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I have never been a big breakfast person. I know they say that everyone should start their day with a good breakfast, but for some reason that’s the one meal of the day that tends to fall short … more
Part of having the title of dad is the unspoken truth of having jokes that are so bad, they are good! Here are some doozies that you cannot help but laugh at. The Kingsbury Journal wishes a Happy … more
While there is still a lot to do, construction is underway in both Lake Preston and De Smet for future Valley Fibercom customers. The company, which is headquartered in Herreid, S.D., provides … more
The Feeding South Dakota truck will be making another stop in Kingsbury County next Wednesday, June 24. The organization makes stops in the county the fourth Wednesday of each month. Distributions … more
Due to packing plant shutdowns across the country, many pork producers have been struggling to find places to harvest their animals, which is having a dramatic impact on South Dakota’s pork … more
The Kingsbury County Sheriff’s Department reports seven accidents in the past week. Lynne Brown of Lake Preston hit a deer about 4:15 p.m. on June 3 while traveling north on 441st Avenue just … more
Tanner Schiferl, Vermillion, 75 in a 65 mile per hour zone, fined $107.50. Cody Wiskur, Iroquois, 70 in a 65 mile per hour zone, fined $87.50. Joshua Thao, Little Canada, Minn., 60 in a 55 mile … more
The South Dakota Dept of Health shows the reported number of COVID-19 cases has remained constant in Kingsbury County as of June 16 with no new cases reported this past week. There are presently two … more
The Vaughan Family Dairy of Bancroft, S.D. is bringing a bit of New York to the South Dakota prairies.As 8th generation farmers who have worked on a dairy all their lives, brothers Kenn and Paul … more
Several students from the Madison Avenue Dance Studio beginner class performed June 13 in a recital at the De Smet Event & Wellness Center. Both the beginner class and junior class performed for a limited number of audience members. more
Kingsbury County Courthouse employees have been working in their offices, but, because of the threat of COVID-19, public access to the inside of the courthouse has been limited since March. The … more
If you happen to encounter an orange shorts-clad walker in or around the Iroquois area this summer, don’t worry, they’re not lost. This is most likely Scott Beehler, the Iroquois School … more
Esmond area is still pretty much shut down, so no church services and very little movement. Crops planting is close to being completed; it is much different than last year. More on how the town has … more
Donna Stroud flew into Sioux Falls Thursday after spending the winter in Mesa, Arizona. Bob and Deb Stroud, Redfield, met her at the airport. They had lunch at Justin Stroud’s before returning … more
Duane Poppen, Aberdeen, was an overnight guest of his parents, Cork and Illdena Poppen, Wednesday, May 27. Thursday, he took his parents to Sioux Falls for a doctor appointment for Cork. He returned … more
Rose Grothe visited Eileen Strickler in Iroquois Tuesday afternoon. Gayle Grothe, Brookings, visited Rose Grothe Friday afternoon and joined her for supper. Sharon Pieper, Valley Springs, and … more
Grace Albrecht • High Academic Honors • Presidential Education Award • Student Council Scholarship • American Lutheran Church Heritage Scholarship • De Smet Community … more
Much of Monday’s De Smet Board of Education meeting revolved around balancing coronavirus concerns with getting back to normal for the 2020-21 school year. Darcie Lee, a Registered Nurse at … more
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