2013-02-28 / Columns

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visit Lake Oahe including Beaver Bay to prepare for drought. Linton Security State Bank donates $25,000 to the Linton Hospital Fund Drive. Voices for Lake Oahe was formed to promote better reservoir management for the area.


Post office asks for proposals for new or remodeled place in Linton. First National Bank hires Carlyle Reeff to be in charge of J.D. Meier InsuranceAgency. Nationally beef cow numbers took a two percent decline in 1987.


Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Silbernagel and family were selected by St. Bernard KC Council as the areas “Outstanding Catholic Family.” Linton City Council starts proceedings to add additional street lights. Weather waves include snow, ice, warmth, cold and rain.


No bids were presented when Seeman Park Board met to consider bids for the lease of the park pavilion. Seven of 14 instructors at the Linton School had filed contracts to teach when the board met; four others are expected to accept.

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