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10 YEARS AGO September 21, 2011 Arnold Wienk was selected as a 2011 Eminent Farmer (Rancher) by the SD Board of Regents and SDSU Colleges of Ag, Biological Sciences and Family Consumer Sciences. … more
In unanimous roll call votes, the Lake Preston City Council passed two ordinances that established the requirements for the distribution of cannabis within city limits. Cannabis Ordinance 447-21; … more
10 YEARS AGO September 21, 2011 Eric Schoenfelder was crowned the 2011 homecoming king, and Mary Berg was crowned the 2011 homecoming queen during the coronation ceremony at the De Smet High School … more
Cheryl Bartlett took over her new duties recently as De Smet’s postmaster. One of her goals for her new position is to make changes that make someone’s day a little easier. She says she may not … more
LIW Elementary is seeking support for a complete Kindergarten PE Program, including a fleet of Strider AKB-Specific Bikes, helmets, pedals conversion kits, a Strider 20" bike for teacher instruction … more
Sept. 21, 1911On Monday, Arthur Hanson bought the Chas. Gehring barber shop and consolidated it with his own at the Hanson stand, where he will run either two or three chairs as the trade demands. … more
Trinity Lutheran Church will have worship Sept. 26 at 8 a.m. with the Sunday School at 9 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. Barb Roos led a retreat at the Coughlin Inn Friday evening and Saturday with … more
What a surprise!!! To wake up Friday morning to the sound of the city crew cleaning up the results of the night’s storm, parts of two trees in the street in front of my house. Thanks, guys. You did … more
Annette and Charemon Dunham attended the community club meeting on Mon., Sept. 13; on Friday, they were at the Iroquois FFA supper and homecoming coronation. Sunday, they helped with the Legion … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Service Sunday at 10:30 a.m., 88.1 FM Radio, Live Facebook. Adult and Children Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio Sunday at 9:30 a.m. … more
It is September; fall is in the air, and what we might call “respiratory season” is nearly upon us. Respiratory season refers to the colder months in which we spend much of our time indoors, … more
I’ve come to the realization that when it comes to trying new things, I’m more likely to stick with what I know … at least when it comes to going out to eat at a restaurant. I’m obviously not … more
Dylan Gimbel, Willow Lake, 35 in a 30 mile per hour zone, fined $97.50. Aaron Flegel, De Smet, 70 in a 65 mile per hour zone and careless driving, fined $230.00. Chad Waldner, Freeman, 48 in a 45 … more
COVID, COVID, COVID! Everywhere you turn it’s a hot topic, and emotions and politics permeate many news articles and stories. Despite all the coverage on television, radio, social media, magazines, … more
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