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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
A warm bowl of soup is a classic comfort food, especially when the weather turns colder or if one has a cold. The strong association between soup and comfort hasn’t been lost on researchers. … more
January 4, 1884 The morning and evening passenger trains have been discontinued until spring emigration opens up, when they will again be put on. Also, the accommodation train on the Hawarden line. … more
During the month of December, Cindy Albrecht, Chris Bjorkman and Bonnie Menzel offered to wrap Christmas gifts for a freewill donation to benefit the Kingsbury County Food Pantry. Thanks to the … more
10 YEARS AGO January 1, 2014 New year resolutions began in ancient Babylon when people made promises to their gods at the start of the year to return borrowed items and pay their debts. Jim Farrell, … more
Longtime De Smet coach Pat Wheeler was inducted into the Entringer Hall of Fame at the Entringer Classic on Saturday night in Brookings. Wheeler first joined the De Smet High School staff in 1984 and … more
When Dr. Tim Salonen announced his retirement and the closing of his De Smet Veterinary Service office, many were concerned about the clinic’s future. Fortunately, the clinic reopened with new … more
Athletes do not just put in the time during a sports season; athletes put in the time all year round. The Iroquois Booster Club found a way to encourage all youth, athletes or not, to stay active in … more
10 YEARS AGO January 1, 2014 This week’s news was a recap of the year 2013. Some of the highlights were the retirement of The Pie Lady Jan Mobley; the induction of Lyal Larson into the South Dakota … more
Trinity Lutheran Church will have Worship on Jan. 7 at 11 a.m. with the Sunday School singing. Visitors are always welcome. Shirley Stroud’s family gathered Saturday evening for their family … more
The Reverend Tom Peyton was the speaker at church Sunday, speaking on Revelations 2 and 3, which was written to the seven churches at that time. Each church congregation had fallen away from the … more
Adeline Reilly was a dinner guest of the Dean Reilly family of Iroquois on New Year’s Day. Rick and Vicky Aughenbaugh had supper with Jack and Donna Steele on New Year’s Eve. On New Year’s Day, … more
Spirit Lake Presbyterian Church worship service on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. FM 88.1 Live Facebook Pastor Dick Poppen speaks on KWAT radio Sunday at 9:35 a.m. Wednesday … more
A seizure can b e most frightening for a family member, friend or anyone to witness. However, for some people with epilepsy, seizures may be fairly common and not unexpected. Roughly one in 10 people … more
The Kingsbury County Commissioners met on Tues., Dec. 18, to discuss several topics including the sheriff’s new pickup, surplus cash and Asphalt Paving’s application for a Conditional Use Permit. … more
One day, while sitting in her office with her father, looking through all the different newsletters he had received in the mail, an idea came to Corrie Walter. If young people are the future of … more
Here is a look back at some of the stories printed in the Kingsbury Journal during the first half of 2023. Jan. 4: Greg Carmon was presented with the 2022 Wildlife Habitat Award through the Izaak … more
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