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Clean-up and repairs were the main topics during the De Smet City Council meeting held on Wed., July 12. It began with discussion of the upcoming street projects; Claus Smith addressed the council … more
Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant Attendees for July 7, 8, 9 State Attendees Alaska 4 Arizona 9 Arkansas 17 California 23 Florida 2 Georgia 2 Illinois 14 Indiana 32 Iowa 43 Kansas 91 Kentucky 2 Maryland 2 … more
Tia Felberg, pastor of the United Methodist Church (UMC) in both De Smet and Iroquois, is the Dakotas UMC Conference 2023 Denman Award winner for clergy. Felberg was recently presented the award by … more
April Rusche, local artist and educator, will lead hands-on art activities for all ages. These activities will celebrate the life and experiences of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Dakota prairie that … more
Each year, the board members of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant Society select a volunteer to honor for dedication and service to the pageant. Sharon and Delver Williams, a local couple who have … more
Augustana University has announced students who have been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of the 2022-23 academic year. • Autumn Wilkinson, De Smet, S.D. Black Hills State … more
First-grade teacher Jeanne Penney has stepped down from her full-time position at Laura Ingalls Wilder Elementary School after 41 years. Penney was born in Huron and raised on a farm near Lake … more
On June 17, the De Smet Community Women (DCW) hosted a citywide rummage sale. John and Lorenda Anderson participated, and since they live just outside of De Smet, they set up shop at the home of a … more
The first Gilbertson picnic was held in 1952 at Washington Park in De Smet. Descendants of Peder and Ever Gilbertson and Henry Gilbert (all brothers from Norway) gathered to visit, reconnect and … more
The Kingsbury County Food Pantry will be closed on July 4. The Feeding South Dakota food truck giveaway will return to its normal dates starting on July 26, on the fourth Wednesday of each month. … more
The annual Fourth of July fireworks display will begin at dusk on Tues., July 4, near the city shop at the northwest corner of De Smet. Rain date will be July 5. Post 138 will be putting up the … more
Hundreds of people from around the world come to De Smet to enjoy the Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant each year; many exclaim how well and how effortlessly the event is run. They do not realize the … more
The De Smet City Council met on Wed., June 14, to discuss ongoing issues including the unsolved property line between Klinkel and Harris and the water, sewer and street projects. Mike Martens brought … more
Six members of the De Smet land judging team attended Soil Days in Watertown, S.D., June 14-15. The first day of the event included schooling and practice sites. The land judging contest was held the … more
De Smet’s CrossFit AVA gym held its first Old Settlers Days 5K run on Sat., June 10, and it was a hit with almost 100 people of all ages participating in the run, jog, walk event. The event brought … more
The De Smet School Board met briefly on Mon., June 12, to discuss several items including an invitation from the University of Sioux Falls (USF) for the football team to play at their stadium, the … more
Seniors SUPERIOR Emma Albrecht, Julie Anderson, Cori Birkel, Jada Burke, Kasen Janssen, Olivia Johnson, Jacie McCune, Leah Millman, Kendra Palmlund, Ella Poppinga, Brayden Roth, Matthew Rusche, Emma … more
The South Dakota Beef Industry Council (SDBIC) begins year four of the Junior Beef Ambassador program, a program giving area youth, ages 5 to 18, the opportunity to share their beef story. The … more
South Dakota’s longest running celebration, Old Settlers Days, in De Smet, S.D., has activities for everyone. This year’s celebration will be filled with both traditional and new events for all … more
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