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The Kingsbury County Board of Commissioners met at 8:30 a.m. on Tues., July 2, at the Kingsbury County Courthouse to discuss the county budget along with a zoning change application from Cody Siver, … more
A special event, “On the Page & Stage,” takes place July 12-13 in De Smet. Several writers, researchers and historians who have helped share South Dakota history and that of Laura Ingalls … more
Choose your friends carefully was advice Coach Kush gave campers during the 2024 South Dakota Farmers Union (SDFU) State Leadership Camp. “Whom you hang out with determines whom you will become,” … more
It’s family vacation time and I’m busy trying to get everything ready. I’m not sure about everyone else, but I never feel like I need a vacation until it’s time to get ready for one. I get so … more
The 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 Officer … more
The Millmans will be missed as they move on to their next adventure. In the seven years the Millmans have lived in De Smet, they have become an integral part of the community. Jim Millman has been an … more
10 YEARS AGO July 9, 2014 On Tuesday, Kingsbury County Commissioners discussed construction work they are planning for the courthouse. Workers from Midwest Glass were working Tuesday to replace glass … more
The De Smet Class of 1990 is spearheading a donation drive in memory of our classmate Tammy Nicholson Foster. She was a long-time lifeguard, pool manager and swim lesson instructor. Our goal is to … more
All it took was one cooking contest for Chrissy and Jason Paul to become hooked. The Pauls took first place at the Pork Butt Battle sponsored by the South Dakota Pork Producers and Jack’s Campers … more
10 YEARS AGO July 9, 2014 Michele Nelson has had many different jobs. She worked at a nursing home, grocery store, hospital, daycare and the Lake Preston Times before she found the motivation to … more
Dale and Barb Reilly were visited last week by their daughters Shannon and Scott Johnson family of Melbourne, Fla., and Crystal and her family of Casper, Wyo. Annette, Charemon and Leo Dunham … more
“Drawn to the Land: Homesteading Dakota,” a traveling exhibit from the South Dakota Historical Society, will be at the Iroquois Heritage Museum during Sports Day weekend, July 20-21. From 1860 to … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian church worship: Sun., July 14, 10:30 a.m. FM 88.1 – Live Facebook Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio: Sunday, 9:35 a.m. Women’s Bible Study: Monday, 7 p.m. Last … more
Ted Haug was the speaker at church on July 7, 2024, speaking on Galatians 5:16 – 24. Paul, after listing the evils of the flesh, said that anyone who does things such as sexual sins, unclean … more
Trinity Lutheran Church worship: July 14, 11 a.m. with Communion. Trinity Women of the ELCA: Thurs., July 18, 2 p.m. at Lorelee Nelson’s. Visitors are always welcome at Trinity. A Campbell Straw … more
July 11, 1884 W.S. Radcliffe and E.C. Winebrenner, late agent and operator at this point, are the recipients of a handsome present, each as a slight token of the appreciation and friendship of our … more
Talk of early bedtimes and back-to-school clothes – no child wants to hear that in July. However, now’s the time to begin looking toward this busy season when it comes to your family’s health … more
Lake Preston was the place to be last Saturday. The annual BBQ Beer and Friends was held at Thorsnes Park. While the cook-off teams were busy preparing their chicken, ribs and brisket for people to … more
On Saturday night during the Prime Time Gala, the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation presented a donation in the amount of $303,622 to Feeding South Dakota on-stage at the Denny Sanford PREMIER … more
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