Santa and Mrs. Claus visit children in Parkston
A beautiful Saturday brought out a lot of children who wanted
to let Santa know that they had been good, and good they were.
State budget a lean one
Despite the need to fill a shortfall in the current budget and
the projection for another lean budget in FY 2019, South Dakotas
finances arent in bad shape.
Livestock producers urged to participate
in a net wrap needs assessment
When it comes to binding forages, livestock producers have two
choices; net wrap or twine.
Kaylor 4-H club picks Veterans as Pen Pals
The Kaylor 4-H Club met November 5 at the Tripp Fire Hall, with
host families Herrboldt and Maruska.
South Dakota 4-Hers donate 19,474 pieces
of clothing to those in need
South Dakota 4-Hers donated more than 19,000 pieces of clothing
to neighbors in need as part of the Head-to-Toe statewide service
project launched in 2016.
Eat healthy even on the go with batch cooking
With a little planning and some batch cooking, South Dakotans
can have some healthful meals on hand for time crunches and drop
Local woman graduates from Minnesota State
Minnesota State University, Mankato, awarded 1,817 degrees at
the end of the fall semester, with commencement ceremonies December
9 Taylor Centers Bresnan Arena on the campus.
Hutchinson County farmers named winners in 2017 South Dakota
Soybean Yield Contest
Soybean growers from across South Dakota were recognized for
winning yields during the 2017 South Dakota Soybean Yield Contest
awards ceremony, December 6, during the annual Soybean Recognition
Banquet in Sioux Falls.
Grandparent scam continues to target South Dakota seniors
I am warning South Dakota seniors that the grandparent scam has
resurfaced, targeting all parts of the state.
Christmas past, present and future
As the holiday season approaches, let us not forget we have thousands
of United States service members that are still in harms
way and deployed away from friends and family.
Remember: Use your seat belt, do not drink
The holiday season is right around the corner. If you happen
to be one of the thousands of people traveling to visit family
and friends this busy holiday season, law enforcement is reminding
drivers to click-it when you get behind the wheel and dont
drink and drive.
Crowd gathers to celebrate Hometown
Fall-like temperatures greeted the crowds during the first Tripp
Hometown Christmas event last Sunday.
Whats poppin? Tripp-Delmont December edition
Its December here at Tripp-Delmont, and that means two
things: Christmas and concerts.
Here comes some trouble
Theres just something about the flashing lights behind
you when youre driving that always gives you a bad feeling.