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[ t p.o. Box 359 - 825 Main Street Burke, South Dakota 57523-0359 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, SD 57523. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: in Gregory County - $30.00 plus $1.95 tax = $31.95 per year. In South Dakota - $35.00 plus $2.28 tax = $37.28 per year. Out of state $40.00 per year. Advertising rates on request. Display Ads $4.00 Per Column Inch. Cards of Thanks 5 per word $4.00 Minimum. Classified ads 20 per word $4.00 minimum. Phone: 605-775-2612 Fax: 605-775-2612 E-maih burkegaz@gwtc.net OFFICIAL COUNTY & CITY NEWSPAPER West Community Memorial Hospi- tal is happy to announce a $15,000 grant approval on behalf of Golden PARADE MARSHALL West Telecommunications for the Continued from Page 1 upcoming hospital building proj- competitions were held to get ev- ect. The award is part of the 2016 eryone in the spirit to win! Golden West Economic Develop- On Thursday the Lady Cou- ment Program and will be contin- gars traveled south of the border to gent upon securing the USDA loan. Spencer, NE and got the first win of The hospital has applied for financ- the week, setting the tone for Friday with lows in the 30s and highs in the night's football game. The Cross upper 50s. County team hosted the Cougar In- Wednesday vite at the Burke Golf Course with Mostly sunny, with a high near 68. 12 teams participating. Kray Per- West wind 5 to 10 mph. son took top honors in the boys race Wednesday Night and the Cougar boys team brought Mostly cloudy, with a low around home the Traveling Trophy. 42. West southwest wind 5 to 10 Friday's activities started out mph becoming north northeast in with a Bake Sale hosted by the the evening. Burke Music Boosters, followed Thursday by the Homecoming Parade. Floats A chance of showers, then showers were very creative this year and the likely and possibly a thunderstorm students should be commended for after lpm. Mostly cloudy, with a their hard work! Following the pa- high near 52. North wind around rade, many attended the Pie & Ice 15 mph. Chance of precipitation is Cream Social hosted by the Burke 60%. Music Boosters, filling up the VFW Thursday Night in no time at all. A chance of showers before lam. A Punt, Pass & Kick competition Patchy frost after 3am. Otherwise, was held at the Football field for mostly cloudy, then gradually be- kids hosted by the Burke Men's As- coming mostly clear, with a low sociation. Winners were announced around 33. Chance of precipitation during half-time of the football is 30%. game and are listed in this issue. Friday The Cougars ended their Home- Areas of frost before 9am. Other- coming with a big W, beating the wise, sunny, with a high near 56. Avon Pirates 22-20 in front of one Friday Night of the largest crowds seen at a foot- Patchy frost after 4am. Otherwise, ball game in a long time! Congratu- partly cloudy, with a low around 34. lations Burke on your 2016 Home- Saturday coming success! Areas of frost before 8am. Other- wise, sunny, with a high near 62. WEATHER Saturday Night Continued from Page 1 Mostly clear, with a low around 40. more rain on Wednesday and Thurs- Sunday day then clearing into the weekend Sunny, with a high near 70. 15K To Hospital Building Fund ing for the building project through the USDA and anticipates an an- swer sometime this month. Golden West is committed to helping rural communities grow and thrive, and encourage other area businesses to help meet this goal. Pictured above are hospital CEO, Mistie Sachtjen arid' Bart Birkland, Golden West Board Member. Sunday Night Mostly clear, with a low around 45. Columbus Day Sunny, with a high near 73. GEORGE KENZY Continued from Page 1 has been with the bank in several capacities since 1984. George is married to Laurie Lillibridge Kenzy and they have three grown children Kelsea Kenzy Sutton, Katelyn Kenzy and Chloe Kenzy. Thomas Lillibridge will remain in his present role as Co-Chairman. ing Sanford Health is investing in the health and wellness of South Central South Dakota with two major contributions to facilities in Wmner and Burke. Both donations are from the Sanford Health Com- munity Dividend Fund, which is used for sponsorships, facility im- provements and economic develop- ment in the communities served by the health system. Locally owned Winner Region- al Healthcare Center will receive Continued on Page 3 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Burke Volunteer Fire Department Fire Prevention Week/C0mmunity Appreciation At 9th Lunch Served.... We will be serving hotdogs, beans and chips! Our way of saying Thank You to everyone for all the support you have given us over the years! Come out and see what we do as a fire depart- ment .... we will be demonstrating various skills and tasks that we perform as firefighters! NAPER NEBRASKA Cafe Hours: Sunday - Thursday, Closing at 8:30 PM Friday & Saturday Closing at 9:30 PM Open Daily at 8:00 AM Phone: 1-402-832-5272 Terry Sachtjen, Proprietor ? ,O = ..... with Stir Fry Vegetables Served with home made soup and salad bar! | Italian Night is Thursday Night! SERVING... Peppered Shrimp Alfredo or Chicken Parmesan Thursday (10-6) Fried chicken Friday (10-7) Meatloaf Tuesday (lO-11)Indian Tacos Wednesday (10-12) Goulash Thursday (10-13) Reuben Friday (10-14) Beef Stew & Biscuits Pizza Night on Wednesday Nights! Mexican Night on Friday Nights! Prime Rib on Saturday Nights! RESTAURANT HOURS: Monday Closed ~ Tuesday thru Thursday 11 am to 10 pm ~ Friday & Saturday 11 am to 10 pm Sunday Closed LOUNGE HOURS: Tuesday thru Thursday 5 pm to Close Friday 4:30 pm to Close ~ Saturday 4:30 pm to Close, Sunday & Monday Closed FOOD & SPIRITS Phone: 775-2184 Burke~ SD 2