Avera prepared for all situations
The United States is facing one of the biggest crisis in its history.
Springtime on the farm
Spring is here, bringing warm days that encourage people to spend time outdoors.
Santel names local students to receive scholarship
Santel Communications Cooperative is a community-based, member-owned organization that believes investment in students will yield long term benefits for their communities.
DWU announces spring Dean's List
Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, released its spring 2020 Dean's List which several local students among the 329 listed students.
Donald H. Quimby Memorial Scholarship awarded
A Parkston student was awarded the Donald H. Quimby Memorial Scholarship.
Road to Success Scholarship recipients announced
Grinnell Mutual, in partnership with its independent agency force, is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Road to Success scholarships.
Three local students among BHSU graduates
More than 300 graduates were recognized during the 179th Black Hills State University Commencement Ceremony, which was held virtually, May 8, due to the COVID-10 pandemic.
Summer 2020 climate, drought outlook
With alternating cool and warm weather patterns throughout the last few months, and the summer season ahead, temperature continues to be a challenge for climate forecasters in South Dakota.
Census Bureau to resume some field operations in South Dakota
The United States Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, will begin a phased restart of some 2020 Census field operations in South Dakota next week.
The loneliness of COVID
If you don't have the heebie-jeebies by now, you soon will if you don't take precautions during this new era of self-isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tripp-Delmont Class of 2020--Faith Yellow Hawk, Montana Stirling, Kaiti Kannegieter, Dalton Fischer and Gabriella Hale--held graduation exercises, May 16.
'You don't know if you are coming back'
He was a young man, wounded in body and spirit, who had seen too much.
And Jerry Triebwasser's four, yes four, Purple Hearts tell the story.