CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Friday, 10 May 2013 05:46
THE VALENTINE CITY COUNCIL MET LAST EVENING FOR THEIR REGULAR MEETING. MOSTLY ROUTINE MATTERS WERE TAKEN CARE OF DURING THE 90 MINUTE MEETING. TODD HAY DOING BUSINESS AS THE DERBY BAR WAS GIVEN PERMISSION TO CLOSE THE SIDEWALK AND STREET IN FRONT OF HIS BUSINESS FOR A BEER GARDEN ON FOUR DIFFERENT EVENINGS THIS SUMMER. BOB CARRS BUNKHOUSE WAS ALSO GIVEN A SPECIAL DESIGNATED LIQUOR LICENSE FOR SOME EVENINGS FOR A BEER GARDEN THIS SUMMER. A REQUEST TO CLOSE LODI STREET SPUR WAS DENIED BY THE COUNCIL. THE GARBAGE HAULING RESOLUTION WAS TABLED FOR FURTHER DISCUSSION. ROD DAUGHERTY RECEIVED THE BID FOR LABOR FOR THE STREET MAINTENANCE PROJECTS AND ALLARD PRECAST WAS AWARDED THE BID FOR CONCRETE AT 115 DOLLARS PER CUBIC YARD.
THE NEW HANGER/TAXILANES PROJECT BID WAS REJECTED AS IT CAME IN OVER 30% HIGHER THAN ENGINEER ESTIMATES.
THE AGREEMENT WITH THE SOUTH DAKOTA DIVISION OF WILDLAND FIRE TO OPERATE AN AIR TANKER BASE AT MILLER FIELD WAS APPROVED.
THE REST OF THE MEETING DELT WITH ROUTINE ACTIONS.
Badger Boosters Sports Banquet
Tuesday, 07 May 2013 07:38
The Badger Boosters annual spring sports banquet was held Sunday, May 5 at the Peppermill in Valentine. Athletes in various sports were recognized for their accomplishments over the past school year. There were also several special awards given out during the evening.
Badger Booster Fan of the Year- Dona Valentine
Bill Raubach award for Senior Male Athlete- Marcus Nelson
Business and Professional Women's Senior Female Athlete- Allie Millard
KVSH Heart Award and $250 scholarships were awarded to Shawna Wheeler and Anthony Fast Horse.
A special presentation was made to Annie Osnes for serving as President of Badger Boosters for the past 7 years. Coaches recognized athletes with letters and special awards including all state selections as well as all conference and all district.