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Jason and Marissa Resel, Wessington, are parents of a son, Charles Arnold, born on May 9, 2014, at Avera St.

Posted June 10, 2014 at 4:20 pm

Luke’s Hospital. He weighed 9 lbs., 6 oz. and was 21 1/2 inches long. He joins sisters Olivia (7) and Vivian (3) and brother William (6).

Grandparents are Mike and Rita Beaner, Miller, and Lyle and Becky Resel, Wessington. Great-grandmothers are Deloris Danburg and Clorene Resel, both of Miller.

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    Legislative Highlights

    This Memorial Day I had the honor of being part of a very special Veterans Memorial Day and Enhancement Dedication program in Huron. There are many who donated their time, talent and resources leading up to the actual program, but one person in particular, Keith Schrader, deserves a big thank you for all his efforts.

    I shared with those in attendance some history of the Veterans Memorial site at 3rd and Wisconsin in Huron. The site was originally the home

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    Memory Lane

    5 Years Ago (2009)

    A special service to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the St. John’s Lutheran Church building will be held Sunday, June 7. Rev. Dale Sattgast, South Dakota president of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, will be on hand to preach the celebration service.

    The speaker at the Virgil Memorial Day service was Jim Hein, son of Richard and Minnie Hein. Following the service, the auxiliary served lunch.

    20 Years Ago

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    A ‘forever home’ means security

    I don’t know how many watch “Too Cute” on Animal Planet. I catch it occasionally. It’s about baby pups (sometimes kittens) and their growing up antics the first weeks of life, and most of the little animals are truly “too cute.”

    When they reach the appropriate age to be separated from their mothers, they find “forever homes” with new owners.

    I like the term “forever home,” because it is apparent to me that most pets need—apart from love and food—to

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