Army Guard units receive national Superior Unit Award
Twenty-three out of 42 South Dakota Army National Guard units,
including the local Forward Support Company, 153rd Engineer Battalion,
received the National Guard Bureaus Superior Unit Award
in recognition of outstanding achievement during training year
E/P track and field teams to State meet
Ten girls and six boys will represent the Ethan/Parkston track
team at this years state meet.
Three injured in car/carriage accident
north of Tripp
Three people were injured in a crash between a car and a horse-drawn
carriage late Sunday night, May 21, north of Tripp.
Every day is internet security day at Social
Being safe online is important every day. There may be days devoted
to internet security awareness, but you need to be careful every
time you go online.
Website lists war casualties by counties
The following Hutchinson County names were taken from a master
list of over 2,800 South Dakotans who are recorded as war casualties.
The Good Folks of Lennox Valley
Whats going on?
Deacons, and the Devil, has everyone talking
Monday morning conversations at the Hoffbrau were divided between
questions regarding events just 20 hours earlier at First Baptist
Church and discussions concerning Marvin Walshs meeting
with the Devil at Lennox Valley Lutheran Church.
Malloy graduates from USF
The University of Sioux Falls awarded 481 total degrees, May
21, at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science.
BHSU students earn degrees during 2017
spring commencement ceremony
Black Hills State University candidates for graduation were awarded
master, bachelor, associate degrees during the Universitys
173rd commencement ceremony this month. Nearly 430 students received
Parkston/Ethan loses lead early in defeat
Parkston/Ethan watched the game slip away early and could not
recover in a 6-1 loss to Turner Hutch, May 16.
Lancers honor Wagner at yearly event
The annual Lancer Athletic Senior Recognition and Special Awards
Ceremony was held May 7 on the campus of Mount Marty College
Memorial Day travel expected to be at highest
level since 2005
AAA projects 39.3 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more
from home this Memorial Day weekend.
Final results of survey show differences
in farm income and expenses
The final results are in for the 2016 Annual Report which provides
a summary of financial data from 99 farms enrolled in the South
Dakota Farm/Ranch Management program.
Getting cows in synch
The Beef Reproductive Task Force has released its 2017 recommended
synchronization protocols for beef producers.
A visit to the cemetery
As Memorial Day approaches, it is a great time to pause and consider
the true meaning of this holiday.
South Dakota students taking the next steps
Every spring, a new group of students takes a big step into the
next phase of life upon graduation.
Law enforcement introduces anonymous texting
program to combat illegal drug use
Sanford Health, South Dakota Sheriffs Association, South
Dakota Police Chiefs Association, the South Dakota Department
of Public Safety and myself announce the rollout of Project Stand
Up-a statewide anonymous texting program that allows citizens
to standup to drug crimes in their communities.
Nine graduates say goodbye to Tripp-Delmont
Nine Tripp-Delmont seniors, led by valedictorian Whitney Fuerst
and salutatorian Alexis Gregerson, completed their high school
careers with the 26th annual Commencement Ceremony, May 20, in
the Tripp-Delmont Gymnasium.
Local scholarships and grants awarded
The Tripp Area Community Foundation awarded thousands in scholarships
for students, along with multiple grants to community non-profits.
$1.3 billion spent on outdoor recreation
in South Dakota
Outdoor and wildlife-associated recreation contributes $1.3 billion
annually to the South Dakota economy, according to a recent report
from the Department of Game, Fish and Parks.
Schroeder receives Iowa funeral director/embalmer
Goglin Funeral Homes of Yankton, Scotland, Tyndall and Tripp
announce a new accomplishment of its funeral director, Cheyenne
Schafers to receive scholarship at SDSU
South Dakota State University student Payton Schafers, Tripp,
will receive the William G. Macksam Endowed Scholarship in Landscape
Design for the upcoming academic year.