Final Marching Performance
Katie Weber (left) and Kim Weber perform the marching bands
rendition of Taking the A Train Across America Oct. 18 in the
National Guard Armory. The band had just returned after placing
first in the Vermillion competition earlier that day to help
with the fund raiser and performance that evening. Funds are
being raised for the band trip next year to the East Coast.
Walker receives recognition from Governor
Gale Walker, CEO and President of Avera St. Benedict Health Center,
was recognized for his contributions to health care on a local,
State and National level during Parkstons Capital for a
Day, Aug. 27.
Family research takes a long and winding
Bill and Darlene Juhnke of Milltown, and Bills two sisters,
Irene (Juhnke) Reeb of Estes Park, Colo., and Gloria (Juhnke)
VanAc-keren of Lincoln, Neb., spent a memorable eight days in
Bernau and Berlin, Germany, thanks to Bills family research.
CDA meets Oct. 2
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart #280
held its regular meeting Oct. 2.
BHSU awards scholarships
Black Hills State University, Spearfish, has announced scholarships
to two Parkston graduates.
Details on South Dakotas 2014 pheasant
opener from across the state
With the annual pheasant brood survey up 76 percent (statewide
pheasants-per-mile index) from last year, today was filled with
excitement for upland bird hunters across the state for the opening
day of South Dakotas traditional pheasant hunting season.
Cross country teams quality for state meet
Both the Ethan-Parkston girls and boys cross country
teams qualified for the State A Meet this Saturday in Huron.
Trojans run past Redfield/Doland
The Parkston Trojans rushed for 331 yards and scored eight touchdowns
in cruising past Redfield/Doland, 56-6, last Friday night in
Parkston falls to Parker
Parkston Trojan McKenzie Lee blocks a shot against
Parker, Oct. 16, in Parkston.
USDA announces measures to help farmers
diversify weed control efforts
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced several steps
that the United States Department of Agriculture is taking to
address the increase of herbicide resistant weeds in U.S. agricultural
Checking weed control at harvest
With harvest now in full swing Paul O. Johnson, South Dakota
State Univeristy Extension Weed Science Coordinator, reminds
farmers not to forget their fall weed control.
Phomopsis stem canker in sunflowers
The prevalence of Phomopsis stem canker first showed up in South
Dakotas sunflower fields last fall.
Jackley warns of unemployment benefits scam
I am warning employers and employees to be cautious of an unemployment
insurance benefit scam targeting South Dakota.
Local leadership important for ags future
Agriculture faces many challenges, and strong, effective leadership
has never been more critical to the future of agriculture than
it is today
The art of walking
Throughout history, getting from here to there was mostly by
Thats another term for walking.
Candidates for governor spar about EB-5, health care
The EB-5 program that has caused such a stir in the South Dakota
senate race got an airing in the gubernatorial contest, Oct.
The Postmen celebrate 50 year anniversary
If you came of age in the 60s in southeastern South Dakota, you
probably heard The Postmen at your prom or one of the local music
venues such as Milltown Island Park, Groveland Park or Pickstown.
Staff Anniversaries in August at Good Samaritan Society, Tripp,
included (left to right) Kim Cantrell (one year), Deidee Hofer,
(one year) and Sherry Vi Fischer (nine years). Not pictured:
Janet Batterman (27 years), Glenn Hartman (16 years) and Mariah
Roth (three years).
Kaylor 4-H Club elects new officers
Kaylor 4-H club held its meeting Oct. 5, at the Tripp Fire Hall.
TDA falls to Burke/South Central
The Burke/South Central Cougars defeated the Tripp-Delmont/Armour
Nighthawks, 22-6, Oct. 17 in Burke.