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For many years the stage and the silver screen have dripped with dramatic scenes that involved a handkerchief. Shakespeare’s Othello killed his wife over a misunderstanding about a hanky. Bad guys … more
Before my junior year in high school, I returned from a Boy Scout canoeing trip to discover my sister had been killed in a car crash. I will never forget the sadness of the moment when I walked into … more
There is nothing better than homemade pasta sauce, but most of us don’t always have the time to take on making homemade sauces. Fortunately, there are several ways to make store-bought sauces taste … more
For 134 years, South Dakota has counted on regular citizens to do the business of governing our state. We have rejected attempts to create a full-time legislature. State legislators don’t have … more
The snow that fell last week was perfect for building a snowman. Many can be seen around town, including this one on the beside of the Welcome Center. more
There’s a perception that South Dakota’s future is charted in Pierre. That’s where big decisions get made; where Governors have taken historic actions; where legislators go every … more
This may not relate to everyone, but for those who read printed ads or hear them on the radio or TV, today's notes will help with what one notices about advertised products.Advertising notes NEW - … more
“Oh, yoohoo! Could you please help little-ol’ me?” Picture the damsel in distress in the old movie. She twirls her ruffled parasol. She flutters her eyelashes and her lacy white handkerchief -- … more
As I was browsing at all the recipes I’ve shared so far, I realized I rarely share drink recipes. This is pretty crazy considering all the drink recipes I’ve collected throughout my time … more
The main run of the 98th legislative session is over, and we will be in recess until we return to Pierre on March 27 to consider vetoes. Here are a few highlights of the work your citizen legislature … more
Going into the 2023 Legislative Session, a top priority for lawmakers was delivering tax relief for South Dakotans. After weeks of debate and negotiations, I am proud of the House and Senate for … more
Whenever I look at ways to trim our budget, my thoughts turn to groceries first. However, with the rising costs at the grocery store, it can seem complicated, if not impossible, to feed a family on a … more
"The opinion seems to have got abroad in some manner that there is much suffering in Dakota in consequence of the hard winter. To read eastern papers, one would think that between being buried and … more
After 40 years as a doctor interacting with patients, in the last two-and-a-half years the tables turned, and I have become the patient. Although most are good, I’ve found some doctors are … more
I’m hoping everyone in the nation gets on the bandwagon and follows us.” Those were the words of Ken Amundson, the president of Midwestern Mechanical in Sioux Falls. Ken’s company has had to … more
Reconsider repealing grocery sales taxRepresentative Tim Reisch of District 8 recently published his thoughts in the Kingsbury Journal on the reduction of the state sales tax from 4.5 percent to 4.2 … more
This may have been in before, but with spring training starting soon in Arizona, I had to dig this out. If you give a boy a baseball, he will want a bat to go with it. You’ll buy him the best bat … more
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I thought this would be the perfect time to share a traditional Irish recipe and talk more about this special soda bread. For anyone born and raised … more
With each passing minute, the crowd grew. Seats filled quickly, and even the highest rows morphed from dark blue to a colorful blur of faces and movement. The chatter of excited fans buzzed through … more
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