Belle Fourche Country Club

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Belle Fourche Country Club
Belle Fourche Country Club is listed in the Golf Courses Public category in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. Displayed below are the social networks for Belle Fourche Country Club which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Belle Fourche Country Club on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for Belle Fourche Country Club is:
10941 Sd Highway 34
Belle Fourche, SD 57717
(605) 892-3472

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Belle Fourche Country Club has an overall ZapScore of 99. This means that Belle Fourche Country Club has a higher ZapScore than 99% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Belle Fourche, South Dakota is 33 and in the category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Motorcycles are everywhere. Be sure to look twice and save a life when driving this summer #ShareTheRoad


Today we celebrate National Women In Engineering Day! Thank you to all the dedicated SDDOT women engineers! #STEM twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Today we celebrate "National Women in Engineering Day"! We'd like to thank and recognize all of our women engineers (some of them pictured below) for setting a great example for girls worldwide and working to keep our infrastructure in good condition and travelers safe! Thank you! #STEM #nationalwomeninengineeringday #sddot100

“Back in the 20’s and 30’s a highway employee didn’t have to be a fearless mountain climber; but sometimes it helped. “When a South Dakota highway crew was assigned to survey on Sheep Mountain back in 1929, the men soon learned that there were two ways to get to the job: by horseback or on foot. “Once there, the crew turned into a team of acrobats, swinging from spot to spot on ropes. In order to place stakes, the men had to drive pegs into the mountain and then tie ropes to the pegs and swing to the spot where they wanted place a stake. The steep mountain side called for a real degree of fearlessness.” — From SD DOT’s October 1968 newsletter “The Traveled Way” Pictured is the fearless survey crew from left to right: Gamblet, transit man; Coleman, head chairman; Thorson, rod man; Hanson, rod man; Hawley, rear chain man; Spitzer, location engineer; Killian, level man. #SDDOT100 #TBT SD DOT is celebrating 100 years of Innovation, Service and Dependability in 2017. We’ll be sharing throwback photos from our past on social media throughout the year. We’re digging through the state archives for photos, but do you or someone you know have some great historical transportation photos you would like to share with us? Send them our way!


Open House tonight, June 21 in Rapid City to discuss SD Freight Plan. All invited. Details here: sddot.com/news/Article.a…


Open House tonight June 20 in Sioux Falls to discuss SD Freight Plan. All invited. Details here: sddot.com/news/Article.a…


Open Houses on June 20 in Sioux Falls & June 21 in Rapid City to discuss SD Freight Plan. All invited. Details here: sddot.com/news/Article.a…


Chip & Fog Seal projects start on June 21 around Sioux Falls. Plan accordingly. sddot.com/news/Article.a…


EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: For audio from the Governor on the disaster declaration, visit news.sd.gov/media.aspx and click on “Audio” under “Governor Dennis Daugaard.” Gov. Daugaard Issues State Of Emergency For Drought Conditions PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has declared a statewide emergency because of the ongoing drought conditions in South Dakota. As part of the State of Emergency, the state will ease haying and transportation restrictions to assist agriculture producers. “The drought has really hurt grass and hay production in much of the state, which is making our ag producers scramble to keep livestock fed. I’m hopeful that these changes will help keep livestock on the farm until the drought breaks,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. Effective immediately, farmers and ranchers across the state may cut and bale state highway ditches adjacent to their property. The South Dakota Department of Transportation has suspended their mowing operations until July 5 to allow farmers to access more of the hay along the ditches. During this time SDDOT will continue to mow in urban areas. For safety reasons, mowing in the medians of divided four-lane highways is prohibited and a permit is still required for mowing interstate right-of-ways. Because of the dry conditions, farmers and ranchers are strongly encouraged to carry fire extinguishers on mowing equipment. Producers are also reminded to be watchful of traffic along the highways and to always yield to oncoming traffic. The state is also authorizing producers to travel statewide without a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to ease transport of feed in the drought stricken area. With the emergency drought disaster declaration federal trucking regulations are waived for the transportation of goods such as hay. FMCSA regulations ranging from 390-399 are waived for the next 30 days. Those include general regulations, driving training regulations, special driving considerations, parts and accessories, medical cards, hours of service, and proof of annual inspections. Also as part of an emergency declaration, permits are available to allow oversize movement of hay up to 12 feet wide and to extend the time allowed for movement of vehicles from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m., provided the load has reflectorized or lighted oversize load signs on the front and back of the vehicle(s). The permits are free and available by contacting the South Dakota Highway Patrol Permitting Office at 605-698-3925. For more information on state highway ditch mowing, call Greg Fuller, SDDOT director of operations at 605-773-3256.
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