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I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I was excited to see my family over the long weekend, but unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned. I wasn’t feeling well a few days before … more
Thanksgiving is the beginning of the holiday season for most families. Between now and New Year's Day, it's pretty common to be swamped with traveling, work functions, family gatherings and other … more
Several organizations, businesses and individuals came together to bring a new opportunity to De Smet in the area of childcare. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) has partnered … more
“A” Superior Seniors : Tom Aughenbaugh, Britt Carlson, Kadyn Fast, Emily Jennings, George Jensen, Connor Johnson, Willem Lim, Wyatt Rigge, Edger Wilkinson Juniors: Alyssa Asleson, Sam Gigov … more
10 YEARS AGO November 27, 2013 The annual 29-day giving challenge began Nov. 13 and runs until Dec. 12. This is the fifth year the project has been done locally. It is part of a global project that … more
It may be in between fall and winter sports for many high school students, but that does not mean students have been without something to do. Some at Lake Preston have been busy competing in FFA … more
The Lake Preston Board of Education held its regular monthly meeting on Mon., Nov. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in the superintendent’s conference room. After beginning with a discussion about expensive bus … more
10 YEARS AGO November 27, 2013 The elementary students have been busy making crafts and celebrating Thanksgiving this week; each class had a feast and did something creative. Mrs. McGuire’s … more
Television is flooded these days with commercials encouraging everyone to sign up for Medicare Advantage (MA). What is MA, and why are they doing this? First of all, here is a bit of history. For … more
The annual Snow Queen contest was held on Sun., Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Lake Preston High School gym, where young ladies were all dressed up in hopes of being chosen for the Kingsbury County Snow … more
Winter sports season is about to begin, which means gyms will be filled with spectators watching basketball games. However, there will be a few rule changes. Matt Clark, an area referee, attended a … more
Kingsbury Journal staff reached out to the De Smet and Lake Preston Kindergarteners to see what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving. These are their responses and let us just say, we love their … more
We are in the week of Thanksgiving. Harvest has, for the most part, wrapped up for the year. The fall has provided us mild weather. We do have a lot for which to be thankful. With that thought, why … 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
Les and Michelle Howard are excited to announce the opening of their new store, Rustic Reclaim SD, at 110 Calumet Ave. SE just in time for Small Business Saturday. Rustic Reclaim SD uses century-old … more
The De Smet Christian & Missionary Alliance Church is collecting warm clothing to help those in need through Family Connection in Sioux Falls. Robyn Flickinger, coordinator for the Kingsbury … more
10 YEARS AGO November 20, 2013 De Smet Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) got some realistic hands-on practice Nov. 13 in a 44-foot-long fully equipped mobile learning lab called Simulation in … more
The Lake Preston City Council held a special meeting in the Community Room at 7 p.m. on Tues., Nov. 14 to discuss the annual renewal of the alcohol license for American Legion Post 63. The renewal … more
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