Hot Springs Lions Club has long history of serving area

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Members of the Hot Springs Lions Club recently presented JJ Johnson (third from left) with Casting Vets with a check for $700 to be used to cover expenses related to serving area veterans by taking them fishing. Lions Club members pictured, from left, include Kandis Renstrom, Ed Renstrom and Gene Nachtigall.

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – For anyone who has ever attended a Hot Springs Bison football...

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Local dart league has given out $23,000 to cancer patients over the past five years

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Members of the Southern Hills Pink Ladies and Pink Co-eds Dart League pose for a photo this past weekend at the Winners Circle during their end-of-the-season tournament. The event also served as “donation day” where they presented $400 each to 10 different local individuals who are battling cancer. Some of them are pictured here as well.

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By Brett Nachtigall

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HOT SPRINGS – With the message that “No one fights alone,” a local group of dart...

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Recently opened Dollar General store fills a need in Edgemont

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The Dollar General has been open since Nov. 2 offering many items and varieties that weren’t offered in Edgemont prior to its opening.

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By Savanna Simmons

EDGEMONT – Yellow and black flags are flapping in the breeze, the signs have been unrolled and hung, and the doors of the Dollar General slid open Nov. 2. The store sitting just north of Highway 18 in Edgemont has since been a welcome presence to many in the...

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Bethesda Lutheran Church reveals time capsule contents opened at Centennial

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Bethesda Lutheran Church’s time capsule from 1923 was opened this summer during the 100th anniversary celebration. The first service was held on November 21, 1919. The capsule contained small copies of the Holy Bible, the Lutheran Hymnal and Martin Luther’s Small Catechism. Also, inside were the Lutheran Witness magazine and its German language counterpart, Der Lutheraner, and Bethesda’s Constitution and historical notes written by Bethesda’s first pastor, the Rev. E. E...

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Loved by many, Margrethe Mason is determined to beat cancer

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Longtime in-home daycare provider Margrethe Mason poses recently with “her boys,”  including, from left, Jake Mundorf, Brynn Thompson and Garrett Rhoe. Margrethe said she takes great pride in how all her former daycare kids, like these boys now grown into teenagers, are comfortable in public with their other friends, telling her how much they love her. (Courtesy photo)

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HOT SPRINGS – There’s an expression that says ‘it takes a...

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Cheering on Cherokee

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Cherokee Christopherson, age 22, who suffers from kidney failure and is in dire need of a transplant, poses for a recent photo with her daughter Emma.

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HOT SPRINGS – A fundraiser is being held this Saturday...

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