Archive for July, 2002

T-shirt fund-raiser to benefit rescue workers

Posted on24. Jul, 2002 by .

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T-shirt fund-raiser to benefit rescue workers By Jan Kaus Northern Hills Journal – July 24, 2002 SPEARFISH – Jerry Dunn of Spearfish was thrilled with the results of his first personally organized marathon, the Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon, held June 9 between Deadwood and Rochford. A couple weeks later, he found himself appreciating the heroes […]

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Hit The Trail

Posted on16. Jul, 2002 by .

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HIT THE TRAIL by Elaine Doll-Dunn It began in the scenic city of Rochford; a tiny town nestled in the upper reaches of the Black Hills. Rochford, elevation 5,200, population 6, boasts a chapel, a bar (the famous Moonshine Gulch Saloon), a university (true! I saw Rochford University painted on the side of a church!), […]

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Running shirts a hot item to benefit emergency crews

Posted on15. Jul, 2002 by .

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Running shirts a hot item to benefit emergency crews by Kris Garlick-Beaty Black Hills Pioneer – Monday, July 15, 2002 DEADWOOD – “We survived the Grizzly Gulch Fire” – a local couple is hoping to sell t-shirts imprinted with the phrase to raise big money for the local emergency crews who were first to arrive […]

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