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Parkston, SD 57366
Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Please use the north entrance. For more information, call 605-505-0310.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Ethan Methodist Church basement. For more information, call 605-770-5410.
Tuesday, May 24
The Hutchinson County Commissioners will meet in the Courthouse in Olivet at 9 a.m.
Salem Lutheran to
"Explore Our Heritage"
As part of the history of the Parkston area, Salem Lutheran Church will host a road trip to four area cemeteries Sunday, May 22.
Four rural churches disbanded and as a whole or in part became part of Salem Lutheran. The four cemeteries remain, and Salem Lutheran is responsible for their care.
The cemeteries are Wittenberg, Kulm, Rosenfeld and Eigenfeld.
All who are interested in this history or may have family members buried there are invited to join this tour. A car-a-van will leave Salem Lutheran Church at 10:15 a.m. Each cemetery will be visited--a brief history will be given followed by a memorial prayer and time to explore.
At the last stop, a picnic lunch will be held. Participants are to bring a sack lunch and a lawn chair and join this exploration of the Parkston area history.
Your future is only as good as the work you put into it
Thirty-two members of the Parkston High School Class of 2022 ended the high school careers at the Commencement Ceremony held last Saturday afternoon.
Spring storms continue
The weather turned ominous last Thursday night when a severe thunderstorm went through the area.
Redfield hands Parkston just second loss on the year
The Parkston Trojans watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 2-0 loss to Redfield, May 8.
Plan to move cheer and dance, cross-country to Sioux Falls, Rapid City changed
A plan to rotate the state cheer and dance and cross-country meets between Sioux Falls and Rapid City was nixed by the board of directors of the South Dakota High School Activities Association.
4-H club starts preparations for County Fair
The Kaylor 4-H Club met April 3 at the Tripp Fire Hall, with the Bueber and Challand families as hosts.
SDDOT celebrates 26 years of providing 511 service to travelers
The South Dakota Department of Transportation celebrated 511 Day, May 11, as they marked more than a quarter of a century of service to South Dakota citizens and travelers.
D-DOH announces available grants for mosquito control programs
The South Dakota Department of Health has announced cities, counties and tribes can apply, or reapply, to obtain state grant funding to help control mosquito populations and prevent the spread of West Nile virus. $500,000 is available for this grant program.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, was first listed as a medical diagnosis in 1980.
108 mph winds flatten buildings
Another strong spring storm passed through the area, this time hitting the Tripp area.
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