Collected and dispersed
It wasn't only the sheer volume but the variety of items lined up in vast rows on the tables in the Tripp American Legion Hall that made this a once-in-a-lifetime sale.
Missoula, Parkston put on production of The Snow Queen
The Parkston Parent Teachers Organization and Delilia Weber Foundation presented the Missoula Children's Theatre production of The Snow Queen, October 27, in the Parkston Multi-Purpose Room.
Winners named in 4-H coloring contest
The Bring Dairy to Life in Hutchinson County Coloring Contest was sponsored by the Kaylor 4-H Club with the support of Midwest Dairy and local representative Jim Neugebauer.
Hoffman gives state convention update
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart #280 held its regular meeting November 1.
Parkston blood drive results
The LifeServe Blood Center blood drive sponsored by Parkston Community October 25 had a turnout of 25 donors registered and 25 life-saving units of blood were donated
PUC approves refund and lower rate for Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. customers
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission recently approved a refund and reduction of rates for Montana-Dakota Utilities Company customers as a result of the federal tax cuts enacted late last year.
Stopping the flu starts with you
As my term comes to a close, Linda and I have been planning for our future outside the Governor’s office.
Everyone needs a flu shot, particularly those at greatest risk
Drug stores, hospitals and health care providers have had signs heralding the 2018 to 2019 Flu Season for weeks.
New first grade teacher
At Tripp-Delmont, there are a lot of new staff that are joining the students’ learning experience and journey.
Fuerst joins Century Club
Lillian Fuerst's demeaner belies her age.
She is friendly, energetic and outgoing.
Spiking into the end of the season
It’s hard to believe that the volleyball season has come and gone again, but it has. This season, the Lady Nighthawks won five matches.