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Eh Moo Shee is only 30 years old, but he has lived a remarkable life that started in the jungles of Burma where he lived in bamboo huts. “We had to move many times, but we always had to have … more
Court newsThe money collected on a $117.50 speeding ticket is distributed to the following sources: $39 to the school district in the county where the violation occurred, $30 to the Law Enforcement … more
The final bill count is in, and we now know what we have to work through over the next few weeks as the legislative session continues to move on. The deadline to introduce bills was on Wednesday, and … more
Today, I want to focus on HB1034 “An Act to Revise Certain Youth Hunting Requirements.” This bill passed the full House by a vote of 56 Yea and 13 Nay and now goes to the Senate for … more
The Legislative Session is now through week four of nine. Each day we address several bills, whether in committee or on the Senate floor. Some bills are dealt with quickly and do not make it out of … more
After 10 years of reporting and photographing news in and around Kingsbury County, I have decided it’s time for a change. I am leaving The Kingsbury Journal at the end of this week. I won’t be … more
It’s been another long week for me dealing with COVID. I’m finally starting to feel better, but I’ve been worried about my dad who was in the hospital for a week dealing with his own COVID … more
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Whether you love the holiday or not, it does present as a day in the middle of winter somewhere between New Years and hopefully spring. Known as a holiday of … more
At Monday’s De Smet Board of Education meeting, school business manager Susan Purintun was honored for 40 years of service to the school district. “We are grateful for and appreciative for her … more
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
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