Wagon Train to pass by Parkston Sept. 7
The route has been set for the 125th anniversary wagon train.
The wagon train will start in Yankton, home of the Dakota Territory
Capital, Sept. 3 and end at the State Capitol in Pierre, Sept.
WALKER: The life you save may be your own
Timely screenings save lives, including the life of Avera St.
Benedict Health Centers President and CEO Gale Walker.
Post 194 advances to state tournament
The Parkston American Legion Post 194 won the Region 4B championship
and advances on to the state tournament. They will play Friday,
July 25, in first round action at Tabor.
The Parkston 13-14 Teeners won the Region 6A Championship, July
19, and will advance to the State Tournament in Winner, starting
Friday, July 25.
14 and under Little Missouri League champions. The girls finished
with a 22 and 6 record, and went two and two at the State Tournament
in Sioux Falls, July 11 to 13.
Parkston Pee Wees win league tournament. Parkston
defeated Avon, 10-4, in the first
round, followed by a win over Wagner, 7-4, in the semi-finals.
Parkston beat Tabor, 10-1, in the championship
Meet South Dakotas oldest resident
South Dakota Health Care Association, in conjunction with KELOLAND
Television, is honored to announce that Dagmar Dolly
Keehn has been named the 2014 Centenarian of the Year.
University of Wyoming spring semester graduate
The University of Wyoming accorded degrees upon the following
student from South Dakota at the completion of the 2014 spring
Hutchinson County 4-H Horse Show results
The Hutchinson County 4-H Horse Show was held June 26 at the
Scotland Rodeo Grounds. The judges were Eric Kobernusz and Joe
Farewell held for Fr. Christensen
St Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Dimock said farewell to
Father Dana Christensen June 29 with a luncheon, games and Red
Neck Swimming Pool Party.
Kaylor 4-H Club to help with Appreciation
The Kaylor 4-H Club will be sponsoring games and activities during
Kaylor Appreciation Night, July 25, on Main Street Kaylor, starting
at 6:30 p.m.
Farmers Union announces St. Johns Local
Farmers Union camp
From electricity and internet access, to banking and farm inputs,
rural residents throughout South Dakota depend upon cooperative
businesses for access to many essential products and services.
Teacher availability challenges in South
Over 80 percent of the public school districts in South Dakota
reported alarming results in a survey on open teaching positions
conducted by the School Administrators of South Dakota this spring.
Avera named among health cares most
wired in 2014
Once again, Avera has been named to the list of Health Cares
New law makes online renewal of driver
license more convenient
Online renewal of South Dakota driver licenses will be more convenient
when a new law easing vision-test requirements took effect July
An open letter to United States Postmaster
Dear Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe:
I do hope this letter arrives at your office in reasonable time.
Nothing like a school reunion to expose the hob-nailed boots
that step on your face as time marches by.
State Treasurer warns of scams and fees
I am warning the public to check with this office before replying
to anyone claiming they can assist in returning unclaimed property.
NFL tackle helps local kids learn to play football
The Parkston boys football players had a real treat at
their football clinic this year, with NFL Footballs Riley
Reiff of the Detroit Lions as one of their coaches.
Cross country bikers make stop
Whomever said something is as easy as riding a bike, never rode
one in the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure.