Trojans improve from 2018 seventh place finish
The Parkston Trojans boys golf team returned from the 2019 State A Tournament with the fourth place plaque after finishing in seventh place last year. (PHOTO COURTEST SOUTH DAKOTA PUBLIC BROADCASTING | sdpb.org
Second century of pheasant hunting begins Saturday
What is South Dakota known for?
Pheasants and Mount Rushmore of course. Without a doubt, South Dakota is the pheasant hunting capitol of the world. Pheasants and pheasant hunting are solidly engrained in South Dakota culture for good reason.
Hole in one
Parkston Trojan golfer Quinn Bormann hit a hole in one at The Bluffs golf course in Vermillion during a practice round before the State A Tournament.
Parkston Trojan Maggie Baumgart (10) watches as Izzy Hohn (4) sets up the ball during the October 8 win over Platte/Geddes, 26-14, 16-25, 25-19 and 25-17.
CDA schedules events for October
The Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Sacred Heart #280 held its regular meeting October 3.
Kaylor 4-H Club continues to put '4-H Rocks' around county
The Kaylor 4-H Club met September 8 at the Tripp Fire Hall, with the Rempfer and the Gary Schnabel families as hosts.
Moisture is critical when harvesting silage during a wet year
With many flooded and saturated fields in South Dakota this fall, harvesting silage before corn dries past desired moisture levels or frost occurs may be a challenge for some producers.
Farmers got 'exactly what they didn't want'
Farmers in the Northwest got a bit of break as there has been no early frost to impact their crops.
United States corn belt farmers hoped for an endless summer
The uncertainty of the 2019 corn and soybean season--caused by rain and flooding early--is reflected in the latest figures released in the United States Department of Agriculture's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.
A tradition unlike any other
There's nothing quite like autumn--cooler temperatures, the sound of crisp leaves under your feet (or snow as may be the case), and students settled back in school.
New business puts down roots in Tripp
The new business located in the former Bakke Dental office at 310 South Main doesn't do any tooth extractions, although the owners jokingly say they can sure try.
Horn finds BankWest Cash Cube, donates to fire department
In honor of the 130th anniversary of BankWest, employees hid BankWest Cash Cubes in communities across the state.
Dig Pink night Thursday
The Tripp-Delmont/Armour volleyball team is holding their annual "Dig Pink" nights at the Tripp gym Thursday October 17.
AccuWeather special report: 2019 winter forecast
The wait is over. AccuWeather's annual winter forecast for the lower 48 is out.