De Smet
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Members of the De Smet High School Family, Career and Community Leaders (FCCLA) gathered with fellow members from across the state at the State Leadership Conference in Sioux Falls April 21-23. … more
Blood drive results LifeServe Blood Center had a good turnout at a blood drive in De Smet on Mon., May 13. Seventeen individuals registered; 16 were able to donate, and 19 units of life-saving blood … more
De Smet City Council met on Wed., May 8, at 5 p.m. at the De Smet Event Center to discuss several items including reconvening as the new board and making appointments, school parking and the … more
The city council, Main Street business owners and other members of the public gathered on Tues., April 30, at the De Smet Event Center for a special meeting regarding the Main Street project to … more
The De Smet High School service-learning class took part in two very special projects this year. First, the students volunteered their time at the food pantry on Tuesdays throughout the year, helping … more
De Smet’s Athletic Awards Night was held May 5 in the Event Center. The annual event highlights athletic support and student athlete achievements in each sport, in addition to awarding a variety of … more
Merle Klinkel of De Smet, a member of American Legion Post 138, was recently honored as a 70-year member of the organization. Klinkel joined the Army National Guard in 1947 and was sent to Camp … more
Twenty De Smet FFA members attended the State FFA Convention April 18-20 in Brookings, S.D. Three teams competed in Agribusiness Management, Nursery/Landscape and Milk Quality and Products. Brooklyn … more
The De Smet American Legion Post 138 hosted a fun-filled evening of Bingo before a full house Saturday night at the constantly improving American Legion building. The funds raised at this event will … more
The Akkermans travel south each winter, but this year was special. They were able to be one of the millions who saw the eclipse firsthand. Gary and Terri Akkerman spend each winter with their … more
This is the first in a series of stories that will highlight the impacts of Laura Ingalls Wilder and travel and tourism in De Smet. As I sit down to write this story concerning the legacy of Laura … more
The De Smet City Council met at 5 p.m. on Wed., April 10, 2024, to discuss a variety of topics including city wells, water pressure issues for residents, the Main Street project, Chase and Second … more
The De Smet School Board met on Wed., April 10 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss higher track costs, school board openings and the last day of school. TRACK COSTS JUMPING Principal Daniel Bettin informed the … more
Twenty-eight students, six chaperones and one nurse from De Smet left on Sun., March 31, headed to Chicago, Ill., for the school’s music trip. Monday, the group toured the Museum of Science and … more
Denae Tordoff has been a staple in De Smet as a cosmetologist at Leigh Marie Salon for 13 years. She loved that job and her clients but had to give it up due to medical reasons, retiring at the end … more
Last week, I had the pleasure of listening to Cindy Wilson, author of  “The Beautiful Snow” share her latest book. She talked about her research and findings for her newest book “We Suffered … more
The De Smet City Council held a special meeting on Tues., March 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the De Smet Event Center to discuss the Main Street Project with local business owners and the public who attended. … more
Opening your home to someone is not always an easy task, but for Jeff and Lindsay Nolte, this is the second time. Jeff, 6-12 principal at Iroquois High School, and Lindsay, English teacher at De Smet … more
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