May 18 2004

[b]Lyman holds 32nd Commencement exercises[/b]

Posted by Kim
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By Lucy Halverson

Lyman High School commencement exercises were held Sunday, May 16, 2004 at the school gym in Presho.

Superintendent Bruce Carrier recognized retiring School Board chairman Karen Willis with a plaque of appreciation. Willis served on the board for nine years. Also recognized was Doris Schnabel, who has been serving hot lunches at the Presho school site for the past 28 years.

May 18 2004

[b]Reliance to celebrate Centennial June 25, 2005[/b]

Posted by Kim
The Reliance Centennial committee met April 17th with approximately 20 people in attendance to plan and discuss the upcoming 2005 centennial celebration.

A two day event will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, 2005.

The logo/slogan contest was awarded to April Reis-Elwood for her slogan, "A Good Town for a Home Town". She was awarded a $50.00 savings bond donated by the city of Reliance.

Different working committees were formed and will deliver reports at the next Centennial meeting Saturday, July 10th at 2:00 progress. Examples of SOME of the committees are....parade, food, horse races, kids games, lawn mower races, air balloon rides and alumni.

Anyone interested in being involved with the celebration is encouraged to attend.

May 18 2004

[b]Lyman School to hold board election[/b]

Posted by Kim
by Lucy Halverson

Four Lyman residents have filed a petition with Lyman School business manager Bev Johnson for one of three positions up for election on the school board this year.

Candidates running include; Mike Chester, Vivian; incumbent Jody Jessop, Presho; incumbent David Millard, Presho; and Thad Schindler, Reliance. Friday, May 14th was the last day to file a petition.

According to Johnson an election will take place June 15, 2004. Voters within the Lyman School district have until May 31st to register.

Current board member Karen Willis chose not to run for another term.

May 18 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy[/b]

Posted by Kim
Doing your part for your community
by Lucy Halverson

How do you keep small towns viable? That was the question Randy Perry of Miner County Community Revitalization and Dr. Jim Beddow of the Rural Learning Center answered last Tuesday night at the Presho Area Chamber Community Room.
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