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Cheryl Bartlett took over her new duties recently as De Smet’s postmaster. One of her goals for her new position is to make changes that make someone’s day a little easier. She says she may not … more
LIW Elementary is seeking support for a complete Kindergarten PE Program, including a fleet of Strider AKB-Specific Bikes, helmets, pedals conversion kits, a Strider 20" bike for teacher instruction … more
The De Smet Common Council met Wednesday with an agenda list full of twenty-two items and tackled the workload in three hours. All members were present. In the last city council meeting, residents … more
The De Smet Board of Education met Monday for less than an hour to approve the 2022 Proposed Budget and cover an agenda with about twenty-two items on it. The proposed 2022 fiscal year budget was … more
Sebastian Anzaldo is fast becoming one of the top ‘Frank Sinatra’ interpreters in the country. In just a few short years, he has honed his act to perfecting the essence of the great musical icon. … more
From Aug. 11-12, the community of Milbank brought together a national speaker, as well as innovators and service providers from across the state to celebrate and learn about the successes and … more
The De Smet Event & Wellness Center has announced their September and October roller skating dates! Mark your calendars for Sept. 17, Oct. 15 and Oct. 29. Make sure to check their Facebook page … more
The Food Pantry is town is seeking donations of a select few items for various clients. If you can donate, feel free to drop off on Tuesdays from 1:00-4:00 or call Robyn Flickinger at 605-203-1993 to … more
The De Smet Development Corporation is wanting to compile a list of the town’s local crafters and artists so that they have an asset map of all them. If you know of one or are one, let Rita … more
10 YEARS AGO August 31, 2011 Eleven members of the De Smet Christian Missionary and Alliance Church recently returned home from a two-week missionary trip to Peru. The group departed Minneapolis, … more
The Kingsbury County 4-H Dog Club did well at the state show hosted at the Huron fairgrounds on Sat., Aug. 28. Candice Aamot, Kathryn Framstad, Ava Ludwig, Hazel and Gemma Luethmers all participated. … more
The Kingsbury Journal is pleased to announce that a De Smet High School journalism class will soon be publishing a school section. The addition will be similar to Lake Preston’s Blue and Gold and … more
Early Explorers Learning Center that opened its doors June 7 has closed. The daycare was located between City Hall and the County Courthouse. Contact with the owner has been unsuccessful. The … more
With school returning, what better way to promote wellness than hosting a bike repair clinic and getting the children in the area excited about riding their bikes to school. That is exactly what the … more
10 YEARS AGO August 24, 2011 The Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Society recently acquired two original Garth Williams illustrations from “Little House on the Prairie.” It is now mounting a … more
The year was 1971. Graves were still being dug by hand in De Smet. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant held its first official outdoor performance, and Roger Osthus had graduated from mortuary school … more
Toward the end of last school year, the Kingsbury Journal decided to publish a Kids’ Summer Business Directory. With the help of DeSCo sponsorship, the directory ran throughout the summer. The … more
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