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Girl Dies in ATV Accident

 

A 4-year-old Springview girl died Sunday night as a result of an all-terrain vehicle accident that occurred south of Long Pine.
According to the sheriff’s department report, at 9:20 p.m. Sunday on a private drive 23 miles south of Long Pine, an all-terrain vehicle driven by a 10-year-old Springview boy overturned. Bit Reins Painter, 4, of Springview, was riding on the back of the ATV.
She was transported to the Brown County Hospital, where she was pronounced dead from injuries suffered during the accident. The 10-year-old boy was not injured.
A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Mount Hope Cemetery. Memorials for Bit Painter may be made to the family for a future designation.

 

Circus in Valentine July 25th

Thanks to the sponsorship of the Valentine Lions Club, the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus will be in Valentine on Saturday, July 25th at the Cherry County Fairgrounds, 120 S. Green Street, with two scheduled performances at 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm CT. Each performance is 90 minutes long.

Tickets may be purchased in advance from several locations, including Berry Creek Gun & Pawn, Nim-Rods Bait & Tackle, and KVSH Radio. Cost for advanced tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for children ages 2-12. Children under 2 are free. Tickets the day of cost $13 for adults and $7 for children.

A full list of locations to purchase tickets is as follows:

Advanced Pet Care 904 W. Hwy 20

Berry Creek 403 N.Main St.

Brewers Canoers 433 E.HWY 20

Bob's Signs & Gift Baskets & More 125 S. Main

Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center S. Main

Henderson's IGA HWY 20

KVSH Radio 126 W. 3rd st.

Midland News 146 W. 3rd

Milo & Max 733 W. HWY 20

Nim-Rods Bait & Tackle W. HWY 20

Old Bulk Foods 329E. Main

The Insurance Center 340 W. HWY 20

Union Bank & Trust 320 S Hall

Valentine Niobrara Lodge E. HWY 20

The Quilting Cupboard 130 W 4th

Young's Western Wear 413 Main

 

 

$45,000 in Relay for Life

Almost $45,000 was raised during the annual Relay For Life in Cherry County on Saturday night.

Committee member Sally Conner told KVSH news that they served over 200 people at the kick off supper thanks to the Knights of Columbus.

Connor stated that the venue at the Ecology Park and Swimming pool area in Valentine was great. The shade trees helped beat the heat and the bleachers supplied by the city of Valentine helped with the Auction. The auction, conducted by Connot Brothers Auction Service, raised about $5,000 of the nights total.

Over 650 luminaries were sold to honor family members.

A big thank you to the sponsors, participants and volunteers for making the event a success.

 

   

July City Council Meeting

The City of Valentine conducted it's monthly City Council meeting Thursday evening at the City Library meeting room. Mostly routine items were addressed. Also on the agenda, the council heard a request to help fund a new building for the Rural Fire department. No action was taken. Also, no action was taken on discussion on parking issues on South Macomb Street between A and B streets. The updated police policy manual was approved, as well as placement of a stop sign on “Short Green Street” and 8th Street. Also at the meeting, the council approved the application for Tax Increment Financing for the incoming Runza Restaurant as well as a new Car Quest Auto Parts store and electric motors sales and service store. These applications now go to the planning commission for review and recommendations. The final item on the agenda was 2015-2016 budget discussion. During the discussion, it was brought up that the City would likely need to purchase a couple new police vehicles. It was also stated that there would be no cost of living increase implemented in the upcoming budget.

 

Rosebud Police Investigate Attempted Abduction

UPDATE: The pickup and all occupants being sought regarding the report of an attempted child abduction on July 6 have been identified. Upon conclusion of the investigation it has been determined there is no risk to the public concerning the white pickup or its occupants. The Rosebud Sioux Tribal Police would like to thank the public for information and tips to assist in identifying the vehicle to conclude the investigation. When a report of this magnitude is received it is not taken lightly to ensure there is no danger to our children. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

 

On July 6 around 8:30 pm Rosebud Sioux Tribal Law Enforcement responded to a call of an older White Male in a white pickup (unknown make) had tried to entice two 7 year old girls into his vehicle at the Elementary School in Mission, SD. A photo was obtained from the surveillance camera at the school. The male was described as an older white male with gray facial hair. It was also reported there was a female and small child with the male. If anyone has any information on this vehicle or identity of the male or other occupants, or if anyone sees the pickup, please call the Rosebud Police Department at 605-747-2266.

 

   

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