Alcester-Hudson Cubs Upcoming Schedule:

Posted May 5, 2016 at 8:40 pm

May 5: 7:00 p.m. Junior High/ High School Band and Vocal Concert

May 6: 10:00 a.m. High School Golf vs. Irene-Wakonda at Glenridge golf course

5:00 p.m. High School Track- Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls

May 9: 7:00 p.m. School Board Meeting

May 10: 1:00 p.m. High School Track meet at Centerville

May 11: 9:00 a.m. High School Golf at Fox Run Golf Course in Yankton

7:00 p.m. Baccalaureate Service at Elementary Gym

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    Roof work’s main focus for HRH addition

    by Steve Peterson

    Workers from Nohava Construction of Le Mars are working on the roof at the Hawarden Regional Healthcare addition.

    “The weather has delayed the project for about three weeks,” said Hawarden Regional Healthcare CEO Jayson Pullman in his update to city councilors April 27. “We need some nice dry weather. We’re ready to pour concrete but you can’t do it in the rain.”

    “Nohava Construction

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    Success leads to WS ball field improvements

    By Steve Peterson

    Several West Sioux parents donated time and labor worked heavy machinery to help get the newly renovated West Sioux baseball field ready for next month’s season opener.

    A big push took place April 9 with dirt brought in to create improved seating. A new concrete retaining wall and netting will also be placed.

    Financing came from the school’s Booster Club and West Sioux School

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    Ireton fixing up incentive program OK’d

    By Steve Peterson

    Ireton Councilors met in regular session April 18 and discussed possible incentives for beautification projects done by property owners.

    “I would like to see a city incentive for people to paint. We could reimburse the homeowner for painting their house such as 75 percent of the bill they would bring to us upon completion. If you drive around Ireton with a critical eye, there are a lot of buildings in town that have not seen a paintbrush

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    Volunteers help Thrift Shop daily

    By Steve Peterson

    Hawarden Regional Healthcare Auxiliary’s Thrift Shop is definitely in the spring mood as volunteers staff the Central Avenue location Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays even though volunteers work there each day.

    “I usually work on the dolls but I’m working on a frame today. I like it. I’ve been working here about three months,” said volunteer Janice Warner.

    “It’s interesting to see people and what they buy,” said volunteer Marsha Eilers.

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