School seeks input on possible football stadium, track upgrades
Before any remodeling is done to the football stadium, track
and locker rooms. the Parkston School Board wants to hear from
Parkston Fireman of the Year
Earlier this spring, the Parkston Volunteer Fire Department recognized
its members for their service to the department and community.
Firefighter Brandon Weber was recognized as the Volunteer Fireman
of the year for 2016.
Plants with a purpose
When Linda Black Elks family members felt sick, her grandma
would go outdoors and collect plants to make medicine.
The Good Folks of Lennox Valley
Cooper and Long wage a war of words
A week had passed since Bascomb Finch made his ill-fated appearance
on Raymond Coopers radio show, but the story of his drunken
display was still the talk of the town, thanks to Raymond
Cooper and Iris Long.
Gukeisen family reunion held August 27
The annual Gukeisen Reunion was held August 27, in Parkston at
the Sacred Heart Catholic Church parish hall.
LWML to hold annual fall rally
The annual fall Lutheran Womens Missionary League Fall
Rally will be held Sunday, October 1, at Zion Lutheran Church,
Parkston High School 2017 Royalty: (Left to right) Homecoming
Court-Jenna Bialas, Paige Semm-ler, Jayden Bormann, Brady Albrecht,
Brayden Leischner and Brady Schoenfelder; (center) Homecoming
Queen Samantha Kinneberg and Homecoming King Dawson Semmler.
Parkston goes 4-2, Murtha reaches 1,000 assists
The Parkston Trojans had a busy week with two games and the Cavalier
Clash and saw one player reach a milestone.
Reaping our harvest
For centuries, the arrival of autumn has been celebrated at the
end of the growing season, commemorating all the hard work. It
is an opportunity to look back and see what has been accomplished
and what lies ahead for us.
According to the FBI, the rate of violent crime in South Dakota
nearly doubled between 2005 and 2015.
Class of 1967 meets for 50th class
Members of the Tripp High School Class of 1967 met for their
50th class reunion, September 9, at the Dugout in Tripp.
Nighthawks thunder into a new season
This year, the Nighthawk football program has added Andes Central-Dakota
Christian to the roster. AC-DC brought nine players to play with
the 16 TDA players.
TDA volleyball gets the ball rolling
Its the first month of this school year and for many girls
within the Tripp-Delmont school, it is an exciting time--volleyball
season. The volleyball team started practice August 10 and are
pumped to get going with more games.
State fair tax collections increase in
Tax collections at the 2017 South Dakota State Fair exceeded
$191,000 according to figures released by the South Dakota Department