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For those who may have noticed my name missing from last week’s paper or a change in my writing, I just wanted to share the reason why. My dad has been struggling with pulmonary fibrosis and heart … more
Becca and Travis Grace, owners of the Cabaret, a steakhouse and lounge in Carthage, S.D., have announced that they are putting the business on the market. Becca began working for the Cabaret as … more
Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship on May 14 at 9:30 a.m. Sunday School will be Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. at Lorelee Nelson’s. Trinity Women of the ELCA will meet Thurs., May 18 at 2 p.m. at … more
Ted Haug was the speaker at our church on May 7, speaking on the universal church from Matthew 16:15-19. He mentioned that there are 30,000 different denominations in the world, but each one is … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Worship service Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School at 9:30 FM 88.1 Live Facebook Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Youth Group Wednesday 7 … more
Annette and Charemon Dunham presented the Citizen Awards to students of the Iroquois Middle School and High School on behalf of the American Legion and the first, second and third place awards for … more
Jordan Rusche, De Smet High School alumna, South Dakota State University graduate, academic award winner and 2022-23 Editor-in-Chief of the SDSU Collegian, is venturing into the ever-evolving world … more
Five members of the De Smet High School FFA traveled to Oklahoma April 30 – May 5 for the National Land and Homesite competition, having qualified for national by winning the Northeast South Dakota … more
10 YEARS AGO May 8, 2013 On May 3, Laura Ingalls Wilder School third-grade students helped De Smet City Parks Superintendent Gordie Skyberg plant an Autumn Flame Maple tree in Washington Park in … more
The De Smet School Board met on Mon., May 8, for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting began with President Shane Roth congratulating Abi Van Regenmorter on her new title, Superintendent Doctor … more
The Lake Preston FFA Chapter held their annual banquet on May 4, 2023. The banquet was led by the 2022-23 FFA officers, Ava Malone, president; Gretta Larson, vice president; Savanna Perkins, … more
The Lake Preston Board of Education met on Mon., May 8, at 5:30 p.m. in the Superintendent’s Conference Room. This was their last meeting before the end of the 2022-23 school year. The issues … more
10 YEARS AGO May 8, 2013 Sophomore Kiana Hoff broke the school record and has qualified for state, as she dominated the competition at Friday’s high school track meet. She had a record-breaking … more
The second annual De Smet Outdoor Show took place last Sat., May 6, and was once again a big success. The De Smet Event & Wellness Center welcomed roughly 300 visitors who came to see more than … more
May 11, 1933 The Iroquois High School band will join thirteen other bands at Huron today and this evening will participate in a massed band concert under the auspices of the Huron Chamber of … more
LifeServe Blood Center held a blood drive in De Smet on Tues., May 2, with a good turn-out. Twenty donors registered to give blood; 19 were able to donate, and 20 units of life-saving blood were … more
The Lake Thompson Area has a long history of major flooding. The most recent flooding in 2019 ignited a grassroots movement to form a taxing district that would address the concerns of property … more
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