By Dan Bechtold, Editor
Sean Kelly has returned to his hometown to serve as SDSU Extension Range Management field specialist.
Kelly, who graduated from Winner High School in 1995, started work in his new job March 23. His office is at the regional extension office on Monroe Street in Winner.
Kelly is the son of Dennis Kelly of Winner and Pat Tobin of Lincoln, Neb., formerly of Winner.
South Central Livestock Supply is now open in Winner.
The business is owned by Tresh Swedlund who has been in the animal feed business for 18 years. A lifelong resident of Tripp County, Swedlund knows the farming community and raises his own cattle.
The new business opened in mid-March and is located at 901 E. Highway 44. Swedlund is renting from John Meyer and future plans call for Swedlund to build a new structure.
The business carries a full line of animal feed, vaccines, animal health supplies, twine and net wrap. The business also carries deer blinds and in the future will have cattle bunks. Swedlund says they carry wood pellets for pellet grills.
Working with Swedlund at the business are Kyle Mathis and Justin Vietor.
Winner Prom Set for April 30
“Bright Lights, Big City” will be the theme of the Winner High School Prom which will be held on Saturday, April 30.
The colors of prom are black, royal blue, silver and white.
The grand march will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Armory. Lynnelle Anderson will be MC at the grand march. The doors will open at 6 p.m.
Following the grand march, the king and queen will be announced.
The prom servers are: Madelyn Hanson, Macie Ferwerda, Hanna LaCompte, Brekkyn Nagel, Riley Calhoon, Ty Bolton, Matthew Smither and Nathan Smither.