Cloverkid Camp was held at the East City Park on Wednesday, July 16th. The camp had a nature theme and allowed children to explore the four elements of nature: earth, wind, fire and water. The children enjoyed performing a gummy worm dissection, planting a salad in a glove, making pin wheels, creating their own lava lamp and playing with homemade snow.
Long Pine City Council called a Special Meeting on July 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. to discuss disposition of Palace bleachers, housing updates, approving a line of credit for housing payments, revision on Seven Springs building purchase contract, loan for City shop, millings for 5th Street, City pickup use, waste water study payment, and bank signature cards.
Valentine Midland News
by Laura Vroman
Jean Vackiner was at her home south of Cody, on Boiling Springs Road, playing the piano. Loosing herself in the music she looked and noticed that it had gotten dark - so dark in fact, that the yard light was on. Jean said to herself, “How long have I been playing the piano?”
Rape\Domestic Abuse Program or RDAP, is adding Cherry County to their area of coverage. The program works with victims of domestic violence and\or sexual assault. RDAP currently serves five counties: Lincoln, Logan, McPherson, Hooker and Thomas, with their main office located in North Platte. Effective immediately, the program will now reach to the northern border of Nebraska and include Cherry County.
According to a recent report, South Dakota’s livestock industry provides more than 29,000 jobs and contributes $7.3 billion to the state’s economy. The report was commissioned by the United Soybean Board. It highlights the economic importance of domestic animal agriculture to South Dakota and to the nation as a whole.
This year, Crazy Days in Gregory will be bigger and more exciting than it has been in decades. Businesses on Main Street have organized a day combining plenty of crazy prices with lots of family fun. Crazy Days in Gregory will be held on Saturday, July 26, 2014.