Three days of shopping had scavengers, junkaholics and reclaimed furniture enthusiasts in heaven during this year’s annual Scavenger’s Journey held through towns from Presho to Plankinton.
By Hann ah Ru hlman
“How’s your pain level today?” asks Andrea Morenz, RN, to a patient as she preps him for his chemotherapy treatment. “Oh, I’d say it’s about a good six or so,” he answers, adjusting his body in the chair to get comfortable. He’ll be sitting there for the next hour and a half. “How about I go get you some Tylenol?” she says. He nods and she walks out of the room.
By Kris Rademacher
Athletic Director Todd Palmer updated the board on the variety of activities that are currently going on and what is coming up in the next school year. “Our kids are as busy as they have ever been,” said Palmer. Currently, several athletes are participating in the CUB Power Program and are showing a lot of success.
Standing: Peyton Haugen, Prestyn Haugen, Sutton Schweigert, Taya Chelmo, Isabelle Mairose, Shayda Ness, Rider Michalek; On horse back: Taygen Knippling, Jessica Kott, Swade Reis, Buster Reis, Chance Blum, Swayze Ness, Colton Michalek. The Horse show was held Monday, June 20 at the Rodeo grounds in Chamberlain.
by GARY KNECHT/GF&P
On a recent Smallmouth Bass sampling trip below Gavins Point Dam near Yankton, SD, a Game, Fish, and Parks fisheries crew encountered a unique species that has not been seen locally for several years. This was the first time this crew had captured an American Eel Anguilla rostrata in that location. The American Eel is nocturnal and usually hides under rocks or logs during daylight hours, so catching an American Eel during the day is rare.