Down to the last bite

Angie Newcomb, left, and Jagger Moschettieri hold up their last piece of homemade Oreo mint dessert after a successful Chocolate Festival at Pink Zebra.

A jolly happy soul

Frosty the Snowman dances down Frisco Avenue during the Parade of Lights.

Here's a preview of Thursday's CDN

- Custer Co. property tax due date set

- Parade starts off Christmas 

- New warrant filed in CED7 case

- A-B basketball swept by Binger-Oney at home

- Notice of death and services for Ernest Albert Lawson III

Property owners across Custer County should be checking their mail for their 2023 Custer County property tax bills which have been sent out across the county by the Custer County Treasurer’s Office kicking off this year’s tax season. With bills sent out, Custer County Treasurer Janet Roulet says the first half of taxpayers’ payment is due Dec. 31.

An arrest warrant has been filed in the Circuit Engineering District 7 embezzlement case for Debora Kay Walpole, 49, of Clinton, two months after former CED 7 executive director Monte Wade Goucher pled guilty to reduced charges of misdemeanor public official neglecting duty and open meetings act violations.