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Tuesday, August 13, 2002
VOL. I Issue 8G
TORNADO WARNINGS IN CENTRAL S.D.
NO DAMAGE REPORTED AROUND HERE
George and Mavis Kennedy made a quick trip Sunday,back to the Ponderosa after the wedding in Upton.That evening there were severe thunderstorms and tornado warnings for the counties of Hughes, Hyde and Sully. No damage was reported in Hyde County, but the town of Onida had some damage. The town of Blunt had winds gusting at 85MPH at one time. There were no reports of death or injury in any of the storms in this area.
JOYCE GOES OUT WITH A BANG
Monday morning breakfast on the Ponderosa was a quiet occasion until Joyce Ferris packed up and got ready to go back home. She was doing dishes afterward to get her fingers nimble enough to drive when the breakfast conversation turned toward Tom Daschle. E.E. Hinkle was talking about how "they" were trying to get him. No word on just who "they" are, but those who know E.E. can just about guess. Joyce shot back so that he and everyone else could hear that she thought "they" should get him because he is a Socialist and compared him to Hitler. After a while things quieted down and everyone said their good-byes to Joyce and she went on her way.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
by Hiram Gonagan
It's been quite a while since we've heard about the goings on at the other end of the world. Harold and Mary finally reported in now that they will be flying out of New Zealand at 4pm local time (that's 1am CDT) on Wednesday and arriving in Minneappolis at around 6pm CDT. Tonight they are staying at the City Central Hotel in Auckland. Overall they are having a great time. Monday night they saw a concert and dance put on by the Maori, The native people of New Zealand.
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