Parkston V.F.W. Post 3298 elects first woman commander
A strong but humble woman, she didn't see herself as a trailblazer for her gender, but rather as a veteran hoping to serve her fellow veterans and community.
First football game moved
The first two home football games will be moved to August 17, at Tyndall, 7 p.m. and August 31, Kimball/White Lake, at Joe Quintal Field, Mitchell, 7 p.m.
Summer 2018 is an active year for carpenter ants
Throughout summer 2018, South Dakota State University Extension staff have received numerous reports of carpenter ant activity.
My favorite time of year
I know one South Dakotan who lives all year in anticipation of the Turner County Fair. Others yearn for the first Forestburg melon stand to open, or for the leaves in Spearfish Canyon to turn color, or the state capitol to be decked out in its Christmas glory.
MTI announces spring 2018 President's List
A total of 348 students at Mitchell Technical Institute have been placed on the spring semester 2018 President’s List.
Weisser reunion held July 28
The Gottlieb and Rosina Hauck Weisser reunion was held July 28 at The Dugout in Tripp.
Remember who we are
As I see the new field almost completed, I am reminded again that we are the Parkston Trojans.
Efforts to boost school safety through texting program
United States Attorney Ronald A. Parsons, Jr., Associated School Boards of South Dakota, School Administrators of South Dakota, South Dakota Sheriff’s Association, South Dakota Police Chiefs’ Association, the South Dakota Department of Public Safety and myself announce the rollout of the new component of Project Stand Up-Safe Schools.
Students return for new year at Tripp-Delmont
Classes began Wednesday, August 15, for Tripp-Delmont School.
Guidelines for 2018 to 19 free or reduced school meal programs
Child and Adult Nutrition Services in the South Dakota Department of Education has announced the policy for free milk or free and reduced price meals.