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Grand old barn near Rose Hill lake

This grand old barn stands alone near the site of the Rose Hill Dam. You can see the prairie in the distance (northeast). If you hadn’t already heard, the Rose Hill Dam doesn’t actually exist any more. It was washing out by torrential rains several years ago and now sis empty, except for a creek that passes through. There’s the problem!

That creek that once fed Rose Hill now has Topeka Shiners, a small, shiny minnow fish that the SD Dept. of Game, Fish & Parks must protect. I’m not sure where the little fishies were when there was a dam at Rose Hill!barn IMG_0414

“Tornado Tuesday” 2003 storm his Wessington Springs ten years ago this week (June 23, 2013)

Storm county clean

The concession stand is nearly covered with trees after the 2003 tornado hit Wessington Springs

Cindy Remko beckman and car

Cindy Remko, daughter of Joyce and Eldon Beckman, surveys the damage to her car after the June 23, 2003 tornado hit Wessington Springs

Storm catholic church

The St. Joseph Catholic Church in Wessington Springs didn’t look bad on the outside, but sustained heavy structural damage and required a new addition

Storm catholic rectory

Monsignor Ed Burian points to damage on the Catholic Church parsonage following the storm.

Storm city cleaning up

Trucks hauled tree limbs from all over town.

Storm city workers in park Storm concession stand tree Storm county crew cleanup Storm county truckStorm inmates cleanup II

Jase Kraft career highlights (so far)

jase kraft 2012 cross countryA story regarding Wessington Springs High School distance runner Jase Kraft appears in the January 29, 2013 issue of the True Dakotan. Here is an unedited list of his accomplishments (so far) in his career. He is a junior at WSHS.

JASE KRAFT CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

[ Jase Kraft has been coached by Becky Bell Krueger all of his years of running]

CROSS COUNTRY

2012 – Junior:

• 2nd place at State Meet in Huron (team does not make medal stand)

• SDHSAA Top Twenty Five All-State Award across all 3 classes

Owls finish outstanding season

 

Owls finish outstanding season

 

Go down swinging in 3-0 loss in opening round of SD State Amateur Baseball Tournament

 

The Wessington Springs Owls competed Friday night at the State Amateur Baseball Tournament held this year in Mitchell.  The Owls would take on the Alexandria Angels and their pitching ace Trever Vermeulen.  “Going into the game we knew we had our work cut out for us facing Vermeulen,” stated Owls manager Nathan Hainy, “but we have a solid team and feel like we could play with anyone.”


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CARTER GROHS is pictured with his show sheep at last week’s Achievement Days. Carter was in his first year of showing. Look for all the results in next week’s paper. More pictures are printed INSIDE THIS ISSUE.

2012 Foothills Classic Car & Tractor Show is one of the best yet

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A VIEW of many vintage and collectible cars on Main Street in Wessington Springs last Saturday, August 4. The Foothills Classic Show has become a summer-time fixture in downtown Wessington Springs over the past few years and gets bigger and better every year. Besides cars, tractors, pickups and motorcycles are also featured.

Linafelter reunion hits the road during big weekend in Springs

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THE DESCENDANTS OF Ray and Elsie Linafelter held their annual family reunion in the city park last weekend. Every year brings a new theme. This year’s was Old West, complete with dance hall girls and cowboys. The group is pictured above touring the town in a wagon pulled by Ralph Winegar on one of his antique tractors. The name of the game when this group gets together is fun, fun, fun!

Owls Earn State tourney berth

Owls Earn State tourney berth

Wagon train goes on after Ron Ogren’s death

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Activities at the second annual Kyle Evans Wagon Train were shrouded in sorrow as one of the event’s organizers was killed in an unfortunate highway accident on the morning of the first day of the event. Wessington  Springs farmer Ron Ogren died in an accident Thursday morning, September 6, when a tractor he was driving collided with a fuel truck about three miles west of Wessington Springs on SD Highway 34. Wessington Springs volunteer firemen and law enforcement personnel are shown at the scene of the accident. Ogren was dead at the scene of the accident. The driver of the truckJoshua McGillvrey, 28, of Wolsey, was not seriously injured. Ogren’s wife, Lynn Ogren, asked that the wagon train go on as planned on September 6-7-8. Ogren was a talented singer/entertainer, farmer/rancher and enjoyed telling cowboy stories. He and his wife also operated a pheasant hunting business at his farm. The South Dakota Highway Patrol was assisted in the investigation by the Jerauld County Sheriff’s Department, Jerauld County Ambulance and the Wessington Springs Volunteer Fire Department.