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10 YEARS AGO February 9, 2011 The trails were obscured by poor visibility, but Saturday’s unexpected heavy snow did not prevent the Third Annual Ride for the Ribbon from being a success. “We … more
In a heartfelt retirement letter, Mrs. Jan Hillestad thanked the Lake Preston School District and said the school “literally changed the course of my life in so many amazing ways.” In the … more
With the passage of time and the new generations, old adages or sayings become irrelevant as their references disappear. We all remember the sayings our grandparents told us, but today a conversation … more
10 YEARS AGO February 9, 2011 Public works director Kevin Curd reported to the city council that snow removal has been keeping him and his crew busy. It’s also putting a dent in this year’s … more
The Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Raiders celebrated the National Girls & Women in Sports Day this year by honoring three senior student athletes: Rylie Aschmeller from Rutland Madeline Eich from … more
Congratulations to all of the students who made the Second Quarter Honor Roll at Oldham-Ramona School. Students will receive an Honor Roll certificate and special treat! “A” Honor Roll ~ 3.67-4.0 … more
Iroquois Ironworker, Inc., a small manufacturing company in Iroquois, S.D., was established in Iroquois in 2003 by Richard Tilton. Eleven employees build hydraulic machines for metal fabrication. … more
February 9, 1911The members and friends of the Cong’l church are earnestly requested to be present at the morning service next Sunday, as a meeting is called to decide whether to celebrate the 25th … more
Prairie Lutheran Parish services have been cancelled for Feb. 14. Norbert Moldan recently processed a grant application for the Campbell Straw Bale Museum with the South Dakota COVID Relief Fund. He … more
I'm sorry, folks, that there was no column in last week’s paper. At 7:09 a.m. that morning, we received word that Larry, my son who had been in the motorcycle accident over two months ago, had just … more
February is the shortest month of the year, but it is packed with a lot of events. Feb. 2 was Groundhog Day. He sure didn’t see his shadow around here with so much fog every day. Will April be a … more
Marlin and Jeanette Clendening and Curt and Lori Wehlander attended the basketball tournament held Saturday in Iroquois. They met up with the Woonsocket bunch to watch Clendening’s … more
60s-plus mealsThe Lake Preston Café is available for dine-in and take out. Please call (605) 847-4605 to be added to the list.  Thursday, February 4: Sausage Potato Omelet, Vegetable, Fruit, … more
You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised. Hebrews 10:36 Arlington  Calvary Free Lutheran Church, Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., … more
Tuesday was Groundhog Day. Although the weather was cold and snowy in the Philadelphia region, Punxsutawney Phil, that famous weather-predicting marmot, saw his shadow after emerging from his burrow … more
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