April 2013

Tanna Kingsbury, an eighth grader at Sanborn Central, is currently at St. Mary’s Hospital with Mayo Clinic in Rochester. She has been diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma.
A Caring Bridge page has been set up to keep everyone informed on what’s going on. Her address while she’s there is: St. Mary’s Hospital, Patient: Tanna Kingsbury, Room 2-151, 1216 2nd St. SW, Rochester, MN 55905.
Tanna’s Caring Bridge page is https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/tannakingsbury.
Christie Ruml is having a Scentsy Fundraiser for Kingsbury for the next two weeks. It is set up on her Web site at www.christieruml.scentsy.us. You can click on Tanna’s name under open parties and order. All profits will be donated to the Tanna Kingsbury fund.
Kyanna Huff of Plankinton is also doing a Kingsbury fundraiser with Norwex products for two weeks. Her Web site is www.kyannahuff.norwex.biz. You can e-mail, Facebook or call her with your orders (kyannag.13@hotmail.com, 605-682-1339).
An account for donations has also been established in Tanna’s name at Home Federal Bank, Mitchell.
Sanborn Central Supt. Linda Whitney has volunteered to coordinate the fundraising efforts. She can be contacted at the school or at linda.whitney@k12.sd.us.
Ewing’s sarcoma is a primary bone cancer that affects mainly children and adolescents. It accounts for just one percent of childhood cancers and there are only 200 new cases diagnosed in the United States per year.
Ewing’s tumors are inherited and not caused by any sort of environmental factors. It is unknown why the cancer occurs.
Tanna is the daughter of Kevin and Lynnette Kingsbury of Letcher.

Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held before the Sanborn County Commissioners, acting as the Board of Adjustment at 10:15 a.m. on April 16th, in the Commissioners’ room, second floor of the Sanborn County Courthouse in Woonsocket, SD.
This is for a variance for Danny Ball to erect a 16’ (ft.) addition on to his existing building at Lots 19-21, Block 2, Dunn’s Addition, Woonsocket, SD. Existing regulations allow 14’ (ft.) sidewalls.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend this hearing.
Should you have any questions, please call our office at 605-796-4514.
Mark Meyer
Zoning Administator
Sanborn County

Notice is hereby given by the Ravenna Township Board to all farmers and landowners:
SDCL 31-32-7 destruction, etc., of township grade or ditch. Violation as a misdemeanor. No unauthorized person may injure any township road by removing, destroying or otherwise altering the grade constructed for such road or by filling, or otherwise altering the ditch which drains the grade of such road or otherwise injures such road in any manner. A violation of this section is a Class 2 Misdemeanor.
This may occur by tilling or planting a crop in the road ditch, which interferes with the drainage and sights distance. This also causes silt and other debris to plug culverts and bridges.
Notice is hereby given that any destruction or injury to a township road ditch or right-of-way may result in legal action by township to enforce the law. This may include mowing of crops by the township or removal of dirt and dirt construction within the township right-of-way causing damage to crops. The cost to the township for repairing and returning the road to its proper state will be recovered in a civil action against the person responsible.
Ravenna Township
Board