Schuman Brothers campground proposal heading to Board of Adjustment on August 5 with positive recommendation
After several meetings that included failed attempts to get their $400,000 proposed campground plan on track, Sam and Andy Schuman walked away from the Planning and Zoning board meeting with what, for them, can be considered a win.
The Oacoma Board reviewed an easement request from Roger Twamley to build onto his garage. The board reviewed the request and a survey that was completed of the property. The survey showed that the existing garage on Twamley’s property already crosses the lot line by 6.4 feet. Any further easement would put more of the building in the right of way. Mike Schreiber expressed his concern in regards to approving the easement.
The movie was 1931’s Wild West Whoopee and actor Jack Perrin played a rodeo star with a goal of taming a wild horse while simultaneously winning the heart of a young woman, played by actress Josephine Hill. A villainous man tries to sabotage the whole plan by cutting Perrin’s stirrups, but true heroes always win in movies, and likewise Perrin is successful – in the rodeo and in the race to the woman’s heart.
The 14 and under Venom Sting defeated the Pierre Pride in the C division championship game of the 2016 South Dakota ASA State Fast pitch tournament held in Sioux Falls this past weekend. The game ended in the 4th inning with a score of 19-3, and earned the first State Championship ever for the Venom organization. In a statement from the coaching staff (Quentin Thompson, Eric Klooz and Tyson Schulz) “We are so proud of these young players.
Trae Edoff rode bareback in the Brule County 4H Rodeo on Saturday, July 16 at the rodeo grounds.