Untitled - Erin Jane Nelson

• DAKOTAS
FACE CLEANUP
PG. 5
• POST 164
IN ACTION
Friday, June 18, 2010
Vol. 135
#10
Wild Bill revealed
PG. 30
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■ Belle Fourche School
District proposes strict
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Daugaard picks Michels as
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Kevin Noble, the iconic Wild Bill is going to be in great demand this weekend during Wild Bill Days in Deadwood. Pioneer photo by Kevin Norton
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER LOCAL SCENE
Page 2
Friday, June 18, 2010
Sitting down with Wild Bill
■ One of Deadwood’s
most colorful historic
figures tells his past
!"ild 'ill (a*s,- the three2da* cele2
bration honorin7 (eadwood9s most infa2
mous resident, kicks off toda* with free
concerts, shoot2out competitions, histor2
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retrievers in the (ock(o7s event, and
much more. Bo find out
where this event 7ets its inspi2
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'ill Dickok himself, pla*ed
b* Eevin Foble, an actor and
histor* enthusiast who is fill2
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INDEX
LOCAL
OBITUARIES
STATE
MOVIE LISTING
EDITORIAL/OPINION
TRAVEL
TV SCHEDULES
COMICS
LEGALS/CLASSIFIEDS
COMMUNITY
SPORTS
WEATHER
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M. "hat are *our dimensions, "ild
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ken and #ild in nat+re. That na#e was
tagged to #e +nexpe*tedly. Most likely
it started after ! ran so#e desperadoes
away fro# town as #arshal, and so#e4
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Deadwood legends Wild Bill Hickok and his assassin Jack McCall, played by actors
Kevin Noble and Travis Pearson, pose for a picture. Pioneer photo by Kevin Norton
L. Dow do people react to "ild 'ill9s
entrance into a room?
There"s a lot of apprehension #ixed
with respe*t and *+riosity. Io+"d Ee
a#aJed how #any people of all ages
want to Ee like #e.
K. (oes "ild 'ill !pla* well- with
others?
Most definitely. ! *an talk to anyone,
whether it"s +sing gold4#ining slang
with the Eoys, or eloH+ently *onversing
with the +pper4end folks. And !"#
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is, +ntil people give #e a reason not to
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N. "hat is *our reputation
with the womenfolk?
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E+t ! #arried AEigail Lake
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! like to ga#Ele and ! like whiskey, so
the nights *an get pretty late.
Q. "h* do *ou like 7amblin7?
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away the ti#e, to keep yo+r Erain fro#
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that yo+ *an"t *hange, anyway.
HR. Dow man* brothers and sisters
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Car rally shifts into high gear
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Car Rally rolls into Belle Fourche today.
Hundreds of car and racing enthusiasts will
begin registering their cars for a weekend
packed full of events. The Slow Drag
Competition will take place at 1 p.m. today
in front of Lueders Food Center and a
“Block Party,” featuring various vendors,
music and food will take place at Scott
Peterson Motors beginning at 6 p.m. For
the real car enthusiasts an actual burnout
demonstration will take place at 8 p.m.
The public is encouraged to attend this
evening of events to see what the All Car
Rally is all about. Pictured is Dennis
Bobier's 1940 Ford Coupe, just one of several unique vehicles showcased at the
2009 All Car Rally Show and Shine event,
organized again this year for Saturday at
Herrmann Park. Look in tomorrow's
Pioneer for more coverage on this event.
Pioneer file photo
Friday, June 18, 2010
BLACK HILLS PIONEER LOCAL SCENE
Buckle up
Driving along in
my automobile
■ Summer time is
Driver’s Ed time
BY JACI CONRAD PEARSON
Black Hills Pioneer
Seventh and eighth grade driver education students from Spearfish Middle School watched a
rollover simulation on Tuesday, June 15. Three Highway Patrol officers explained the importance of driving safely pointing our subjects such as texting and talking on the phone while
driving, among many other distractions that can occur. They also discussed consequences of
making poor decisions on the road and that their diving will not only affect them, but other
drivers as well. The rollover simulation showed what can happen to occupants of a vehicle as
a consequence to not wearing their seatbelt. There are 27 students in the class, as well as
two other driver education classes in the district. Pioneer photo by Sara Koch
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See DRIVERS ED — Page 4
It's a rodeo ... for bikes
Cpl. Josh Bach with the Belle Fourche Police Department guides a few attendees of the Belle Fourche Police Department's “Bike Rodeo” May 11 at the
Belle Fourche Area Community Center. Close to 40 youth showed to register
their bikes, receive a new bike helmet and maneuver their two-wheelers
through a safety course. The annual event is sponsored by the police department in order to encourage area youth to ride with the right gear. The registration of each bicycle is necessary for the police department to keep on file
in the case of a theft. Assistance was provided by Belle Fourche Police Chief
Rob Hansen and his wife Mary, Tanya and Jason Butler, Albert Rockwood,
James DeCaire, Dan Brady and Robin Tracy and the staff at Camp Oasis, a
program at the Belle Fourche Area Community Center. Courtesy photo by
Mary Hansen
BLACK HILLS PIONEER OBITUARIES
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER STATE NEWS
Tornadoes leave trail of
destruction in Dakotas
Page 5
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A funnel cloud forms
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Thursday afternoon. A
number of tornados
were reported in the
northern Red River
Valley of North Dakota
and Minnesota into
the evening Thursday.
Courtesy photo by
Grand Forks Herald
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U*A-< $"*`+I -S<S bAPc d
*esidents in t:e <akotas are cleaninG NL
aFter tornadoesI stronG Oinds and :eaHJ
rain sOeLt t:roNG: t:e statesI leaHinG a
trail oF destroJed PNildinGs and FloodinG
in t:eir OakeS
A stor= sJste= t:at ProNG:t deadlJ
tornadoes to ,innesota on 4:NrsdaJ also
sLaOned tOisters on t:e -ort: <akota
side oF t:e *ed *iHerS -o in\Nries or
deat:s Oere reLortedS
-ancJ Barner said s:e Feels lNckJ to
Pe aliHe aFter a s:oL Oas destroJed aPoNt
61 Feet Fro= O:ere s:e Oas standinG in a
s=all sNPdiHision Oest oF Urand $orksS
"Oen <a:l and :is OiFeI <ePPieI lost
t:eir OeldinG PNsinessI :o=eI t:ree s:eds
and a car O:en a tornado riLLed t:roNG:
t:eir LroLertJ oNtside -ort:OoodS
eWeRre \Nst Glad <ePPie and % are saFe
PecaNse Oe s:oNld :aHe Peen killedIe
"Oen <a:l saidS
e%t Oas :ard to Oatc:I Jet it Oas Fasci.
natinG at t:e sa=e ti=eIe :e saidS e4:e
LoOer Oas NnPelieHaPle and aOeso=e to
Oatc:S % Oas a=afed :oO it tore t:roNG:
eHerJt:inGSe
Al 8oelkerI senior =eteoroloGist Oit:
t:e -ational Weat:er +erHice oFFice in
Urand $orksI said tornadoes are not
Nnco==on in t:e *ed *iHer 8alleJ PNt
t:at t:e sife oF 4:NrsdaJRs stor= =ade it
stand oNtS
e4:ereRs a coNLle oF Ns t:at :aHe Got
aPoNt 71 Jears in t:e Oeat:er serHice
and t:e onlJ one Oe can t:ink oF t:at
Oas so=eO:at oF a si=ilar sitNation Oas
in 5VVVIe :e saidI reFerrinG to a WNne /
oNtPreak oF 51 tornadoes t:at tore NL
:o=es in t:e toOn oF ,oNntain and
See TORNADOES— Page 8
Toy Story 3 (G) Sorry No Passes
Mon – Fri 6:45 & 8:45
Sat and Sun 2:00, 4:15, 6:45 & 8:45
Shrek Forever After (PG)
Mon – Fri 7:00 & 9:00
Sat and Sun 2:00, 4:15, 7:00 & 9:00
A Team (PG13)
Mon – Fri 7:00 & 9:15
Sat and Sun 1:30, 4:00, 7:00 & 9:15
DAUGAARD Continued from Page 1
4:e <e=ocratic candidate For GoHer.
<aNGaard Oas a state senator For si[
norI +enate =inoritJ leader +cott
Jears and :as Peen lieNtenant GoHernorI
HeideLrie=I Licked a larGelJ NnknoOn
t:e +enateRs LresidinG oFFicerI since
*eLNPlican PNsiness=anI Ben ArndtI
6117 as UoHS ,ike *oNndsR rNnninG
O:oRs neHer rNn For oFFice
=ateS
PeFore and O:ose Fat:er.in.
,ic:els said t:eir Lat:s
laO is c:air=an oF
First crossed dNrinG serHice
HeideLrie=Rs ca=LaiGnS
on a \NHenile.issNes Lanel
<aNGaardRs ca=LaiGn trea.
and t:eJ oFten coordinated
sNrer is For=er $irst TadJ
Oit: one anot:er in t:eir
Tinda Ura:a= ,ickelsonI
roles as HoNse sLeaker and
O:ose :NsPand UoHS UeorGe
+enate LresidentS
+S ,ickelson Oas killed in
,ic:els Oas Lri=e sLon.
t:e 5VV7 state airLlane cras:S
sor oF a Proad HarietJ oF sNc.
%n taLLinG ,ic:elsI
cessFNl leGislationS
<aNGaard Lassed oHer t:e
A=onG t:e =easNres :e
Matt
FoNr ot:er *eLNPlicans :e
led to LassaGe Oere GiHinG
Michels
deFeated in t:e WNne X Lri=a.
coNnties aNt:oritJ to reGNlate
rJS ,ic:elsI Y1I a *eLNPlican
oFF.road He:icles in :iG:OaJ
Fro= ZanktonI serHed in t:e
ditc:es] settinG NL a Lrocess
state HoNse oF *eLresentatiHes Fro=
For laO enForce=ent to GiHe PNsinesses
5VVV t:roNG: 611/S
t:e license Llate inFor=ation Fro= FNel
He Oas sLeaker oF t:e HoNseI t:e
driHe.oFFs] estaPlis:inG a c:ildrenRs
c:a=PerRs toL LresidinG oFFicerI For t:e
=ental :ealt: task Force] and doNPlinG
6117 t:roNG: 611/ leGislatiHe sessionsS
t:e ti=e Leriod For a LersonRs driHer
He Oas Oell knoOn a=onG laO=akers
license to Pe sNsLended For drNG oFFens.
For :is easJ Oit and intelliGenceI and
esS
took sLecial interest in t:e +oNt: <akota
,ic:els Oas Porn in Pierre and GreO
*etire=ent +Jste= and t:e +tate
NL in 8er=illionS He receiHed :is laO
%nHest=ent "FFiceS
deGree Fro= t:e )niHersitJ oF +oNt:
Jonah Hex (PG13)
Mon – Fri 6:45 & 9:00
Sat and Sun 1:45, 4:30, 6:45 & 9:00
<akota in 5VXYS He serHed in t:e )S+S
-aHJ Fro= 5VXY t:roNG: 5VXVS He sNP.
se_NentlJ =oHed to Zankton and is
General coNnsel For AHera Healt:S He is
also trained as a reGistered nNrseS
,ic:elsR OiFeI `arenI is a daNG:ter
oF <rS BS"S TindPloo= oF PierreS 4:e
coNLle :as one sonS
Zankton &oNntJ is an i=Lortant
Lolitical PackGroNndI Oit: leGislators
Fro= Pot: LartiesS 4:e coNntJ LrodNced
t:e <e=ocratsR candidate For lieNtenant
GoHernor in t:e 5VVa raceI Wi= APPottI
and t:e <e=ocratsR no=inee For GoHer.
nor in 5VVXI state leGislator Bernie
HNn:oFFS
,ic:elsR selection =eans Pot: t:e
*eLNPlican and t:e <e=ocratic tickets
co=e entirelJ Fro= soNt:eastern +oNt:
<akotaS
<aNGaard liHes in t:e Uarretson area
oF rNral ,inne:a:a &oNntJ and Oorked
as t:e c:ieF e[ecNtiHe For &:ildrenRs
Ho=e +ocietJ in +ioN[ $alls Nntil :is
resiGnation to ca=LaiGn last FallS
HeideLrie= is a +ioN[ $alls laOJer
and Arndt is a toL oFFicer For Bell
PaLer in +ioN[ $allsI OorkinG For :is
Fat:er.in.laOI ,ark Ura:a=S
Get Him to the Greek (R)
Mon – Fri 9:00 ONLY
Sat and Sun 9:00 ONLY
Robin Hood (PG13)
Mon – Fri 6:30
Sat and Sun 1:15, 4:00, 6:30
Karate Kid (PG) Sorry No Passes
Mon – Fri 6:30 & 9:15
Sat and Sun 1:00, 3:45, 6:30 & 9:15
UGLY TIE CONTEST
Sunday, June 20th
All Fathers attending Toy Story 3
with their Families are eligible.
There will be a prize for the
winner at each showtime.
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Opinion
Page 6
Friday, June 18, 2010
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Deadwood lawyer
!eadwood's *istor. ma. not 1e t*e
Qdams and Wo*n >unter8 ot*er men
first t*ing t*at 4omes to mind w*en 4on5
interested in getting to !eadwood< T*e
sidering t*e pra4ti4e of 7aw8 1ut for as
trio de4ided to tra;e7 to t*e mining
man. 7egends w*o 1ro:e t*e ru7es and
town8 and t*e. [oined a wagon train of
7i;ed rip5roaring 7i;es in
immigrants going from
!eadwood8 t*ere were a7so
Xismar4: to !eadwood w*i4*
t*ose w*o a1ided 1. and
arri;ed on t*e ?ourt* of Wu7.8
up*e7d t*e 7aw< =ne man
1HRR< To t*is da.8 a77 t*ree
remem1ered for *is 7aw pra45
men are remem1ered as
ti4e in !eadwood is >enr.
important 4ommunit. mem5
?raw7e.8 t*oug* t*is
1ers in !eadwood8 and per5
!eadwood 7aw.er's profession
*aps t*e start of t*eir 7ife7ong
was on7. one part of *is a4ti;e
friends*ip getting to
7ife and interests<
!eadwood was part of t*eir
T*omas and >onora
su44ess<
Kaija
A>oganB ?raw7e. 4ame to t*e
>enr. ?raw7e. pra4ti4ed
Cnited Dtates from t*e 4ount.
7aw in !eadwood from *is
Swisher
of Eimeri4:8 Fre7and in 1HIH8
arri;a7 in 1HRR unti7 *is deat*
and t*eir son >enr. was 1orn
in 1\SR< Fn No;em1er of
in Jas*ington Count.8 N<M<8 on Nar4*
1HR\8 *e formed a partners*ip wit*
1O8 1HP1< >e was t*e o7dest of nine 4*i75
Vdward E< ]o*en8 and t*e firm ?raw7e.
dren8 and t*e fami7. mo;ed to
and ]o*en 4ou7d 1e found in !eadwood
Jis4onsin8 w*ere >enr. grew up on t*e
unti7 1HH1< >enr. 1e4ame t*e 7ega7
*omestead and started s4*oo7 1efore
4ounse7 for t*e C*i4ago8 Xur7ington ^
attending Q71ion Q4adem. in !ane
_uin4. `ai7road Compan.8 and t*e 4ur5
Count.< Q77 nine 4*i7dren wou7d go on
rent Ni4:e7son Trai7 eTists 1e4ause of
to t*e Cni;ersit. of Jis4onsin in
>enr.a *e was instrumenta7 in a4buiring
Nadison8 and >enr. started in 1HRS< >e
t*e rig*t of wa. for t*e rai7road 7ine t*at
went on to 7aw s4*oo7 after graduating8
ran from !eadwood to Vdgemont< >e
as wou7d siT of *is 1rot*ers< Fn 1HRU8 *e
represented t*e 4ompan. t*roug*out t*e
pra4ti4ed 7aw in Jis4onsin8 and a7most
4onstru4tion of t*e rai7road 7ines in t*e
immediate7.8 *e was nominated for t*e
X7a4: >i77s8 and *e 4ontinued to repre5
state's attorne. of !ane Count.8 1ut was
sent t*e 4ompan. unti7 *is deat*< >e
defeated8 at w*i4* point *e went to Vau
a7so represented t*e Qmeri4an Nationa7
C7aire and wor:ed unti7 t*e spring of
Xan:8 co7den `eward Conso7idated
1HRR8 w*en *e de4ided to tr. 7aw on *is
co7d Nining Compan.8 and t*e >idden
own< Fn Wune *e tra;e7ed 1. train to
?ortune co7d Nining Compan.8 as we77
Xismar4:8 !a:ota Territor.8 *oping to
as ot*er mining 4ompanies<
dis4o;er a 7o4ation to open a 7aw pra45
>is pra4ti4e was su44essfu78 and *e
ti4e<
was 4onsidered a great 7aw.er in t*e
Ei:e most peop7e8 >enr. *ad *eard
state of Dout* !a:ota and a4ted as t*e
a1out t*e 4o7orfu7 YfrontierZ town of
defense attorne. in 4rimina7 4ases
!eadwood8 and on4e in Xismar4:8 *e
t*roug*out Jestern Dout* !a:ota8
found *imse7f in t*e 4ompan. of J<V<
J.oming8 and Nort*western Ne1ras:a<
DOONESBURY
BY GARY TRUDEAU
PUBLISHER, Letitia Lister
MANAGING EDITOR, Mark Watson
AD MANAGER, Dru Thomas
315 Seaton Circle, Spearfish, SD 57783
7 South Main, Lead, SD 57754
Phone 605-642-2761 • Fax 605-642-9060
Email: [email protected]
PRODUCTION
MANAGER, Scott Lister
CIRCULATION
DIRECTOR, Charity Runnells
ACCOUNTING, Ardith Richards
Qfter *is partners*ip wit* ]o*en8 *e
pra4ti4ed 7aw a7one unti7 1H\I8 w*en
Wo*n P< Eaffe. was an asso4iate in *is
firm< Qs a77 1ut one of t*e ?raw7e.
1rot*ers *ad graduated from 7aw s4*oo78
t*ere were sometimes more ?raw7e.s in
t*e 7aw offi4e t*an [ust >enr.< Qt one
point8 t*ree of t*e ?raw7e. 1rot*ers
pra4ti4ed toget*era >enr.8 Wames8 and
Vdward were prominent attorne.s in
!eadwood from 1H\S51\eO< T*e firm
1e4ame ?raw7e. ^ Eaffe.8 1ut in 1H\U8
Wames e;entua77. 1e4ame more interest5
ed in go7d mining and went to Nome8
Q7as:a< Eaffe. 4ontinued wit* >enr.
unti7 ?e1ruar.8 1\eO8 w*en Vdward
rep7a4ed *im as partner8 and t*e firm
again 4*anged its name to ?raw7e. and
?raw7e.<
Xesides :eeping 1us. wit* t*eir pro5
fession8 >enr. and Vdward got in;o7;ed
wit* 1ui7ding up 4ommunit. organifa5
MALLARD FILLMORE
tions8 wit* >enr. 1e4oming a 4*arter
mem1er of t*e !eadwood V7:s Eodge
gPeH8 founded in 1\ee8 w*i7e Vdward
was a 4*arter mem1er of t*e Nationa7
Coun4i7 of t*e ]nig*ts of Co7um1us for
t*e 4it. of Eead and was a mem1er of
X7a4: >i77s Coun4i7 gReO8 4*artered on
!e4< U8 1\eO< >enr. was a7so a 7o;er of
1oo:s8 *a;ing one of t*e 7argest and
1est5se7e4ted 7aw and pri;ate 7i1raries in
t*e state of Dout* !a:ota< Xeing in a
4ommunit. of miners8 >enr. was a7so
interested in go7d mining and in;ested
in propert.< >e was a7so interested in
agri4u7ture8 and one of *is properties
wou7d 1e4ome one of t*e 7argest ran4*es
in t*e area8 1ut t*at's a stor. for anot*er
wee:< >is 7aw pra4ti4e got >enr. started
in !eadwood8 1ut it 4ertain7. wasn't t*e
on7. t*ing t*at defines *im in *istor.<
Dta. tuned neTt wee: for t*e rest of t*e
stor.h
BY BRUCE TINSLEY
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Life
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Jesus
Teresa
Jesus
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Journey
Home
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Him
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Garfield
Baby Blues
For Better or For Worse
The Born Loser
Frank and Ernest
Ernie
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Friday, June 18, 2010
by Jim Davis
by Jerry Scott & Rick Kirkman
by Lynn Johnston
by Art & Chip Sansom
by Bob Thaves
by Bud Grace
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DEAR ABBY: My sister and
I have always been close. My
niece was popular, blond,
petite and a high school
cheerleader who dated the
quarterback. My daughter,
“Amber,” was studious, wore
thick glasses and no makeup,
but was happy and well-liked.
We accepted and celebrated
their differences.
My niece stayed in town,
working part-time in an office
and taking a few classes at
junior college while waiting
until her boyfriend finished
college, became a professional athlete and they rode off
into the sunset. As fate would
have it, he returned home —
with a new cheerleader.
Amber went off to an Ivy
League school on a scholarship. When she returned
home 10 pounds lighter, with
long, highlighted hair and
contact lenses, we didn’t recognize her. She’s a knockoutV
My sister and my niece
have now cooled toward us
and make cutting remarks
about Amber. They have started acting strangely, badmouthing the ex-boyfriend and
his family, even at church
functions. I want to talk to my
sister, but I’m at a loss on how
to start or what to say. Any
ideas? — LOST IN LONG
BEACH
DEAR LOST: You are
describing two very unhappy
women, for whom things
haven’t turned out as planned.
Your daughter, the “ugly duckling,” has transitioned into a
swan. CongratulationsV She is
now considered to be “competition.” Now please try to be
gracious. Pick up the phone
and call your sister. Tell her
you’re concerned about her
because she seems to have
become “withdrawn” lately —
and see if you can draw her
out. It appears she and her
daughter are going through a
bad time right now.
DEAR ABBY: I was visiting
my father when he got the
phone call from his doctor with
the results of his biopsy. It
was lung cancer. I tried my
best not to cry, but I couldn’t
help myself and my father
comforted me.
I want to be strong and
“there” for him, but my heart is
breaking because I can’t think
of anything to make this better
for him. I can’t bear the
thought of losing him. I lost my
mom five years ago, and Dad
helped me through that. When
my father is gone, I will have
no one.
I feel guilty that I’m more
concerned about my feelings
when I should be concentrating on helping Dad feel better.
I hate that my emotions are so
close to the surface. I worry
most of the time anyway, and
this has thrown me for a loop.
Have you any advice on how I
can pull it together and be
supportive of my father? —
DEVASTATED IN OKLAHOMA
DEAR DEVASTATED: Yes,
I do. Cancer is a scary word,
but it is important to remember
that, in many cases, it is not
the death sentence that it was
even 10 years ago. In other
words, your father may go into
remission or even recover
completely. So please stop
panicking that you may lose
him, because he needs you
right now.
If you can, accompany him
to doctor’s appointments. You
can take notes and help him
evaluate and understand his
treatment options — because
when people are stressed
they sometimes tend to forget
what they have been told or
what questions they wanted to
ask.
Contact the American
Cancer Society about online
and local support groups that
offer up-to-date information
regarding therapies and clinical studies, as well as places
to find the emotional support
you are looking for. Help is
there if you just reach out. The
toll-free number is (800) aa7a345 and its website is
www.cancer.org.
Dear Abby is written by
Abigail Van Buren, also
known as Jeanne Phillips, and
was founded by her mother,
Pauline Phillips. Write Dear
Abby at www.DearAbby.com
or P.O. Box 69440, Los
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price.)
Friday, June 18, 2010
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Alley Oop
by Dave Graue 2 3ack Bender
Arlo & Janis
by 3immy
3ohnson
Herman
Page 13
BRIDGE
by 3im Znger
The same technique
can be defensive
Og Mandino, an author born in
Italy but who lived most of his life
in the Znited States, said, [\ailure
will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong
enough.]
That is a good thought for
everyone to keep in mind. In this
deal, though, declarer is doomed
to failure if a defender’s determination is strong enough. How can
East-West overtake declarer in the
NEA Crossword Puzzle
Funky Winkerbean
by Tom Batiuk
Astrograph
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Although nothing is likely to be
handed to you on a silver platter in
the year ahead, you can accomplish
far more than you ever thought possible if you are prepared to work toward your aims. You’ll be capable of
remarkable attainments.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - There is no question that
you will give of yourself to others when needed without
thinking about what’s in it for you. This will elevate you in
the eyes of others.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Taking on more responsibility than others might doesn’t brother you a bit. When
you see someone in need, you won’t hesitate for a minute
to jump in and help however you can.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Because of your good attitude, you’ll take on finishing an old endeavor with the
same enthusiasm you might eGhibit with a new one and,
because of this, complete the job in no time flat.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Conditions couldn’t be
more favorable for you at this time, both with your job and
your wallet. If you should have to go to work, it could turn
out to be a red-letter day.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) - You’ve been blessed with
being able to eGpress yourself creatively. Whatever it is
you choose to do, you’ll do well, and it will prove to have
a long-lasting, beautifying effect.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) - Someone you helped in
the past might make an effort to pitch in and support
whatever it is you are attempting to do. With this person’s
race to the finish line in three notrumpL
Remember, do not worry about
a weak suit when contemplating
no-trump _unless an opponent has
bid that suit`. Your partner is supposed to have you covered. Yes,
occasionally he won’t and you will
go down, but that will be a rare
occurrence. You would lose many
more points than you would gain
if, for eGample, with a hand like
North’s, you steer your partnership
into a club contract. _Note that five
clubs has no chance and it takes
careful defense to defeat three notrump.`
West leads the diamond five,
fourth-highest from his longest and
strongest. East wins with his ace
_third hand high` and returns the
queen.
Now is West’s big moment. He
must overtake with his kingb otherwise, failure will overtake him.
Notice that with dummy’s nine and
RW falling, West can use his eightseven combination to drive out
South’s jack. Then, when West
gets back in with his club ace, he
can cash the rest of his diamonds.
The defenders take four diamonds
and one club.
But if West plays low on the
second diamond, greedily hoping
that East has a third diamond,
the contract can no longer be
overtaken.
help, your project should be completed speedily.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) - Your tempo might
be a bit faster than others, so if you are working on a collective endeavor, take a few breaks from time to time to
let co-workers catch up with you.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Even if this isn’t a
workday for you, engage in something that could yield
you some type of material reward. It’s one of those days
when making money comes easy.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) - Engage in something
that requires special knowledge and abilities in your tool
kit. You’ll be especially adept at working on projects that
require your particular skills.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) - Don’t hesitate to initiate
some necessary changes you feel could help alter your
lifestyle or situation. You might be surprised at how easily
you’ll be able to accomplish your aims.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Because you have a
clear idea of where you stand at the moment on things
that are important to you, it shouldn’t take much for you to
go along or reject an issue everyone else is pondering.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - You can be a bit of a
spendthrift when there is something out there you really
want, regardless of the cost. Should you spot something
you’ve just got to have, you won’t hesitate.
Trying to patch up a broken romanceL The AstroGraph Matchmaker can help you understand what to do
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Legals
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e+ti4ate )/r Ciring, 4etering an> plug-in+ i+ appr/ei4ately d70,000 )/r t"e
t"ree 7l/2F area. Pay4ent
C/ul> /22ur in late +u44er 2011, 7ut >ire2ti/n i+
nee>e> n/C t/ in2lu>e t"e
4aterial+ in t"e +pe2i)i2ati/n+ )/r t"e Septe47er 7i>
letting.
Da9i+ 4/9e>,
S2"4it +e2/n>e> an> all
9/te> t/ )ir+t pre+ent t"i+
reZue+t t/ t"e D/Cnt/Cn
Bu+ine++ A++/2iati/n an>
Vi+it Spear)i+" B/ar>+ an>
return t/ 2/44ittee+ Cit"
re2/44en>ati/n.
Street Ben2"e+ - Huinn
4/9e>, M/rgan +e2/n>e>
an> all 9/te> t/ pur2"a+e
+treet 7en2"e+ at a 2/+t n/t
t/ ee2ee> d4,000.
Re2 Pat" Eeten+i/n
Opti/n+ - Pu7li2 W/rF+
A>4ini+trat/r @/"n+/n >i+2u++e> t"ree Re2 Pat"
Eeten+i/n Opti/n+ an>
a+Fe> C/un2il )/r >ire2ti/n
/) C"i2" tC/ trail eeten+i/n+ t/ >e+ign in 2010.
C/un2il in>i2ate> t"at )ir+t
pri/rity C/ul> 7e a r/ute t/
t"e neC +2"//l area CreeF+i>e Trail. Due t/
)lat 7anF+ an> Ci>e )l//>
plain, a22epta7le area+ )/r
t"e 2/nne2t/r 7ri>ge are
li4ite>. Lay/ut /) t"e
CreeF+i>e trail pla2e+ t"e
7ri>ge in )airly 2l/+e pr/ei4ity t/ @/rgen+en ParF
Bri>ge an> +ta)) )eel+ t"i+
i+ t// 2l/+e. T"ere i+ a
nee> t/ C/rF Cit" a pr/perty /Cner t/ a2Zuire an
ea+e4ent a+ Cell. T"e
San>+t/ne trail eeten+i/n
C/ul> pr/9i>e a >ire2t
r/ute )r/4 Win>4ill t/ t"e
parF area.
T"e
Hy>r/^Winter9ille area
trail 2/4plete+ t"e l//p
Cit" t"e eei+ting trail t"at
i+ alrea>y in grin>ing+ an>
C/ul> al+/ "a9e a +4all
parFing l/t near t"e >i+2
g/l) a22e++ area. It C/ul>
al+/ eeten> t"e 2/re Re2.
Pat" )r/4 t"e neC parFing
l/t +/ut" t/ t"e Fi/+F area
near t"e 7ri>ge in t"e
Cany/n. S2"4it 4/9e>
an> BaFer +e2/n>e> t/
>e+ign CreeF+i>e Trail in
2010 Cit" /pti/n B an>
Bri>ge De+ign.
M/ti/n
pa++e> /n 9/i2e 9/te Cit"
Y/ung 9/ting n/.
NeC Hire- Li7rary M/rgan 4/9e>, Y/ung
+e2/n>e> an> all 9/te> t/
"ire Hanna" Hepper a+ a
Li7rary Page, gra>e 1, +tep
1, d8.13 per "/ur, e))e2ti9e
@une 8, 2010.
Su44er Hire- Re2
Center - Huinn 4/9e>,
M/rgan +e2/n>e> an> all
9/te> t/ "ire Step"en
Ree>, +ea+/nal Ranit/rial at
t"e Re2reati/n Center,
d8.75 per "/ur, e))e2ti9e
6^7^2010.
NeC Hire - Fitne++
In+tru2t/r+ - Da9i+ 4/9e>,
Huinn +e2/n>e> an> all
9/te> t/ "ire t"e )/ll/Cing
)itne++ in+tru2t/r+ at gra>e
6, +tep 1, d10.41 per "/ur,
e))e2ti9e @une 8, 2010;
Ni2/le D/ugla+, C"ri+ti
Ar>i+, T/ni SCet+, an>
BenRa4in M/ll4an.
Su44er Hire - ParF+ M/rgan 4/9e>, Y/ung
+e2/n>e> an> all 9/te> t/
"ire Craig La9itt a+ a
Te4p/rary
Sea+/nal
La7/rer )/r ParF+, e))e2ti9e 5^27^2010, d8.75 per
"/ur.
V/lunteer - S2"4it
4/9e>, Huinn +e2/n>e>
an> all 9/te> t/ appr/9e
@ere4y Tingley a+ a 9/lunteer at t"e li7rary 7eginning @une 8, 2010.
U+e Per4it - City
Planner Wat+/n +tate> t"at
214 @a2F+/n i+ applying
)/r a U+e /n Re9ieC in
/r>er t/ e+ta7li+" a
Mi>Ci)e Clini2 at t"e
@a2F+/n an> 7t" Street
l/2ati/n. @eanne Prenti2e,
2urrently l/2ate> at 7t" an>
Hu>+/n plan+ t/ rel/2ate
"er pra2ti2e. Planning
C/44i++i/n "a+ re2/44en>e> appr/9al an> +ta))
2/n2ur+.
T"e )a2ility
4eet+ u+e 2riteria )/r t"e
tC/ +treet+, 7ut >ue t/ t"e
nature /) t"e 7u+ine++, t"e
8a4 - 7p4 "/ur+ /) /perati/n C/ul> n/t alCay+ 7e
4et an> t"e /Cner C/ul>
al+/ peri/>i2ally nee> t/
taFe te4p/rary re+i>en2e
at t"e )a2ility in t"e e9ent
/) 7a> Cinter Ceat"er.
Da9i+ 4/9e>, Y/ung +e2/n>e> an> all 9/te> t/
appr/9e U+e Per4itte> /n
Re9ieC )/r Mi>Ci)e Clini2
l/2ate> at 214 @a2F+/n
B/ule9ar>.
@/int P/Cer+ Agree4ent
- City Planner Wat+/n +tat-
e> t"at t"e 2urrent R/int
p/Cer+ agree4ent Cit"
LaCren2e C/unty i+ up )/r
reneCal. Currently, t"e
City appr/9e+ all 7uil>ing
per4it+, 2/ntra2t/r li2en+ing an> )l//> plain a>4ini+trati/n Cit"in t"e @/int
P/Cer+ area, C"i2" i+ n/t
t"e +a4e a+ t"e t"ree 4ile
platting area, a+ it 2/ntain+
le++ lan> area.
BaFer
4/9e>, Huinn +e2/n>e>
an> all 9/te> t/ appr/9e t"e
@/int P/Cer+ Agree4ent
an> Re+/luti/n 2010-14.
RESOLUTION
NO.
2010-14
A RESOLUTION TO
ENTER INTO A @OINT
POWERS AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE CITY
OF SPEARFISH AND
LAWRENCE COUNTY
COVERING THAT DESIGNATED
AREA
EnTRATERRITORIAL
TO THE CITY LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF
SPEARFISH.
WHEREAS,
t"e
C/44/n C/un2il /) t"e
City /) Spear)i+" an> t"e
LaCren2e C/unty B/ar> /)
C/44i++i/ner+ 7elie9e it
t/ 7e in t"e 7e+t intere+t+ /)
t"eir 2itiTen+ t/ enter int/ a
@/int P/Cer+ Agree4ent
g/9erning Internati/nal
2/>e+ an> li2en+ing regulati/n+ in an area a>/pte> 7y
LaCren2e C/unty an> t"e
City /) Spear)i+".
BE IT RESOLVED 7y
t"e C/44/n C/un2il /)
t"e City /) Spear)i+" a+
)/ll/C+;
T"e City /) Spear)i+" i+
"ere7y aut"/riTe> t/ enter
int/ an> eee2ute t"e @/int
P/Cer+ Agree4ent, a true
an> 2/rre2t 2/py /) C"i2"
i+ atta2"e> t/ t"i+ re+/luti/n a+ Ee"i7it oAp, /n )ile
in t"e City Finan2e O))i2e
an> t"e May/r an> A2ting
Finan2e O))i2er are >ire2te> t/ +ign t"e @/int P/Cer+
Agree4ent in t"e na4e /)
t"e City /) Spear)i+" a+ /)
t"e >ate /) t"i+ Re+/luti/n.
Date> t"i+ 7TH >ay /)
@une, 2010.
CITY OF SPEARFISH
BY;
@erry A. Kra47e2F,
May/r
ATTEST;
Da9i> H. Dutt/n, A2ting
Finan2e O))i2er
[SEAL\
Fir+t Rea>ing; @une 7,
2010
Pu7li+"e>; @une 18, 2010
E))e2ti9e; @uly 8, 2010
Bill Li+t - M/rgan
4/9e>, Y/ung +e2/n>e>
an> all 9/te> t/ appr/9e
t"e Bill Li+t >ate> @une 7,
2010.
VENDOR, DESCRIPTION, AMOUNT
211
HELPq
LINE
NORTHERN
HILLS,
HUARTERLY ALLOCATION, d750.00
3D SPECIALTIES INC,
BLUE SPRING ASSY,
d246.63
3T
CORP,
SALT,
d189.00
A j B WELDING SUPPLY CO, WELDING
SUPPLIES^CYLINDER
RENT, d216.30
A j @ SUPPLY, PIPE^
CLEVIS^STEEL^HEAT
SHRINK, d52.35
A M LEONARD, INC,
PICK UP TOOL, d111.93
ABC BUSINESS SUPPLY, TRAFFIC CONTROL POSTS^SUPPLIES,
d2,019.37
AINSWORTH-BENNING CONSTRUCTION,
SIDEWALK
REPAIR^
INSTALL PW DOOR,
d3,573.60
ALLTEL, MAY 2010
DISPATCH
MDT+,
d239.16
ALPINE
IMPRESSIONS, SUMMER TSHIRTS^
BOARD
SHORTS, d1,855.64
AMCON DISTRIBUTING CO, CONCESSIONS, d939.02
AMERICAN LEGAL
PUBLISHING, SUPPLEMENT PAGES, d485.01
AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOC, 2010
PLANNING j rONING
SUBSCRIPT, d160.00
AMERICAN TECHNICAL SERVICES, COLO
BLVD WATER MAINMAT TESTS, d1,139.00
@EFCO SALES, INC,
BOOKS, d74.30
ATCO INTERNATIONAL, ASSAULT j SUPPRESS, d824.70
BECK`S NURSERY
CORP, PLANTS, d621.93
BELLE
FOURCHE
LANDFILL, LANDFILL
FEES, d19,907.74
BIG SKY COMMMUNICATIONS, HEADSET,
d60.00
BLACK HILLS AUTO
PARTS INC, OIL^FILTERS^BATTERY^PRIME
R^PARTS, d885.77
BLACK HILLS BADLANDS j LAKES, 2010
LITERATURE
SWAP,
d55.00
BLACK
HILLS
CHEMICAL CORP, @ANITORIAL PRODUCTS^
BULBS, d1,267.84
BLACK HILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMNT, HUARTERLY ALLOCATION, d750.00
BLACK HILLS LAUNDRY j DRYCLEANING,
LAUNDRY, d18.00
BLACK HILLS PIONEER, MAY REC j
CITY CLASSIFIED ADS,
d378.50
BLACK
HILLS
POWER
j
LIGHT,
E L E C T R I C I T Y,
d16,582.79
BLACK
HILLS
SCUBA,
FILL
AIR
TANK^HYDRO TESTING, d43.00
BLACK HILLS STATE
UNIVERSITY, INSERT
UTILITY
BILLS^
NEWSLETTER, d1,435.61
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Friday, June 18, 2010
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The Black Hills Pioneer strongly
advise those citizens seeking further
information, to exercise their right
of access to public records
and public meetings.
Equal
Housing
Opportunity
All real estate advertising in
the Fair Housing Act makes
it illegal to advertise “any
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 custodiansh 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 (800)
669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1 (800) 9279275.
GENERAL
ADVERTISING
POLICY
The Black Hills Pioneer
makes every effort to
avoid errors. However,
in handling hundreds of
ads, occasionally errors
do occur. We ask that
you read your ad carefully on the first day of
publication and phone
us immediately if there
is an error. We can only
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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.
200 PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES
303 SPEARFISH
GARAGE SALES
303 SPEARFISH
GARAGE SALES
303 SPEARFISH
GARAGE SALES
CUSTOM BUILT WINDOWS, 30S tax credit
available. Siding, Soffit,
Fascia, and Doors also
available. Competitive pricing. Free in-home demonstration and estimate. Call
Performance Windows &
Exteriors 1-800-804-6888
2145 MEADOW LN. 3
family. June 19th, 7:00a2:00p 3 tents, bedding,
decorations
GARAGE SALE: 1820
Sugar Creek Pl. 6/19,
7:00a-\ 4 family sale.
Furniture, kitchen items,
home furnishing, patio
furniture.
M U LT I - FA M I LY
GARAGE SALE: 7:00a\ June 18 & 19.
Deberg Addition. 605644-0599.
Couch,
cookbooks,
books,
playground-pool, tools,
lots of misc.
DEVASHAN IN-HOME
Computer Repair. Is your
computer running slow\
Reasonable rates, service within 25 miles of
Spearfish 605-722-5355
RECYCLE YOUR APPLIANCES. Pickup all nonrefrigerated appliances,
mowers, grills, bikes, siding, all things metal $20
MINIMUM CHARGE. Call
Joe 605-722-1807
300 BELLEFOURCHE
GARAGE SALES
AT
917
BUTTE
STREET. 6/19 8:00aNoon. Holiday decorations, dresser, day-bed,
roll-away bed, craft
items, books, lot of misc.
ESTATE & MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE:
Friday & Saturday June
18 & 19, 7:00a-Noon.
1849 Valley Drive, Belle
Fourche.
Furniture,
clothing, movies, Star
War collectibles & misc.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY
SALE: 2131 8th Ave.
Belle Fourche. Saturday
June 19th, 7:00a-\
RAIN/SHINE MOVING
SALE: Friday 6/18 and
Saturday 6/19, 7:00a5:00pm. 802 Custer
Street. Household and
glass items, furniture,
collectible
dolls,
power/hand tools, gas
grill/tank, power mower,
spreader, air compressor, ladders, lots of misc.
301 DEADWOOD
GARAGE SALES
AT: 300 MCGOVERN Hill
Rd. Friday, 2:00-8:00pm,
Saturday 8:00am-2pm.
Furniture, air conditioners,
skis, household items,
TV’s, lots of Clothing.
302 LEAD GARAGE
SALES
AT: 120 PAUL STREET.
HUGE yard sale Fri Sat
Sun.
Weight bench,
work bench, hitch, toys,
books, miscellaneous
household, CLOTHES:
maternity, child-2T-12,
very nice adult clothingsize 4-18,
3 FAMILY GARAGE
SALE: In Alley of 138 7th
Street, Spearfish. 7:00a11:00am. Saturday &
Sunday.
6 FAMILY ANNUAL
GARAGE SALE: Sat.
June 19th. 8:00a-\ 122
W. Pine Street. Mountain
Plains 1. Name brand
clothes, and Lots of
misc.
AT 731 JONAS BLVD.
Sat. June 19th. 7:00a3:00p. 4 family garage
sale.
AT: 102 HARANDONALANTERN
ESTATES
Saturday, 6/19 6am12pm
New, Barely
Used and Name Brands
Girls Size 8, Household
items, Shoes, etc
AT: 257 SUNSHINE DR.
June 19th, 8:00a-1:00p.
Clothes,
household
items. Ottoman, TV,
Christmas items. Lots of
misc.
AT: 6/19 8am-2pm. 603
CUSTER St, 3 party.
Kids/adult
clothing,
infant- 14, shoes, toys,
CD’s, household, Kingsize mattress/pad/sheets
AT: 6/19, 8AM-Noon,
607
Custer
Street.
Household items, toys,
framed artwork and
more. Advanced info:
605-645-0777.
AT: 719 E. FEDERAL
STREET. June 19th.
8:00a-Noon. Large rummage sale. clothes various size, sundries, standard pool table with
accessories.
BABY, BABY, BABYe
Baby clothes and accessories. Baby crib. Infant
toys. Stroller car seat
combo. Sat June 19, 8anoon. 1002 S 33rd St.
DROP LEAF TABLE.
Glider-chair, 2 crocks, 20
& 25 gal. 3hp gas-lawn
edger, oak book case,
patio-table w/unbrella, 4
chairs/cushions, June 18
& 19, 7:00a.-\ 1420 N.
5th,
GARAGE SALE: 410 W
fuincy St, Spearfish.
Saturday, June 19. 7 AM
to 2 PM. Our junk-your
treasuree Lots of nice
stuff, new & used.
Priced to selle
GARAGE SALE: 2028
Windmill Dr. Saturday
6/19, 8:00a-2:00p.
GARAGE SALE: 1834
Brookdale Rd. June
19th. 8:00-\ 10x12
metal storage shed. Lots
of misc.
GARAGE
SALE: 8
Double D Dr. West on
Hillsview. Friday 6/18,
Saturday 6/19, 7:00amnoon. Girls stuff ages 210h tramp enclosureh
kitchen stuff, girls bedding and much more.
GARAGE
SALE:
Deberg Subdiv. Double
D. Dr. West on Hillsview.
Friday
June
18,
Saturday June 19th,
7:00a-12:00p.
GARAGE SALE: JUNE
19th,
811 Verdale.
8:00a-12:00p. Stereo
Equipment, pool cues, a
little of everything.
GARAGE SALE: Sat.
June
19th
7am-\\
Sandstone Hills, 720
Pro
Rodeo
Dr.
CribjBedding, Sandbox,
Kids/Womens/Mens/Clo
thing/Shoes,
Toys,
Household Items
GARAGE/YARD SALE.
6/19,
7:00a-2:00p.
1115 W. Jackson. New
suitcase, lamps, salon
table top hair dryer,
clean child toys, bedding, high chair, misc.
items, windows, tires,
firewood.
HUGE SALE: 1630
College
Lane
Apt.
Toddler bed, clothes,
and toys, TVs, bicycles,
snowboard equipment,
household appliances.
6/19. 8am-2pm
JORGENSON
ADDITION: Saturday 6/19,
8:00-12:00,
217
Wyoming Court, name
brand kids/adult clothing, toys, furniture, computer items, highchair,
treadmill and much
moree
LARGE ESTATE Yard
Sale #7 Lourie Lane
June 18th 3pm-8pm and
June
19th
7am-\
Furniture for every room,
household items, wall
hangings and decoration, bedding, washer
and dryer, lawn mower
and much more.
MOVING SALE: One
day only. Sat. 6/19,
9:00a-3:00p. 508 E.
Michigan Birch Apt. M15
NEIGHBORHOOD
GARAGE
SALE:
Saturday 6/19, 8:00a-\
Sugar Creek Farms
Addition: Sugar Creek
place, Brookdale Rd.
and Farmdale Ln. At
least 10 households participating.
POLLEY
DRIVE
GARAGE SALE: June
19th. 8:00a-2:00p.
SATURDAY 6/19 8:00a4:00p, . Sporting, hunting gear, housewares,
misc. Hwy. 85 between
Spearfish and Belle by
Redwater River.
SATURDAY
6/19,
7:00a-1:00p, 3 family.
420 W. fuincy, across
from
Salem
park.
Kitchen table/chairs,
Coffee
table-end
tables,
baby-adult
clothing, Something for
everyone.
YARD SALE: 1203
Foothills Dr. (Mountain
Shadows). June 19th.
8:00a-\ Rain cancels.
furniture, clothing, baby
clothes, and tires.
YARD SALE: Saturday
June 19th, 8:00a-1:00p.
405 Aspen Dr. Garden
tools, household, furniture, fishing tackle,
books,
washing
machine, lots of miscellaneous. 1999 Ford
pickup.
305 STURGIS
GARAGE SALES
2 FAMILY GARAGE
SALE: Friday June 18th,
3:00p-7:00pm. Saturday
June 19th 8:00am1:00pm. Lots of furniture, leather sofa and
love
seat,
antique
chrome dinette, and
much more. 20732
Whippoorwill Ct. in
Boulder Park Subdivion,
on Hiway 14a between
Sturgis and Deadwood.
Look for Signs.
308 OUT OF AREA
GARAGE SALES
RUMMAGE
SALE:
Corner of Hiways 111
&
24,
Aladdin.
Saturday June 19th,
8:00a-1:00p
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Friday, June 18, 2010
400 SEASONAL
HELP
AMUSEMENT
PARK
hiring all positions:
rides, diner, gifts, photography. We train. 9
miles
south
of
Deadwood. 605-5781186.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING WORKS FOR
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NOW HIRING
Seasonal
Housekeepers
Experienced with references.
Starting Salary - $11/hour
Apply in person at
Deadwood’s Thunder Cove Inn
401 PART-TIME
CANYON HILLS CENTER
has openings for part-time
residential
counselors.
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 is a minimum requirement. Please
complete application online at www.lsssd .org
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`une 28, 2010.
The top spot in town is now
hiring for the following positions:
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Night Auditor/Hotel Front Desk
We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits, paid
vacations, 401K and opportunities for advancement
Stop in at 709 Main Street and fill out an application today!
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401 PART-TIME
401 PART-TIME
CARING INDIVIDUAL
NEEDED to help provide
care to young boy in his
home up to 24 hours
every week during the day
in the Spearfish area.
Must have a GED or high
school diploma and able
to lift 60 pounds. Starting
wage $10 an hour.
Closing date `une 21. For
application and further
information,
contact
Sherry Scherer at Black
Hills Special Services,
605-423-4444. EOE
PART-TIME POSITION
AVAILABLE for a friendly,
outgoing and fun individual
in an established dental
office in Lead. Dental and
insurance experience helpful. `ob description includes
insurance claims processing, preparing exam rooms,
pulling charts, scheduling,
answering phones, etc. 1015 hours or more per week.
Mail applications to 206
Ellison Court, Lead, SD
57754-no phone calls,
please.
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401 PART-TIME
GOOD DAILY CLEANERS NEEDED after
5:00pm. Experience is
required. Part-time position
available, for a
team leader for cleaning
businesses, along with
other duties. 605-6450474.
Housekeeper
Deadwood’s Mineral
Palace Hotel & Gaming is
seeking applications for
Housekeeper
We participate in
Pre-Employment Drug Testing.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Apply in person at
601 Main Street in Deadwood
402 FULL-TIME
APPLIANCE & FURNITURE
RENTALL.
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openingR
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experience
required. Must be computer
friendly.
Opportunity for a person
who likes to work with
people. Responsibilities
will include collections,
sales, and delivery.
Experience working with
people in sales or collections would be helpful.
Will work 35 to 40 hours
per week TuesdaySaturday. Must have a
valid driver’s license and
must be able to lift 50
pounds or more. No
Sunday work. Starting
pay is $9-$10 per hour
plus incentives. Health
insurance, vacation, sick
leave. Apply in person
943
E.
Colorado,
Spearfish, SD
BLACK HILLS SPECIAL
Services is looking for
enthusiastic individuals to
assist people with developmental disabilities in
LEAD, SD_ mornings,
evenings, overnights and
weekends_ part-time &
full-time. Base pay $9
and .75` differential for
weekends
and
overnights.
Applicant
must have a High School
Diploma or GED, a clean
driving record with a valid
Driver’s License and is
able to lift 50 pounds.
Closing Date June 28.
For information or application contact Tammy at
423-4444. Mail application to BHSSC, PO Box
218, Sturgis or visit our
website
at
www.bhssc.org EOE
HOTEL & GAMING
DEADWOOD, SD
402 FULL-TIME
CANYON HILLS CENTER has an opening for
a Full-time Registered
Nurse to work in a psychiatric residential facility for youth ages 10-17.
Must hold a South
Dakota Nursing license
and pass background
screenings. Minimum
age of 21 is required.
Please
refer
to
www.lsssd.org for necessary application and
more
information.
Closing date: June 28,
2010.
CANYON HILLS CENTER has an opening for
an
Administrative
Support
Supervisor.
Associates Degree in
business or related
degree and minimum
three years related
experience in clerical
work_ or equivalent combination of education
and
experience.
Minimum age of 21 is
required and willingness
to submit to background
checks. Position provides clericaldadministrativedaccounting support to director, facility
and
agency.
Supervisory experience
is a plus. For an application and more information, please complete
application online at
www.lsssd.org. Apply to
Daman Heitz, director by
June 28, 2010.
HELP WANTED:
Meat Department Cutter
Opportunity for a Full-Time position
as a meat cutter in our Lead, SD store.
We are seeking a responsible person to
assist the department manager in the
overall operation of the department through
proper receiving, processing, packaging,
pricing, merchandising, quality control and
customer satisfaction.
Previous meat cutting experience
or retail grocery background preferred.
Great benefits include health care,
dental, 401(k) and more.
Please contact: Chris Murray
Lynn’s Dakotamart ~ Lead, SD 57747
Phone: 605-582-2905 or
E-mail: [email protected]
402 FULL-TIME
CARPENTER WANTED
in the Lead-Deadwood
area with experience in
framing, year round
work. Call 605-6411930.
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ability to apply our
technologies to an endless array of customer
needs. We are looking
to increase staffing in
our
Spearfish
Manufacturing facility.
GSE is looking for Lead
Machine
Operators.
Prior manufacturingd
production line equipment
required.
Computer proficiency
required. Experience
working with bentonite
clay a plus. Non-woven
or needle punch operation a plus. Supervisory
experience a plus.
Previous lab or product
testing
a
plus.
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Please email your
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or call 281-230-8693
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the opportunity to participate in manufacturing incentive program
along with competitive
medical, dental and
vision health programs.
HIRING ALL POSITIONS in restaurant,
casino, hotel. Apply in
person at the Historic
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desk, Main Street,
Deadwood.
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For approximately 45 minutes
of your day, why not earn
some extra income?
OPEN ROUTES IN LEAD
➜ Route 304 - Baltimore, Glendale, South Main, Sunset, $166.80.
➜ Route 305 - Washington, Searle, N. Mine, Irwin, Gushurst, Grandview,
Elkhorn, Curnow, Cross, Billings, Anderson, 11th, $154.72.
➜ Route 306 - Bleeker, Gold, High, Hill, McClellan, Mill, Siever, Wall,
$138.56.
➜ Route 308 - Addie, McClellan, Spark & Stone, $81.68.
➜ Route 312 - Mill, Samo, Sawyer, E. Summit, W. Summit, $91.52.
➜ Route 314 - Addie, Columbus, Grand, Highland, May, McClellan,
Richmond & Upper Addie, $74.32.
➜ Route 315 - E. Main, Park, Parkdale, Sand, $34.80.
➜ Route 316 - Fox, Grandview, Washington, White, $69.12.
➜ Route 323 - Glendale, Grier, Hearst, Mountain View, Tower Ridge, $46.80.
OPEN ROUTES IN SPEARFISH
➜ Route 129 - N. Ames, Jackson, St. Joe, W. Nash, Dulee, Irish,
King, $97.20.
➜ Route 131 - 5th, Aspen, Belleview, Falcon Crest, Maple, Silverleaf,
Wildwood, Windsor, $107.64.
➜ Route 130 - Prospector Only - 10th, 11th, 12th Ave., 31st, 32nd, 33rd,
34th, 35th, Roughlock, $52.80.
OPEN ROUTES IN DEADWOOD
➜ Route 206 - Central City Main, Golden Gate, Hidden Gulch, Main CC,
Sawpit Gulch, Hwy. 14A, 70.20.
➜ Route 207 - Crescent, Dunlap, McKinley, Rodeo, Sampson, Spring,
Spruce Gulch $103.68.
➜ Route 211 - Grizzly Gulch Rd., McMaster, Mile High, Voight,
Hwy. 385, $140.96.
OPEN MOTOR ROUTES
➜ Route 224 - Bobtail Gulch, Maitland, US Hwy. 14A, $81.90.
PROSPECTOR ONLY ROUTES
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AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS
CONSTRUCTION
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Brad Pollard
Servicing ALL Brands of Air Conditioners & Furnaces
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• QUALITY GUARANTEED •
605-641-7958 (cell)
605-722-5466 (home)
Dan 642-2197, 641-1954
Tom 642-2477, 641-6923
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Black Hills Pioneer
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Geri Riggs
Sturgis Ad Sales
605-645-3444
605-642-2761
fax 605-642-9060
*+,-. -302@/,/
4 S7 8ain S>7
Lead, SD
Advertising deadline for
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to the day in which you
wish your advertisement
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accept advertising until
9:00 a.m. on Mondays
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Rent Me!
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1415 67 8ain, S>e7 ?@,4
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HARDWOOD
FLOORS
•
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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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Belle Fourche & Spearfish
Advertising Rep
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PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE &
PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPE PROJECTS
MERLE’S LANDSCAPING & YARD SERVICE
ate Total Lawn Care Maintenance
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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
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
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3316 E. Fairgrounds Lp • 605-642-2344
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PO Box 669
Spearfish, SD 57783
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642-9693
Fax
642-5757
Wedding Receptions/
Event Center
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Golden Wheel
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Whitewood, SD
605-690-1688
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Area!
[email protected]
www.loghomeservices.net
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605-642-0562
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(605) 584-2303
7 South Main,
Lead, SD
• Horseback
Rides
• Cattle
Drives
• Camping
& Fishing
Trips
Reservations Recommended
605-645-2211
11186 Deer Mountain Road
Lead, SD
www.andystrailrides.com
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Osloond
Advertising Representative
(605) 642-2761
315 Seaton Circle
Spearfish, SD
AIRPORT
EXPRESS
SHUTTLE
Powers
Rapid City • Mt. Rushmore
Spearfish • Black Hills
Custer • Sturgis • Deadwood
Remodeling
Decks
Driveways
Siding
Roofing
BILL POWERS
Rapid City, SD (605) 399-9999
Outside Rapid City 1-800-357-9998
www.rapidshuttle.com
Construction
605-722-3122
605-206-1348
Schmidt
Construction
30- .ears Experience in
• Basements
• Foundations
• Driveways
• Patios
• Sidewalks
Licensed & Insured
605-584-1004
605-641-6124
R3L30C3 5
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124 Hwy. 14A • Central City
578-9933
• Fire, Smoke & Water Damage Cleanup
• Mold Inspection & Removal
• Air Duct/Dryer Vent Cleaning
• Carpet, Upholstery &
Drapery Cleaning
24-Hour
Emergency Service
Serving the Black Hills Since 1970
605-642-7939
Spearfish, SD
Robert Crane
GEICO Field
Representative
Licensed in South Dakota,
Wyoming & Montana
1575 LaCrosse Street, Suite A
Rapid City, SD 57701
Telephone: (605) 348-6060 Fax: (605) 342-9318
Claims: 1-800-841-3000
[email protected]
Aaron’s Handyman
Services
• Snow Removal • Furniture
Moving • Kitchen & Bathroom
Remodel • Egress Windows
• Concrete • Decks • Roofing
• Plumbing • Garages • Painting
• Repairs • Tree Trimming
and Cleanups
Call Aaron Braun
(605)
642-5874
FREE
DROP
IN
BELLE!
• All Paper • Cardboard
• Aluminum Cans
Commercial Dumpsters
Appliance Pickup
Lazy B Ent. since 2002
www.blackhills.com/recycle
605-722-1807
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800 APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
803 DUPLEXES FOR
RENT
805 HOMES FOR
RENT
809 COMMERCIAL
RENTALS
902 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
NEWLY REMODELED
One bedroom apartment
in Lead. Right off of
Main Street.
600
Square Feet, hardwood
floors, 9 foot ceilings,
Fresh paint F new appliances. H375.00 month L
H375.00 deposit and 1
YEAR LEASE.
NO
PETS
Call Bob, 605580-0064
DEADWOOD: WALK to
work, 3 bedroom, 2
bath, lower duplex unit
on upper Main St., H750.
Call
Dena
Sheets
Property Management,
605-499-9068. EOH
DEADWOOD: PRESIDENTIAL area, 4 bedroom, 1 bath, nice yard,
family room with wood
burner, H800. LEAD:
CUTE F furnished 1
bedroom cottage, offstreet parking, H400.
LARGE 4 bedroom, 1
bath on large private lot,
deck off living room,
H675. Call Dena Sheets
Property Management,
605-499-9068. EOH
SHOP SPACE with
office.
H400/mo.
Midwest
Property
Management 605-605641-1026.
TRAILER FOR SALE.
Belle Fourche, 1976
14x62. H500. on rented
lot. 605-347-6036
SMALL BUT CUTE 2
bedroom
Lead/
Deadwood, clean, good
parking, no pets, H450
plus utilities. 605-5842667.
SPEARFISH
MAIN
STREET Available July
1st
No-Smoking No
Pets Two Bedroom
Apartment. Includes 1
parking
space,
water/garbage, cable,
access
to
free
washer/dryer. H500. per
month L deposit. Monthto-month lease. 605641-8312.
SPEARFISH, 2BD/1BA,
upper unit in four-plex,
very clean and updated,
H550/mth, NP/NS! Hart
Homes 605-641-5679
STUDIO APARTMENTS
in Spearfish. utilities
paid. No pets/no smoking. H250.-H300. per
month. The Real Estate
Rental Center. 605-7175555
801 ROOMS FOR
RENT
TONY’S
MOTEL.
Completely Furnished,
Ready to Move in,
Kitchenettes. Rent by
Day, Week Or Month.
Cable, Color TV. Cleaned
Weekly.
Reasonable
Rates. (605) 269-2501
Whitewood SD.
802 TOWNHOUSES
FOR RENT
GREEN ACRES Estates,
Spearfish. 3 bedroom
townhouse, 2 baths, oversized garage, deck with a
view.
H875/mo. Also
14x30 garage with electric opener, H85/mo. 605722-0722 or 605-6452157.
IN SPEARFISH 3 bedroom 3 bath, with double
car garage. Central air,
All appliances except
w/d. No smoking/no
pets.
References
required. H1100/mo. plus
deposit. 605-210-0285.
803 DUPLEXES FOR
RENT
1 BEDROOM DUPLEg
in Spearfish. Microwave,
Dishwasher, laundry onsite. No smoking/pets.
H500/month INCLUDES
ALL
UTILITIES.
Available July 1
7227165
NEAR BHSU 2 or 3 bedroom
Duplex with
fenced yard. Off street
parking. Available July
1st. H610 plus utilities.
small pet ok. Deposit
required. 605-641-9854
or msg 605-722-3263
805 HOMES FOR
RENT
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT in Spearfish. 1, 2,
3 and 4 bedroom houses in Belle Fourche. Call
605-210-3419
2 BEDROOM HOUSE
for rent in Spearfish, like
new, small yard, very
nice, H1,050/month. Call
605-645-1483 or 605645-8377.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, 2
car garage, deck with
hot tub. Country home
Spearfish. No pets/no
smoking.
H1400/mo.
H1000 Deposit. 1 year
lease.
Reference
required. Possibly Rally
Rental. Leave message
605-645-2317
3 BEDROOM HOME
located in Spearfish.
W/D, w/s/g included in
rent. H700/mo. plus
deposit and utilities.
605-645-9199
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH,
132 Williams Street,
Deadwood, living room,
family room, hardwood
floors, fireplace, tons of
character, very clean,
private
yard,
H850/month plus utilities. 605-920-1161.
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath in
Spearfish. Fenced yard.
H825/month. Good credit
only.
Midwest
Property Management
605-641-1026.
BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS
4 bedroom, 2 bath, brick
home in Lead, attached
2 car garage with large
deck and view of Lead,
H950/month. 307-6602161.
DEADWOOD
ONE
BEDROOM, lower level.
Garage.
New
carpet/paint. H500/mo.
Security deposit. Most
utilities, cable, w/d,
Fireplace.
No
smoking/pets. Available
August. 605-659-3083
LEAD, small newly
remodeled
1
bdrm/1bath, home with
attached
garage.
Modern
washer/
dryer/fridge. No smoking. Pets negotiable.
H550/mo plus utilities.
Deposit required. Call
Rob at 605-641-7060.
LEAD, 3 BEDROOM 1
bath, close to schools,
H700, OBO. Call Rory at
605-584-1800.
RAPID VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath,
H650/monthi first, last F
deposit requiredi pets
welcome, large yard,
large garage. Call Dave
605-641-1383.
808 LOTS &
ACREAGE FOR RENT
MOUNTAIN SHADOWS
ESTATES in Spearfish
Has Large Mobile Home
Lots Available for Rent.
No
Dogs
Allowed.
(605)642-4764.
809 COMMERCIAL
RENTALS
2800 Sj.FT. total, 1200
office space F 1600
shop space with 8’ g 9’
o/h door. Gas heat F
central air. Excellent
building F great location
off exit 14 in Spearfish.
Call Mike at 605-6428633
DENTAL,
MEDICAL,
Physical Theraphy and
or OFFICE SPACE for
rent. In Belle Fourche
call 605-723-7654.
FOR LEASE: 3540 Sq.
ft. Office/Retail space
with large windows and
handicap
restrooms.
Excellent location. Call
Rod at 605-645-0261cell or 605-642-4250home
FOR LEASE: 5808 sq. ft.
space set up for Gym,
with
handicap
restrooms,
showers,
massage rooms, and
tanning rooms. Could be
office/retail
space.
Excellent location. Call
Rod at 605-645-0261cell or 605-642-4250-H
LARGE A-1 location,
prime corner office building. Desirable neighbors.
Available June 1. Midwest
Property Management
605-641-1026.
PRIME OFFICE/RETAIL
space available. 3,000
sq. ft. just like new with
great storefront exposure. New paint, carpet,
flooring. Kitchen, 2 bathrooms. State Street,
Belle Fourche. H750 per
month with lease. Rick
Tysdal 605-641-1030
broker owned.
810 GARAGES &
STORAGE
llSTORAGE UNITSll 7
1/2x 10, 10 x15, 10x24,
12x30 Concrete Floors,
All Asphalt Driveways,
Good Snow Removal.
Best rates in Spearfish.
605-641-6350.
llSTORAGE UNITSll.
Competitive
Rates,
22x30, 11x30, 11x20,
11x15, 11x10, 5x11. Call
Northview Storage at
(605)642-8126.
10x26, 10x24, 10x12
STORAGE
UNITS.
Concrete Floor. Valley
Storage. (605)642-3782,
605-645-2880.
5x7,
8x10,
10x10,
10x24, 12x30. Concrete
floors, Black topped
drive ways. Located
behind Safeway- Stow
Away Storage- 605642-2869 or 605-6452152.
JUNE RENT FREE!
Whitewood Storage. 26
new units. Various sizes.
Call 605-269-2123
LOWEST PRICE STORAGE
UNITS.
Incentives! We’ll move
your items for you!
Midwest
Property
Management 605-6411026.
MILE HIGH MINI STORAGE UNITS conveniently located right on Hwy.
85 in Lead, lot maintained all winter for easy
access, 10x10 H73
month.
Call
Dena
Sheets
Property
Management, 605-4999068.
WHITEWOOD STORAGE NEW UNITS.
Various sizes. Low
prices. Outside parking
available. 605-269-2123
813 VACATION
RENTALS
BLACK HILLS VACATION CABINS...Choice
locations in the Northern
Hills. All year availability.
See
properties
at
www.blackhillsvacationcabins.comCall
605920-1269 or 605-5781184 for reservations.
email
jodym
mollmannyahoo.com
902 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1993
FRIENDSHIP
16x80. 3 bedroom 2
bath,
located
at
Mountain Shadows with
hot tub. H22,000. In
Spearfish. Call 605-6415449
904 LOTS &
ACREAGE FOR SALE
SINGLE
FAMILY,
Duplex,
Multi-family
Commercial lots, 50
Acre Horse Property.
Prices start at H34,000.
Located in Spearfish F
Belle Fourche. Call Chris
Pangburn 605-645-9985
or Joe Jorgensen 605645-0048. Jorgensen
Reality,
Spearfish.
Broker Owned.
STATEWIDES
MYRON
KINDOPP
ESTATE
Farm
Equipment F Household
Auction. Saturday, June
26th at the farm near
Reliance, SD. View complete
sale
bill
at
w w w. l c h e r a l d . c o m .
Cropsey-Moore
Auctioneering.
LOOMIgo FEED SUPPLEMENTS is seeking
dealers. Motivated individuals
with
cattle
knowledge and community ties. Contact Kristi
n
800-870-0356,
kboennloomix.com to
find out if there is a dealership opportunity in
your area.
GREAT PAYING JOBS!
Statewide Construction
jobs, H12.00 - H15.00
or more hourly, L benefits. Summer or permanent. No experience
necessary. Hit Pay Dirt!
Apply
online:
www.sdwork.org.
ABLE TO TRAVELp
Hiring 8 people. No
experience necessary.
Transportation F lodging furnished. Paid
training. Work F travel
entire
USA.
Start
today!
www.protekchemical.com.
208591-0812.
ASPINWALL COOPERATIVE AT Aspinwall,
Iowa, is seeking a qualified
CEO/General
Manager. An agronomy,
grain, and energy supply
cooperative with sales of
H65 million. Successful
agricultural
business
management
experience preferred. Send or
fax
701-223-9078,
resume ASAP to: Larry
Fuller, 5213 Shoal Drive,
Bismarck ND 58503,
E
m
a
i
l
larry.fullernchsinc.com.
AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED! Never
be laid off or fired! Earn
up to 50q plus bonus’.
M e d i c a l
insurance/retirement
plans available. No parties, quotas or inventory
required. 877-454-9658.
STATEWIDES
STATEWIDES
GREAT PAYING JOBS!
Statewide Construction
jobs, H12.00 - H15.00 or
more hourly, L benefits.
Summer or permanent.
No experience necessary. Hit Pay Dirt! Apply
online: www.sdwork.org.
MAGIC
CHEF
STOVE/Oven, electric 1year old, smooth top,
self cleaning, white in
color, H350.00. Located
in Sioux Falls, SD. 605690-5295.
GOLD PAGES IS seeking motivated, ambitious
sales professionals for
our new telephone
directory in Aberdeen.
Send resume and salary
requirements
to
Lindangoldpagesphonebook.com.
SIOUg VALLEY COOPERATIVE at Watertown,
SD, is seeking a qualified
General Manager. An
energy supply cooperative with sales of H30 million. Successful agricultural business management experience desired.
Send or fax 701-2239078, resume ASAP to:
Larry Fuller, 5213 Shoal
Drive, Bismarck ND
58503,
Email
larry.fullernchsinc.com.
SISSETON SCHOOL
DISTRICT
HS/MS
Counselor. Contact: Mr.
Jim Frederick, Principal,
516
8th
Ave
W,
Sisseton, SD 57262.
605-698-7613 Closing
date June 14. EOE.
SPECIAL EDUCATION
TEACHER.
1
high
school (9-12), 1 elementary (K-5), Base salary
H32,700. H500 signing
bonus. Contact Supt.
Frank Seiler, Timber
Lake School, PO Box
1000, Timber Lake SD
57656. 605-865-3654
day,
605-865-3765
nights, email: frank.seilernk12.sd.us.
AMERICAN TAg RELIEF.
Settle IRS back taxes. Do
you owe over H15,000p If
so...Call us now! Free
consultation. For less than
what you owe! Stop wage
garnishments! Remove
bank levies, tax levies F
property seizures! Stop
payment plans that get
you nowhere! Settle state
and business payroll tax
problems.
Eliminate
penalties, interest charges
F tax liens! Settle IRS
back taxes. No obligation.
Confidential.
Call
American Tax Relief, 800317-9712. Free consultation.
GREAT PAYING JOBS!
Statewide Construction
jobs, H12.00 - H15.00
or more hourly, L benefits. Summer or permanent. No experience
necessary. Hit Pay Dirt!
Apply
online:
www.sdwork.org.
CREDIT
CARD
RELIEF. Free consultation. Save thousands of
dollars. Out of debt in
months! Avoid bankruptcy! Credit Card
Relief is not a high
priced
consolidation
company
or
a
Consumer
Credit
Counseling program.
Call Credit Card Relief,
866-475-5959.
Free
consultation.
RESTAURANT EjUIPMENT OUTLET: New F
used restaurant equipment.
See
www.Chillmasters.biz for
more info. Sioux City, IA
1-800-526-7105.
SPRING
CREEK
RECREATIONAL Area
land auction. 10 tracts,
5-17 acres, 14 miles
north of Pierre. June
26th 2010. Call Dakota
Properties,
Todd
Schuetzle, Auctioneer,
605-280-3115,
www.DakotaProperties.
com
ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS statewide for
only H150.00. Put the
South Dakota Statewide
Classifieds Network to
work for you today! (25
words for H150. Each
additional word H5.) Call
this newspaper or 800658-3697 for details.
LARGE CITY LOT in
Herman, MN, with full
basement and foundation. Located on the
edge of town with lots of
mature trees. Paved driveway. Full water, sewer
and electrical services.
Build your new home to
your specifications and
save the cost of the
basement. H6,000.00.
Call Rick at 1-320-2842230.
Check
Us Out
On The
Web!
www.bhpioneer.com
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2010 Northern Hills
Relay for Life
June 18
SP#ARFIS( — The 2010 Northern (ills Relay for Life
will be held June 1B-19 at the Spearfish City Park. The
opening ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. Friday, June 1B and
closing ceremony will be at N a.m. Saturday, June 19.
Come join us for an evening of celebration, remembrance
and hope.
90th birthday party
June 19
SP#ARFIS( — The Spearfish Senior Center will celebrate long life with a birthday party from 1-3 p.m. Saturday,
June 19 at the center. The community is invited to come
celebrate with the folks 90 years and over who are guests of
honor. Ice cream and cake will be served and a microphone
available for stories and memories to be shared.
Opera recital at BHSU
June 19
SP#ARFIS( — Pre-professional students from the
Johanna Meier Opera Theater Institute will perform at
NT30 p.m. on Saturday, June 19. Dubbed the VAria Recital
#vening,W the event will be held at Black (ills State
Yniversity in the Meier Recital (all on campus. The
event is free and certainly open to the public.
Northern Lights Lions
Club fundraiser
June 19
B#LL# FOYRC(# — The Northern Lights Belle
Fourche Lion's Club is going to set up a booth at the All
Car Rally on Saturday, June 19 at (errmann Park. The
booth will feature Italian sodas and book sale in order to
raise funds for the local Clothe-A-Kid program. Their
goal is to raise at least \150, which would provide clothing and school supplies to two area youth in need of
financial assistance. The club's members encourages the
public to stop by and support its efforts.
Charity ride
June 20
SP#ARFIS(—- The seventh annual Black (ills
Choppers^Maverick Publishing charity ride to benefit the
Lutheran Social Services, Canyon (ills Center will be on
Sunday, June 20. Registration begins at the Black (ills
Choppers at 10 a.m. and the ride will leave at 11 a.m.
Parkinson disease program
June 24-25
STYRGIS — The Muhammad Ali Center for Parkinson
Disease Outreach team from Phoenix is coming to Sturgis to
present Parkinson 101 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 24-25 at
the Methodist Church, 1N55 Ball Park Rd., Sturgis.
If you or a loved one has Parkinson Disease, or if you are
a (ealth^senior care provider you will benefit from this free
two-day program that includes a free noon meal.
Preregistation is rebuired by calling cB00d 22N-N691, limited to 100 registrants. For further info call Cindy #dison 34N
6364 or cindyeerushmore.com.
Kids needed for Jr. Miss
and Mr. Poppy contest
June 25 deadline
L#AD^D#ADWOOD — Jr. Miss and Mr. Poppy Contest
open to kids ages K-eighth grade. Send your photo and info
to American Legion Auxiliary, PO Box 365, Deadwood, SD
5NN32 or call N1N-6900. The photos will be put on money
jars and placed around Lead so everyone can vote. goting
will take place June N-25. The girl and boy with the most
money in their jar will win a savings bond and will ride in
the 4th of July parade with the American Legion and
Auxiliary. Money raised will go toward the World War II
(onor Flight.
Little Miss Firecracker 2010
June 26
SP#ARFIS( — The 2010 Little Miss Firecracker cages
N-9d and Little Miss Sparkler cages 5-6d will be held at 11
a.m. Saturday, June 26 on the stage in downtown Spearfish
during Crazy Days.
Contestants will need to dress in patriotic attire and must
be able to ride in the Spearfish Fourth of July parade. #ach
winner will receive a \50 savings bond. To register call
Muriel at N22-5100 or Denise at 642-B141. The Downtown
Business Association and gisit Spearfish, Inc. are also
seeking vendors for the July First Friday Markets downtown event. Interested parties should contact Mistie or Jill
at N1N-9295.
Independence Day parade
July 2 deadline
SP#ARFIS( — Plans are underway for the 10th annual
Independence Day Parade Sunday, July 4 in Spearfish.
#ntries are needed by July 2 . Categories include horses,
patriotic, bands, floats, antibue car, convertible and other.
For more information call Gene's Lock Shop at 642-4542.
Support or join Northern
Hills Rotary
SP#ARFIS( — The Northern (ills Rotary Club is an
international service organization dedicated to charitable
work in the local, state and international communities.
The club is currently involved in creating a Rotary Park
in Spearfish at Nash and Third Streets. There are eight
memorial benches installed at the site and they are available for \1,500 each. All proceeds go back to the public
to continue supporting area service projects. If you or
someone you know is interested in sponsoring a bench,
please call (eather Murschel at 639-3033. The club
meets at noon every Friday at the Spearfish (oliday Inn
and Convention Center.
Al-Anon Family Groups
NORT(#RN (ILLS — (olidays can be an especially
difficult time of year for families and friends of alcoholics.
Al-Anon Family Groups have one purposeT to help the rela-
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tives and friends affected by someone's problem drinking.
Al-Anon meetings are available throughout the Northern
(illsT
SpearfishT MondayT NT30 p.m., Our Savior's Lutheran
Church, 1020 State Street, North Doori TuesdayT NT30 p.m.,
Ynited Methodist Church, B45 N. 5th St., North Doori
WednesdayT Noon, (udson (all, 222 W. (udson Room Bi
SaturdayT 11 a.m., Ynited Methodist Church, B45 N. 5th St.,
North Door
SturgisT MondayT B p.m., St. Thomas #piscopal Church
Library, 1222 Junction Ave.
LeadT ThursdayT N p.m. Center of (ope, 306 Main St.
Belle FourcheT MondayT NT30 p.m., Catholic Church
Rectory.
Overeaters
Anonymous meeting
Mondays
SP#ARFIS( — There are weekly Overeaters
Anonymous meetings at 6T30 p.m. every Monday in the
building on the corner of Michigan and 5th St. cthe hall
behind the #piscopal churchd. Overeaters Anonymous is
not just about weight loss, gain or maintenancei or obesity
or diets. It addresses physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. It is not a religious organization and does not promote any particular diet. Call 641-4933 for further information.
Cribbage club
Tuesdays and Fridays
L#AD— The Lead cribbage club meets Tuesdays and
Fridays, 12T30 p.m. sharp, at the Golden (ills Inn in the bar
area. Tournaments are on the first and third Saturday of
each month. Players are always welcome. For further information, phone Gary Goodrich 5B4-3145.
Good Shepherd Clinic open
Monday evenings
SP#ARFIS( — Do you live in the Northern (ills, need
medical attention but have no health insurance and don't
bualify for other medical assistance programsj Then come
to the Good Shepherd Clinic located at Our Saviors
Lutheran Church, 1020 State St., in Spearfish. The mission
of this Walk In Clinic is Vto provide buality medical care
for people without health insurance and to take the light of
Christ into the community.W
Clinic hours are Monday evenings cclosed on Monday
holidaysd from 6 to 9 p.m. No appointments are accepted
and you must meet income eligibility guidelines.
Gamblers Anonymous
Thursdays
L#AD— If gambling is destroying you or someone you
care about, you are welcome to attend Gamblers Anonymous
Thursdays, N p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 12
Baltimore St. ctop of Main Street turn left, white church on
the right - can park in driveway.d Meetings will be held
every Thursday. There is no charge to belong to Gamblers
Anonymous.
For more information call Renee at N22-3461 or 591-2913.
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BLACK HILLS PIONEER
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Friday, June 18, 2010
Student News
University of
Wyoming honor roll
LARAMIE, W*O. — The 1niversity
of Wyoming lists 13 students from South
Dakota on the 2010 spring semester
PresidentJs Honor Roll.
Local students who received the honors areO Chance L. Havlik of Lead and
Jessica M. Daigle of Spearfish.
Area students
receive Augustana
Leadership Award
SIO1R FALLS — Augustana College
is pleased to announce the recipients of
the Augustana Leadership Award. This
recognition is based on demonstrated
leadership during the studentJs high
school career and potential for contributions to the Augustana community.
Congratulatiosn to the following students from the Black HillsV Emily
Lynass, Sturgis, a senior at Sturgis
Brown High School and Nodia Lippert
from Sturgis, a senior at Sturgis Brown
High School.
DSU celebrates
90th
Commencement
DICKINSON, N.D. — Dickinson
State 1niversity held its 90th
Commencement on campus in Dickinson
on Saturday, May 15, celebrating the
graduation of 442 students. Reflecting
DS1Js commitment to serving the state
and region, 329 of these graduates are
North Dakota natives, while 38 are from
Montana and 13 from South Dakota. In
all, 22 American states and 13 foreign
countries were represented.
Congratulations to the following students of Spearfish. They include Kendra
Mae Balsley, Cum Laude, bachelor of
science in nursing and Erin A. Walsh,
bachelor of science in nursing.
NSU spring
dean's list
ABERDEEN — Northern State
1niversity in Aberdeen, S.D. has released
the DeanJs List for the 2010 spring semester. Full-time students who have complet-
PUZZLE FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 18
ed 12 credit hours or more, and who
have earned at least a 3.5 grade point
average for the semester, are eligible for
the DeanJs List.
Local NS1 students who achieved
deanJs list status areO Charity Wells of
Spearfish and Molly Graves of Sturgis.
Local resident
named to dean's
list
SEARC*, Ark. — Kinsey Savage of
Spearfish is among the Harding
1niversity students included on the
deanJs list for grades achieved during the
spring semester.
Savage is a sophomore middle level
English, language arts and social science
ma^or.
Area students
named to dean's
list at Augustana
College
SIO1R FALLS — Augustana
CollegeJs DeanJs List for the 2010 spring
semester cites the academic achievements of 509 students. Full-time students
with grade point averages of 3.5 or higher are eligible for the DeanJs List.
The following area students were
named to the DeanJs List for the 2010
spring semesterO Karise Stillson from
Spearfish, Luke Lynass from Sturgis and
Carmen Mercy from Whitewood.
Teresa Zehfus of
Spearfish Named
to Dean's List at
Ripon College
RIPON, Wis. — Teresa Anne _ehfus
of Spearfish, has been named to the
deanJs list at Ripon College for the
spring 2010 semester, which recognizes
academic excellence. _ehfus is a ^unior
ma^oring in Global Studies and Latin
American Area Studies. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Micheal H.
_ehfus of Spearfish.
Local students
named to MSU
Moorhead's
dean's list
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Stephanie
Wilder has been named to the Minnesota
State 1niversity Moorhead deanJs list in
recognition of academic achievement
spring semester 2010. Students must
maintain a 3.25 or higher grade point
average and carry 12 graded credits to
qualify for the honor.
Evans Dental honors
student athletes
SPONSORED BY: LUEDERS FOOD CENTERS
Every year Evans Dental specialists of Rapid City commissions the middle school to select one girl
and one boy in the eighth grade who demonstrate the qualities of a dedicated student both in
the classroom and athletic arena. This year our selection committee chose Caitlin Gehner and
Rider Carlson. These two students are great individuals, quiet leaders, positive athletes and strong
students. Plus, they are just generally really nice people to be around! Courtesy photo
Friday, June 18, 2010
BLACK HILLS PIONEER
Juhala and Cleveland appointed
to SD Planning Council on
Developmental Disabilities
Page 29
Dorsett Regional Senior
Care names employee of
the month
David M. Dorsett Regional Senior Care in Spearfish has recognized Marista
Norman, Activities Assistant, as its June Employee of the Month. She has
been employed with the facility since February 2001. Courtesy photo
Jackie Juhala and JoAnne Cleveland from Northern Hills Training Center were recently appointed to South Dakota's Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. These appointments
were made by Gov. M. Mike Rounds and become effective July 1. Jackie and JoAnne will serve
through June 30, 2013. The SD Council on Developmental Disabilities is composed of 23
members who are appointed by the governor. Over half of the council's members are people
with developmental disabilities or family members of people with developmental disabilities.
Other members include professionals from major state agencies that serve people with developmental disabilities, service providers, advocacy groups and community representatives. The
mission of the council is to assist people with developmental disabilities to control their own
destiny and to achieve the quality of life they desire. Courtesy photo
Senior Menus
Spearfish and Sturgis
Senior Menu
Tree House CafK Hickory House
430 Oriole Dr., Spearfish
Heritage Acres V3
V2340 East Ave., Sturgis
Saturday= Cune 1E F Sloppy Coe sandwich=
Frito corn chips= macaroni salad= fruit cocktail=
cookie salad.
Sunday= Cune 20 F Irunch featuring baked
chicken with the trimmings and hot breakfast
menu
Monday= Cune 21 F Jiver and onions=
whipped potatoes= green beans= garden medley=
mandarin oranges
Kuesday= Cune 22 F Iarbecue pork ribs=
potato salad= southern baked beans= coleslaw=
orange fluffLplums
Mednesday= Cune 23 F Stromboli piOOa
pocket sandwich= !alifornia blend vegetables=
springtime pasta salad= fresh fruit
Khursday= Cune 24 F Qoast pork dinner=
vegetable brown rice= green beans= red broccoli
salad= sour cream raisin bars
Friday= Cune 25 F !hicken marinara= baked
potato= glaOed baby carrots= fresh garden medley= apricotsL chocolate eclair
Evening menu
5-5[30 p.m.
Monday F Ratty melt= tomato barley soup
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NEWSPAPER.
!arrier delivery of
your
newspaper
should arrive at your
address by 5:00 p.m.
Monday
through
Friday= and by 7:00
a.m. Saturday mornings. Af you do not
receive your newspaper by these times=
please leave a message at...
645-1879 7Spearfish@
or 645-1858
7Lead/ Deadwood@
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Kuesday F Iacon cheeseburger= cream of
broccoli soup
Mednesday F Rhilly steak sandwich= potato
soup
Khursday F Srilled cheese sandwich= hamburger vegetable barley soup
Friday F Meatloaf sandwich= hearty chicken
noodle soup
Sala$ bar available $aily Mon$ay through
3ri$ay. Dine in or carry out. Serving seven
$ays a week. Mon$ay:3ri$ay 11 a.m.:1 p.m.
Satur$ay an$ Sun$ay 11>3@ a.m.:12>15 p.m.
3or information on the nutrition program call
642:1277.
Belle Fourche and
Newell Senior Menu
Phone 892-6285 or 456-2945
Monday= Cune 21 F Tam= baked sweet potato= green beans wLonions= apricots= sherbet
Kuesday= Cune 22 F Tamburger wLbun=
potato salad= tomato slices= lettuce= cooked
apples
Mednesday= Cune 23 F Ieef and noodles=
seasoned spinach= crunchy cranberry salad seasonal fruit
Khursday= Cune 24 F !itrus chicken= baked
potato peas= Ucini Di Repe over pineapple
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Sports
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BELLE FOURCHE
BHSU
LEAD-DEADWOOD
SPEARFISH
STURGIS
Friday, June 18, 2010
[email protected]
Spearfish Food pantry receives a donation
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Cutline: Representing The Race are: Eddie Zuniga, Jamie Groneberg, James Williams, Shawn Marta and Christina Marta. Food
Pantry Representatives: Phyllis Sargent, Judy Boesch, Mary Ann Hartmeyer and Visitor. Courtesy photo
Post 164 hosting weekend
Legion baseball tourney
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Black Hills Pioneer
SPEARFISH — Spearfish's
Legion baseball team will host
the Alan Tellinghuis Tournament
this weekend at Black Hills
Power Stadium.
Eight teams are entered, with
June 1W-19 devoted to pool play.
Each squad will play four games.
Post 164 will square off
tonight against Sheridan,Wyo. at
7 p.m. The Saturday schedule
features Spearfish against LeadDeadwood at 5 p.m. and
Hettinger, N.D. at 7 p.m.
Spearfish's Sunday\s opponent
depends on the team's record for
the first two days.
Rapid City Post 320, Chadron,
Neb., Brookings, and Torrington,
Wyo., comprise the other pool.
The winners of each pool meet
June 20 for the championship.
Second-place teams, third-place
teams, and fourth-place teams do
likewise.
The Spearfish Legion baseball team hosts the Alan Tellinghuis
Legion Baeball Tournamment beginning today at 9 a.m. Pioneer
file photo
SPEARFISH — Several members of
'The Race' organization gathered at the
Spearfish Food Pantry on June 4and presented the Pantry with the proceeds from
5K WalkJRun, which was held on May
22.
Thanks to the 140 walkersJrunners who
came out to participate in 'The Race,' 600
pounds of food were donated and a check
for R2,000 was presented to the Pantry.
The Race was coordinated by a group
of like-minded Christians from the
Spearfish area.
When the initial planning for The Race
began, the Spearfish Food Pantry was in
great need of funding for their new location. For this reason, they were chosen as
the first recipients of funds from The
Race.
In the meantime, the Pantry reached
their building fund goal. But, their much
needed service will continue to require
further donations from the community.
Each year, the ultimate purpose of The
Race will be to raise money to benefit a
chosen organization or meet an obvious
need within the community.
Although the beneficiary of 'The Race'
2011 has not yet been determined, the
members of 'The Race' are looking
forward for the opportunity to help
another great cause.
Sports Happenings
SPEARFISH — The Spearfish
Youth Football Association has
opened registration for the fall
football season.
This program is for students
who will be in third through sixth
grade this fall.
Flag football is offered for
third and fourth graders, and
cost R25.
Tackle football is offered for
fifth and sixth graders and cost
R50.
All registrations must be completed online at www.spearfishyouthfootball.com.
The season runs strats in late
August and runs through mid
October. Check the website for
registration details.
The SYFA is a locally based
youth sports organization in the
community for over 10 years.
Helmets, shoulder pads, and
pants are provided by the organization.
Your player is not required to
buy their own uniform.
The SYFA invested R3,W00 this
year into 70 new Riddell Attack
Youth Helmets.
Registration scholarships are
available case by case, upon
request.
If you have any questions please
contact Pat Rotert at 722-3990
with questions.
Don\t miss this great opportunity to play fall football.
British soccer
camp
June 21-25
SPEARFISH — The Spearfish
Soccer Association will once again
host the British Soccer Camp June
21-25 at the Pope and Talbot fields
in Spearfish.
Cost for the camp varies by
age.
To register for camp, log onto
www.SpearfishSoccer.com and
click on the aSummer Campsa
link.
For more information or questions, contact Jami Albrecht at
641-5256 or
jami.albrechtcgmail.com.
See HAPPENINGS — Page 32
BLACK HILLS PIONEER SPORTS
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The Chaos competes in the under-14 division, and the Toxic is an under12 squad. The Toxic emerged with an 8-7 victory in the game played at
the Black Hills Power Sports Complex. Pioneer photo by Jason Gross
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HAPPENINGS Continued
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Lead-Deadwood
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TK Invitational Baseball
Tourney starting today
Spearfish will host the TK Invitational this weekend at the Spearfish Teener Baseball field. Games
are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. Friday and will run through Sunday. Gillette, Wyo., Casper,
Wyo., Spearfish, Lead-Deadwood, Sturgis, and Buffalo are among the teams in the field.
Tournament pairings were not available as of press time. Pioneer file photo
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Friday, June 18, 2010
BLACK HILLS PIONEER SPORTS
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Greece beats
10-man
Nigeria 2-1
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9reece has scored a goal and won a match, this
Aorld Bup is a success.
The 9reeks claimed their first Aorld Bup win
by rallying to beat HIJman 'igeria KJH in 9roup !
on Thursday. Lassilis Torosidis poked home a
loose ball in the MHst minute after a mistake from
'igeria goalkeeper Lincent $nyeama to make hisJ
tory for 9reece, which had lost all four previous
Aorld Bup matches, including three in HOOP.
QAe badly wanted this, because we'd never even
scored a goal in the Aorld Bup before,Q Simitris
,alpingidis said. QI can't say whether we'll make it
out of the group. !ut I can say that we'll leave
with our heads held high.Q
To advance to the second round, the 9reeks
almost certainly must get at least a draw with
powerful Argentina on TuesdayT the Argentines
routed ,outh Uorea PJH Thursday and the Uoreans
took 9reece KJI earlier in the tournament.
'igeria opened the scoring in the HVth minute at
&ree ,tate ,tadium when Ualu Wche's curling free
kick from XY yards deceived everyone, particularJ
ly goalkeeper AleZandros T[orvas, who moved the
wrong way.
!ut the game changed in the XXrd minute when
'igeria midfielder ,ani Uaita was shown a
straight red card for kicking Torosidis.
,alpingidis equali[ed in the PPth minute with a
deflected shot before Torosidis' winner.
]eter #demwingie, who had won the free kick,
appeared to pull his head out of the way to allow
Wche's curling effort to carry on to the 9reece net.
!ut with 'igeria in control, Uaita's undisciJ
plined move handed 9reece its best chance of
breaking its Aorld Bup losing streak.
Uaita was sent off by Bolombian referee #scar
^ui[ after he kicked out at Torosidis and caught
the 9reece striker on the upper thigh after the ball
went out of bounds.
QI think the sending off played a big part in the
game,Q 'igeria captain _oseph `obo said. QAe
were controlling the game before the sending off.Q
9reece pressed and made its advantage pay off
a minute before halftime when ,alpingidis' shot
deflected off the unlucky "ukman Haruna and into
his own net.
Saturday,
June 26, 2010
Parade at 11:00 am
Deadwood Main St.
Performances
2:00 pm & 7:00 pm
!ids received your tickets from school. Home schooled children,
please call Paul at 58<-18<9. Adults A15 B CverD $9, Pre-schoolers
FGEE.
!IDSL Molor this picture and bring it to the novelty stand at the
circus for your chance to be selected PJG. GIRGTASTEG,V and
receive all the benefits associated with that honor.
The deadline is 1LX0 pm for the 2 o[clock performance and
6LX0 pm for the ] o[clock performance.
And Age
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Greece's Giorgos Karagounis, left, Greece's
Vassilis Torosidis, center, and Greece's Sotiris
Ninis, right, celebrate after the World Cup
group B soccer match between Greece and
Nigeria in Bloemfontein, South Africa,
Thursday. Greece won 2-1. AP photo
Deadwood
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Friday, June 18, 2010
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of district or private technology.
The second reading of the policy
will ta6e place at the board8s next
meeting slated for ;<=; p.m. on June
2A at the district administrative
offices.
The policy states that all students
and district staff will need to show
consideration and respect whenever
using computers and when interactB
ing with one another in regards to
technology. Ct also distinguishes
between personal social networ6ing
sites and professional social netB
wor6ing sites.
Steve
Willard
DStaff shall now invite or accept
current district students, except for
the staff person8s relatives, into any
personal social networ6ing sites,G
states the draft.
Disciplinary action may ta6e place
if there is a violation of this policy,
especially if it causes a substantial
disruption to the education environB
ment or substantially interferes with
another8s rights.
Criminal action, the policy states,
may also be ta6en if the offBsite
communication constitutes a threat.
~ Chinatown Cafe ~
New Menu Items
Open Daily from 11:30 to 10pm • Elevator Access
(top of Miss Kitty’s Casino) • 605-578-7778 - for Takeout
~ Bully’s Restaurant ~
Open Daily at 7am • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Signature menu selections & traditional favorites
(main floor Bullock Hotel)
~ Miss Kitty’s Cantina ~
Open Every Day at 8am • Mexican Favorites
New breakfast menu - New Atmosphere
(main floor Miss Kitty’s Casino) • 605-578-2828
DUSEL Continued from Page 3
~ Seth’s Cellar & Karaoke Bar ~
and Performance Benchmar6s 2LL9. The site8s
other sustainability features include sustainable
design of surface waters is an integral part of the
process.
SCTES will use feedbac6 from this and the
other selected proOects during the pilot phase,
which runs through June 2L=2, to revise the final
rating system and reference guide by early 2L=P.
The U.S. Green Building Council, a sta6eholder
in the Sustainable Sites Cnitiative, anticipates
incorporating the guidelines and performance
benchmar6s into future iterations of its LEED
Green Building Rating System. More information
is available at< http<VVwww.sustainablesites.org.
got soap?
SHAKE MY HAND, CATCH MY COLD.
HAND WASHINE WITH SOAP AND WATER IS STILL THE
BEST WAY TO PREKENT THE SPREAD OF INFECTION.
Open to the public nightly - Come enjoy our ‘spirits’
(lower level Bullock Hotel)
Log On 24)7
www.bhpioneer.com
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