October 19 2005

[b]Vivien Burns, 102[/b]

Posted by Kim
Vivien Burns passed away at the age of 102. She is survived by her children, Sister Mona Claire of Our Lady, Richard William Burns, Cathryn Burns Donohue and Charles Tom Burns; ten grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, John Austin Burns and granddaughter Debbie Leider. Recitation of the Rosary, Friday Oct. 14 at 4 PM at the Carmelite Monastery, Littleton, CO. Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday Oct. 15 at 9 AM at the Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary.
Mass of Christian Burial was at St. Micheals Catholic Church in Kennebec at
10:00 am on Monday October 17 with interment at St. Michaels Cemetery in Kennebec.

October 11 2005

Posted by Nicole
Image: http://www.lcherald.com/e107_files/images/pfiremen.jpg

Presho firefighters Cody Lengkeek and Danae Vavra helped serve at the Firemen's Appreciation Supper Sunday night.

October 11 2005

[b]Local fire departments observe National Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 9-15th[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Members of the Presho fire department served at the firemens appreciation supper Sunday, October 9th at the fire hall. A free will offering was taken to help defray the departments truck repairs and expenses. The meeting room at the fire hall was open for viewing. New carpet, donated by community members, was recently installed in the office. The city council and firemen are considering more updates to the building in the future.

Other fire departments around the county will host events in the next couple of weeks in observation of Fire Prevention Week. Kennebec will serve a pancake breakfast Sunday, October 16th at the Kennebec Fire Hall. The Vivian department will have a Rocky Mt. Oyster feed on Saturday, October 22 at the Vivian Fire Hall.

October 11 2005

[b]South Dakota Pheasant Season opens Saturday, Oct. 15[/b]

Posted by Nicole
PIERRE, S.D. - Building anticipation from Augusts impressive pheasant survey will culminate at noon on Saturday, Oct. 15, when South Dakotas main pheasant season begins.

Pheasant season is the big event many hunters gear up for in South Dakota, said Game, Fish and Parks Upland Game Biologist Tom Kirschenmann of Huron. And with this years pheasant survey indicating pheasant numbers increased 21 percent above last year, including the highest number of pheasants surveyed per mile in the past 40 years, the stage is set for an excellent season. Hopefully, there will be good weather conditions, and hunters will remember many of the important details to have a safe, successful opener.
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