Two local winners at SDNA Better Newspaper
A local writer and photographer were named winners in the South
Dakota Newspaper Associations annual Better Newspapers
Contest this past weekend.
Freelance reporter Karen Adkins-Runge won first place in a feature
series for newspapers under 1,150 for her two-part story on Sam
Kinnebergs Tongue Twister Challenge, a project she created
for Family and Career Community Leaders of America and to raise
funds for BetheMatch.org, a registry that matches bone marrow
donors with recipients, and Taylor Schoenfelder, who decided
to become a stem cell donor and the experiences he had while
Freelance photographer Diana Holden was awarded second place
in sports photography in the same newspaper division. Her photo
was from the Parkston Trojans cheerleading team competing at
the state tournament.
This years convention was held in Mitchell.
Getting by with a little help from her friends
You may have noticed a few people in the Parkston community with
rather unusual hair styles.
Actually, no hair style, bald, with shaved heads.
Variety of efforts available to encourage health and wellness
Being physically active--whether it is a daily walk, a series
of stretches, or adding yoga to a regular routine--is beneficial
to individuals health and wellness.
The Good Folks of Lennox Valley
Cooper silenced by shocking news
Raymond Coopers plan was simple on Wednesday as he began
his daily program at noon on Talk Radio 88.3.
Activities board gets financial lesson
An attempt by the South Dakota High School Activities Association
Board of Directors to use funds from the organizations
corporate contracts to fund its foundation was soundly defeated
Tuesday by a vote of its members.
Parkston/Ethan outlasts third-ranked Bon
Homme in extra innings, 6-4
It took 10 innings, but Parkston/Ethan managed to put away Bon
Homme/Scotland 6-4, April 25, at Tabor.
Johnes Disease: Managing exposure
Paying attention to manure exposure is a crucial component in
controlling Johnes Disease in cow-calf herds, Russ Daly,
Professor, South Dakota State University Extension Veterinarian,
State Public Health Veterinarian, said.
Planting depth impacts corn yields
Planting depth is one of many factors growers need to consider
when planting a corn crop, David Karki, Ph.D., South Dakota State
University Extension Agronomy Field Specialist said.
Predicting peak forage production with
online drought tools
Research has shown that April precipitation is one key predictor
of growing season forage production in our region.
Active weather pattern ahead before warmer
conditions return to South Dakota
Warmer than average temperatures are forecast to continue through
May and the next few months, according to a National Oceanic
Atmospheric Administrations April 21 Climate Prediction
Nominations open for 2016 Eminent Farmer/Rancher
and Homemaker awards
The Eminent Farmer/Rancher and Homemaker Committee is seeking
nominations for South Dakota State Universitys Eminent
Farmer/Rancher and Homemaker Award Program.
Everyone needs to share their opinions of consolidation
School consolidation is not a new question. Smaller schools,
including Tripp-Delmont and Armour, have been co-oping sports
for many years.
Like making sausage
After days and nights of committee meetings, caucuses, constituent
meetings and sessions, legislators meeting during these winter
months can get downright tired, bored and testy.
Celebrating the moms in our lives
President Ronald Reagan once said: Moms are the main
communicators of the values by which our nation has flourished
for more than 200 years--the values of honesty, responsibility,
decency, and personal effort. By imparting these and other values
to our children, the mothers of America quite literally shape
Students show their experiments at
first Science Fair
Twenty-five Tripp-Delmont students set up booths, April 18, to
present their projects to judges, hoping to place and get good
reviews on their science fair projects.
Local student performs in a capella concert
before going on tour
The Northern State University Chamber Singers and Early Music
Ensemble performed an A Capella Pre-Tour Concert, April 28, in
Krikac Auditorium, Aberdeen.
Local winners named in Stamp Design contest
Recently, a group of current and retired post office employees
of 573 area gathered March 12 for their Spring Meeting and the
Annual Stamp Design Contest.
Nicolas Scott Mora was born December 29, 1996. He is the son
of Ramiro, Jr., and Mary Kay.
Kayla Neugebauer is daughter of Russell and Sarah Neugebauer.
On June 7, 1997, Tom and Amey Schatz were blessed with a child.
Micah Richard Schoenfelder
Micah Richard Schoenfelder is a senior at Tripp-Delmont High
School, ready to graduate this May.