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15 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, October 5, 2016 School Board oints as a way to is ou a e mo- torists from drinking and then driv- Chang Meeting Date To Oct. 17th The Burke School Board meet- ing, set for Tuesday, October 11th, has been moved to Monday, October 17th at 7:30 PM in the high school DDN room. Sobriety Checkpoints ing. The Patrol plans to hold 23 total checkpoints. October checkpoints will be held in: Brookings, Brown, Charles Mix, Clay, Codington, Custer, Day, Gregory, Hughes, Lawrence, Lin- coln, Minnehaha, Moody, Penning- ton, Roberts, Spink, Stanley, Tripp and Walworth. The South Dakota Highway Patrol is part of the Department of Public Safety. Planned For Gregory C0. PIERRE, S.D. - Sobriety checkpoints are planned in 19 South Dakota counties during the month of October. The South Dakota Highway Patrol conducts the monthly check- Gregory Co. NOW SHOWING! The Magnificent Seven Rated PG-13 Action/Adventure Show Times Sat. & Sun. October 8 & 9 at 7:30 p.m. Hipp Gregory Cinema Theatre 505 Main St. ned For This Su Mark your calendar to attend the next Burke Walks! The Cem- etery Walk will be held Sun., Oct. 9 at 5:00 pm (registration at 4:45 pm). The walk will begin at the Burke Civic Center with transportation provided to the cemetery. Burke Walks ! are free and everyone is wel- come ! all Events Fall events are taking shape in Burke! The Swift Family has opened their Pumpkin Stand. If mother na- ture doesn't put you in the mood for fall, then a trip to the Swift's Pump- kin Stand surely should do the trick! The Lady Cougars are prepar- ing for their Annual Dig Pink event. Dig Pink night will be held in con- junction with the B/SC vs. Gregory Volleyball match Thursday, October 13th, in Burke. This year's proceeds will be donated to the Gregory Co. Hope Society. The Annual Appreciation Dinner will again be held on a Monday eve- nin with & Sandwich meal. Birthday Phyllis You're Invited ..... To come and help Phyllis celebrate her 85th Birthday at the Burke Civic Center from 2 to 4 pm on Saturday, October 8th "Favorite Can't Make The Party .... ,, .... :__ Send a card to Phyllis at , Memorles" 35m z99=st., Bonesteel, SD 5731p, Come Herrick United Methodist Church Sunday Services The event is being scheduled for December 5th and is hosted by the Burke Community Club. Community Memorial Hospital is planning their upcoming Gala. December l0th is the date picked for the event and the theme this year will be "Tinsel Town". Fi ntion For PIERRE, S.D. - South Da- kota's fire marshal says this year's Fire Prevention Week is a chance for individuals and families to prac- tice fire safety. Fire Prevention Week starts Sunday, Oct. 9, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 15. State Fire Mar- shal Paul Merriman says the week is a good opportunity for families to discuss what to do during a fire. "We encourage families to hold fire drills in their home on a regular basis," says Merriman. "Everyone in the family should know how to escape the home in case there is a fire. It is too late to make a plan when an actual fire starts." The theme for Fire Prevention Week is "Don't Wait. Check the Date!" This is the third year of a three-year campaign started by the National Fire Protection Associa- tion that focuses on the importance of smoke alarms. "This year's message encour- ages homeowners to replace older smoke alarms every 10 years," Mer- riman says. "Smoke alarms are im- portant and can help save lives. But they do no good when not properly maintained." Smoke alarm messages for this week include: Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, includ- ing the basement. Interconnect all smoke alarms throughout the home. This way, when one sounds, they all do. Test alarms at least monthly by pushing the test button. Make sure everyone in the home knows the sound of the smoke alarm and un- derstands what to do when they hear it. If the smoke alarm sounds, get outside and stay outside. Go to your outside meeting place. Call the fire department from outside the home. To learn more about smoke alarms, visit the National Fire Protection Association web site at www.firepreventionweek. org and www.sparky.org/fpw. Magistrate Court Sandy Teigen, Magistrate Camille Lauren Griffith, 27, of Rapid City, SD. Speeding on other roadways, plead guilty by POA. Fined $99.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Roy Salas, 30, Santa Rosa, TX. Speeding on a state highway, plead guilty by POA. Fined $59.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 sur- charges. Eric L. Hunsley, 43, of Hastings, NE. Speeding on a state highway, plead guilty by POA. Fined $39.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 sur- charges. Ross Pillsbury, 36, of Minneapo- lis, MN. Speeding on a state high- way, plead guilty by POA. Fined $59.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Kenzie Marie Dougherty, 23, of Colome, SD. Fail to maintain finan- cial responsibility, no plea entered. Motion dismissed by Court. Pamela Gwynn Nicholson, 55, of Garrison, ND. Speeding on other roadways, plead guilty by POA. Fined $79.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Jose Luz Arroyo, 19, of Porter, TX. Speeding on other roadways, plead guilty by POA. Fined $79.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 sur- charges. Angel Dejesus Castro, 19, of O'Neill, NE. Motorboat wake/ wash violations in posted waters, plead guilty by POA. Fined $50.00, $40.00 court costs and $20.00 sur- charges. Operating boat without license numbers, plead guilty by POA. Fined $54.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. James Lee Brumbaugh, 15, of Gregory, SD. Renewal registration during assigned month, plead guilty by POA. Fined $54.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Dakota Alexander Dougherty, 17, of Colome, SD. Speeding on a state highway, plead guilty by POA. Fined $39.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Arnold Songer, 47, of Gregory, SD. Driving with suspended (not revoked) license, plead guilty by POA. Fined $204.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Jenna Renee Whipple-Riley, 24, of Mission, SD. Speeding on a state highway, plead guilty by POA. Fined $39.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Sherman Vomacka, 62, of Greg- ory, SD. Exhibition driving, plead guilty by POA. Fined $54.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 sur- charges. Pamela Jean Klein, 53, of Greg- ory, SD. Renewal registration dur- ing assigned month, plead guilty by POA. Fined $54.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Alonso Franco, 18, of O'Neill, NE. Personal watercraft rules-not wearing lifejacket, plead guilty by POA. Fined $54.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Coral Garcia, 30, of Phoenix, AZ. Speeding on a state highway, plead guilty by POA. Fined $39.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 sur- charges. James Zimmerman, 37, of Greg- ory, SD. Speeding on a state high- way, plead guilty by POA. Fined $39.00, $40.00 court costs and $26.00 surcharges. Circuit Court Kathleen F. Trandahl Presiding Judge Matthew Klein, 30, of Gregory, SD. Disorderly conduct, plead guilty. Sentenced to 30 days in jail with 29 days suspended and credit given for 1 day served. Simple as- sault attempt to put another in fear of bodily harm, no plea entered. Dismissal-Reduction. Obey all fed- eral, state and local laws and munic- ipal ordinances for 6 months; have no contact with Wyatt Smithson- Johnson for a period of 6 months. No contact means no personal con- tact, no telephone calls, no elec- tronic communication, including texting, emails or posting on social networks, and no third party con- tact. Continued on Page 16 Inez Jones was a Wednesday vis- itor of Elsie Kortmeyer and Delbert Miller at Haisch Hans in Bonesteel, and a Friday visitor of Ilah-Lee W'll- luweit at the nursing home in Greg- ory. A fun filled week for Myma Brunz: Farmer's Market on Thurs- day, she bought South Dakota foods, Kolaches by Syb, Prune Kuchen, our state's dessert, by Lucille. In the meantime, the Cougar Cross Coun- try Invite was going on at the golf course, and she was able to watch the final races. It was a beautiful day and the golf course was lovely. It was so well groomed that the grass was like a magic carpet. Friday, the climax of Home- coming week: Myma was an early bird supporter at the bake sale, the Parade was impressive, afterward the parade watchers flowed in to the VFW for Pie, Ice Cream, and Cof- fee. That evening, she was sitting on the bleachers watching the Burke/ South Central Cougar football team - defeat Avon 22-20 in an exciting game! Sunday afternoon, Michaela Johnson and her little daughter, Tirzah Joy, came calling. It was joyful catching up with her young friend and seeing how Tirzah (10 months) has grown. Monday, Myr- na enjoyed Dinner on Main, a fund raiser for the rural Paxton church restoration. She had spent the morn- ing getting packages ready to mail, so was late. All was well, though, because she was able to visit and eat the delicious meal with the cooks, Mary Stevicks, Bev Rubel, and Mrs. Kevin DeMers.