Announcements for October 4, 2013

 

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Here are some school and other weather related announcements. If your organization or school have announcements we can help you pass along, contact us at 605-224-8686 or 1-800-658-5439 in Pierre or 605-845-3654 or 1-800-658-3451 in Mobridge. Fax numbers are 605-224-8984 and 605-845-5094. Cancellations or postponements can also be e-mailed to news@dakotaradiogroup.com.

 

SCHOOL AND SPORTS RELATED ANNOUNCEMENTS:

-The homecoming football game between Stanley County and Jones County scheduled for tonight in Ft. Pierre has been postponed to Monday due to the weather conditions in central South Dakota.

-The Stanley County Booster Club Whopper Feed scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.

-The Homecoming game with Chamberlain vs. Mobridge-Pollock has been moved to 5:30 p.m. The CHS Homecoming Dance has been moved to immediately after the football game and will be held for three hours in the CHS Multi-Purpose Room. The CHS Band will not be attending the Festival of Bands in Sioux Falls on Saturday.

-Herreid/Selby and Miller football at Miller has been moved to 5:30 p.m. today.

-The Georgia Morse Middle School Volleyball vs. Aberdeen (Home game): Postponed from Sat. 10/5 to Tuesday 10/15 @ 4:00 pm at GMMS

-The Cross Country meet that was to be in Highmore this Saturday, has been postponed to next Saturday, 10/12 with the same exact schedule starting at 10:00.

-Lyman vs. Hill City football game has been postponed to Monday, October 7 at 5:00 p.m.

-The Kimball/White Lake vs. Lyman volleyball game has been moved from Monday, October 7 to Saturday, October 12 at 6:30 p.m.

 

 

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS:

-South Dakota officials have closed Interstate 90 between Wall and the Wyoming state border. That segment of I-90 will remain closed until storm conditions improve and crews are able to clear the roadway. Travelers are urged to visit safetravelusa.com/SD or to call 511 to check road conditions in other parts of South Dakota.

-Organizers say that tomorrow’s fundraising “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk” will still go on despite what could be some challenging weather.  Charlene Lund with the American Cancer Society says that some changes will be made to the schedule for tomorrow to make participants more comfortable should weather conditions be inclement.  Registration will still be at 9:00 a.m.   The list of speakers could change, since some are coming from out of town and adjustments might have to be made to the schedule as needed.  Lund says there will still be music, entertainment, food, a pink market place and a breast cancer survivor’s reception area.  Since winds are expected to be brisk tomorrow, the walk route has been changed to avoid Hilger’s Gulch.  Lund says the route will be explained at the South Dakota Visitors Center before the walk starts at noon.  The walk will loop around the Capitol and around the Governor’s Residence for a 3K walk and loop twice for a 5K walk.  Those that have questions for tomorrow’s American Cancer Society Making Strides Walk can contact the ACS in Pierre at 224-6772.

-Racing activity at Oahe Speedway has been cancelled for this weekend due to predicted weather conditions. Any questions, please call Jessica at 605-280-8629.

-Fall Festival Events, scheduled for Saturday (10/5) in Chamberlain – Oacoma,  except the Carnival; will be held as scheduled, including the “punkin chunkin”.  Some events will be moved indoors, the rest please bundle up!

-For the safety of the traveling public and airport employees, the Rapid City Regional Airport is closed for the remainder of the day due to the current weather conditions.  Crews will continue to work through the night to reopen the airport by 8:00 AM tomorrow, weather dependent.  Passengers should contact their respective airline to check on the status of their flights.


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