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Straw Bale Days, typically held the first weekend of August in Carthage, were canceled this year because of COVID-19 concerns. However, even without a parade, cow plop Bingo or school reunion, … more
August 1 - 2 would have been Straw Bale Days, but they were called off because of the coronavirus. There were still some activities, including a street dance, car show, karaoke, bean bag tournament, … more
David and Tina Miller flew in from Oregon last Thursday and visited with Pete and Myrna Miller until Tuesday. Donovan Sandven attended a wrestling/bible camp at Lake Byron, near Huron, last Friday … more
Vitalant Blood Service out of Aberdeen was in Carthage last Friday for a blood drive, gettining 22 units of blood. Voni Durant and Diane Larson were the local volunteer helpers. Voni Durant spent … more
The Campbell Straw Bale Museum will continue to remain closed to visitors because of the Coronavirus.Kevin and Lorie Stroud from Arizona left Monday after a visit with Donna Stroud and headed for the … more
Word was received from Carol Carter of Okeechobee, Fla., formerly of Carthage, that she had a stroke in April, but with therapy, is doing well. Shirlene Allgiers of Baltic and Lucy Sandven of Hill … more
Gary Stroud, Sioux Falls, Bob and Deb Stroud, Redfield, and Kevin and Lorie Stroud, Phoenix, Ariz., spent a week with Donna Stroud helping with work projects. Harriet Hattervig and Mark and Lisa … more
Mike Strande and his family will be putting on a firework show at dark on July 4 at their property along Highway 14 in Lake Preston. The De Smet Volunteer Fire Department will put on their annual … more
The Carthage firemen will host their annual Fireworks Feed from 3-5 p.m. on Friday, July 3. Drive-by serving will be available, as well as seating inside at the community center. Fireworks will be … more
A reminder that there will be no Straw Bale Days in Carthage August 1 and 2, 2020. Mark and Lisa Hinkley, De Smet, visited her mother, Harriet Hattervig, Tuesday. Word was received of the death … more
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to live and good works, Not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encourage one another, and all the more as you see the Day … more
Donna Stroud flew into Sioux Falls Thursday after spending the winter in Mesa, Arizona. Bob and Deb Stroud, Redfield, met her at the airport. They had lunch at Justin Stroud’s before returning … more
Harriet Hattervig spent Sunday until Wednesday in De Smet with Mark and Lisa Hinkley. Elaine and Tim Buehler, Amy, John and Andrew, Emery, brought Sunday supper and visited Shirley Stroud to help … more
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