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Things never come easy for the ethanol industry. It seems like every time ethanol earns a victory, it runs into another roadblock. A little more than a year ago, things were looking up when the … more
“Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth: I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” Matthew 10:34 These are always hard words for us to hear, aren’t they? … more
Strong families are often built around strong dads. I was so blessed to grow up with a strong dad, a cowboy. But as you probably know, we lost my dad in a farm accident when I was 22. That tragedy … more
The sight of worn-out cowboy boots nailed to fenceposts is not an unusual sight in farm country. We might encounter a random lone boot nailed to a fence in the middle of nowhere, or there might be a … more
The articles on Mr. Warne and Mrs. Nelson were great tributes to two teachers that gave their lives to the area children and will be remembered for a long time (Kingsbury Journal, June 10, p. … more
A wakeboarder enjoying the water of Lake Thompson on June 1, 2020, when temperatures were above 90 degrees for the first time this season. The campground at Lake Thompson Recreation Area has been booked the past several weekends. more
I have never been a big breakfast person. I know they say that everyone should start their day with a good breakfast, but for some reason that’s the one meal of the day that tends to fall short … more
Recently, there has been a great deal of confusion and questions from small businesses and organizations regarding the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) that was included in the COVID-19 CARES Act. … more
COVID-19 has given us many unique challenges. As I’ve repeatedly said, this situation is historic in the worst way, but with every challenge comes the opportunity to learn, to adapt, and to … more
The Spring Lake township board would respectfully request an agreement similar to the one the City of De Smet has with the County Highway Department. We have approximately 250’ feet of township … more
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