De Smet
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On March 10, the De Smet Common Council met for their monthly meeting and opened bids for summer street repair projects: sealing cracks and applying top coating. street bids awarded The city received … more
The De Smet Bulldogs are on their way to the State B Tournament in Aberdeen. They play on Thursday at noon, then Friday and Saturday.Each game in will have 2,800 tickets available on a first-come … more
Kain Christopher Gilligan, a son of Chris and Angie Gilligan, will graduate in May with the De Smet High School class of 2021. He has a younger sister, Jordyn, and younger brother, Gannon. … more
10 YEARS AGO March 9, 2011 City planners want to start the ball rolling on a long-term plan to construct a new main street. “We will need to have cost estimates done to start applying for different … more
The De Smet Board of Education held a regular meeting Monday at 5:30 p.m. in the library. They had a special guest, Jared Olson, who is the current business manager in the Beresford School District … more
Local coordinators of the Beef Bucks organization, Bob and Nancy Montross were informed that Beef Bucks certificates will be featured on the popular game show, Wheel of Fortune, on Mon., March 15; … more
The LifeServe Blood Center blood drive in De Smet had a fantastic turn-out. Twenty-two donors registered, and 26 life-saving units of blood were donated. The units donated at the blood drive can help … more
Ethan McCune, a son of Dustin and Jessica McCune, graduates this May with the De Smet High School class of 2021. He has three younger sisters, Jacie, Charli and Bristol. McCune’s favorite subject … more
Culinary 2 students are having an adventure in baking cakes and desserts this semester. Students have learned to create different cakes from Bundt, homemade angel food and chiffon, pound cakes to … more
10 YEARS AGO March 2, 2011 De Smet High School sophomore Eugene Martin placed sixth at 160 pounds for the second year in a row at the State B Wrestling Tournament in Aberdeen last weekend. “We saw … more
National FFA Week was celebrated Feb. 20 - 27 this year. The National FFA Organization is a long standing one beginning in 1928. It was originally started as an organization for boys in rural … more
Feb. 26 was the final day for petitions to be filed to run for De Smet City Council for a two-year term. Positions were open in Wards I, II and III as well as for mayor. Only one petition was taken … more
Bryan Haggerty has had quite the year at the local Dairy Queen and Subway in De Smet. Haggerty, the owner of Dairy Queen and Subway for a little over a year now, has had to go through some major … more
Josh Roth, a 2019 graduate of De Smet High School, joined the Army National Guard on Sept. 21, 2017 —at the beginning of his junior year in high school. The second-eldest of eight children of Shane … more
Lexi Johnson and Brittani Wilkinson’s kindergarten classes presented the musical play “Lost Little Valentines” for their families Feb. 11 at the De Smet Event & Wellness Center. In the … more
At the Feb. 10 De Smet City Council meeting, Kristy Hubbard spoke on behalf of the Laura Ingalls Wilder pageant board. She said the board is planning on doing some extra things to promote the 50th … more
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