M.D.S. expansion nears completion
M.D.S. Manufacturing Company, Inc., of Parkston, is nearing completion
of their recent expansion.
Tripp Foundation plans memorial park
A 2,500 square foot lot on Main Street in Tripp will receive
a make-over this fall, thanks to the Tripp Area Community Foundation.
DSU makes student teaching assignments
Dakota State University student Beau Behrend is student teaching
kindergarten to eighth grade at Madison Elementary-Gracevale
Colony in the Madison Central School District during the fall
semester in Madison.
No. 1 Trojans top No. 2 Winner
In a battle of the top two teams in Class 11B, the top-ranked
Parkston Trojans turned back number two Winner, 35-17, Sept.
26 in Winner.
School superintendents appointed to tournament
site selection committee
Three school superintendents have been appointed to help guide
the selection of sites for high school tournaments and events.
A constitution for the new state
A constitutional convention that resulted in what would eventually
become a constitution for the new state of South Dakota might
have ended before its work began.
Temperature and precipitation outlook through
The warm-up across South Dakota recently may bring some optimism
to farmers as preparations begin for fall harvest.
Palmer Amaranth found in South Dakota
South Dakota State University weed science team confirms the
finding of Palmer Amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in South Dakota.
Election signs not allowed in right of
The South Dakota Department of Transportation reminds the public
that political campaign and ballot-issue signs cannot be placed
on state highway rights of way.
Corn silage pricing decisions
Accurately pricing corn silage can be a challenge for the many
Midwestern producers who buy and sell the feed ingredient.
Corn silage harvest moisture and management
With corn silage harvesting well underway, Karla Hernandez, South
Dakota State University Extension Forages Field Specialist, shares
some tips to help to get the best out of this crop.
Cost estimating tool for silage/earlage
available on iGrow.org
South Dakota State University Extension Field Specialists, along
with the South Dakota Center for Farm and Ranch Management, have
developed the Silage/Earlage Decision Aid to use in estimating
costs of silage production.
Recent low temperatures during soybean
maturity not a good sign for 2014 soybean crop
Low temperatures can have a negative impact on 2014 soybean yields,
David Karki, Ph.D., South Dakota State University Extension Agronomy
Field Specialist, said.
Preparing your vegetables for frost or
It is late-September and gardeners raising tomatoes know what
South Dakota health officials watching
The Department of Health today received specimens from several
suspect cases of the enterovirus EV-D68 and submitted them to
CDC for testing, a state health official said.
South Dakota has nations highest
flu vaccination rate
Nearly 60 percent of South Dakotans got a flu vaccination last
season, the highest percentage in the nation, according to new
data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Safe and quality apples from the orchard
to the consumer
Fall is here, and apple-picking season has started. Growers have
several options to market their fresh apple crop, Joan Hegerfeld-Baker,
South Dakota State University Extension Instructor and Food Safety
Survey reveals low salaries among reasons
for teacher turnover
A recent survey conducted by the School Administrators of South
Dakota revealed most districts were able to fill open positions
by the first day of school, but lost highly qualified teachers
due to low salaries and other opportunities that simply pay better
National Newspaper Week October 5 to 13
Tucked inside the 4-H building at the Minnesota State Fair is
a working museum filled with old presses, two Linotypes and other
features of a 1930s-era newspaper.
Motorcyle daredevil Evil Knevil, now tooling around in motorcycle
heaven, has nothing on a skinny South Dakota kid named George
How well do veterans know acronyms
In todays world of communicating and texting its
all about abbreviations and acronyms.
Tripp pours out support for local man inflicted with ALS
What began as a simple challenge between sports rivals culminated
with an entire school rallying together to help a local resident
stricken with a devastating disease.
Guard unit wins national award
The U.S. Army awarded the South Dakota Army National Guards
Forward Support Company, 153rd Engineer Battalion, the Army Award
for Maintenance Excellence during a ceremony at the Pentagon
in Washington, D.C., Sept. 10.
Nighthawks notch first win
The Tripp-Delmont/Armour Nighthawks won their first game of the
year after a 50-0 win over Marty Indian, Sept. 26, in Marty.