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A senior at De Smet High School, Gannon Gruenhagen is the son of Jeff and Stacie Gruenhagen. When he was young, Gannon imagined himself as an NFL player. After high school, he plans to attend DSU and … more
David Kemp, of De Smet, SD, was named to the College of Charleston Fall 2022 Dean's List. Kemp is majoring in Arts Management. To quality for Dean's List, students must earn a GPA of 3.600 or higher … more
The Dorothee Pike Memorial Library will be having a children's St. Patrick's Day Craft/Story Time activity on Sat., March 4 from 10-11:30 a.m. Stop by and join the fun! more
The staff will be happy to show off the history of Lake Preston for anyone visiting, for family reunions or for any occasion. Just call the number on the sign in front of the museum. more
What started out as a normal January Tuesday with work, followed by a basketball game and then home to bed to rest for the next day, turned into one of the most frightening of days ever for the … more
On Jan. 1, 2023, Chad and Kristi Osthus took over the ownership of the Johnson-Henry Funeral Home serving Arlington, Lake Preston and Oldham communities from Charles and Naomi Johnson. “We are very … more
Carbles, Rattle and Mexican Train games were played at the beginning of IMPACT week, followed on Tuesday by South Dakota State University exercise science intern Morgan Swick leading a strength and … 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
Although I’m hoping the weather forecast is wrong, it sounds like we may have a perfect day or two for baking. It seems like this winter we’ve been warned about several big storms heading our way … more
The North Preston Lutheran Church in Lake Preston held its annual Lutefisk Supper on Sun., Feb. 19, from 4-7 p.m. Prior to 1960, the North Preston Lutheran Church held various fundraising suppers. In … more
The Hazel L. Meyer Memorial Library in De Smet will host a “Tea and a Talk” Mon., Feb. 27, at 10 a.m. with guest speaker Hannah Haksgaard from the South Dakota Humanities Council. Haksgaard will … more
The De Smet School District will join districts across the state to thank school board members for their leadership and service to our local school district and community during South Dakota School … more
25 YEARS AGO February 18, 1998 City officials are going to ticket dog and cat owners whenever there’s a complaint about a pet running loose. Mayor Mark Hoek said he’s gotten several complaints … more
When Matthew James Rusche was younger, he used to imagine himself as an artist. His parents are Warren and April. He admires his mom because she taught him to have a sense of humor. His favorite … more
Julie Mae Anderson, a senior at De Smet High School, is the daughter of Jeff and Jennifer Anderson. She has siblings named Mychelle and Mykel; they all love to go fishing together. When she was … more
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