Brickhouse coffee shop opens
Starbucks, hold onto your hats, the Brickhouse Coffee Shop is
Italy pilgrimage: A closer walk with thee
Two years of planning and fundraising culminated in a spiritual
trip that made a strong impression on all who attended.
Three peas in a pod: Louise Stegemann shares
memories of growing up as a triplet
BETH RICKERS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published with permission of the
Daily Globe in Worthington, Minn.
Not too many days ago, Louise Stegemann marked her 97th birthday,
joined in the celebration by one of her identical triplet sisters,
Lillian, and their younger sibling, Beverly.
Remembering Wounded Knee
The massacre at Wounded Knee occurred when our state was just
one year old, yet the effects of that cold winter day still reverberate
throughout our state and our country.
Lady preachers visit upstaged by
It had been almost three months since the members of Lennox Valley
Methodist Church learned their pastor, Rev. Glynn Vickers, was
being moved in June of 1998.
Hospitals sign Dakota Pledge to reduce
early elective deliveries
Less than a year after First Lady Linda Daugaard issued a challenge
to hospitals throughout the state, all 24 birthing hospitals
in South Dakota have pledged to help reduce early elective deliveries.
Bro. Peter Joseph Anton Maria Bruch made his solemn profession
of vows on the feast of Our Ladys Nativity, Sept. 8.
CDA starts planning for 100th anniversary
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart No.
280 held its regular meeting November 5.
Mount Marty College celebrates high honor
Mount Marty College celebrated the accomplishments of 133 students
during its annual Honors Convocation ceremony, October 23, at
the Bishop Marty Memorial Chapel in Yankton.
The importance of saving for college
According to College Board, 2014-2015 tuition and fees for an
in-state, public, four-year college costs on average $9,139 per
Snow and woody plants
Snow is both friend and foe to trees and shrubs,
says Tchukki Andersen, staff arborist with the Tree Care Industry
Association. Snow causes its share of damage, as we all
know, but in many cases it also protects plants and their roots
from extreme fluctuations in temperature that could damage or
even kill them.
Home-canned pumpkin butter: Food safety
The United States Department of Agriculture does not recommend
home canning of pumpkin butter and mashed or pureed pumpkin or
Making homemade apple cider
Drinking fresh apple cider is a great way to celebrate autumn.
Where are the Scammers? Check BBBs new scam tracker
Although Better Business Bureau has been a pre-eminent scam investigator
and reporter since its establishment in 1912, BBB now has a free
interactive online tool called BBB Scam Tracker.
When the waters of the big dam at Pierre called Oahe recede,
remnants of the old cow town of LeBeau peek out on the shoreline,
reminders of a cattle town that a gunfight killed.
Good Samaritan Holiday Fair brings
in holiday season
The annual Holiday Fair at the Good Samaritan Society, Tripp,
usually is one of the first craft fairs for the upcoming holiday
Keeping our kids safe on their cell phones
It is the sign of the times: most adults and students have a
mobile device in their pockets, purses and cars.
At activities association, exceptions make
it tougher to enforce the rules
The South Dakota High School Activities Association Board of
Directors held a lengthy discussion Nov. 4 about the nature of
an emergency and the worth of the numbers used to
define the class in which a team will compete.
What would you do with a magic wand?
Have you ever had a day where you just wish you had a magic wand?
Two teachers fabulous fashion statement
Josh Freier, English teacher, and Lee Comp, band teacher, have
a fun, fresh trend that they have been following for years.
Students spreading tobacco awareness
A selected amount of seniors went to a tobacco awareness meeting
called TATU, Nov. 4, to help spread awareness at their school.
Honoring Veterans Day
The annual Veterans Day came and went again. As you know,
it was on Nov. 11.