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Museum membership meeting

The annual membership meeting for the Dakota Sunset Museum in Gettysburg will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 16 starting at 7 p.m. in the conference room of the Potter County Library.  Election of Directors will take place, and anyone who is interested in becoming a voting member is welcome to attend and pay dues.  For more information contact the museum […]

Quilt of Valor presentation…

U.S. Air Force Major Ryan Van Bockel was presented a Quilt of Valor by Joane Beringer and Sue Worth of the American Legion Auxiliary. He is the son of Neil and Sue Van Bockel of Eden Prairie, MN, and grandson of Alita Buechler of Gettysburg. He is currently stationed at Wichita Falls, TX where he is training new pilots.  He […]

Drivers license office closed

No drivers licenses will be issued on Jan. 15 and Jan. 24 in Gettysburg. The drivers license office will be closed those days. They are located in the Potter County Extension Office in the museum/library building.  For more information contact the county extension office at 765-9414. -Molly McRoberts

One act…

Students at GHS presented the one-act play “Twelve Angry Teachers” on Monday night at the school gym. The dramatic performance will be presented at the regional contest in Timber Lake on Jan. 16. The cast and crew posed for a photo following the performance on Jan. 7. Standing are (l to r) Shaelyn Schatz (Sheila Schatz/Mark Schatz), Caitlin Kenny (Mandy […]

End of an era…

As the calendar changes to the new year and the Potter County commissioners meet in January, it will be the first time since the late 1980s that a Williams or Worth will not be seated on the board. Bruce Williams was first elected in the 1986 election to represent his district, and Delvin Worth followed in the election of 1988. […]

Meeting marks last for longtime county commissioners

While blizzard conditions ramped up across the state, the Potter County commissioners met on Dec. 27 to review year-end business and honor a member retiring after 31 years on the board. Highway department supervisor JD Long was first on the agenda, telling the commissioners that the school bus route would be one of the first cleared as needed during snowy […]

Ring in the new…

Baby New Year is set to welcome 2019 with celebrations all across the world next week! Our “Baby New Year” is portrayed by Sam William Lemler, who is one of Gettysburg’s newest residents. He is the son of Hope and Devyn Lemler, born Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 at 7:30 a.m., weighing in at 8 pounds 3 ounces and measuring 21.75 […]


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