Local News
3555 results total, viewing 81 - 100
Spring is here, and local greenhouses are open for business. De Smet has two greenhouses, Jesser’s Greenhouse and Poinsett Gardens. Carthage has one, Petal Pushers. Jesser’s Greenhouse James and … more
SDSU Extension will host a series of community meetings to share and collect information to promote tourism in South Dakota along US Highway 14 from May 16-23. De Smet has been selected as a location … 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 Kingsbury County Sheriff’s Department reports one accident.April 12 – Neal Martens of De Smet was pulling out into the roadway from his residence and struck Shelby Landmark who was traveling … more
Over 1,350 members of the South Dakota Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (SD FCCLA) gathered at the 2023 State Leadership Conference held at the Ramkota Hotel and … more
Four different De Smet Bulldogs have committed to area universities to play on their sports teams starting this fall. Damon Wilkinson will play basketball for South Dakota State University (SDSU) in … more
75 YEARS AGO April 29, 1948 The 440-yard dash conference record was broken by Merle Klinkel who ran it in :54.3. Eldon Kellar held the record at :54.8, which was set in 1943. Gerald Hoy was second … more
Kendra Jean Palmlund is the daughter of Matt and Natalie Palmlund; her siblings include Haden, Ethan and Clara. Her favorite family activity is camping. An accomplishment that Kendra is proud of is … more
Senior Brayden Shane Roth is the son of Shane and Monica Roth. He is a sibling to Jeremiah, Joshua, Noah, Josiah, Isaiah, Olivia and AJ. Brayden admires his dad, whom he says works very hard to … more
It takes a second to say hello or to save a life. As National Stroke Awareness Month unfolds for us, it’s a good time to review how to respond to the potentially debilitating or fatal threat of … more
“There is nothing better than having a senior, whom you grew a bond with and watched grow up knowing Jesus, say to you, Dar, we miss KFC, and we miss you,” said Darlene DeKnikker. “When you … more
100 YEARS AGO May 3, 1923 Tues., May 1 was tree-planting day at the new athletic park. The committee gathered a force of volunteer workers and proceeded to the neighboring farms, where owners had … more
May 4, 1933The Iroquois High School band was out for the county track meet held in this city Saturday, and before marching to the athletic grounds, rendered a few selections at the intersection of … more
Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship Sun., May 7 at 8 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. Sunday School will be on Wednesday at 4:30 at Lorelee Nelson’s. Connie Hattervig recently helped host a … more
The Rev. Steve Richert of Brookings was the speaker at church on April 30, speaking about 'witnessing while suffering' from 1 Peter 3:13-19; that as we live our Christian life, Satan will attack us … more
Adaline Reilly, along with her granddaughter Jana Rose, attended the Colton Schweigert-Summer Gross wedding held at the Canton Barn, Canton, S.D., on Saturday evening. Annette and Charemon Dunham … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church Worship Service Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. FM 88.1 – Live Facebook Youth Group was held April 26 with Jerod Jordan. Childrens Sunday School … more
Imagine, just over 100 years ago, nearly one-third of people in the upper Great Lakes/Midwest regions walked around with a goiter on their neck. A goiter is a lump on the throat, which could be as … more
« Prev | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 178 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.