People’s Choice Awards for “Best of Car Show”
Jan Kittelson|The Miller Press
HAND COUNTY CHILDREN enjoy the snow during the extended winter. Shown above is five-year old Landon Coyle next to a larger than life snow man crafted by Todd and Diane Naber’s children.
Viewers across the country will be treated to a triple dose of antiques when brand new episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW featuring Rapid City premiere on PBS.
The Rapid City-based episodes will be shown locally on SDPB on Mondays, April 29 and May 6 at 7 p.m. and across the country on PBS stations nationwide. In South Dakota, the episodes will encore each of the Monday nights at 9 p.m. and the following Sundays at 5 p.m.
Charlie Sizer and wife Jane have made a momentous decision. After 38 years of teaching and coaching, Sizer is retiring from the Miller School District, and he and Jane will be moving to Pierre come July.
“I’ve met the requirements for the South Dakota Retirement System,” Sizer said.
Vegetable growers might consider high tunnels
Due to South Dakota’s short growing season, vegetable growers and gardeners have to wait until mid- to late-May to plant warm season vegetable crops to avoid frost injury.
High tunnels may be a way to get an early start says, Geoffrey Njue, SDSU Extension Specialty Crops Field Specialist.
“Although the danger for frost damage is very great in
The Hand County Historical Society held its annual meeting Monday, March 25 at 7 p.m. in the McWhorter House Museum.
The secretary’s and treasurer’s annual reports were read and approved. The nominating committee reported that President Connie Schroeder, vice-president Jan Deuter, secretary Deb Bushfield, treasurer Tammy Caffee, and board member Kevin Hofer have agreed to serve again for the 2013-14 term. Kathy Harvey and Wayne Ruhnke were nominated to fill the two open board seats. All nominees were unanimously
On March 17, 2013 at about 3:25 p.m. Michael Terrell, his wife, Natasha and their three minor children (all from Gillette, Wyo.) were involved in a one-vehicle rollover accident on SD HWY 26 at mile marker 257 just east of 363rd Avenue, north of St. Lawrence.
Terrell was driving their 2005 Toyota Sequoia at the time of the accident. The vehicle damage is estimated at $16,875.
Terrell and his family members
Rosemary Goodall, after working for Carr Chiropractic Clinic for 26 years, has taken the “big step.” She is now officially retired.
According to her employers, she will be sorely missed.
Dr. John Carr commented, “We’ve been in the chiropractic business for 50-plus years. Rosemary has worked with three generations of our family, as well as with Dr. Larry Nicholson.”
Rosemary said she was a patient, her kids were patients, and the clinic had the need for