Long Jane Silver (Angela Brown) and Jim Hawkins (Max Scott) look
over the treasure map left at his mothers inn during the
perfomance of Treasure Island. Parkston Elementary students joined
with the Missoula Childrens Theatre to present the musical
in the Multi-purpose Room. The play was directed by both Brown
and Sam Heimer and assistant Justin Ganley, with the help of
over 50 students.
Parkstons first woman police officer
To Serve and Protect is not just a motto for this
police officer, but a way of life.
Fuerst delegate to 4-H Citizenship Focus
A 4-H member represented Hutchinson County at the Citizenship
Washington Focus this past summer.
Honke receives rural medicine mentoring award
Dr. Richard Honke, Avera St. Benedict Health Center in Parkston,
has been recognized for his significant contributions to mentoring
health professions students.
Local students part of NSU music department
tour and concert
Gloria is the theme of the Northern State University music departments
annual choir tour and home concert.
Kaylor 4-H Club to make fleece blankets
The Kaylor 4-H club met Nov. 3 at the Tripp Fire Hall.
Buchholz to perform in Shakespeare Shakespeare
For two nights only, Dec. 6 and 7, the Northern State University
Theater brings to the Krikac Auditorium William Shakespeares
Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Nights Dream in an event
called Shakespeare Shakespeare.
Young Riders 4-H Club recognizes senior
The Young Riders 4-H Club held its monthly meeting Nov. 17 at
the Tripp Fire Hall, prior to the 2013 Hutchinson County 4-H
Blizzard relief donation
The Young Riders 4-H Club from Hutchinson County will donate
$2,080 to western South Dakotan ranchers who lost cattle, sheep
and horses during the Atlas Blizzard last month. Members raised
$1,040 by selling Earn to Learn coupons to area farmers who purchased
Crystalyx feed. That amount will be matched by Hubbard Feeds
and Crystalyx Brand Supplements to help support this cause. This
community service project was made possible by Del Ray Edelman
and Edelman Feed and Supply, Menno. (Left to right) Front row-Hunter
Haberman, Kacy Goehring and Chase Wickersham; middle row-Del
Ray Edelman, Kail Vaith, Lexi Leischner, Sydney Wickersham and
Kalsey Leischner; back row-Katie Hyke, Taya Heisinger, Lindsey
Vaith, Justin Edelman, Austin Haberman and Brittany Haberman.
Nine steps to spend smarter this holiday
According to the National Retail Federation, 41.4 percent of
Americans began holiday shopping before Halloween.
General provides holiday shopping tips
The holiday shopping season is already upon us and the Attorney
Generals Consumer Protection Division is encouraging consumers
to shop with care this holiday season.
Cookie season is here
I just love the holiday season.
Proper hay storage during winter
In South Dakota, hay is the most common winter livestock feed
option, because it is less risky than the other available options,
Karla Hernandez, South Dakota State University Extension Forages
Field Specialist, said.
Acreage reporting dates for 2014
Hutchinson County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director
Donna Webb announced that producers now have until Jan. 15, 2014,
to report crops that have a Nov. 15 or Dec. 15 reporting deadline
without paying a late-file fee.
Riding into Christmas
This Christmas bear at the home of Ray Grambihler is getting
an early start on delivering Christmas gifts.
Grant to help hospital with diabetes education,
In 2010, 41,821 people, or 6.9 percent of South Dakotans over
the age of 17 were diabetic, according to the South Dakota Diabetes
Holiday plants to enjoy year-round
During the holiday season, Christmas Cactus are on display in