Local nurses dedicated to caring for chemo patient needs
Almost everyone you know is touched in some way by cancer.
The Big C.
Low Vision examined during Healthy Vision
As you age, have you noticed that your vision is not as acute
as it once was? Do you have difficulties reading small print?
These sixth grade students were presented with the Presidents
Education Awards Program at the Elementary Awards assembly May
12. To qualify for the award, the students had to maintain a
GPA of 3.75 for the year. (Left to right) Front row-Cole Prunty,
Matthew Ehler and Allison Ziebart; and back row-Max Scott, Noah
Mahoney, Lindsey Roth, Quinn Bormann and Spencer Albrecht.
Schmidt performs with All-State Jazz Band
Timothy Schmidt, who just completed his junior year at Parkston
High School, earned a spot in the 28th Annual South Dakota All-State
Jazz Band event that was held May 5 to 7 at the Aberdeen Central
High School Theater in Aberdeen.
The Good Folks of Lennox Valley
Whos the Valleys favorite candidate?
Now that Sarah Hyden-Smith and Iris Long had carved out a platform
for Juliets last-minute mayoral campaign, it was time to
P/E defeats Parker after late-game error
After four lead changes in Wednesdays game at Parkston,
Parkston/Ethan finally pulled out a 5-4 win over Parker.
Ethan/Parkston senior Jake DeLange takes the lead during the
110 meter hurdles at the Ethan/Parkston Invitational, May 13,
Grazing distribution is key to maximizing
forage uptake, range health
As South Dakota ranchers begin turning cattle out to grass this
spring, South Dakota State University Extension Range Management
Field Specialist Sean Kelly reminds ranchers that proper livestock
grazing distribution is key to maximizing forage uptake, range
health and ultimately dollars per acre of forage.
NOAA climate outlook calls for cooler than
South Dakotas weather this summer could be a bit of a climate
roller coaster according to outlooks issued by the National Oceanic
Atmospheric Administrations Climate Prediction Center,
Let us never forget our heroes
Memorial Day stands as a solemn American tradition that honors
the sacrifices of past generations.
In 1921, there was an unusual battle of the cows in Hutchinson
Highway Patrol conducts Move Over
South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers focused on encouraging motorists
to move over this past week.
Tripp-Delmont graduates 16 students
at 2016 commencement
Their comfortable high school life changed Saturday, May 21,
for the 16 graduates of Tripp-Delmont.
Tripp Area Foundation announces grants
The Tripp Area Foundation annual grants were announced May 20
at the Tripp City Hall.
Lions and tigers and seniors, oh my!
The senior class of 2016 went on a class trip to Omaha, Nebraska,
May 6 and 7.
Winners announced in the Poppy Poster contest
The annual Poppy Poster contest for Tripp-Delmont Elementary
students was judged May 5 by a a panel of Tripp and Delmont Auxiliary