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P.O. Box 359 - 825 Main Street Burke, South Dakota 57523-0359 LISP8 - 07-740 C.J. Fahrenbacher Owner & Publisher Published once a week at Burke, South Dakota 57523. Periodicals postage paid at Burke, South Dakota. Postmaster - Send address change to THE BURKE GAZETTE, P.O. Box 359, Burke, South Dakota 57523. SUBSCRIPTION RATES:In Gre- gory County- $30.00 plus $1.80 tax = $31.80 per year. In South Dakota - $35.00 plus $2.10 tax = $37.10 per year. Out of state - $40.00 per year. Advertising rates on request. Dis- play Ads $4.00 Per Column Inch, Card of Thanks 5c per word $4.00 Mini- mum. Classified ads 20c per word $4.00 minimum. Phone: 605-775-2612 Fax: 605-775-2612 E-mail: burkegaz@gwtc.net OFFICIAL COUNTY & CITY NEWSPAPER To Fil On Main Renee Sutton (center) is pic- pair, B Complex Vitamins (B12, tured representing the Rosebud B6, and niacin) to release energy Rancherettes, presenting their re- from the foods we eat, selenium to cent generous contribution to the fight damaging effects to the body, Fitness On Main renovation toand zinc to promote healthy im- board members Valerie Van Me-mune systems and assist with heal- tre (left) and Kelsea Sutton (right). ing wounds. Additionally, beef is Donating to the Fitness On Main a good source of iron for carrying AAU WRESTLING renovation to assist with allowing oxygen in the blood, B Complex Continued from Page 1 the nonprofit organization to open Vitamin riboflavin, choline for Tournament has long been kno, vn again to promote health and well- memory health and muscle control, for it's organization and this )ear ness in the community seemed logi- and phosphorus for strong teeth and was no exception. The tournanent cal to the Rancherettes, as they are bones. started at 5:30 PM sharp and mo'ed already huge promoters of healthy For more information on beef through the classes without in.er- eating to promote a healthy lifestyle or healthy recipes, check out beef- ruption. A small army of parents, through beef consumption, nutrition.org, or contact one of your fans, and high school wrestlers are Beef, especially lean cuts, are local Rancherettes. Fitness On always on hand to staff the tables a nutrient rich protein to include in Main is appreciative of the contin- keeping track of the wrestlers and your diet. Beef provides the con- ued support of the renovation that is see that they are ready to wrestle sumer with an excellent source of in progress - keep your eyes open when it is time for their match, protein for muscle growth and re- for an upcoming opening date! Local wrestlers participating in the tournament were: Taos We- eral more snow showers throughout Sunday borg, Jayder Schonebaum, Jakoby the week but nothing that could be Partly sunny, with a high near 39. Schonebaum, Tucker Even, Hunter measured. The advanced outlook Sunday Night Hitchcock, Lorence Edoff, Daw- looks like our weather will /eve/ Mostly cloudy, with a low around son York, Genty Bartling, Elijah out somewhat with no precipitation 26. Bartling, Cade Burrus, Garner Bur- predicted and temperatures rang- Washington's Birthday rus, Moxon Fox, Ryggan Lambey, ing from lows in the single digits to Mostly sunny, with a high near 45. Dustin Rozeboom, Tye Rozeboom, highs near 40. PRESCRIBED BURN Cody Rozeboom, Taron Serr, Car- Wednesday Continued from Page 1 son Peck and Mason Peck. Partly sunny, with a high near 39. David Steffen is a former Natu- The next meet the AAU Team South southeast wind 5 to 10 mph ral Resources Conservation Officer. will attend will be Kimball this Sat- becoming north northwest in the af- He was instrumental in getting the urday and Chamberlain on Sunday. temoon, organization started. He talked to The District Tournament will be Wednesday Night other landowners in the Bonesteel held at Tyndall on March 5th and Mostly cloudy, with a low around areas for several years. Said Steffen, the Regions will be at the Corn Pal- 19. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph. "Cedar trees were really cutting into ace in Mitchell on March 12th. The Thursday the production of grasslands here in State Tournament will be on March Mostly cloudy, with a high near 34. Gregory County. I was looking at an 27th through 29th at the Swiftel Cen- East northeast wind 5 to 10 mph be- aerial photo that showed me there ter in Brookings. coming south in the afternoon, are a lot of acres of trees that look FOOD DRIVE Thursday Night like they're coming up the Missouri Continued from Page 1 Mostly cloudy, with a low around River." He used the ArcView GIS 'N Wares in Gregory, SD by Satur- 23. system and started measuring those day, February 20. Friday acres. In 2012, over 30% of Grego- For additional information, Mostly cloudy, with a high near 29. ry County was covered with trees. contact Gregory Food Council Friday Night He also looked at a study the members Ed Nebola 830-8282, Jo- Mostly cloudy, with a low around 8. NRCS completed on Doug Felt- Anna Lanz 835-8369 or Kelsea Sut- Saturday man's land south of Chamberlain. ton 830-5039. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 25. It showed where the trees are re- WEATHER Breezy. ally thick there was at least a 70% Continued from Page 1 Saturday Night reduction in carrying capacity, the nied by high winds making travel Mostly cloudy, with a low around amount of forage available for live- difficult. Other than that we had sev- 18. Breezy. stock to graze. The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, February 10, 2016 2 The South Dakota Grassland paid postage to contact landowners Coalition gave Steffen a grant that Continued on Page 3 Serving Starts at 5:00 P.M. Naper VFW Hall ~ Everyone Welcome Gun Raffle Tickets Available! 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