Winter sports underway
Now that the Parkston Trojans girls and boys baskeball teams and wrestling team have started play, the winter sports now are all in action.
Daugaard’s last budget offers increases in education, state pay
With an estimated $53 million increase in revenue for fiscal year 2020, Governor Dennis Daugaard proposed a series of spending increases for education, state salary policy and medical providers during his budget address.
Loan funds help Parkston Rural Fire Protection District finance new fire hall
Southeastern Electric Cooperative received funding from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Economic Development Loan and Grant Program to provide a zero percent interest loan of $300,000 to the Parkston Rural Fire Protection District.
Avera St. Benedict honors employees celebrating 245 years of service to patients and residents.
Gymnasts win Wagner Invitational
The Parkston-Ethan-Hanson gymnastics team continued their strong showings with a first place in the Wagner Invitational, December 8.
Parkston, Tripp-Delmont/Armour basketball teams start season
The Parkston Trojans and Tripp-Delmont/Armour Nighthawks all started the new season with mixed results.
USDA payments aid farmers hurt by trade war with China
South Dakota farmers recently received $19.4 million in payments from the federal government to offset losses due to an ongoing international trade war that has devastated two major agricultural industries in the state--soybeans and hogs.
Area farmers recognized in the 2018 South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest
Soybean farmers from Minnehaha, Hutchinson and Moody Counties are the winners of the 2018 South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest.
SDSU Extension encourages families to discuss aging
As you think about yourself as an older person, what do you see?
The government tries yet again to regulate tobacco products
The Food and Drug Administration just announced it would once again try to regulate tobacco products.
NRCS South Dakota announces EQIP program signup deadline December 21
United States Department of Agriculture officials announce December 21 as the batching date for applications for the popular Environmental Quality Incentives Program administered by the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Carefully sharing time with those we love
There's certainly magic in the air as December unfolds. Yet, also in the air are those unseen viruses that can cause influenza and other seasonal illnesses.
Scenes from Hometown Christmas
The second annual Tripp Hometown Christmas drew large crowds for all the events this past weekend.
Science is her specialty
At Tripp-Delmont, there are a lot of new staff that are joining the students learning experience and journey.
Fall sports come to an end
As the nice, warm weather came to an end, so did the fall sports at Tripp-Delmont.