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Protests have a purpose. People protest when they feel like they’re not being heard. For the last week, we’ve seen countless protests because of what happened to George Floyd while in the … more
“I’ll pay the entry fee and buy the corn. We’ll take your boat.” I wasn’t so sure I was getting the good end of Andy’s proposal. We weren’t entering a normal … more
Agriculture is South Dakota’s number one industry, so it is only fitting that the Kingsbury Journal include a regular column that is farm-related. As president of one of South Dakota’s … more
It has been said that history repeats itself, but in the case of technology, the old is almost always left behind, replaced by the new. When I hear the words “tweet” and … more
What is it, exactly, that we are afraid of? Or aren’t we exactly sure? There are so many things that … more
It has seemed strange not seeing the school buses going to the Laura Ingalls Wilder sites and not seeing the out-of-state license plates visible on our streets this spring. Will we have a tourist … more
I may be biased, but I think South Dakota is one of the most beautiful places in the world. This week Falls Park in Sioux Falls was rated the 2nd best city park in the country. It should’ve … more
Now that we, the citizens of Kingsbury County, have a paper again, it is important to chronicle how individuals and businesses have handled the beginning of this COVID-19 crisis. ‘Hats … more
Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! Self-control is not easy is it? The urge to serve our own interests comes naturally for us. The discipline and desire to put the needs … more
A recent tour of my favorite department store revealed a multitude of empty shelves. Mother Hubbard would have empathized. The entire wall that had nestled soft, white packages of toilet paper was … more
My earliest and most cherished memories are “helping” my grandma, Florence Schroeder, in the kitchen while we listened to Hank Williams and Dolly Parton on her … more
This Memorial Day we once again have an opportunity to say “thank you” to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to ensure that the United States remains the greatest country in the world. … more
I don’t ever remember having to do without toilet paper. Actually, I don’t remember a time when my family did not have indoor plumbing. The youngest of six, I came along at the perfect … more
As communities work their way back to normal, one of the tools in our fight against COVID-19 that we will continue to ramp up is mass testing. Earlier this week, Secretary of Health Kim Malsam-Rysdon … more
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