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Derecho (duh-RAY-choh), as defined by Wikipedia, is a widespread, long-lived, straight-line windstorm that is associated with a fast-moving group of severe thunderstorms known as a mesoscale … more
Looking for something to do this weekend? Looking for a job? Are you interested in discovering the many different businesses there are in Kingsbury County? Do you have a business in Kingsbury County … more
We were lucky to have survived the big storm last week without any damage, but living without electricity for a day was more of a challenge than I would ever have imagined. When the power first went … more
To kick off and celebrate May as Beef Month, the Kingsbury County Cattlemen’s Association (KCCA) has made a purchase of beef to donate a lunch to each school in Kingsbury County. In addition, KCCA … more
Since October of last year, if one drove out to the De Smet Cemetery to see Charles Ingalls’ grave marker, all that could be seen was a stone base. The marble pillar had been removed and taken to … more
Blong Yang, Saint Paul, Minn., 70 in a 65 mile per hour zone, fined $97.50. Charles Hall, Rutherford, N.C., no proper license plates on vehicle, fined $132.50. Norland Hofer, Huron, drive vehicle … more
The Kingsbury County Sheriff’s Department reports four accidents.April 12 – Corbett Allen of Wind Gap, Pa., was north bound on Hwy 81 near 215 Street in a closed work area. Allen collided with a … more
I don’t know how you feel, but in my opinion, parenting is hard! Someone must have forgotten to hand me the instruction manual when my children came home. I have yet to meet a parent who wouldn’t … more
St. John Lutheran Church of rural Ramona held a brunch for six seniors who will be graduating from Oldham-Ramona School on May 21. The Women’s Group prepared the brunch of egg bakes, muffins, juice … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Worship Service Sunday 10:30 a.m. No Sunday School. FM 88.1 – Live Facebook. Wednesday Bible Study 7 – 8 p.m. A large group gathered last week for ground clean up around … more
Billie Sargent was the speaker at the Presbyterian Church on May 15. Thank you, Billie, for a very inspiring service. Thank you, all, who helped me celebrate my birthday this last week. Boy! It sure … more
The Bornitz family enjoyed a birthday party for Jonny Bornitz, son of Travis and Michelle Bornitz. Charemon and Annette Dunham attended the Iroquois Community Club meeting on May 3. On May 4, they … more
Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship Service May 22 at 9:30 a.m. with the Sunday School leading the service using the theme, “A, B, Cs of Sunday School.” Everyone is welcome. Sunday School … more
Lake Preston High School FFA members brought baby animals to the school May 11 and hosted a petting zoo/animal nursery. The students brought domestic pets such as puppies and rabbits, as well as farm … more
10 YEARS AGO May 16, 2012 Hugs were given, tears were shed and memories were shared as the LPHS graduating class of 2012 took center stage at the ceremony held on May 12. With their futures in sight, … more
A dozen concerned citizens attended a question/answer session with officials from Banner Associates and Halme Construction on Mon., May 9 at the Community Room. Many yards on the north side of town … more
The De Smet Common Council met at the De Smet Event Center Wednesday, and while the list of agenda items was long, the council made short work of it. The council heard public comments, set pool rates … more
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