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May 8, 1911 Inquiries as to whether Iroquois will hold its annual Sport Day celebration this year are coming in fast and thick. Thus far, no move has been made and the CHIEF has no knowledge as to … more
10 YEARS AGO June 8, 2011 In the 22-year history of the Lake Thompson Walleye Tournament, weather has often been a major factor. High winds, driving rains and cold weather have forced contestants off … more
(With excerpt from Jean Nelson) The trundle bed, also called a truckle bed, was invented in the 1600s. It was a low bed so called because of the trundles or casters that were attached to the feet so … more
Volunteers are needed to help with Lake Preston’s Avenue of Flags on Flag Day, Mon., June 14. Meet at 7:00 a.m. in the city park to post flags and at 5:30 p.m. to retire the flags. more
June is Flamingo Flocking Season! A flock of flamingos may gather to roost in your yard. If this happens, you will require expert help for removal from the Lake Preston Chamber. It’s $10 to have … more
Lake Preston Chamber Family Fun Night will be held Thurs., June 17 in the park starting at 6 p.m. FUN FOR ALL AGES. Food will be available for purchase along with root beer floats provided by the … more
Erwin is becoming a "Hot-Spot." Families are moving in from Wisconsin and Minnesota, as well as other states. There is only one house in Erwin available. The Erwin Campground, located on Main Street, … more
The Oldham Food Pantry was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding performance during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic."The South Dakota Department of Education; Child and Adult Nutrition … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Worship Service Sunday at 10:00 a.m. in Church, 88.1 FM Radio, Live Facebook. No Sunday School – resumes in September. Pastor Dick Poppen on KWAT Sunday at 9:30 a.m. … more
Vicki Aughenbaugh’s parents, Bob and Phyliss Mann from Mesa, Ariz., have been guests this past week at her home. The Richard Bornitz’s family members went to the Black Hills recently to visit the … more
As much as I normally enjoy the heat, it would be nice to have a little break from it now and then. More than anything, it would be nice to see some rain in the forecast. We’ve been trying to keep … more
10 YEARS AGO June 8, 2011 Susanne Albrecht of rural Arlington is the owner of Poinsett Gardens, the new greenhouse on the corner of Second Street and Joliet Avenue in De Smet. The greenhouse was … more
The Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship June 13 at 8 a.m. The WELCA will meet Thurs., June 17 at 2 p.m. at Lorelee Nelson’s. The Memorial Day Service at the auditorium was well attended with … more
Well Folks, I guess it was just too hot for any news to happen this week except that Ted Haug was the speaker at the Presbyterian Church of Bancroft on Sun., June 6. His wife, Kay, had charge of the … more
David and Amanda Fields officially opened their new store, Fields Fish and Game (FF&G), Monday at 6 a.m. The store will be an outdoorsman delight with merchandise to cover fishing, including … more
This weekend has lots of activities going on around town for the annual Old Settlers Day celebration. Be sure to send us your photos at editor@kingsburyjournal.com. more
De Smet is the place to be next week as the Event Center was selected as a location for a Watch Party and everyone is invited to join the fun. It will be being held on Wed., June 16 from 10:45 a.m. … more
Bobbie Bohlen from HME Management will be at the De Smet Event & Wellness Center on Thursday, June 10 from 9-11 a.m. to answer any questions that you may have about the new Wilder Pass Townhomes. … more
The De Smet American Legion Post needs help with their flags. Volunteers, please meet at the Legion Hall on Sat., June 12 at 6:50 a.m. to put the flags out on display for Old Settlers Day. They will … more
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