Local man to receive Honor Flight
Donald Schulz, a Korean War Veteran from Parkston, has been selected
to receive an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. in September.
He is excited at the opportunity to visit the Capitol and to
see the memorials for the first time.
Generous donation to help with schools
An anonymous donor will help pay a big portion of the upcoming
track, football stadium and locker rooms building projects at
the Parkston school.
Parkston to send eight to State B
Lead by Brady Schoenfelders 195 pound championship, the
Parkston Trojans will send eight wrestlers to the State B State
Tournament this Friday and Saturday in Sioux Falls.
Parkston Trojan Brady Albrecht gets off a tough shot during the
February 16 game against Mt. Vernon/Plankinton in Parkston. The
Trojans lost 58-48.
Wolf country even today?
Was a gray wolf roaming the lakes country of Marshall County
Augustana announces fall Deans List
Augustana University, Sioux Falls, has announced the students
named to the Deans List for the fall semester of the 2017
to 2018 academic year.
Mickelson bust approved for House lobby
With the unanimous approval of both houses of the South Dakota
Legislature, a bust of Gov. George Mickelson will be placed in
the lobby of the House of Representatives.
Film commission left on cutting room floor
While they liked the idea of attracting more movie makers to
South Dakota, members of the House State Affairs Committee killed
a bill that would have created a film commission in the Governors
Office of Economic Development.
Bill to keep illegal aliens out of college
fails in committee
A bill to prevent aliens who are in the country illegally from
attending South Dakota universities and technical schools failed
Taking care of our heroes
Its that time of the year when we are rushing off to the
card shop, candy store and flower shops to find the perfect Valentines
Day gift for our loved ones.
Kramer, Swenson, Sampson resign at
school board meeting
The Tripp-Delmont Board of Education accepted three resignations
at their regular meeting, February 12.
Nighthawk boys flying through season
The Nighthawk men have been improving as the seasons have gone
by, and this present one seems to be the best yet.
On February 5, at Tripp-Delmont High School, the annual junior/senior
high science fair was held, put together by science teachers
Kathrine Heffernan and Gina Schnabel.
Corsica/Stickney gets best of TDA, 65-49
The Tripp-Delmont/Armour Nighthawks fell to Corsica/Stickney,
65-49, Febarury 13, in Armour.