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Changes to Valentine Car Show

Big changes are in store the the Valentine Classic Motor Club Car Show and Cruise Night this year.  Everything will take place on Saturday, June 4th with a cruise and show in the Heart City.  This will be the 27th annual event hosted by the car club.  Over the past several years it has been harder to get entries for the regular car show, while at the same time, the cruise night has been a huge success.  So this year the two events will be combined on June 4th.  Area residents with classic automobiles are encouraged to shine them up and get ready for the cruise and then stick around for an informal gathering to allow the public an opportunity to get a closer look at the cars.  Be sure to listen to the KVSH Comment program on Monday for more information about the cruise and show.

 

Kieborz appointed to City Council

 

Kallie Kieborz is the fifth member of the Valentine City Council. At last nights meeting Kallie was nominated by mayor Rowdy Kluender and approved unanimously by the other three members of the council. She will be sworn in at the next regular meeting and will fill the vacancy left by the resignation of former councilman Cliff Petersen.

16 people attended the meeting to express their support for the economic development program and the positive things it has accomplished in the community. The council was considering making some changes to the administration of the program. After a lengthy discussion, No action was taken on the issue.

Rates for the Valentine Family Aquatic Center will remain the same as last year. City Manager Shane Siewart pointed out that the pool lost about $35,000 last year. The council voted to keep the rates the same.

The council approved a resolution to encourage citizens to pick up litter in the public parks and alleys on June 4th. This would be held in conjunction with an effort to install the new disc golf course in the city park.

In other action, the fire department roster was approved, Norm Blume and Bob Witt were reappointed to the planning commission and Greg Gass and Walley Balliet were reappointed to the Board of Adjustment with Ed Swanson as an alternate. The council voted to proceed with an $80,000 grant from the Environmental Trust for installing an electric pump on the troubled sand by-pass system at the Millpond.

 

Cards can reach Larry Miller

Cards can reach Larry Miller at Room 240, Madonna Rehabilitation Center, 5401 South Street, Lincoln, NE  68506-2134.

   

Jared Roe

HOT SPRINGS, S.D. (AP) - Authorities say a South Dakota National
Guard soldier who was preparing to deploy to Afghanistan died after
diving off a boat in the southeast part of the state.
The Fall River County Sheriff's Office tells the Rapid City
Journal that 19-year-old Jared Roe of Rapid City likely drowned in
Angostura Reservoir, though the finding is not yet official. Roe is the
Son of former Valentine Resident Jerry Roe and his wife Julie of
Rapid City.
Authorities say Roe's friends called authorities about 1:15 a.m.
Monday. They say Roe dove off a boat and was pulled from the water
by the friends after he did not surface immediately. They drove the
boat to a resort, where an ambulance took Roe to a hospital.
Doctors were unable to save him.
Roe was with the Guard's 200th Engineer Company, which leaves
the state Monday.
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Information from: Rapid City Journal,
 

Andrew Claymon Fishing Tournament

 

The 1st Annual Andrew Claymon Memorial fishing tournament will be held on June 11th at Merritt Reservoir.  This tournament is for teams of 1 adult and 1 youth, age 17 or younger.  The entry fee is $50.00 per team and you can register by contacting Joni Claymon at (970) 926-1013 or by visiting www.andrewclaymonfishing.com for online registration and more information.  Entry deadline is May 27th.Andrew Claymon was an avid outdoorsman who was passionate about fishing and Merritt Reservoir.  He died last summer at the age of 16 after an 18-month battle with cancer.

In addition, a special drawing will be held from all youth participants for a fishing outing with a member of the Nebraska Husker Bass Angler team on Sunday, June 12th at Merritt Reservoir.

Winners will be determined by total heaviest catch of walleye, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, perch and bluegill.  Trophies will also be awarded to the top 3 finishers of each age group as well as biggest fish categories. 

   

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