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The money collected on a $107.50 speeding ticket is distributed to the following sources: $39 to the school district in the county where the violation occurred, $30 to the Law Enforcement Officer … more
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The 31st Annual Lake Thompson Walleye Tournament is scheduled for June 6 - 7, 2020. Entry forms can be found on the Lake Thompson S.D. Tourism Facebook page or by contacting Korlyn Casper at (605) … more
Dakota Wesleyan University (DWU), Mitchell S.D., recently released its Spring 2020 dean’s list which includes 329 university students with 19 of those students in Kingsbury county and the … more
DO’S • Do visit the parks that are close to your home to avoid stops. • Prepare before you visit by checking with the park to know which areas are open so you know that you may need … more
Now that we, the citizens of Kingsbury County, have a paper again, it is important to chronicle how individuals and businesses have handled the beginning of this COVID-19 crisis. ‘Hats … more
Friends gathered in front of Gerri Aughenbaugh’s home to pay tribute to her as she recently lost her battle with Leukemia while in Arizona. The Iroquois fire truck led the drive by while 25 … more
Amy Zeller was a recent visitor at the Wehlander’s. Lee and Selma Dunham were home for Memorial Day Weekend. The Iroquois American Legion placed grave flags on the veteran graves at Iroquois … more
The Lake Preston Food Pantry recently received a refrigeration unit thanks to a Community Relief Grant through Midwest Dairy Association, an organization which represents 6500 Midwest dairy farmers. … more
To give back to the community during this tough time, the city of Lake Preston has organized weekly $25 chamber bucks drawings for essential workers employed within the city limits. Nominations are … more
De Smet native and South Dakota State University Ph.D. graduate student, Warren Rusche, received first place in the national Graduate Student Poster Competition for his research project on livestock … more
10 Years AgoMay 26, 2010  Chamber Chat — Only 19 Days before the festivities of Old Settler’s Day begin! The parade committee is almost formed! De Smet Chamber is hosting its first … more
Through the week of May 10-16, De Smet Good Samaritan Center celebrated National Skilled Nursing Care Week with its residents and staff. The 2020 theme, “Sharing Our Wisdom,” showcased … more
COVID-19 changed the lives of families nearly overnight. Schools were closed, employment was paused and socializing was halted. However, one factor that remained unaffected was the school lunch … more
The De Smet Transit Service announced that it has expanded rural transportation services to a larger area outside of the De Smet city limits. The bus will travel to homes in an approximately ten-mile … more
In the past, beekeeping was thought of as an industry that only large-scale operations could utilize, but recently hobbyists and local gardeners have been taking an interest in small-scale beekeeping. more
When the world changed in March of 2020, and Covid-19 became a household word, Kingsbury County businesses and residents began to meet via conference call. Cindy Bau, Kingsbury County Emergency … more
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