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VOL. 43, NO 20 • TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2019 SEATON PUBLISHING COMPANY, P.O. BOX 7, SPEARFISH, SD • 605-642-2761 • 605-584-2303

Inserts: • Ace • Back to Nature • Bomgaars • Grocery Mart • Lueders • Lynn’s Dakotamart • Menards • Runnings • Safeway • Sears Some inserts are designated for certain areas. Not all Prospectors contain every insert.

INSIDE NOW!

WEEK 4

Holiday GIFT GUIDE

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

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102 Personals DOMESTIC/SEXUAL VIOLENCE 24-Hour Crisis Line, Butte/ Lawrence/ Harding Counties: 605-6427825 or 1-800-9992348. Sturgis Shelter: 605-347-0050 or 1800-755-8432. All Calls Confidential. NEED A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BLACK HILLS PIONEER? CARRIER DELIVERY OR E-EDITION CALL LINDA AT 642-2761

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**WEAVERS MOBILE HOME SERVICES** Now offers brand new ARCTIC HEAT TAPE PACKAGE. Heat tape, 104 Notices inspection and replacement. Furnace/duct GUN SHOW Sat Dec 7, cleaning. Call Lee 6059am-5pm and Sun Dec 639-9580 or Jean 6058, 9am-2pm Rushmore 639-0368. Plaza Civic Center, ATTENTION Rapid City. Admission CONTRACTORS. $5.00 daily. Buy,sell, trade firearms related. Print your Blueprints right here in SpearUnique gifts. Sell your fish. 24” x 36” startexcess items. tables ing at $5 each. Same available. Information day service if order is call 605-209-1166 placed by 10am. Call 605-642-2761 or stop by the Black Hills Pioneer printing plant. 315 Seaton Circle, Spearfish, or e-mail In Home Repair us: bigprints@bhpionAll Makes • All Kinds eer.com

Clock Repair Grandfather Clocks Wall Clocks Cuckoo Clocks 35 years experience Affordable pricing Quick turn around

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Beer & Bling

200

Home Decor, Gifts and More

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN DEADWOOD

209 Handyman HANDY MAN FOR HIRE! Painting, tree trimming, trash removal, yard work, roofing, plumbing, carpentry, S n o w r e m o v a l . C a ll Jake: 605-645-4018.

309 Flea Markets COLD FLOORS? We have a solution! New! Electric in floor heating. Use under ANY flooring including wood. Efficient, safe and easy to install. Only 3/32" thick. Versatile Carpets & Interiors 731 Main St. Spearfish, SD 605-645333. www.warmfloor .com Email: warmfloor designs@gmail.com.

401

Part-Time Help Wanted

NEWELL SCHOOL BUS DRIVER WANTED. Must pass pre-employment criminal background check. Obtain required d r i v e r s ' l i c e n s e e ndorsement for driving bus. Maintain a safe bus environment with a precise schedule of pick up and drop off times. $12.60 per hour. Parttime mornings and afternoons. Application on www.newell.k12 .sd.us Send to: Jeremiah Weeldreyer, 503 Dartmouth Ave, Newell, SD 57760 or email: jeremiah.weeldreyer@k1 2.sd.us call 605-4562393 or 605-206-0335.


The Weekly Prospector LOOKING FOR high ene r g y i n d i v i d u a l t h at loves to work with kids in an athletic environment, our program is ninja gymnastics based using classes, obstacles and American Ninja Warrior style challenges. Experience a plus, but will train the right person. Call Phil 605-641-8303 CARRIERS NEEDED: Various walking and motor routes available in STURGIS. Daily and Weekly deliveries available! Call & ask for Scott or Linda at 6422761 for more information. DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring part-time BANQUET PERSONNEL. Excellent gratuities. Full benefits package, 401k. Applications available online. Please fax application/resume to 60 5-559- 0 4 4 6 or e m a i l t o info@dmgrand.com

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DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring a CASINO HOST for weekends and events. Full benefits package, 401k. Applications available online. Please fax application/resume to 605-5590446 or email to info@dmgrand.com

DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring HOUSEKEEPERS. Full benefits package , 401k. Applications available online. Please fax application or resume to 605-5590446 or email info@ dmgrand.com The Weekly Prospector - The easiest way to hunt for bargains

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Afternoon and evening shifts approx. 15-30 hours/week. Must be a least 18 years old and have a valid driver's license and be able to lift 50 lbs. Employees will work machinery inserting advertisements on a production line prepping publications for daily delivery and help deliver newspapers. Stop by 315 Seaton Circle, Spearfish, and fill out an application. Ask for Kyle.

Yes we design logos! Call our Black Hills Pioneer marketing experts today 605-642-2761

Downtown Spearfish is open on Sundays for the Holidays! Every Sunday from Thanksgiving to Christmas

Come shop with us for all your Holiday gifts this year! Elysian Clothing False Bottom Bar Backporch & Bar Good Earth Jacket Zone Kathleen’s 2 Broke Girls

Reruns for Small Ones/ V-Rae’s Boutique Spearfish Brewing Redwater Kitchen Killians Steerfish

Killians is offering drink coupons for shoppers!

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The successful applicSince 1976 ... THE Choice of More Businesses than ANY OTHER! The Weekly Prospector DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring a MASSAGE THERAPIST wages DOE. Applications available online. f a x P l e a s e application/resume to 605-559-0446 or email to info@dmgrand.com

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 12 Baltimore St., Lead 605-584-1455

We are taking donations for personal hygiene products. Please drop off donations at the church. If you know anyone in need of them, call Reverend Jil at 605-645-4554.

THE BUTTE COUNTY Treasurer's Office is now taking applications for a CLERK. 29 hours per week to start January 2020; Salary: DOE. Benefits: Vacation Leave, Holiday Pay and Personal Day will be prorated to hours worked. Mandatory parSTURGIS ASSISTED ticipation in the SD ReLIVING has many posi- tirement System is retions available. Must be quired. Closing Date: 18 & have a high school Open until filled. Job diploma or equivalent. If description: Successful interested call 605-347- applicant will have good oral and written com1105. munication skills, will be CONTRACTORS/HAND able to answer phones YMEN: LOOKING for and assist customers work? We have all kinds always in a professionof work available! Call al and friendly manner. Twin City Construction The successful applicant will be required to (605)920-8372 learn the SD Cars Titling and Registration System and the Incode Property Tax and Cash Receipting System. Must be able to handle Couer Wharf Mine in Lead, confidential information, be looking organized, South Dakota is forhardworking, punctual and enthusiastic, dedicated and trustworthy. This posihardworking candidates for the tion requires standing long periods of time. open positions for listed below. Being a team player is a must for this position. Must be willing to learn • Haul Truck Operator and must have a positive attitude as we take • Process Technician great pride in customer - $2,500 hiring incentive, no experience required service. Qualifications • Crusher Operator for employment: High School diploma or GED. • Lube Technician B utte County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. InVisit http://coeur.com/company/careers/ terested individuals can to read the completeapply job descriptions by the submisand apply directly online. sion of an Application, Resume and Cover Letter addressed to the Butte County Treasurer, Attn: Debbie Lensegrav, 117 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, SD 57717. Phone 605-892-4456.

Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Available: • LEGENDS EXPO • DISHWASHER • COOK • GRAVE DROP TEAM • WEEKEND BLACKJACK DEALER We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits, paid vacations, 401K and opportunities for advancement.

Stop In at 709 Main Street and fill out an application today or APPLY ONLINE!

ant will be required to learn the SD Cars Titling and Registration System and the Incode Property Tax and Cash Receipting System. Must be able to handle confidential information, be organized, hardworking, punctual and trustworthy. This position requires standing for long periods of time. Being a team player is a must for this position. Must be willing to learn and must have a positive attitude as we take great pride in customer service. Qualifications for employment: High School diploma or GED. Butte County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Interested individuals can apply by the submission of an Application, Resume and Cover Letter addressed to the Butte County Treasurer, Attn: Debbie Lensegrav, 117 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, SD 57717. Phone 605-892-4456.

THE TOWN OF NISLAND is now accepting applications for: MAINTENANCE WORKER. Work areas include but are not limited to: Streets, snow removal, parks, water and sewer. Knowledge of all types of equipment is desired. Required to have, or become SD certified in class i water distribution within one year of employment. Wages starting at $13/HR DOE. Please request an application from: Finance Officer, Town Hall, 505 2nd St. Nisland, SD 57762 or call 605-2572509. The Town of Nisland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

AIDE; HOME HEALTH CARE: Spearfish and surrounding area. Seeking full-time and parttime Home Health Aides with a desire to improve people's lives by assisting clients with personal cares and daily living tasks in a F ull-Time Help home health care set402 Wanted ting. All hours available. CROOK COUNTY MED- Offering competitive ICAL Service is looking wages, flexible schedulfor a DIETARY AIDE/ i n g , a n d b e n e f i t s . COOK. $500 sign on Please call 348-5885 for bonus! Full benefits. more information or aponline at Apply online @: p l y www.ccmsd.org or call https://www.interimhealthcare.com/ca307-283-3501 reers/. FULL TIME RV Service Writer. Call Doug at DEADWOOD MOUN645-2965 TAIN GRAND is currently hiring a VALET Visit bhpioneer.com ATTENDANT. Full benetoday! fits package, 401k. Applications available onPOSITIONS line. Please fax applicato 605-559AVAILABLE: tion/resume 0446 or email info@dmOffice Assistant, PT/FT grand.com #1857173 Office Manager/New Constr. Disbursement #1857107 Research Scientist #1857097 Infrastructure Technician #1857096 Accountant/Bookkeeper #1857067 Maintenance Technician #1857055 Environmental Services Technician #1857041

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EXPERIENCED CDL TRUCK DRIVER. Must have Doubles/Triples endorsements. Local Haul, home every night. We offer a very competitive compensation & benefits package including Health insurance, 401k and paid personal leave. Apply in person at 10910 US Hwy 212, Belle Fourche or email resume to chris @tristateconstructionllc. net, or apply through job service. 605-8924922. Yes we have direct-to-door delivery! Call Black Hills Pioneer today 605-642-2761


State’s Attorney, Since 839 1976 ... THE Choice of More Businesses than ANY OTHER! The Weekly Prospector NEED A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE BLACK HILLS PIONEER? CARRIER DELIVERY OR E-EDITION CALL LINDA AT 642-2761 DEPUTY STATE’S ATTORNEY with the Butte County State’s Attorney’s Office. Full-time salaried position to start in January 2020; Salary: DOE. Closing Date: open until filled. Job description: Successful applicant will represent B u t t e C o u n t y i n a ll stages of court, with a primary focus on magistrate court. Position requires strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to work with minimum direction, the ability to work as part of a team, and the ability to organize and prioritize. Duties shall include working with law enforcement as well as members of the community in the preparation of crimina l cases, legal research and writing, motion preparation, and litigating cases in court. Successful applicant must be willing to continue education to further enhance litigation skills. Qualifications for employment: Juris Doctorate degree and admitted to practice law in the State of South Dakota. No experience required. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to Cassie J. Wendt, Butte County State’s Attorney, 839 Fifth Avenue, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, 57717, phone 605-8923337, fax 605-8926768, email: bcsa @buttesd.org Butte County is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Fifth Avenue, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, 57717, phone 605-8923337, fax 605-8926768, email: bcsa @buttesd.org Butte County is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Yes we design & print business cards! Call Black Hills Pioneer today 605-642-2761

Pets & Pet Supplies

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503

Lawn & Garden Items

URINE OFF Floor & Upholstery. Specially formulated for optimum performance on carpet, hard surface floors and upholstery. Even works on hardwood floors! Can be used as prespotter as well as a floor and upholstery cleaner. Safe on marble, terrazzo, tile, and laminate. RECEIVE A "FREE' Urine off LED urine finder with purchase of 1 gallon of Urine off $29.99 gallon. Versatile Carpets & Interiors -731 N. Main St. Spearfish, 605-645-3331 SD WWW.URINEOFF.COM THE CLASSIFIEDS WORK FOR YOU IN PRINT & ONLINE

515 Firewood & Fuel ALL SOLID HARDWOOD by the cord( 2 heaping pick-ups), $250 U-Haul (Vale) or $300 delivered (Northern Hills). Ad runs for 2 weeks only! Please Call 605-490-8315

Miscellaneous 516 Items

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Owner Broker

605-645-0301 www.tristaterealty.net • 1828 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche • 866-892-2113 or 605-892-2113

274,900

MLS #63037 28 LINCOLN AVE., DEADWOOD • 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath home • Two car garage • Close to downtown • Near the Mickelson Trail • Use as residence or Bed & Breakfast

MLS #63072 517 E. JACKSON BLVD., SPEARFISH

MARYSIA MCDOWALL

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Bud HannaH

For first class, professional real estate service, call or stop by and see Bud today!

(605) 645-2026 1145 Main Street Spearfish, SD 57783

www.homesintheblackhills.com

• 3 bedroom, 1 bath home • Original oak wood flooring • Birch cabinets and woodwork • Oversized one car garage • Unfinished basement to customize

695,900

$

MLS #63055 19722 RED HILL RD., SPEARFISH • 3 bedroom, 2 bath home • 23.76 acres with multiple springs • Roping arena with return alley • RV garage, horse barn, corrals • Updates include flooring and lighting

69,900

$

MLS #63074 744 PROSPECT #304, LEAD • 2 bedroom, 1 bath condo • Near abundant outdoor activities • Use as residence or rental • Property comes with some furnishings • Spa and community room

NEW LISTING IN BELLE FOURCHE!

This 4 bedroom, 2 bath home is located minutes from rec center, parks and schools. Detached 2 car garage. Very nice yard with mature trees and extensive landscaping. Many updates have been done to this property some of which include electric panel, heating system, kitchen counter tops and cabinets, flooring, appliances and so much more. Very nice property! Price: $168,000.

RENEÉ BISGAARD

Broker/Owner 605.641.9242 renee@blackhillsnow.com *Prices subject to change!

$

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Very nice large yard with mature trees. Much of the upstairs has hardwood floors, open kitchen/dining area, 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath. Basement bedroom is non-conforming. Attached garage has updated electric and new roof in 2012. Located in a very nice neighborhood this Belle Fourche home has much to offer. $164,900.

45,900

Bob Gerkin

LOCATED IN BELLE FOURCHE- 2 bedroom, all utilities except electric. On site laundry. References, no pets, $465/ month plus deposit. 605 920-0183

Apartments For Rent

750 Autos For Sale

$

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Last Month’s Top Producer

800

CRAFTSMAN 1 STAGE 1 & 2 BEDROOM SubSnow Blower. Electric sidized Apartments. Call start. Runs well. $50. 605-642-7603 for availCall 605-569-0311 ability. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY.

3 bedroom, 2 bath home in good condition. Dishwasher, washer & dryer included. Also included two 500 gallon propane tanks. Must be moved to a location of your choice.

$

BUDD HANNAH

703 Snow Equipment

WIN $3,000 in cash! Enter to win. Take our s u r v e y a t www.pulsepoll.com and tell us about your for the household shopping P E K I N G E S E - C H I N plans and media usage. 760 Autos Wanted PUPS: 1 Male, 1 Fe- Your input will help us male. Super friendly and improve the paper and adorable. All have had get the advertising spe- N E E D M O N E Y F O R 1st shots/deworming cials you want. Thank CHRISTMAS? We buy junk cars. Jim's Auto $ 2 5 0 . R e a d y n o w . you! Salvage, Sturgis. 605CALL 605-722-6803 347-2303. ARE YOU MOVING? THANKS FOR READDo you have kids that Yes we design ING THE WEEKLY draw? A restaurant in specialty items! Call PROSPECTOR need of table covers? Black Hills Pioneer We have END ROLLS today 605-642-2761 S porting & OF PAPER for sale 509 from $5 to $12! Exercise Items Come on out to 315 GREAT BUY! SKI'S Seaton Circle to get (170'S), boots(size 13 them before they are mens), bindings, 2 sets. gone! All brand new, NEVER USED. $350 for all. Call WONDERFUL HOME WITH GREAT FLOOR PLAN! 605-593-1466

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BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS ONE SOLD SIGN AT A TIME

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619 5th Ave., Belle Fourche 605.892.3663 www.BuyBlackHillsRealEstate.com

BEAUTIFUL BELLE FOURCHE LOTS!

7 acres located in the Ridge View addition. Rare find for someone that wants to build homes, duplexes/multi-family or possible other city approved ideas. With 2 ways to access this property the possibilities are endless. $150,000.

375,000

$

MLS #63060 281 CANYON RD., SUNDANCE • 5 bedroom, 2 bath home • 1.49 acres just off the creek • 2 car garage, very private • Open concept kitchen and dining • Pellet stove in living room

189,900

$

MLS #63087 220 E. ILLINOIS, SPEARFISH • 4 bedroom, 3 bath home • Situated in the heart of downtown • Use as residence, duplex or business • Fresh paint, new LVT flooring • Huge living room in the basement

242,500

$

MLS #63062 220 CADDY, SPEARFISH

• 2 bedroom, 2 bath townhome • Spacious one car garage • Updated interior, remodeled baths • HOA takes care of snow and lawn • Water and sewer in HOA fees

110,000 MLS #63130 1017 ELKHORN ST., BELLE FOURCHE $

• 2 bedroom, 1 bath home • 1.49 acres in city limits • New roof, doors, and windows • Garden area, shed • Horses allowed

Broker/Owner

1145 N. Main Street, Spearfish, SD 57783

605-642-2500 877-642-2500

remax@rushmore.com www.HomesintheBlackHills.com

120,000

$

MLS #63135 6 TURNSTILE PL., ALADDIN • 3 bedroom, 2 bath home • 0.52 acres with seasonal creek • Large 30x40 shop • 14x24 garage • On city water

530,000

$

MLS #63149 514 29TH ST., SPEARFISH

• 4,000 sq. ft. commercial building • New construction, stick frame • Great location on 0.5 acres • 4 units with bathroom and sink • Oil sand and sediment interceptor

399,500 MLS #63179 7816 DUKE PKWY., SPEARFISH $

• 3 bedroom, 2 bath townhome • Resting on Elkhorn Ridge Golf Course • 3 car garage, great views • Master suite with WIC, dual vanity • Covered patio with privacy wall

LAND FOR SALE • 0.21 acres, TBD Woods Edge Ct., Spf ........#63144 • 20.50 acres, TBD Redpath Creek Rd. .........#61981 • 9.99 acres, MS 1002 Robert Maitland Rd. ......... #61566 • 1.66 acres, TBD Hooker St., Whitewood............#59354 • 3.00 acres, Lot 2 Whaley Ln., Hill City...... #58553


Page 6A, Tuesday, December 3, 2019 DEADWOOD FURNISHED APT. Newly remodeled and nicel y decorated. 2 bedroom 1 bath in quiet neighborhood. W/S/G included. No smoking, no pets. Deposit and application required. $650/Mo call 605-641-5922

Since 1976 ... THE Choice of More Businesses than ANY OTHER!

IRON CREEK PLAZA APARTMENTS: 2 Bedroom Apts. In Spearfish **RENT BASED ON INCOME** Please cal l 605-545-5083 Equal Housing Opportunity.

ATTRACTIVE, ECONOMIC, STUDIO, 1-2-3 plus Bedroom House, Apartments and Mobile Homes in Spearfish, Lead, Deadwood, and Sturgis. 605-642-1086.

LOCATED IN DEADWOOD: Quiet neighborhood, off street parking, no steps, nice view! 2 LOCATED IN BELLE bed, 1 bath. Very low FOURCHE: - 2 bed- utility cost, w/s/g inroom, all utilities except cluded. No smoking, no electric. On site laundry. pets. Deposit and apReferences, no pets, p l i c a t i o n r e q u i r e d . $465/ month plus de- $675/Mo. call 605-641posit. 605 920-0183 5922

SPEARFISH: EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS - Microwave, refrigerator, cable, WiFi, utilities paid, & NO deposit. $500 monthly. Royal Rest and Canyon Gate Apartments. 605-6451785.

LARGE 1-2 BEDROOM APARTMENT in Deadwood, $550 plus utilities and deposit, no pets, good condition and clean, available December 1st, references required. 605484-9318.

SPEARFISH: 2 bedroom apartment. Very close to BHSU. New carpet and paint. Lots of windows. $575/month + utilities. Call 605-645-1100

STURGIS: 1 BEDROOM. CLOSE to downtown. Avail now. No Smoking, No Pets. Ref. required. Kitchen appliances included. $485/ Month + deposit includes water/sewer/ garbage. Call 605-6451950 DEADWOOD: MOVE IN READY 2 Bedroom apartments. Income Restrictions apply, no smoking, no animals. EHO. Call 605-5781401 or e-mailDenese@nwdhr.org

The Weekly Prospector

BELLE FOURCHE: Large, 1 bdrm apartment, great location & covered parking. New windows, washer and dryer. Nice yard. No pets/ no smoking. Deposit required. Call 605641-4788 BELLE FOURCHE: SUMMIT VIEW Completely Renovated 2 bedroom w/balcony, $605 all utilities paid (except electrical) off street parking, laundry on site. 307-680-1333 or 605-723-8000

STURGIS FOR RENT: Hillsview Highrise 1 & 2 bedroom apartments for rent. Income based housing. Rent range from $25-$450. For information and application call Beth at 605.347.3384. *Equal Housing Opportunity* //////SPEARFISH////// 1 & 2 Bed $500-$725 Laundry & Storage No smoking/No pets Call NHRM 641-1987 E-MAIL YOUR CLASSIFIEDS TO

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Week 14 Schedule NCAA Division I Saturday 12/7

Baylor @ Oklahoma TBA Georgia @ LSU 2 p.m. Hawaii @ Boise State 2 p.m.

NFL Thursday Night 12/5 Dallas @ Chicago 6:20 p.m.

Sunday 12/8

Detroit @ Minnesota 11 a.m. Denver @ Houston 11 a.m. Indianapolis @ Tampa Bay 11 a.m.

for a quick SNACK or BEVERAGE!

Come watch all the Sunday games and enjoy

San Francisco @ New Orleans 11 a.m. Washington @ Green Bay 11 a.m. Cincinnati @ Cleveland 11 a.m. Miami @ N.Y. Jets 11 a.m. Carolina @ Atlanta 11 a.m. Baltimore @ Buffalo 11 a.m. L.A. Chargers @ Jacksonville 2:05 p.m. Kansas City @ New England 2:25 p.m. Pittsburgh @ Arizona 2:25 p.m. Tennessee @ Oakland 2:25 p.m.

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Sunday Night 12/8 Seattle @ L.A. Rams 6:20 p.m.

Monday Night 12/9

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605-642-3662

LIQUOR Just off I-90 Exit 12, 12 Street Plaza, Spearfish

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The Weekly Prospector SPEARFISH: 2 BEDROOM UNIT. Washer, dryer, dishwasher, AC. rent based on income. Equal housing opportunity. Application from website at www.costelloco.com or call 6427603. SPEARFISH: 2 BEDROOMS AVAIL at Canyon Estates . Nicely landscaped, play area, off-street parking, laund r y facilities . S o m e units newly remodeled. Rental assistance available for Lower Income Residents. Call 605642-7400 for more information. Equal Housing Opportunity. SPEARFISH: 2 BEDROOM. 5th Street Apartments and Hillside Apartments. Clean! Rent Based On Income. For More Information Call 605-645-8933 or Apply Online at www.hdamanagement. com. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE ONSITE. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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Since 1976 ... THE Choice of More Businesses than ANY OTHER!

Townhouses For Rent

FOR RENT: 2 BEDROOM 2 bath 2 car garage. Single level, all appliances included. NO PETS NO SMOKING. Availa b l e n o w . $1250/Mo+Utilities +Deposit. Call 605641-6886 BELLE FOURCHE: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, full basement. Attached 1 car garage, central air, high efficiency natural gas heating, snow removal & lawn care included. $875/mo + 1 month deposit. Call Alan Wells 605-8925266 CLASSIFIEDS WORK!

3 BEDROOM VACANCY - Willowbrook Townhome in Belle Fourche. Rent is $700 + utilities. Security Deposit is $700. No pets/no smoking. Call Tona at 605-347-3384 for application and more info. Equal Housing Opportunity.

803 Duplexes For Rent IN BELLE FOURCHE: 2 bedroom w/walkout basement. 1116 1/2 11th St. $600/Mo includes W/S/G. Call 605723-1409. NEAR BHSU 2 Bedroom 1 Bath w/washer & dryer. Off street parking. $700/Mo w/deposit . All utilities included. 605-641-9854.

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Put the power of print to work for you! Call Black Hills Pioneer today 605-642-2761 STURGIS: KEY CITY MANOR- Efficiency and 1 bedroom apartments for rent/ income based housing/ rent range from $25-$658. For information and application call Beth at 605.347.3384. *Equal Housing Opportunity*

801 Rooms For Rent SPEARFISH CREEK INN is now taking monthly rentals. Cost is $600-80/Mo. All utilities included *PLUS WI-FI & BASIC CABL E * C a l l 6 05-642-994 1

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Relay For Life of Meade County

SOUP SUPPER & Bake Sale

Immediately following The Annual Sturgis Chamber Parade of Lights on December 6th Sturgis Fire Station • Free Will Offering

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If you need more room use the back of this form.

Computers to be given away December 21st. Applications must be in by December 14th.

Relay for Life of Meade County Celebration & 5K Walk/Run Friday, June 5th • Location TBD

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Cinnamon

A sweet old lady. She loves to be held and cuddled. She can only eat canned food due to her missing her teeth. She would love a nice calm home to live out her days and a nice window to look out. Help us find this sweet girl a loving furever home!

Bubba

A sweet old man. He does well with children, but would love to be the only pet in a nice calm home to live out his days. He is in pretty decent shape for his age. He loves to lay around outside in the sun and watch the world go by.

Mera

A sweet, very active girl. Her true breed in called a Hanging Tree Cattle Dog. She loves to run and play with her toys. She will need a very active home, due to her breeding. She is very sweet and very smart.

Make a difference for life. Adopt a shelter pet today! All Pets are spayed or neutered before they leave the shelter. Lost pets and strays fill the shelter, can you help with time or donations? Some have to choose between food for family or food for pets. To discourage animal abandonment, a Pet Food Pantry is available at the shelter for those who need it. Won’t you help us stock the Pet Food Pantry? Just drop off food at WHHS. Immunize, spay/neuter, shelter from the cold, and LOVE your pets!

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Get your (real) greens

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Green garlands are cascading down staircases, crowning doorways and slipping over mantles. Wreaths grace doors and windows and, of course, there’s trees galore. But where does all that come from? Here’s how you find and keep real bundles of holly, fir and other holiday greens.

as they dry. Also consider fresh rosemary, which also comes with a wonderful smell, bay leaves, eucalyptus, cypress and ivy. Rosemary, especially, makes an attractive tree shape that makes a lovely table decoration.

Keep it fresh

Home expert Martha Stewart advises to keep your greens fresh by spraying them with an antidesiccant spray, found at garden centers. These help keep your greens fresh by sealing in moisture in dry winter environments. Mist loose greenery daily and it will last about two weeks. The misting, by the way, also helps boost that perfect evergreen Christmas smell. Lowe’s suggests trimming the ends of

Garden centers

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Shop small businesses to improve the holiday experience

t’s the time of year when newspapers thicken with sales circulars and holiday advertisements. Consumers looking to beat the hustle and bustle and steer clear of the crowds this year may want to pay attention to local businesses in lieu of trekking to nearby shopping malls.

Every time consumers visit local coffee shops to grab a latte, pick up a dress at a nearby boutique or patronize a farmer’s market down the street, they are supporting a small business. The Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving are some of the busiest shopping days of the season, and they also can be some of the friendliest to small businesses. Plaid Friday was conceptualized in Oakland. It may have been born in the Golden State, but the movement soon spread across the country. Plaid Friday is an alternative to big box stores’ Black Friday bonanzas. It is designed to promote both local and independently-owned businesses during the holiday season. The name Plaid Friday was

used to help people visualize the various threads of small businesses coming together to create a strong community fabric that was diverse and creativity. Shoppers can continue their small business patronage with Small Business Saturday. This, too, is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The first event was created by American Express in conjunction with the nonprofit National Trust for Historic Preservation. Since its inception, many small business groups, merchants and politicians have touted the event and the Shop Small® mantra. The idea is that when small businesses thrive, communities and individuals thrive along with them.

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The Small Business Administration says that, since 1995, small businesses have generated 66 percent of all new jobs in the United States. There are a number of big reasons to shop small. One can start around the holidays and then continue all year long. • Shopping small businesses helps give back to the community directly. According to Civic Economics, a strategic planning business, on average 48 percent of each purchase made at independent businesses is recirculated locally through tax money and other support. • Small business owners often strive to provide personalized, hands-on customer service. Repeat

business is key to their survival, so they want to ensure shoppers are happy. • Small businesses, since they are not beholden to corporate oversight in terms of what they sell, have greater flexibility. That allows them to offer a diverse product selection. • Small business owners often live nearby, and they’re the people you see in town, schools and elsewhere in the local community. Many consumers are comforted to know they’re supporting their neighbors, especially during the holiday season. Supporting local businesses is easy. And shoppers who like what they see can share the good news with others on social media.

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Picking the perfect strand

othing gets the Christmas spirit flowing like stringing up the lights outside.

Keep reading to find out how to make those lights safe, keep yourself safe (hint: just stay off the roof), and still have a spectacular holiday display.

Indoor versus outdoor

Here’s what it boils down to: you can put outdoor lights inside, but never put inside lights out, bobvila. Com says. If you don’t want to spend time separating lights, choose a strand that can be either/or.

Led versus incandescent

Led lights are more popular nowadays, but they use about 10% the amount of energy than similar incandescent lights. They also burn cool, so they won’t toast your fingers, and can have plastic shells that are less prone to flaking and shattering. However, incandescent bulbs have a warm glow that has a vintage look that leds can’t mimic.

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What do all those letters and numbers mean?

Bobvila.Com breaks it down. • C6 bulbs are strawberry shaped and good for indoor trees. They are 1 1/8 inch long. • C7 bulbs are a little rounder and longer and look great on larger trees and outdoors. They are 1 1/2 inch long. • C9 are teardrop shaped and are perfect outdoors. They’re a whopping 2 1/2 inches long. • G12 bulbs are round with an etched design. They are 1 1/2 inch in diameter. Still confused? Go to your local home center. They usually have a display that shows each bulb.

How many to get

Yeah, those 100-foot-long strands

may look appealing, but remember that the longer the strand, the harder it is to wind up and put away neatly. For trees, aim to string up to 100 lights per foot of tree height. When estimating footage, like to go

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Local vs. Online

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he convenience of online shopping entices many buyers into avoiding the crowds in their local businesses. However, buying in-person comes with many advantages, both for consumers and their community’s economy.

Learn how keeping your dollars in town can have a positive effect this holiday season. One negative aspect you many forget about online shopping is its direct impact on the environment. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates transportation of goods burns 1.1 billion gallons of fuel and creates one-billion metric tons of CO2, annually.

Benefit your community

When you shop at locally owned businesses, more of your money stays in town and benefits the rest of the community. According to the organization, independent we stand, for every $100 spent at a local shop, $68 stay in community. Local business owners are inspired to give back to the neighbors who keep their doors open. Many shops purchase their products from other nearby sources and contribute to charitable causes to benefit their community.

Know what you’re getting

Sure, one- or two-day shipping is a great option for last-minute

Week 4, Page 11B shoppers, but what happens when the product is shipped incorrectly or damaged? Claiming a defective item or reaching out for a refund can be time-consuming, especially during the busy holiday season that e-commerce retailers experience. Shopping local can actually save you time and eliminate the risk of having to explain to a loved one that their item is in the reshipment process during a gift exchange. The best way to know exactly what you are buying is to inspect it in person. Make sure to analyze the product for damage before you leave the businesses’ doors so you can exchange it for another item during the same visit.

In-store promotions

Brick-and-mortar stores are no strangers to the competitiveness they face from online retailers. Check your local businesses for instore only promotions to find great savings this holiday season. One way to discover limited-time offers is by signing up for a company’s newsletters or asking them about deals in person.

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Safety when gifting toys

F

ew people garner as much delight from opening holiday gifts as young children. The holiday season is a wonder to behold, culminating with brightly wrapped presents just waiting to be revealed.

For parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends, nothing is more memorable than watching the pure joy on a child’s face when he or she opens a holiday gift. As a result, wellmeaning gift-givers sometimes forget to consider safety when seeking out toys and games for kids. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says there were more than 250,000 toy-related injuries treated in American hospital emergency departments in 2017. Most of these injuries were attributed to nonmotorized scooters, toy balls and toy vehicles. However, any toy that is not age-appropriate has the potential to cause harm. That is why the organization Prevent Blindness America, which spearheaded the campaign to make December Safe Toys and Gifts Month, advises caution when gifting youngsters.

The following are some guidelines when gifting young kids, courtesy of PBA, the CPSC and Kids Health® by Nemours. • Always read labels to see if the toy is right for a child’s age. Don’t buy a toy that is too mature for a child even if you think it would be a big hit. • Consider a gift recipient’s temperament and behavior before purchasing a toy. While one child may be mature enough to handle a toy, another of the same age may not be ready for it. • Recognize choking hazards in toys, which may include marbles, small balls and uninflated balloons. Button batteries, which come in many electronics, can be a choking hazard and cause damage to intestines if swallowed. • Toys with strings and straps can strangle young children and should

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be avoided. • Inspect all toys for sharp edges or points. Even stuffed animals with internal wires can stab, cut or shock. • Avoid toys that have parts that fly off, as they can injure the eyes or other parts of the body. • Look for nontoxic labels on toys, including crayons, markers and other art supplies. • Toys made of fabric should be labeled as flame-resistant or flameretardant. • Painted toys must use lead-free paint. • Look for the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) label, which signifies that the toy has passed the group’s safety inspection standards. • Monitor toy usage during play, and frequently examine toys to see if wear and tear has made them into hazards.

The holiday season is an exciting time for children eager to play with new toys and games. Ensuring those gifts are safe can make for a healthy giving season.

Did you know? Children with special needs often benefit from gifts with specialized purposes. While general gifts certainly can be fitting, customizing the gifts to the recipient’s particular emotional or behavioral needs can be a great way to ensure kids get the most use out of their toys. To get help with making selections, gift-givers may want to visit Miniland

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Shop frugally

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he holiday season is a joyous but often expensive time of year.

The average American will spend $700 on holiday gifts and other trimmings this year, totaling more than $465 billion says the National Retail Federation. In a 2017 survey for CIBC, Canadians said they were planning to spend an average $643 on gifts and another $300 on decor and entertaining. Such spending can compromise household budgets, making the post-holiday hangover that much more difficult. Holiday shoppers may want to emphasize being frugal this holiday season. Here are some strategies to follow.

Establish a firm limit on gifts

The more the merrier is a popular a sentiment during the

holiday season, but spending more on a gift doesn’t necessarily mean it will be better received. Many humorous, whimsical, practical, or even glamourous gifts can be had for $30 or less.

Combine financial resources

If there’s a splurge in mind for a particular person on a list, find out if someone else is willing to serve as a co-gifter. For example, siblings can chip in for a gift for Mom or Dad if they have their sights set on something expensive.

Consider a grab bag or secret gift exchange

Families or groups of friends can opt for a grab bag this year. In such arrangements, each person brings a gift worth no more than a previously agreed on amount of money, and individuals take turns pulling gifts out of the bag. This is a great way to stay within budget and is a particularly helpful arrangement for big families.

Shop all sales

Utilize sales to your best

advantage to score deals on various items. Those who plan ahead can shop off-season to help stretch a budget over the course of the year rather than over one or two months.

Include some homemade gifts

People with a talent for knitting or crocheting can create blankets

or other gifts. Bakers can whip up tasty, edible treats. The holidays are a prime time to put your unique talents to use and turn them into beloved gifts. The holidays certainly can be expensive, but people can rein in spending by acting frugally when gifting.


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Holiday Shopping Tips

hopping can be timeconsuming come the holiday season. According to a Consumer Reports Holiday Shopping Poll, during the holiday season, the average American spends roughly 42 hours buying, wrapping and returning gifts.

Holiday shopping can be both physically and mentally tiring. But there’s no reason why holiday shopping excursions cannot be comfortable.

Keep weather in mind

The weather can affect where shoppers do their shopping. Select indoor malls or outlets and other retailers with overhead coverage to protect against the elements.

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Choose easy-flow stores

Consider shopping small

Stores that are easy to navigate and offer ample room for multiple people to shop simultaneously can feel more comfortable, even during the busy holiday season.

Many small business owners go out of their way to provide a comfortable shopping experience, establishing rapport and solving problems for customers.

Wear comfortable clothing

Take breaks along the way

The rise in luxury loungewear means shoppers can be comfortable and look good at the same time. Choose footwear that will not rub and cause blisters while offering ample arch support to prevent tired feet.

Arrive well-fed

It’s difficult to make shopping decisions on an empty stomach. Heading to stores satiated can improve productivity and help avoid fatigue or impulse food stops.

Recharge by resting from the shopping experience. Take a break by sitting down or periodically engage in activities that do not involve shopping or thinking about the holidays.

Shop unencumbered

Leave unnecessary items at home so as not to be burdened down by coats, bags and other accessories. Utilize lockers at malls or coat checks. Skip bulky purses in lieu of small, easily toted options.

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Holiday Tradition Warm up with a hot beverage!

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With three weeks to go before Christmas arrives, you should: • Decide on a table setting and ensure you have enough seating room for all of your guests (rent chairs or ask your invitees to bring their own, if needed) • Prepare games and music to entertain your guests • Stock up on wine and spirits • Buy the last of your Christmas gifts

Sturgis Parade of Lights & Tree Lighting Tree Lighting Ceremony

Thursday, December 5th - 6pm-8pm • 2001 Harley Davidson Rally Point

Parade of Lights Friday December 6th - 6pm

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HANDY HOLIDAYS

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CARRIERS NEEDED: Various walking and motor routes available in STURGIS. Daily and Weekly deliveries available! Call & ask for Scott or Linda at 6422761 for more information.

DEADWOOD MOUNCOLD FLOORS? We TAIN GRAND is curhave a solution! New! rently hiring part-time Electric in floor heating. BANQUET PERSONUse under ANY flooring NEL. Excellent gratuitincluding wood. Effi- ies. Full benefits packcient, safe and easy to age, 401k. Applications install. Only 3/32" thick. available online. Please Versatile Carpets & In- fax application/resume teriors 731 Main St. t o 6 0 5 - 5 5 9 - 0 4 4 6 or t o Spearfish, SD 605-645- e m a i l 333. www.warmfloor i n f o @ d m g r a n d . c o m .com Email: warmfloor designs@gmail.com. STURGIS ASSISTED LIVING has many positions available. Must be Part-Time Help 401 18 & have a high school Wanted diploma or equivalent. If NEWELL SCHOOL BUS interested call 605-347DRIVER WANTED. Must 1105. pass pre-employment criminal background check. Obtain required drivers' license endorsement for driving bus. Maintain a safe bus environment with a precise schedule of pick up and drop off times. $12.60 per hour. Parttime mornings and afternoons. Application on www.newell.k12 .sd.us Send to: Jeremia h W e e l d r e y e r , 5 03 Dartmouth Ave, Newell, SD 57760 or email: jeremiah.weeldreyer@k1 2.sd.us call 605-4562393 or 605-206-0335.

DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring a CASINO HOST for weekends and events. Full benefits package, 401k. Applications available online. Please fax application/resume to 605-5590446 or email to info@dmgrand.com DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring HOUSEKEEPERS. Full benefits package , 401k. Applications available online. Please fax application or resume to 605-5590446 or email info@ dmgrand.com DEADWOOD MOUNTAIN GRAND is currently hiring a MASSAGE THERAPIST wages DOE. Applications available online. f a x P l e a s e application/resume to 605-559-0446 or email to info@dmgrand.com

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Celebrate the Holidays with the Matthews A Readers’ Theater Christmas Carol December 3 • 7pm Cost: FREE! A DONATION IS SUGGESTED

Celebrate South Dakota Day of Giving by hearing the story of the stingiest curmudgeon in fiction: Ebenezer Scrooge. Our Readers‘ Theater group will be performing their own 45-minute version of this classic tale followed by traditional caroling in the Matthews Theater. Cider, hot cocoa, and cookies will be served.

Santa and his Craftshop December 7 • 11am-5pm Cost: FREE

Holiday Piano Duets Bellman December 11 • 12 pm Cost: FREE

Holiday Jazz with Sophia Beatty December 19 7:30 pm Cost: $30 Table Seat $20 Balcony

Meet Santa and create fun holiday crafts from 11 am to 5 pm on Saturday, December 7. Santa will be available in the Matthews Theater Lobby from 1 – 4 pm. Crafts will be available from 11 am to 5 pm.

The Spearfish Piano Duets club will perform their annual holiday show in the opera house theater. This annual performance fills up quickly, so be sure to come early and get a good seat!

The Matthews presents Holiday Jazz with Sophia Beatty. This live concert with a full band will include your favorite Christmas songs, as well as many of the most popular jazz songs made famous by artists like Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, and Billie Holiday. Cabaret style seating with bottle service is available. Tickets are on sale now!

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Receipting System. Must be able to handle CROOK COUNTY MEDconfidential information, ICAL Service is looking be organized, hard- for a DIETARY AIDE/ working, punctual and COOK. $500 sign on trustworthy. This posi- bonus! Full benefits. tion requires standing A p p l y o n l i n e @ : for long periods of time. www.ccmsd.org or call THE BUTTE COUNTY Being a team player is a 307-283-3501 Treasurer's Office is must for this position. now taking applications Must be willing to learn T H E TOWN OF for a CLERK. 29 hours and must have a posit- NISLAND is now acper week to start Janu- ive attitude as we take cepting applications for: ary 2020; Salary: DOE. great pride in customer MAINTENANCE WORKB e n e f i t s : V a c a t i o n service. Qualifications ER. Work areas include Leave, Holiday Pay and for employment: High but are not limited to: Personal Day will be School diploma or GED. Streets, snow removal, p r o r a t e d t o h o u r s B u t t e C o u n t y i s a n parks, water and sewer. worked. Mandatory par- Equal Employment Op- Knowledge of all types ticipation in the SD Re- portunity Employer. In- of equipment is desired. tirement System is re- terested individuals can Required to have, or quired. Closing Date: apply by the submis- become SD certified in Open until filled. Job sion of an Application, class i water distribudescription: Successful Resume and Cover Let- tion within one year of applicant will have good ter addressed to the employment. Wages oral and written com- Butte County Treasurer, starting at $13/HR DOE. munication skills, will be Attn: Debbie Lensegrav, Please request an apable to answer phones 117 5th Avenue, Belle plication from: Finance and assist customers Fourche, SD 57717. Officer, Town Hall, 505 always in a profession- Phone 605-892-4456. 2nd St. Nisland, SD al and friendly manner. 57762 or call 605-257The successful applic2509. The Town of F ull-Time Help ant will be required to 402 Nisland is an Equal OpWanted learn the SD Cars Titling portunity Employer. and Registration Sys- FULL TIME RV Service tem and the Incode Writer. Call Doug at The Weekly Prospector Property Tax and Cash 645-2965 - The easiest way to Receipting System. hunt for bargains Must be able to handle confidential information, beBelle organized, hardFourche Area Community Center Winter 2020 working, punctual and trustworthy. This position requires standing for long periods of time. Being a team player is a must for this position. Must be willing to learn and must have a positive attitude as we take great pride in customer Coed League - Sundays • Women’s League - Mondays service. Qualifications 8-Week season for employment: Highplus double elimination league tournament School diploma or GED. B u$250 t t e Cper o u n tteam y is an Employment OpEqual ALL FEES & SIGNATURES portunity Employer. InARE DUE AT REGISTRATION. terested individuals can No roster changes/additions apply by date. the submisafter this sion of an Application, Registration Resume andpackets Coveravailable Let- at BFACC online at www.bellefourche.org teror addressed to the and click Rec Center. Butte County Treasurer, Attn: Debbie Lensegrav, Volleyball refs also needed! 117 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, SDcontact 57717. For more info, Phone Tessa @605-892-4456. 892-2467 or programs.bfacc@midconetwork.com CONTRACTORS/HAND YMEN: LOOKING for work? We have all kinds of work available! Call Twin City Construction (605)920-8372

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Small BuSineSS Saturday

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Holiday Inn & Convention Center 305 N. 27th Street, Spearfish POSTPONED until Dec. 8th, 10am-4pm Be sure to come out and share in the Small Business Saturday with us! Some of your favorite local vendors will have a great display of unique gifts for everyone on your list! COME AND ENJOY A CUP OF COFFEE AND COOKIE WHILE YOU SHOP! Also Taking the Spearfish AlsoDonations taking for donations forFood thePantry

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CLOSES WITH THE LIVE AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 Featuring: Approximately 2000 combination first and second cutting grass-alfalfa hay round bales. Mike has taken extra care to make sure his hay is put up right! Hay was at 14-17% moisture when it was baled. All hay is from his property, is noxious weed free and will weigh an average of 1120 lbs per bale on first cutting and 1160 lbs per bale on second cutting. All bale weights are rounded down to even number and all hay will be sold by the bale lot quantities.

SHOWING DATES AT HAY LOCATION: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2019 AND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2019 FROM 12:00 TO 3:00 P.M.; AUCTION MORNING: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 FROM 9:00 TO 11:00 A.M. OR BY APPOINTMENT WITH AUCTION COMPANY OR MIKE AT 507-696-2095 FOR SHOWINGS.

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Cold-weather workout tips

W

orkouts are a part of many people’s daily routines. Some look forward to their exercise sessions, while others only commit after finding ways to make them as enjoyable as possible.

For people who don’t enjoy working out indoors, finding ways to exercise in the great outdoors can provide the incentives necessary to commit to daily workouts. Exercising outdoors is a great way to get some fresh air, but what about those days when the weather isn’t so inviting? Lengthy periods of cold or inclement weather, which is common in fall and winter in many parts of the world, can interrupt daily routines and derail one’s fitness goals. However, there are ways

to overcome inclement weather so outdoor workouts can be enjoyed yearround.

Warm up for longer

Muscles typically require more time to warm up in cold weather than they do in warm weather. The Canadian Chiropractic AssociationTM notes that many people feel as though there muscles are noticeably stiffer in cold weather than in warm weather.

This can make people who exercise in such weather more vulnerable to musculoskeletal injuries. One way to reduce that risk is to warm up for longer periods of time than you might in warm weather. For example, runners might want to walk slowly outdoors for several minutes before they begin jogging. Doing so can loosen and warm up muscles that are naturally stiff in cold weather.

core, as the outdoor recreation retailer The North Face® notes that blood pulls toward the chest and abdominal area, making this the warmest part of your body. Focus on keeping the extremities, including fingers, toes and nose, warm with materials like gloves and tall socks. Face masks can be helpful to cover the nose and neck, but make sure they’re made from breathable materials that won’t hold moisture.

Dress appropriately

Reconsider your footwear to improve balance

The gear outdoor exercise enthusiasts wear can go a long way toward making cold weather workouts more enjoyable and safe. Layering clothing during cold weather workouts allows people to maintain steady body temperatures throughout a workout by removing layers as they heat up if they need to. Even though it’s cold, your body will still sweat, so look for a wicking material that draws moisture away from your body. This is especially important for your

Frozen ground is not as easy to traverse as unfrozen ground, so look for footwear that provides added traction. Winter running shoes that come with studded soles might be necessary. Trekking poles also can help hikers gain traction on frozen or snow-covered trails. Outdoor workouts don’t have to end when the weather gets cold. A few simple tricks can help people exercise outdoors throughout the year.

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