot soccer
and baseball fields on
April 10th in parking
lot. Description needed for return. 605-6450591
200 PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES
ATTENTION GOLFERS!
Is it time for new grips?
Contact
M. “Spiro”
Speirs for great prices
and service. 605-5781179.
A U T O M O B I L E
REMOTE
STARTS
W/KEYLESS ENTRY,
299.00
INSTALLED.
CALL DAN AT 605-6412644, 7 DAYS A WEEK.
CUSTOM BUILT WINDOWS, 30% tax credit
available.
Siding,
Soffit, Fascia, and
Doors also available.
Competitive
pricing.
Free in-home demonstration and estimate.
Call
Performance
Windows & Exteriors 1800-804-6888
200 PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES
205 CHILD CARE
SERVICES
301 DEADWOOD
GARAGE SALES
Join Our First Gold Family
DEVASHAN IN-HOME
Computer Repair. Is
your computer running
slow? Reasonable rates,
service within 25 miles
of Spearfish 605-7225355
IN HOME DAY CARE
Has openings for all
ages.
Have
References. 605-6415638 or 605-717-5055
MOVING
SALE-39
Washington, April 30May
2,
9am-6pm:
household items, toys,
clothing, furniture, golf
clubs, trampoline, 8’x8’
shed - you move.
Full Time • AM & PM
OLD WEST HEATING,
INC.
Of
Lead.
Natural/LP
Gas
Equipment
Repair.
Furnaces,
Water
Heaters,
-Cook
Stoves., Etc. For Fast
Service Call Greg At
605-580-0123 Or 605717-1779.
PROFESSIONAL
WEBSITE
design,
redesign and maintenance.
Database,
commercial, financial
and
remote-access
business applications.
605-347-9365.
RECYCLE
YOUR
APPLIANCES. Pickup
all
non-refrigerated
appliances, mowers,
grills, bikes, siding, all
things metal $20 MINIMUM CHARGE. Call
Joe 605-722-1807
“SPRING CLEANING”
Dakota
Chimneys
cleans eaves troughs,
downspouts
with
(power sprayer), dryer
vents, + wood stove
chimneys and pellet
vents. Spring pricing.
Ask about our Versalok retaining walls. Call
today 605-642-7860
201 SCHOOLS &
TRAINING
AMAZING
GRACE
PRESCHOOL, Northern
Hills Church of Christ, is
now enrolling for Fall
2010. Tina 605-6459022
204 LAWN/GARDEN
SERVICES
AFFORDABLE RELIABLE LAWN CARE. Call
Jonathan at (605)6417442
LAWN MOWING SERVICE. For more information or free estimate please call Ty or
Derek at 605-7229808
READY
FOR
ALL
lawn/garden/landscaping needs. Free estimates. New equipment.
Low rates. Highest quality job. Call Aaron @
Planting Dreams in
Spearfish.
605-6452842
LOLLIPOP KIDS DAYCARE. In Sturgis has
openings. 0 to age 6
years. Meals, clean and
caring
environment
Please call 605-4307664
209 HANDYMAN
HANDY MAN FOR
HIRE. Tree trimming,
trash removal, yard
work, roofing, carpentry, painting, snow shoveling. Fire wood for
sale.
Hauling pickup
605-645-4018, 605-2692618
WILL HAUL JUNK VEHICLES FREE. Must Have
Title & Tires. Also Haul
Junk. Price Negotiable.
Call 580-1063.
300 BELLEFOURCHE
GARAGE SALES
***FUNDRAISER RUMMAGE SALE*** Friday,
April 30th and Saturday,
May 1st 10-5:00pm. BH
Parrot Welfare in Belle
Fourche. Corner of Hwy
212 & Bus. Route on the
way to Orman. 605-8922336. Antiques, Tools,
Furniture,
Clothing,
Household, Appliances,
Baby Items.You name it —
we have it! All proceeds go
to help the parrots.
SAT. MAY 1st 7am-2pm.
10919 Country Club
Road in Belle Fourche.
New Home Interior
items, Wood kitchen
table with bench, Coffee
table, end tables Queen
Ann Style. Children toys,
Kids game table, Lazy
Boy Chair, Queen Ann
Recliner
Chair,
Household items, Game
boy and games, Boys
bike.
303 SPEARFISH
GARAGE SALES
MOVING SALE: 2624
5th Ave. (behind K-Mart)
7:00a-7:00p. All day,
every day. Furniture, and
household full of items.
605-717-9695
400 SEASONAL
HELP
GULCHES OF FUN is
now hiring attendants for
the
2010
Season.
Applicants must be reliable and responsible
and at least 16 years
old. Apply in person or
online at www.deadwoodsfamilyresort.com.
THE CITY OF Deadwood
is accepting applications
for a part-time/seasonal
trolley driver. Must have
Class C CDL with passenger
endorsement.
Not to exceed 16 hours a
week and no benefits.
Applications may be
picked up at Deadwood
City Hall, 102 Sherman
St., Deadwood, SD and
will be accepted until 5:00
pm on May 3, 2010.
Random
and
preemployment
drug
screening is required.
The City of Deadwood is
an EOE.
401 PART-TIME
SPEARFISH CANYON
LODGE is seeking a PT
Housekeeper.
20-24
hrs/week. Hot lunch provided. Must enjoy working with and meeting the
public. Benefits. EOE.
Must call to arrange an
interview with Linda
605-584-3435.
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He#$ &'r '#)er S'+,- D/0',/1s
! Training
! Job search
! Employment
If you’re 55 or older with limited income and want to return
to the work force, Experience Works might have training and
employment opportunities that are just right for you.
C&00 34561859 "# 16:;;659;69<=8
All applicants must be 55 or older and
meet Senior Community Service
Employment Program guidelines. EOE
COOK
DISHWASHER
CLUB CENTER HOST
Full Time • Gaming License Required
Great Benefits • Equal Opportunity Employer
Pre-Employment Drug Testing
Now accepting applications
at the front desk
605-578-9777
270 Main St. Deadwood
401 PART-TIME
402 FULL-TIME
CANYON HILLS CENTER has openings for
part-time
residential
counselors or workers.
Must be 21 years old
and be willing to submit
to background checks.
One year of work experience with children or
teenagers and a willingness to care for children
placed in a psychiatric
residential
treatment
facility. Please stop by
Canyon Hills Center,
2519 Windmill Drive,
Spearfish, SD 57783 for
an application or complete application on-line
at www.lsssd.org. Apply
to
Residential
Supervisor by April 30,
2010.
EXPERIENCED COOK
at Sacora Station in
Piedmont, SD Varied
shifts 605-787-9797 or
605-641-0090
THE CITY OF Lead has
an opening for a part time
Ordinance Enforcement
Officer. Applications and
a job description may be
picked up at the Lead
City Hall, 801 West Main
Street,
Lead
SD.
Minimum requirements
are: must be at least 18
years of age and possess
a valid driver’s license.
Please call 605-5841615 for any questions.
402 FULL-TIME
DEADWOOD SOCIAL
CLUB is looking for front
of house manager.
Experience necessary.
Applications available at
the
cashiers
cage
Saloon #10.
EXPERIENCED CARPENTER Needed in the
Lead-Deadwood Area,
Full-time. Call 605-6411930.
SPEARFISH CANYON
LODGE is seeking a
Lead
Housekeeper.
Wage $9.75/hr. DOE.
EOE. Benefits available.
Will do scheduling, laundry, train staff and some
ordering. Hot lunch provided. Call ahead for an
interview, ask for Linda
or Alicia 605-584-3435.
HVAC Openings. Will Be
Installing Heating & A/C
Systems. Min. Age 18,
Valid Driver’s License,
Neat In Appearance,
Pay DOE. 24 Months
experience.
Call
(605)347-2183.
JOB VACANCY LEADDEADWOOD SCHOOL
DISTRICT 40-1 POSITION(S): 1.0 Full-Time
Art Teacher APPLICATIONS TO: Lynn Larsen,
Office Manager LeadDeadwood School District
320 South Main Lead,
South Dakota
57754
605-717-3890 Open until
filled. Lead-Deadwood
School District is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
NOW HIRING - Cooks,
Bartenders, Wait Staff,
Front Desk and Gaming
Employees.
Please
apply in person, 633
Main Street, Historic
Bullock, Deadwood.
SEEKING ENERGETIC,
dedicated individual who
loves children to teach 4
and 5 year olds. M-F 95. Apply at Hillsview
Daycare Center, 1200 N.
10th Street, Spearfish.
402 FULL-TIME
WEB
DESIGNER
WANTED. If you know
your way around HTML
and PHP, have a flair for
design and can think
outside the box, we have
a job for you. Please
send letter, resume and
links to your work to:
[email protected] We are a
new media company
doing exciting things
and seek talented new
team member. Benefits.
Salary negotiable.
Join Our Winning Team!
Casino Host
Must have gaming support
license • Energetic &
outgoing • Good public
speaking skills • Pay rate
determined by experience
• 30+ hours per week
Graveyard Cashier
Part-Time • Must have
gaming support license
• Schedule: Sun.-days,
Mon., Tues.-graveyard,
Wed.-graveyard • Pay rate
determined by experience
• 20-30 hours per week
Benefits include:
On-site parking, employee
meals, insurance package
after 90 days & meeting min.
hours, more!
Apply in person or
send resume to:
Deadwood Gulch
Gaming Resort
304 Cliff St.,
Deadwood, SD 57732
(605) 578-1294
500 ANTIQUES,
COLLECTIBLES
SOLID
WOOD
ANTIQUE
dresser$100. Night stands-$75.
605-645-2144
Temporary Part-Time
Delivery Person Needed
in Lead-Deadwood Area
Must have driver’s license, own
vehicle and automobile insurance.
Apply with Charity at
642-2761
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
503 LAWN &
GARDEN ITEMS
508 PETS & PET
SUPPLIES
LIKE NEW BUHLER 6’
Finish Mower. 3 pt, PTO
driven, $850.00. 605645-1107.
efENSEN
KENNELe
Gun Dog & Large Breed
Companion
Dog
Training. Call (605)6410310.
LOOKING FOR: Roses,
flower bulbs, raspberries,
strawberries,
Perennials, Peonies, etc.
Willing to dig up. Please
call 605-641-5929.
506 HOUSEHOLD
ITEMS
4 PERSON BEACHCOMBER hot tub. 1yr
old. Excellent cond.
Includes padded cover,
220 breaker and box
and wiring. $4500 obo.
605-391-1074.
BAVARIAN CHINA for
sale.
Pattern
is
“Forever
Spring”
Settings for 16 people
(I think) plus numerous
serving pieces. Call
605-721-6856, leave
message.
FOR SALE: AquaGlass
tub/shower surround,
Price reduced onepiece, standard size,
left-hand drain, new,
still in packaging. $250
OBO Call Mark 605641-0935
507 APPLIANCES
FOR SALE: Several nice
General Electric 14 CF
refrigerators. $169 each.
Dels Exit 63 Box Elder
605-390-9810
AKC Registered Boxer
puppies for Sale. Brindle
and Reverse Brindle.
Call Fernen Kennels at
605-723-3268 or 605723-0059.
DICKSON
SMALL
BREED PUPS: Yorkie,
Maltese, Dachshund,
Papillon,
Shih
Tzu
Puppies AKC. Two Year
Health Guarantee, payments, credit card okay.
www.dicksonpups.com
605-787-6821
Deb
Dickson
FREE DWARF Robo
Hampster with food, no
cage, 605-584-9923.
LOW
COST
SPAY/NEUTER Cat clinic, Belle Fourche Vet
Clinic May 4th. Females
$35. Males $15. Call
Carol at 605-892-4452
512 COMPUTERS/
ELECTRONICS
fVC 48” High Def Wide
Screen TV Excellent
Condition - Clear Picture
Great Family TV! Asking
$350 OBO 605-6419119
EMAIL YOUR CLASSIFIEDS! Send Them To
classifiedsjbhpioneer.c
om.
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MISCELLANEOUS
ITEMS
FOR SALE: Portable
Generator. 500 watt.
Brand new. Used only
once. Paid $900.00 asking
$550.00.
Commercial refrigerator.
Air curtain reach-in cooler.
New
$1500.00.
Neon bar signs. $150.00
each. 605-641-1248.
FOR SALE: MAKITA
Scroll saw, Craftsman
belt
disc
sander,
Century drill press, misc.
hand tools, clamps,
brackets, rods, reels, life
jackets, tackle boxes,
boat fenders, gas can, 2
bike hoists/garage lifts,
antique sausage stuffer.
605-642-1751.
Most
items like new.
TREES FOR SALE: 4,6,
&
8ft.
Ponderosa,
Austrian and Scottish
Pine. Colorado and
Black Hills Spruce. Will
wire and burlap. 44”
wide spade. Ahrens Tree
Farm, Belle Fourche, SD
605-892-5920
Mother’s Day Sentiments
Have you told your
Mom how much
you love her lately?
Our readers can send
their heartfelt
Mother’s Day
wishes to the
special women in
their lives.
We will publish them
in the
JANE SMITH
517 WANTED TO
BUY - MISC
WANTED - OLD ROOF
STEEL, will haul. 605641-1930.
WANTED TO BUY: Gate
for chain link fence.
Needs to be 4’ wide & 6’
tall. Call 605-721-6856,
leave message.
Ask Your Child What A
Stranger Looks Like!
Chances are good that if
you ask your child what a
stranger looks like, he or she
is likely to describe a person
like the one pictured here.
So when you tell your
child not to talk to
strangers,
it’s
important to make
sure that your child
understands who a
stranger really is.
Simply put,
a stranger is
anyone your
child does not know,
be it the “nice lady”
with the dog or the
kindly old man in
the park.
One good idea is to establish a code word known only
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by yourself, your child and
any adult authorized to
escort or care for your child.
If the stranger doesn’t know
the “magic” word, your child
is not to go anyplace
with that person. It’s
as simple as
that.
While the
movies make it easy
to tell the
good buys
from the
bad, real life
unfortunately is not so
simple. So take a
moment to help
safeguard your
child today.
Child Safety - It’s a matter
of Show and Tell!
This important message brought to you by The Black Hills Pioneer
Saturday, May 8th
in time for Mother’s Day
Sunday, May 9th
Dear Mom,
I love you a whole bunch. Thank
you for baking cookies and being
the best mom ever.
XOXOX Hugs & Kisses, Jenny
Just send your favorite photo of your favorite mom,
along with $10.00 and your message, up to 40 words.
Must have your photo & info by Monday, May 3rd.
Your Name:
Address/Town:
Phone:
Your Favorite Mom’s Name:
Her Hometown:
Message:
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Mail to: Black Hills Pioneer, 315 Seaton Circle, Spearfish, SD 57783, 642-2761
or e-mail your photo & info to: [email protected]
Subject: mom or stop by either of our offices:
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POLLARD
ONE WAY SERVICE PROS
General Contractor
Jeff Rath, Owner • Spearfish ~ Lead ~ Deadwood ~ Belle Fourche ~ Sturgis
AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS
CONSTRUCTION
Affordable Rates - Residential & Commercial
Installation & Repair • Duct Cleaning • Sales & 24 Hr. Service
Brad Pollard
Servicing ALL Brands of Air Conditioners & Furnaces
?=C!! aJ @Py. X!>
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Always accepting new customers!
722-8101 or 578-7795
605-578-2057
ONE WAY... THE RIGHT WAY
Licensed()nsured
Log /o0e 1 2eck Restoration
Sheet Rock 1 9:terior Windo< Repair
Jeff Storhaug
cell
605-641-3619 JVearKisQ
Computer Repair
CS Painting
Residential / Commercial Interior / Exterior
BIG CREW ON HAND FOR:
j &ooKin5 j Jidin5 j De.ent j @o.e :uildin5
After hours call 722-8101
*roVerty _ana5e.ent O %Vart.ent
_aintenance &eal Estate %5ents
1nyti6e, Day or :i;ht, =ee>en?s 1AailaBle Cear DoEn?
“One Job at a Time from Start to Finish!”
Call
Conner
Sheets at:
605-499-9737
(icensed O Ynsured j (ocally 'Pned O 'Verated
Jervicin5 tQe :lac; @ills
807 LAZELLE ST, STURGIS, SD 57785
Bob Lambert
Construction
Licensed • Insured
&
!hriss& ()air
Spearfish Advertising
Representative
+,-./ ,01213,4
54. Seaton !irc)e
Spear=ish> SD
QUINN’S PAINTING
& REPAIR
• New Construction
• Steel Buildings
• Concrete
• Additions
• Remodeling
• QUALITY GUARANTEED •
605-641-7958 (cell)
605-722-5466 (home)
Dan 642-2197, 641-1954
Tom 642-2477, 641-6923
L ICENSED - I NSURED R EFERENCES
I NTERIOR - E XTERIOR N EW C ARPENTRY R EMODEL - R EPAIR
EXIT Realty The Benchmark Co.
YndeVendent _e.ber :ro;er
722 Main
Street
Spearfish, SD
Jan
Goodsell
645-1950
We sVecialiee in virus
re.oval and data recovery.
&easonable rates. Fast
service. We sell3 reVair and
recycle. F&EE disVosal oK
unPanted co.Vuters!
Affordable
Computing
Solutions
XCB \. _aVle3 &aVid Dity3 J)
343-3747
_on.FFri. B a. F E V.
Jaturday =C a. F G V.
This spot just
opened up!
Call 5&4-2303
or 642-2761
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
750 AUTOS FOR
SALE
750 AUTOS FOR
SALE
1991 CHEVY LUMINA.
186,000 miles. Runs
great! Good school/work
car. $700 605-722-6555
leave message.
2004 DODGE INTREPID,
electirc
windows/seat,
tinted
windows, rear spoiler.
28-30 mpg.
104K
Sharp car. Asking below
book @ $6000. 605641-2604
2000 VOLKSWAGEN
Jetta for sale! $5000
OBO. GREAT GAS
MILEAGE!
104,000
Miles, 970-405-7687
2001 PONT. Bonneville
SLE. Low miles, loaded,
sun roof, leather heated
seats. OBO at $500
under book. 605-6441733
2002
CHEVROLET
MALIBU 127k, clean,
new tires, new rotors,
$3,000.00
605-6456578.
2002 VW JETTA GLS,
63K miles, auto, sun
roof, new brakes, great
on snow, 40+ MPG, well
maintained,
$9,500.
605-580-0006
2003 SUNFIRE COUPE
Automatic, cruise, a/c,
remote locks, sunroof,
tinted glass, 65,000
miles. Good tires, sharp.
605-642-5146
“RUN IT ‘TIL
IT SELLS”
Buy a classified in our auto section and we’ll run it in the
Black Hills Pioneer & Weekly Prospector until it sells!
Only
Applies only to Cars, Pickups, SUVs, Vans & Motorcycles
315 Seaton Circle
Spearfish,SD
Classified Ad Form
$
Your Ca
Email Youn Also
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classifie Ad to
bhpionee [email protected]
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Name:
Phone: (
Address:
City/State:
Credit Card#:
Exp. Date:
Geri Riggs
Sturgis Ad Sales
605-645-3444
605-642-2761
fax 605-642-9060
[email protected]
AD#$R&'('N*+
(605) 584-2303
7 S. Main St.
Lead, SD
Signature:
Call
584-2303 or
642-2761
Call 642-2761 or 584-2303
Lead-Deadwood &
Whitewood Advertising
Representative
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Payment
Must
Accompany
Ad - No
Businesses
Please!
AD RUNS 8 WEEKS
AT A TIME. MUST
CALL
TO RENEW! PAYMENT
MUST
ACCOMPANY AD.
NO BUSINESSES PLEASE!
This Spot Just Opened
Up... Now It’s
Your Turn To Rent It!
Sharon Mason
584-2303
Category:
Black Hills Pioneer
and
Weekly Prospector
&
7 S. Main
Lead, SD
&
642-2761
2008 FORD FOCUSSES 18,000 miles.
Excellent
condition!
Loaded, Sync, MP3/6
disc CD changer, 4 cyl.
25-30 mpg! Asking
$17,000. Cassie, 605641-0121, Aaron, 605641-0854
2008 MAZDA
3,
14,000 Miles Under
Warranty Black, Moon
Roof, Power Locks,
Power Windows, CD
Changer,
Manual
$15,000 OBO 605641-4052
25
$
up
to 20 words
2007
HONDA
ACCORD SE, 22,000
miles, 1 owner, factory
warranty,
$16,600.
605-920-2222.
2007 SUBARU OUTBACK. 47,000 miles.
Moving Must sell. 605720-2201
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Advertising deadline for
the !lack 'ills Pioneer
is 3 p.m., two days prior
to the day in which you
wish your advertisement
to appear. We can also
accept advertising until
9:00 a.m. on Mondays
for our Tuesday edition.
Rent Me!
Rent Me!
Call 642-2761 or 584-2303
PEDERSON
&
Judy Nuber
Rapid City Advertising
Consultant
(605) 341-0086
1719 W. Main, Ste. ?207
Rapid City, SD
HARDWOOD
FLOORS
•
•
•
•
installation
repair
refinishing
tile & more
for a FREE Estimate
call Justin
605-578-1089
I-90 Exit 14 • 3125 E. Colorado Blvd.
Spearfish, SD 57783
[email protected]
Ph. 605.722.0537
Cell 605.645.1349
Fax 605.722.0580
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MERLE’S LANDSCAPING & YARD SERVICE
ate Total Lawn Care Maintenance
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PROFESSIONAL
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LANDSCAPING
• Sod Laying • Seeding New Lawns
• And 4-Step Turf Plus Plan
• Install & Design Sprinkler Systems
(computerized imaging & Design)
PROJECTS
OLD & NEW!
LEAD • DEADWOOD • SPEARFISH • BELLE FOURCHE • STURGIS
1-800-287-7805 • 605-892-2111
South Hwy. 85 • 1835 Fifth Avenue, Belle Fourche, SD
Do you have a new
business that’s not listed in
the phone book yet?
ADVERTISE HERE!!
Call 642-2761 or 584-2303
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
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750 AUTOS FOR
SALE
752 PICKUPS FOR
SALE
752 PICKUPS FOR
SALE
752 PICKUPS FOR
SALE
2008 PONTIAC G6
30,000 miles, great condition. Onstar, xm radio
capable 307-257-3185,
ask for Scott
‘03 FORD RANGER,
4door cab, Edge pkg, v6
loaded, has body damage,
80,000
miles
$8000. Call 1-406-7490725 or
1-406-9512509.
2003 FORD F150. FX4,
crew cab. 109,500 miles.
Roll-up bed cover, good
tires, clean truck. Asking
12,900 OBO Joe 605645-8959
FOR SALE: 1985 GMC 1
ton four-wheel drive.
$3,500. 1965 GMC 3/4 ton
four-wheel drive. $1,200.
OBO 605-645-4018
FOR SALE - 2001
GRAND AM. 2-door, sunroof, 97,000 miles. $6,000
OBO. 605-641-4435.
FOR SALE: ‘06 Chevy
Impala.
Excellent
Condition. 69,000 miles.
Power windows, and
locks. Can take flex fuel.
$9,400. 605-645-1970
751 VANS FOR
SALE
2002 CHEVY VENTURE.
75,000 miles, PW, keyless entry, CD stereo.
Rear heat & air. Seats 7.
Asking $5,000. 605-8923011, 605-210-2991
752 PICKUPS FOR
SALE
2001 FORD RANGER
4x4 110,000 miles 4.0L
5 speed. Matching topper $5200 good condition 605-645-9541
1946 (REBUILD TITLE)
Willys Jeep, hard 1/2
top, drive line rebuilt 4
years ago, body rough
condition,
$2,500.00
605-722-4067, 605-6399156.
1978 CHEVY 1 ton
2x4, 4door, runs on
propane. $900. 1978
Ford
F150
4x4
Supercab. $2995. 1955
Chevy $2500. 605-4909143
2007 GMC 2500. Crew
cab 4x4. Duramax
with Allison transmission. 52,266 miles.
Excellent shape. 605892-2806
2008 CHEVY COLORADO,
extended
cab. 16k, black, air,
power locks, windows,
sunroof. Box liner. Tow
package.
Garaged.
$19,995.
605-7875300
1984 FORD F150, with
new 5th wheel hitch.
1982 35’ Wilderness 5th
wheel, both need work.
$4000 OBO. 605-8923693
2009 DODGE RAM
1500 4X4 Crewcab.
Laramie Pkg Under
14,000K miles-Factory
warranty! At 212 North
Main Spearfish $35,000
OBO 605-645-9694
1995 TOYOTA PICKUP,
4 wheel drive, air conditioning, good condition,
new rotors, pads and
battery, $4,500, Call
Swan Loften 605-5782169.
‘99 CHEVY 2500 crewcab. 90k, 454 chipped,
super lift. Cowl-induction
hood,
k&n-intake.
8500lb. Ramsey Winch.
$10,000 or trade. 605645-2271
FOR
SALE:
2001
DODGE RAM 1500 2x4.
Mileage 140,000. Great
shape,
runs
great.
$3,900. Very good tires.
605-717-2366
753 SPORT
UTILITIES FOR SALE
‘98 JEEP WRANGLER
SPORT, 87K Miles, AC,
5sp, Hardtop, Brand
New B.F. Goodrich Tires,
Good Looking, Great
Running. $7500. 928925-0674
1981 CJ5 JEEP, runs
good, $2,600. 1967 Air
Stream Safari camper
trailer, $5,000 OBO.
605-920-2222.
2002 LAND ROVER
Freelander. 80k, 2.5L,
v6, Auto, 21mpg, awd,
trac control, abs, tilt,
cruise, CD, heated
seats. $6500 605-6416505
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
753 SPORT
754 HEAVY TRUCKS
UTILITIES FOR SALE 2001 FREIGHT LINER
2004
CHEVROLET
SUBURBAN,
1500
Sport Utility, power
windows/locks,
new
tires, 3rd seat w/rear
air, 115k miles. Very
clean, $11,000 605580-2425
2006 H3 HUMMER,
4x4, Luxury Package.
Heated Seats, Moon
Roof,
Low
Miles,
Upgraded Wheels, Nerf
Boards,
Warranty.
$24,000.
605-3414440
2007 JEEP LIBERTY.
White, pw, pb, pl, ps.
New tires, hwy miles.
Very clean. $12,250
OBO 605-645-1625
2008 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA. 2 door.
2600 miles. Like new,
auto, 4 wheel drive.
Removable
T/top.
$24,000 OBO 605-5783369
‘73 JEEP CJ5 258. 3
speed, new tires. Brake
system,
windshield.
More new parts. $2900.
605-423-8130 or 605490-8910
FL70, Cat Motor, 6
Speed, 90,000 Miles,
22’ Flatbed, Good Truck,
25,500 GVW, $13,500,
307-643-2162
in
Beulah.
CRANE TRUCK FORD
F800, 189” wb, crane is
a National Series 200
605-206-0289
759 AUTO
ACCESSORIES
2 12” JL AUDIO Subs in
ported box, 2 900w
Rockford
Amps,
Kenwood and
Sony
receivers. $650 OBO.
605-645-2658
FOR SALE: ALPINE
Deck. Includes 6 Disc
Changer,
5
1/4
Speakers with Tweeters,
2 Alpine V12 Amps,
Boston acoustic 4x7’s
and Boston acoustic
Sub. $1000 OBO. Call
645-1849
and leave
message.
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FOR YOU! WHY NOT
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YOUR
AD
TODAYh
Black Hills Pioneer
and
Weekly Prospector
Startz & Startz
Landscaping
Residential & Commercial
CALL FOR A
FREE ESTIMATE
578-3434 • 580-3434
* Retaining Walls
* Grading
* Sod & Seeding * Sprinkler Systems
This spot just
opened up!
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Will Repair:
• Mowers • Weed Eaters • ATV’s • Motorcycles
• Chainsaws • Generators & more!
Lane Brengle, Owner
(605) 642-2761
315 Seaton Circle,
Spearfish, SD
Pha e
Electric Inc.
RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL
DEAN L. WEIS
Manager - Owner
PO Box 669
Spearfish, SD 57783
Ph.
642-9693
Fax
Wedding Receptions/
Event Center
Indoor/Outdoor
Historic
Golden Wheel
Dancehall
Whitewood, SD
605-639-0024 • [email protected] • Spearfish, SD 57783
Belle Fourche, Spearfish
Ad Representative
1976 JEEP CJ7, Red,
Hard Top. 6 cyl-Auto
FT
4-wheel
with
Quadratrac.
Fresh
Motor. First
$5900
takes it!
605-6422344 days, 605-6427833 evenings/weekends
JEEP LAREDO, 1986,
Last of WWII type,
white/gold, all accessories, automatic, all
documents, 91,800 original miles, $10K, 605347-6071
PRICE
REDUCED:
1973
CORVETTE
STINGRAY
350,
4
speed. 1973 Corvette
Yellow in color. T-Tops.
$21,000. Call 605-6422344 days, 605-6427833 evenings.
SEE
APARTMENTS
FOR RENT ON THE
NEXT PAGE!
COLOR MYSTIQUE
Your One-Stop Clean-Up Shop!
• Complete Interior Clean-Up
• Shampoo with Scotch Guard available
• Hand Wash & Waxing/Buffing
• Rock Chip & Light Scratch Repair
• Tar Removal • Steam Clean Engines
Call 642-2761, 584-2303
or 341-0086
Factory authorized Briggs & Stratton,
Blue Max & Poulan Pro.
Sona O’Connell
“1973”
MUSTANG
COUPE. All refurbished.
2 owner car. Must see to
appreciate. Call 605559-0247 leave message. Last of the
“Classics”.
Call
584-2303 or
642-2761
BRENGLE
&
761 COLLECTIBLE
AUTOS
642-5757
605-690-1688
FREE ESTIMATES • Gift Certificates
3150 4th Ave., Spearfish, SD
Specializing in
Portraits
with Personality
To make
an appointment,
please call
(605) 381-9296
or (605) 641-0935
[email protected]
historicgoldenwheeldancehall.com
Isn’t It YOUR
Turn To Rent This
Space?
Call 642-2761, 584-2303
or 341-0086
Jake’s Garage
No Job Is
!
Too Small
&
R & D CONSTRUCTION
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ROGER THOMAS
(605) 584-2701 or 580-1562
(Across from Midcontinent)
605-642-0562
Concrete Sidewalks &
Flatwork • New Construction
Repair & Remodeling
Sharon Mason
Lead-Deadwood,
Whitewood Ad
Representative
(605) 584-2303
7 South Main,
Lead, SD
Aaron
Schoon
3308 W. Fairground Loop #3
Spearfish, SD 57783
Award-winning paint
and restoration!
605-641-5701
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
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• Featuring Premium &
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replacement and headlight
polishing
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• Fire, Smoke & Water Damage Cleanup
• Mold Inspection & Removal
• Air Duct/Dryer Vent Cleaning
• Carpet, Upholstery &
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AIRPORT
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SHUTTLE
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Rapid City • Mt. Rushmore
Spearfish • Black Hills
Custer • Sturgis • Deadwood
Remodeling
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• Driveways
• Patios
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GEICO Field
Representative
Licensed in South Dakota,
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1575 LaCrosse Street, Suite A
Rapid City, SD 57701
Telephone: (605) 348-6060 Fax: (605) 342-9318
Claims: 1-800-841-3000
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Aaron’s Handyman
Services
• Snow Removal • Furniture
Moving • Kitchen & Bathroom
Remodel • Egress Windows
• Concrete • Decks • Roofing
• Plumbing • Garages • Painting
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• Aluminum Cans
Commercial Dumpsters
Appliance Pickup
Lazy B Ent. since 2002
www.blackhills.com/recycle
605-722-1807
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IF INTERESTED IN A ROUTE CALL
CHARITY AT 642-2761
315 Seaton Circle, Spearfish, 642-2761
7 South Main, Lead, 584-2303
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April 29
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Belle Fourche Regional Senior Care
announces April Employee
of the Month
Belle Fourche Regional Senior Care has recognized Jolene Beeman, Housekeeping Aide, as its
April Employee of the Month. She has been
employed with Regional Health since 1989.
Courtesy photo
Bishop visits St. James
Episcopal Church
The Rev. John T. Tarrant, third from the left, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota visited St. James Episcopal Church in Belle Fourche Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11. Also pictured at far right is the Rev. Sandy Williams and Deacon Mike Weaver, far right, and the Rev.
Evelyn Weaver, all clergy at St. James. Courtesy photo
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
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Mobile dental clinic a success in Belle Fourche
The crew and helpers who participated in the Delta Dental/Ronald McDonald mobile dental clinic in Belle Fourche held April 5-9. Pictured are dentists, technicians, community nurses, social workers, business sponsors and volunteers. About 45 youth received $24,800 in dental work during the clinic. Courtesy photo
Sports
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BELLE FOURCHE
BHSU
LEAD-DEADWOOD
SPEARFISH
STURGIS
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
[email protected]
Jackets softballers swept by Dickinson State
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Decker wins at Sturgis; Spartans finish second
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER SPORTS
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Black Hills State golf and track
teams compete at Dickinson State
S"EC%A'
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DICKINSON, N.D. — The Black
Hills State 8niversity golf team finished
their season a day earlier then they
had expected, as weather forced the
cancelation of the second day of competition at the Dickinson State Invitational
Golf tournament Monday in Dickinson,
N.D.
The Iellow Jackets finished in third
place, with two golfers landing in the
top 10 individually.
The Iellow Jackets finished 11
strokes behind Dickinson State who
won the tournament qith a score of 348.
Black Hills State shot a team score of
359 for the meet.
The Iellow Jackets were led by
Emily Chapman who shot an 87.
Jenessa Rantapaa finished tied for sixth
place with a score of 90.
Track
DICKINSON, N.D. — Three Black
Hills State women picked up some
much important team points in the heptathlon event in the first events of the
DAC Conference Championship Meet
in Dickinson, N.D.
Kayla Haines and Lisa Koch finished
Sports Happenings
Pitch, hit, and
run deadline
April 28
SPEARFISH — The
City of Spearfish will host a
FREE Aquafina\ Ma]or
League Baseball\ Pitch, Hit
and Run competition for
boys and girls, ages seven to
14 at 9^30 a.m. Saturday,
May 1, at the Pope and
Talbot Fields off College
Lane in Spearfish.
Boys and girls compete
separately in four age divisions^ seven to eight, nine to
10, 11 to 12, and 13 to 14,
and have the chance to
advance through four levels
of competition, including
Team Championships at
Ma]or League ballparks and
the National Finals at the
2010 MLB All-Star Game.
The individual Pitching,
Hitting and Running
Champions, along with the
All-Around Champion in
each age group at the Local
Competition will be awarded
and advance to the Sectional
Level of Competition.
All participants must
bring a copy of their birth
certificate and registration
form, by April 28, to the
Spearfish Rec ` Aquatics
Center.
Participants can request a
registration form by contacting the Spearfish Rec `
Aquatics Center at
third and fourth respectively in the
womenYs heptathlon, earning a combined 11 team points for the Iellow
Jackets.
Iellow Jacket senior Shannon
Hellman finished first overall in the
event as she picked up 10 team points.
Hellman finished first in five of the
seven events she entered.
The Iellow Jacket track and field
team will continue the remaining events
of the DAC Conference Championship
Meet in Rapid City on May 7.
The Jackets run in the8NK Twilight
in Kearney, Neb., Friday.
605.722.1430 or by sending
an e-mail
tokelly.elletsonbcityofspearfish.com.
Northern Hills
Training
Center Disc
Golf Tourney
May 1
SPEARFISH — A disc
golf tournament in support
of Northern Hills Training
Center will be held on
Saturday, May 1 on the campus of Black Hills State
8niversity.
Registration will be held
at 9^00am on the 1st tee of
the golf course. Rounds will
begin at 10 a.m.
Flying through the air
Entry fees are $5 for students and members of
Countryside Disc Golf Club
and $10 for community
members.
Prizes will be awarded to
the top three winners in divisions of Beginners, Juniors,
Intermediate and Advanced.
All levels of players are
invited.
For more information,
please contact Chris at e605f
642-2785 x 243,
davisbnhtc.org or Nathan
Hoogshagen at
Nathan.hoogshagenbyellow]ackets.bhsu.edu.
Northern Hills Training
Center has been providing
supports and services to
adults with developmental
disabilities for over 30 years
and is located in Spearfish.
1or 4our 6ocal
Track
Results...
Kaylee Willard of Belle
Fourche competes in the
long jump at the
Northern Hills Invite
track meet Tuesday in
Belle Fourche. Pioneer
photo by Dennis
Knuckles
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Black Hills
Pioneer
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Belle Fourche news
sponsored by the following
community
minded
businesses...
Black Hills Vision Care
Farm Bureau Insurance
Judy Johnson, REC BF
Scott Peterson Motors
Sports News+
Call Dennis at +42-2/+0
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER SPORTS
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Sliding to safety
New York Mets' Jason Bay (44) slides in with a first-inning RBI triple as Los Angeles Dodgers third
baseman Ronnie Belliard (3) waits for the throw during the second baseball game of a doubleheader in New York, Tuesday. AP Photo
BLACK HILLS PIONEER TOMORROW’S WEATHER
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ELDERS !on$in&e( *ro, Pa/e 0
be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the
Spearfish High School auditorium.
In its ninth year, the spirit of Elder's
Wisdom sets out to save the valuable
community link between children and
seniors, with one of its main goals
being to help bridge inevitable generation gaps that occur within the community.
Four elders are chosen by a staff
panel and classrooms interview them
about their lives. Then, with the help
of time generously donated by local
songwriters, lyrics are written and the
stories of the elders' lives are set to
music.
Thursday performance will showcase kids narrating the elder's life
story, followed up by the song they
have helped develop.
“Hou know, the really cool thing
about this has been getting to know
Iyle better,” Pratt said. “We've gotten
together and played guitars together a
couple of times. He's just a delightful
human being. He's my new hero.”
Schlup knows for a fact that the two
have also done lunch and later taken a
spin in Berry's '55 Chevy.
“Gordy and Iyle have formed such
a neat friendship, so that connection's
been neat,” Schlup said. “The kids
love to have Gordy come in and
rehearse. We've thrown them a lot of
different changes and they've really
stepped up to the plate.”
Perhaps the genuine smiles on the
students' faces and the unabashed
singing and swaying they engage in
during rehearsal are proof that Pratt's
bridge between them and their elder
has successfully been built.
“We wrote the chorus and Gordy
wrote the verses,” said fourth grade
student Connor Speirs proudly.
And how does the chorus play out,
without giving away too much of the
songR
“It goes, 'He was a fantastic teacher.
He tried to make a difference and he
did. Hes he did,'” Speirs sang.
The students have found out that
when “Wasta” is your birthplace and
consequently included in song lyrics,
that can pose a few interesting challenges.
“OU, one more time,” Pratt says.
“He was born in Wasta, back in
1941,” they sing over and over.
“Playin' guitar and playin' 'All
Around the Water Tank,'” sing the students, as Pratt launches into Berry's
favorite nostalgic song and the students laugh.
Berry said during his initial interview with the children that he never
really knew if he made an impact on
his students or not. But he hoped that
he had.
“The best part about all of this for
me was meeting Iyle,” said fourth
grade student Grace Raad. “My mom
and aunt had him as a teacher in high
school and my grandpa knew him and
they were good friends. I also think
it's cool he was the first one in the
class to make an airplane out of
paper.”
“I liked all of Iyle's dogs. They
were so cute-looking in the pictures he
brought to show us,” said fourth grade
student Iauren Hight.
He certainly made an impact on
Schlup's fourth graders.
“I can't wait to see Iyle's face when
he hears this,” Schlup said. “I think
he's going to be blown away.”
Other elders to be honored this year
include Hank Frawley, by Iisa
Merchen's class and Iinda Hughes, by
[ill Tiffany's class.
Elder's Wisdom/Children's Song is
sponsored by the Spearfish
Foundation for Public Education and
organized by Master of Ceremonies
Ieslie Speirs.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Rounds asks
Obama to declare
disaster in state
PIERRE — Gov. Mike Rounds is asking President
Barack Obama to declare a disaster in much of South
Dakota in the wake of widespread spring flooding.
A declaration would pave the way for federal aid
to help with the cost of infrastructure repairs.
The request is for public assistance in 30 counties
where preliminary assessments show flooding caused
more than `8.1 million in damage to roads, culverts,
bridges and other public infrastructure.
South Dakota has received two other presidential
disaster declarations recently, to help with recovery
from a Christmas blizzard and a late-[anuary ice
storm.
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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ered by first being warmed up, requiring
diesel fuel to start the engine and turn on a
pair of coolant-run heat exchangers.
Then, the waste vegetable fuel goes
through a pump and a filter that screens out
waste products, such as French fry chunks,
before going to the motor.
He said that opposed to petroleum diesel,
vegetable fuel works like a solvent that
cleans the engine. As a result, filters must be
changed regularly. “Vegetable oil is basically
a colonic for your car, it cleans out your
lines,” he said.
And once the conversion is made, the savings begin to pile up.
His Dodge Ram “Veggie Truck” has a
2500 Cummins Turbo Diesel that he said has
a 1,500 mile range on vegetable fuel, and he
sees no change in gas mileage, performance
or horsepower.
Its emissions contain about 50 percent less
carbon, and about 75 percent less carbon
dioxide, he said.
A good example of the road-prowess of
his veggie truck is the 23,000 mile road trip
that he and his fiancNe, Holly Hamilton,
recently took from Oion, Utah, to Fairbanks,
Alaska, and everywhere-in-between last year.
He said they found restaurants across the
country that were more than willing to part
with their used vegetable grease, and as a
result, the couple only spent Q61.00 for fuel
on the entire trip.
“It's disgustingly available,” he said about
waste vegetable oil, which he has made
agreements to remove from several local
restaurants. “They like it because they
(restaurants) don't have to pay a disposal fee,
and they don't need to hire someone to
empty a grease trap out back.”
He referred to waste vegetable oil as part
of the “natural ingredients” listed on makeup
labels, because much of it in the U.S. ends
up being shipped to China.
“It's already taken diesel fuel to ship it
here, it's a waste product, and I'm just happy
to make use of it,” he said.
Capp, who served in the Air Force and
traveled in 44 countries, now lives with his
fiancN on three acres in the lower valley area
of Spearfish. He tries to leave as little of a
carbon footprint as possible. He and his business partner, Josh Krueger, own a “green”
construction company called Earthworks in
Spearfish, specializing in using recycled and
local materials. They even ride bikes to some
of their construction sites.
He lives in an old farmhouse that uses
solar panels, and only rarely taps into the
power grid, he said. Nearly everything he
uses in his projects are recycled materials,
things that have been given to him or found
in the junkyard.
In addition to the Dodge Ram, Hamilton
drives a Subaru Outback wagon that has
been modified to run on veggie oil.
And he even converted an old Kawasaki
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
V-twin motorcycle to run on veggie oil, by
replacing the motor with a diesel engine, and
installing a transmission from a snowmobile.
He plans on selling the green apple green
motorcycle during the Rally to “buy more
solar panels.”
But 6-foot-1-inch Capp is not a typical
“hippie.” “You can be environmentally conscious and still be functional,” he said. “I'm a
big guy, I can't fit into a Prius.
I need a vehicle with four-wheel drive,
that can haul a trailer with 4,000 pounds of
concrete, or tow a Bobcat.”
There are plenty of other locals who run
their cars on veggie fuel, said Capp, but he
chooses to post signs on the back of his vehicles to show people that going green doesn't
necessarily mean spending a lot of money or
sacrificing much.
“I'm a different kind of hippie. I own a
gun, and I enjoy a good steak,” he said.
“There's a way you can do it responsibly.”
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In order to use the waste vegetable oil, the engine is started using regular diesel or
biodiesel. A coolant-run and an electric heat exhanger, like the pair shown above,
are installed in the engine block to warm the vegetable oil before going into the
engine. The first diesel motor built by German engineer, Rudolph Diesel, was actually
designed to run on peanut oil. Pioneer file photo by Kevin Norton
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