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COMING EVENTS

PARKSTON
Food Bank Distribution: First and third Tuesday of every month, 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.; NEW LOCATION: 106 East Main Street, back room of Meraki Boutique. Use the entrance in the alley.
Feeding South Dakota: Third Thursday of every month, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.; Salem Lutheran Church parking lot.

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Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting will meet Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Ethan Methodist Church basement. For more information, call 605-770-5410.

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.

Midwestern blood donors are the heart and veins of America
You can take the blood donor out of the Midwest, but you can’t take the Midwest out of the blood donor.
The next blood drive is in Parkston Thursday, June 13, from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Avera St. Benedict Wellness Education Center, 401 West Glynn Drive, Parkston.



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Finally, opening night

For the first time in three weeks, the weather cooperated to allow the summer series AmphiThursdays to be held at the East Park.

Key takeaways from South Dakota primary: Low turnout, high Republican drama
Fewer than two out of 10 South Dakota voters went to the polls Tuesday in a primary election dominated by fallout from a legislative debate over landowner rights, which caused Republican turnover and set the tone for power clashes in Pierre.

District 19 voters beat statewide percentage
While there was only one state race on the republican side of the ballot in District 19, the voter turnout was better than the statewide average.

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Shiny

Car shows and summer were meant for each other.

Parkston first responders assist on two calls
The Parkston first responders were called out twice last week to assist in two emergency calls.

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Farmers Union day camp held in Tripp

Farmers Union hosted a day camp June 3 in Tripp.

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Vallery appointed to the Transportation Commission

Former Parkston resident Rick Vallery has been appointed to serve on the Transportation Commission.

Motorists are reminded to share the road safely with bikers
With warmer weather, more motorcyclists are on the roadways. In the last 10 years, registered motorcycles have increased 14%, according to the National Safety Council (NSC).

Healthy you
You can have good health at any age

From newborn babies to older adults, we all want to be as healthy as possible and live full and productive lives.

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Hot cars

Car shows and summer were meant for each other.

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Key takeaways from South Dakota primary: Low turnout, high Republican drama

Fewer than two out of 10 South Dakota voters went to the polls Tuesday in a primary election dominated by fallout from a legislative debate over landowner rights, which caused Republican turnover and set the tone for power clashes in Pierre.

District 19 voters beat statewide percentage
While there was only one state race on the republican side of the ballot in District 19, the voter turnout was better than the statewide average.

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Opening

For the first time in three weeks, the weather cooperated to allow the summer series AmphiThursdays to be held at the East Park in Parkston.

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