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COMING EVENTS

PARKSTON
Weekly
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the Avera St. Benedict Health Center Meeting Room. For more information, call 928-3182.

Thursday, August 13
The Hutchinson County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3298 will hold its next meeting at 7 p.m. at Parkston City Hall Building. For more information, or if you want to be added to email list, call the Post Commander at 630-0771.

TRIPP
Monday, August 17
The Tripp-Delmont School Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Tripp Attendance Center.

AREA
Weekly
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Ethan Methodist Church basement. For more information, contact Jean at 928-7266 or Donna at 605-770-5410.

Tuesday, August 18
The Hutchinson County Commissioners will meet in the Courthouse in Olivet at 9 a.m.


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Construction season

Construction season continues in Parkston with street work progressing.

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Parkston welcomes new physician

Dr. Paul Berndt may have officially started at the end of July, but it wasn't his first encounter with Avera St. Benedict Health Care Center.

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Dairy Promotion Community Service Projects by Kaylor 4-H club completed in area

As a Dairy Promotion Community Service Project, the Kaylor 4-H Club has had two activities this summer to help promote dairy in our area and to provide service to individuals.

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Traffic safety a necessity at 80th Sturgis Rally

As the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally began this past weekend, the message of the South Dakota Department of Public Safety remains the same as in past years: Stay safe.

Local angus breeder recognized for sustained efforts to improve cow productivity
Mogck and Sons, Olivet, recently re-enrolled in the American Angus Association whole-herd reporting system MaternalPlus as a commitment to making genetic improvements in lifetime cow herd productivity.

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Women's rights and Susan B. Anthony

A woman's place was in the home. Susan Brownell Anthony helped make it possible for a woman's place to be in the home, office, statehouses, military, outer space and other places she might want to be.

DPS sobriety checkpoints in August
Sixteen sobriety checkpoints in 12 different counties are planned for August by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety.

New rules for high school sports emphasize safety
The board of directors of the South Dakota High School Activities Association approved a variety of rules for fall sports that deal with safety measures schools should take during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus requires changes in high school activities
No handshakes. No high fives. No awards ceremonies. In the age of coronavirus, those are just some of the recommendations for fall high school activities approved by the South Dakota High School Activities Association’s board of directors.

AccuWeather 2020 fall forecast announced
Autumn is known for its shorter days, colorful leafy landscapes and cool, crisp nights, but Americans looking forward to these fall staples may need to wait a little longer this year as summer lingers across much of the United States.

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Theatre groups suffering financially during pandemic

South Dakota's mostly nonprofit theatre industry has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced the cancellations of stage plays, events and concerts across the state, resulting in millions of dollars worth of lost revenue, staff layoffs and on-going budget cuts.

Pet owners should be aware of blue-green algae
As the "dog days" of summer roll on, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks officials would like to warn pet owners of blue-green algae blooms that are appearing in ponds and lakes across the state.

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School set to begin August 19

After months of having no students in the building, the Tripp-Delmont School District will begin in-person teaching, Wednesday, August 19.

New rules for high school sports emphasize safety
The board of directors of the South Dakota High School Activities Association approved a variety of rules for fall sports that deal with safety measures schools should take during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus requires changes in high school activities
No handshakes. No high fives. No awards ceremonies. In the age of coronavirus, those are just some of the recommendations for fall high school activities approved by the South Dakota High School Activities Association’s board of directors.






 
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