Fall displays are starting to appear in Parkston, just like this
one in front of Parkston Lumber Company supporting the local
FCS 153rd National Guard unit. The local soldiers will be sent
to Kuwait for a nine month mission.
Twenty year anniversary of Boogs and Company
With plenty of food, drinks and music to celebrate with, there
was a good turn-out of community members who wanted to share
their well wishes with Duane Heisinger.
Payday lending focus of two Nov. 8 ballot
The future of South Dakotas payday lending industry is
on the line with two ballot issues offering widely disparate
Veterans might qualify for Republic of China Mutual Defense Commemorative
South Dakota veterans who served in Taiwan between 1955 to 1979
may be eligible for the Republic of China Mutual Defense Commemorative
Cheer, cross country teams at state meets
Front row-Mariah Prunty, Rachel Mahoney, Brooklyn Van Zee; back
Parkston defeats second-ranked Groton
The Parkston Trojans capped off the regular season with a 34-14
win over second-ranked Groton Area, October 20, in Groton.
GFP prevents Zebra Mussels from infesting
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks staff were on site at the Belle
Fourche Reservoir to inspect equipment brought into South Dakota
to dredge parts of the water body.
The Good Folks of Lennox Valley
Juliet meets her match
1998 was a hard year for Juliet Stoughton.
Sure, she almost single-handedly ended the political career of
would-be mayor Raymond Cooper, seriously contemplated a protest
at the Baptist Church and made two close friends in Sarah Hyden-Smith
and Iris Long.
South Dakota reports first flu detection
South Dakota is reporting its first influenza detection of the
2016-2017 season, a Pennington County resident in the 20 to 29
age group confirmed with influenza A.
South Dakota State announces scholarship
South Dakota State University, Brookings, announced Cole Donahue
of Dimock will receive the OtterTail Engineering Scholarship
this academic year.
Ballot measure would let California negotiate
The fight in California over a ballot initiative that would begin
to control the price of pharmaceuticals paid by state programs
shows how difficult it is to do something about the
high price of prescription drugs.
GFP commission does not establish fishing
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission did not adopt
a proposal that would have established application fees for fishing
South Dakota farmer named Americas
Pig Farmer of the Year
The National Pork Board announced today that Brad Greenway, a
pig farmer from Mitchell, is the recipient of its 2016 Americas
Pig Farmer of the Year Award by achieving the highest score from
a third-party judging panel and online voting.
La Nina making an encore appearance
La Niña is forecast to make an appearance on the Northern
Plains this fall and winter, according to the latest National
Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Climate Outlook released October
Herbicide history determines seed purchases
When making 2017 seed purchasing decisions, its important
to keep track of field history and think about your future crop
CREP areas may be hayed
As the pheasant hunting season begins in South Dakota, hunters
may find some Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program areas
with less-than-anticipated cover conditions.
Dont let Halloween haunt you
As excitement for Halloween builds, creative costumes and bags
full of goodies become top priorities, safety often becomes an
Interesting how Halloween has changed directions over the years.
It was once for kids.
State minimum wage to increase Jan. 1
The state minimum wage will increase from $8.55/hour to $8.65/hour
effective January 1, 2017.
Avera St. Benedict Health Center begins
$1.3 Million project
With a goal of updating and modernizing, Avera St. Benedict Health
Center is beginning a $1.3 million remodeling project. The project
began October 3 and will take about six months to complete.
Voters to decide candidate petitions, legislative
Voters this fall will review some changes state lawmakers made
to election petition procedures and decide how best to determine
legislative district boundaries.
Hunting season opens in South Dakota
As fall brings cold weather, people start to hear shots ring
through the air. Hunting season is starting up in October.
Bump, set, hit: Its time to call
With Tripp-Delmont/Armours regular volleyball season coming
to an end, October 24, with a game against Ethan in Tripp, the
girls are beginning to reflect on their season.