Foley looks at retirement after 55 years
Fifty-five years, then one day of retirement, then back to work. As for retirement, "Maybe, by the end of the year," she said with a laugh.
Starting to look like Christmas
It's starting to look like Christmas, at least by the decorations replacing Thanksgiving displays.
Improving indoor ventilation can reduce spread of COVID-19
Businesses can learn how to be proactive in reducing the spread of COVID-19 by improving indoor ventilation and mitigation strategies through South Dakota State University’s Economic Development Administration Center.
Kaylor 4-H Club welcomes new members, plans holiday meeting
The Kaylor 4-H Club met November 1 at the Tripp Fire Hall with the Schnabel and Luikens families as hosts.
Young Riders 4-H Club hears two talks
The Hutchinson County Young Riders 4-H group held their first meeting of the 2020 to 2021 year in Parkston, November 1, with 20 members present.
Sixth ever discovered T. rex fossil getting facelift at SDSM&T
Some 65 million years ago, he stalked what is now northwestern South Dakota, no doubt earning his nickname the Tyrant King.
Shop locally this holiday season
This year, we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the first Small Business Saturday, the annual event encouraging customers to shop at local businesses during the holiday season.
Shop safe, locally
Thanksgiving marked the official start of the holiday season--although I think we all put our Christmas trees up a little earlier this year.
Tripp-Delmont student Gracey Schatz reads her winning Voice of Democracy essay on “Is this country what the founding fathers envisioned?”
Honoring those who answered the call
While some things were different at Veterans Day programs, and attendance was down due to Covid-19, what didn’t change was the community’s appreciation for those who served.
Tripp blood drive results
The LifeServe Blood Center blood drive, sponsored by Tripp Community, November 17, had a fantastic turn-out with 14 donors registered and 17 life-saving units of blood donated.
Activities board settles on football classifications
After creating a subcommittee to offer plans that decrease football from seven classifications to five or six, the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors approved the first reading of a plan that keeps a seven-classification system.