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Edgemont Area Historical Society Hosts Custer Couple

Mike and Cindy Hilton were guest at the EAHS on Tuesday evening, January 26, at the Senior Center. The Senior Citizens served a wonderful meal to members and guests.
The membership meeting was held with Debbie Anderson being elected secretary and Judy Porter treasurer for a term of two years. Various project chairmen reported on progress of their committees during the meeting.
Mark Tubbs reported about the Cheyenne River Stage Station sign to be erected east of Edgemont. Tom Porter reported on...

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Law Enforcement Discussion Still Being Held

By Aaron Eberle
Edgemont’s City Council held a regular meeting on January 20, at 7 p.m.
After general meeting openers, Josh Buckwheat gave the law enforcement report (see page 6). There were no questions at that time for Deputy Buckwheat.
Councilman George West gave the report for the Public Works Committee. The crew has been doing some odd and ends. They fixed a water break on Seventh and M Street, been mixing sand, cleansing the shop, finishing putting the Christmas lights and decorations away...

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Edgemont School Board Holds Regular Meeting

By Aaron Eberle
The Edgemont School Board held a regular meeting on Monday, January 11 at 7 p.m.
Diane Stevens reported that she had sent notice of vacancies to the paper. The vacancies on the board will be for Connie Gerard and Nicole Ostenson.
Stevens is working on W2’s for everybody. Along with the W2’s, ACA regulations required them to send forms pertaining to health care coverage to employees. The deadline for those have extended to March 31.
Stevens stated that Ben Elliot will be working on...

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Law Enforcement Concerns at Council Meeting

By Aaron Eberle
The City Council met on Tuesday, January 5, at 7 p.m. All members were present but Councilwoman Brenda Cullen.
Fall River County Deputy, Josh Buckwheat gave the law enforcement report. Several questions were asked about service to the City of Edgemont.
The City pays the Fall River County Sheriff’s office $115,000 per year to have 30 hours per week in the City.
Council was concerned that they were not getting those services for their money, especially now that Martha Jarman is...

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Voters Nix Soil Farm Long-awaited vote shoots down soil farm, but fight isn’t over yet

By John D. Taylor
HOT SPRINGS – Several members of the community – including Ed Harvey, Sarah Peterson and Gardner Gray, people against the soil farm High Plains Resources, LLC has proposed to site near Edgemont – were on hand to witness the long-awaited ballot referendum vote count last Tuesday morning at the county courthouse.
County elections officer Terri Halls said the votes were being counted by a 658 ballot counter, a machine that read circles inked black on the ballots. She described the...

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Fall River History Conference

The Eleventh Annual Fall River History Conference is upcoming on Saturday, January 16, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Mueller Center, 801 S. 6th St., Hot Springs, SD.
This is the museum’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Morning snacks and a noon...

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Historical Society Meeting

By Mary Hollenbeck
The Edgemont Area Historical Society will be having a special meeting Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center.
The purpose of this meeting is to make plans for the fountain in the Teddy Roosevelt park in...

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Moguls Honor Our U.S. Veterans

By Aron Edmondson
November 11, 2015 the Edgemont School honored our veterans by holding a Veterans Day Program. The Master’s of Ceremony were Lathen Stevens and Becky Peterson.
Guests were serenaded by the High School Choir’s rendition of “O America”...

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