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CAPITOLETTER

It turned into an Indian summer week at Capitol and on Tie Creek. The week began with a little snow, but that has all melted into some mud. It is good weather to keep the dust down in the corrals, but some have found it difficult to get trucks in for shipping.

Dick Albert had a doctor’s appointment in Spearfish, on Wednesday, and Erma got some shopping done while they were in town. The grocery prices have gone sky-high, with less and less produce in the bags and smaller and smaller candy bars. They went to the Senior Citizen chicken dinner on Friday. It was to make up for not having chicken la...

 

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