Young entrepreneur awarded $100,000 grant to pursue startup
On September 1, Henry Wegehaupt will begin the first phase of government-funded research on a project he dreamed up while in college.
Guard recruiters to provide water bottles for students
The South Dakota Army National Guard’s Recruiting Command is helping to provide drinking water bottles for South Dakota students that are being impacted by COVID-19.
CDA meets September 4
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart #280 held its regular meeting September 4.
Parkston Trojan freshman Payton Koehn hit a hole-in-one, September 7, at Lakeview Golf Course in Mitchell. He aced the number 3, 176 yard, hole with an eight iron.
Parkston Trojan junior Max Scott (15) just misses the catch during the September 11 game against the visiting Bon Homme Cavaliers.
The helpers of helpless children
"Rich in deeds of charity, poor in purse, but a millionaire in noble achievement." That tribute to Elizabeth Sherrard appearing in the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader upon her death in 1908 applied equally to her husband, William.
Election officials say vote-by-mail and voting at polls will be safe and fair
The people who will operate and oversee the 2020 general election in South Dakota are highly confident the vote for president, Congress, legislative seats and statewide ballot measures will be done fairly, accurately and in a timely manner without a risk of fraud.
Prevent falls and maximize quality of life for older South Dakotans
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one of four older Americans fall each year, and a single fall doubles the chance of falling again.
Bidding on yesterday
A line of tractors, some old, some rusted, and some needing plenty of tender loving care might seem like the beginnings of a junkyard, not part of an auction.
Open enrollment rules waived for fall sports
Student-athletes enrolled in schools this fall that have opted for online learning and no sports because of the pandemic may be able to open enroll to other schools.
Tax collections climb to $1.34 million at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
The Department of Revenue's tax collections at the 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally are currently at $1,343,348.