Business expansion in Parkston
Mid-Continental Restoration, Inc., Ft. Scott, Kansas, working
with the Parkston Area Development Corporation, completed plans
to expand and begin renovations in the Parkston Industrial Park.
Tripp woman honored for 40 years of daycare
A host of family and friends gathered at the Tripp American Legion
Hall Sunday afternoon to celebrate Hattie Mageras long
career of caring for children in her home
The first vote for woman suffrage in South Dakota
Under God the People Rule Motto of South Dakota.
Are women people?
This was the question asked in a column under the heading Womans
Realm that appeared in the December 6, 1889, Wessington
Country Wranglers meet
The Country Wranglers 4-H Club held their first meeting of the
new 4-H year October 22 at Faith Lutheran Church, Parkston.
McGovern Hunger Ambassador Award given to Lehmann during annual
hunger summit at DWU
The South Dakota Hunger Summit awarded the Rev. Erika Lehmann
with this years McGovern Hunger Ambassador Award during
the annual conference at Dakota Wesleyan University November
Schools notice hotel price gouging at state
The board of directors of the South Dakota High School Activities
Association heard about exorbitant rates for hotel rooms in communities
holding state tournaments.
List of ballot questions submitted to Secretary
of State by filing deadline
Secretary of State Shantel Krebs has received petitions for seven
ballot questions, bringing the total submitted for review to
eight. The deadline to turn petitions into the Secretary of States
office was 5 p.m. November 6.
For many South Dakota families, every day is Veterans Day
For South Dakota families that have a loved one who is either
currently serving in the military, has already hung up his or
her uniform or whose beloved sevicemember is no longer with us,
every day is Veterans Day.
Soldier who stands alone
Sixty-nine years ago, a young man named Philip left his home
in South Dakota to serve his country.
High number of motor vehicle fatalities
prompts DPS safety message
After 29 vehicle fatalities in the last two months, South Dakota
Department of Public Safety officials are again stressing the
need for driver and passenger safety.
A Veterans Day salute
A celebration honoring and remembering those who keep our country
safe was held November 10 in the Tripp-Delmont school gymnasium.
New hope for better quality of life for
Avera St. Benedict Health Center is introducing a new program
that offers hope to patients with Parkinsons Disease for
better quality of life.
Tripp-Delmont blood drive results
The LifeServe Blood Center blood drive sponsored by Tripp-Delmont
High School November 9 had a great turn-out with 18 donors registered
and 19 life-saving units of blood donated.
Planning starts for Washington, D.C. trip
Fifteen students from seventh to 12th grade at Tripp-Delmont
school will get the privilege to go on a trip to Washington,
D.C., and Mt. Vernon, Virginia, July 8 to July 11, 2019.
Whats Poppin Tripp-Delmont?
There has been a lot going on at Tripp-Delmont school.
The simple life
The Tripp-Delmont juniors in English class recently have been
learning about transcendentalism..