'It was a chaotic mess'
More than 50 years after returning from Vietnam, Jerry Triebwasser said he still doesn’t know why he was there.
Local nonprofit to bring The Oath to veteran appreciation event
The Vietnam memorial wall replica will be unveiled in Parkston Wednesday, but Thursday is slated to have its own special reveal, too.
Harris returns with military art
The Wall isn’t the only thing that will be rolling into Parkston this week.
Veteran helping veterans
When Glenn Hartman signed up for the draft, he didn’t realize quite the life-changing move he was making.
Weber named President, CEO of Avera St. Benedict Health Center
Avera has announced Lindsay Weber will be the next president and CEO of the Avera St. Benedict Health Center.
Parkston rallies to defeat Menno/Scotland
Parkston Legion Post 194 took the lead late and defeated Menno/Scotland 9-5, June 24.
NSU releases Dean't List
Northern State University in Aberdeen has released the Dean’s List for the spring 2022 semester.
Visitor injured by bison in Custer State Park
A recent incident between a park visitor and a bison reminds us all to use caution in Custer State Park.
Choose behaviors that reduce cancer risk
Cancer is a broad term which encompasses many different diseases, and each type of cancer has different patterns and tendencies.
All-School Reunion this weekend
The Tripp/Tripp-Delmont All School Reunion returns with a busy schedule of events Friday, July 1, to Sunday, July 3.
Mehlhaff, Jensen elected to school board
Voters returned to the polls, June 21, to choose two candidates for the Tripp-Delmont School Board. Winning seats were incumbant Jane Mehlhaff and new comer Christian Jensen. Both positions are for three year terms.
TDA Trap team 19th at State Tournament
The Tripp-Delmont/Armour school trap shooting team of six members competed in the State Trap Tournament in Aberdeen, June 11, and placed 19th.
High gas prices not expected to slow down South Dakota tourism industry in 2022
Even though fuel prices have hit an all-time high, state officials and business operators in the South Dakota tourism industry remain optimistic that the summer of 2022 will be another record-setting season for visitors and revenues.