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Feb. 26 was the final day for petitions to be filed to run for De Smet City Council for a two-year term. Positions were open in Wards I, II and III as well as for mayor. Only one petition was taken … more
The Kingsbury County Equalization Office has mailed the 2021 assessment notices all Kingsbury County property owners. The notices are printed on yellow paper and will be placed in windowed envelopes … more
Do you know anyone who had influenza this past year? Chances are you do not. Sure, plenty of people had the “stomach flu” with vomiting and diarrhea, otherwise known as gastroenteritis. Some … more
Although I was sick with COVID for an extended period of time earlier this year, I never lost my sense of taste or smell. Since I like to play with recipes by adding different seasonings and … more
Court newsKenny Rosado, Huron, 76 in a 65 mile per hour zone and careless driving, fined $270.00. Grace Schlechter, Orient, 60 in a 55 mile per hour zone, fined $97.50. Gerbert Garcia, Brookings, 70 … more
I am writing this article near 10 p.m. on Thursday evening as we are finishing crossover week. This is typically the longest day of the session as all bills originating in chamber need to be approved … more

Vehicle owners in Kingsbury County are reminded that individuals whose last names begin with F, G & J will need to renew their vehicle registrations by March 31. Registration renewals … more

This was the final week for the 2021 IMPACTED classes. It was two months filled with sixteen hours of yoga and exercise classes, eight speakers, two game days, two bingo nights, one murder mystery … more
Kingsbury County commissioners met Tues., March 2, in the county courtroom. Commissioner Steven Spilde was present via Zoom with the rest of the commissioners physically present. COVID-19 precautions … more
On Feb. 13, 2021, I saw a dog in the ditch near our home. I stopped and called out for him, but he turned and ran, not fast and not far but wanting nothing to do with me…for sure! Well, I left but … more
Bryan Haggerty has had quite the year at the local Dairy Queen and Subway in De Smet. Haggerty, the owner of Dairy Queen and Subway for a little over a year now, has had to go through some major … more
Josh Roth, a 2019 graduate of De Smet High School, joined the Army National Guard on Sept. 21, 2017 —at the beginning of his junior year in high school. The second-eldest of eight children of Shane … more
(Excepts from Richard L. Bagley, his grandson) With the recent cold spell we have had, Thor had the perfect solution for starting your car. Otto Thorsnes had one of the earliest automobile repair … more
The LP Athletic Boosters gave out three yard sign prizes to three fans who were dressed in the most “retro” gear when Lake Preston played De Smet last week. Koreen Bjorklund, top left, (Class of … more
Justin Bryan Bice will be a 2021 graduate of Iroquois High School in May. Justin is the son of Wesley and Starla Bice of Yale, S.D.  Throughout high school, Justin has been involved in the … more
The Iroquois Elementary Student Council concluded their Veterans' Buddy Basket project this week. Their fundraising efforts raised nearly $500 that was used to buy personal and household items which … more
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