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Pheasant count jumps 42 percent from last year
Man involved in Kimball incident released on bond
Technical institutes receive $4M In Future Funds for new and upgraded equipment
Lake Andes man charged with assault after bar fight
18-year-old arrested after car chase earlier this month
AgweekTV: Sudsing up with soy
SDFU celebrates 100 years at 2015 State Fair
Small grains harvest in South Dakota in latter stages
Sudsing up with soy
South Dakota cattle on feed up 20 percent
A new era for ESD football
Chamberlain fishing tournament to benefit toddler with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Escobar homers twice, Twins win season-high 6th straight
Thursday's sports schedule
Cheeseman's shoes are laced up again
Bring your 'Blue Bandana' to town
Stevicks birth announcement
Ruml birth announcement
Former local couple celebrate 40th
At the Movies
Ella Mae Bietz
Larry L. Schock
Gerald B. Kaufmann
Harold J. Kreager
OPINION: If you benefit from farmers, help them out
OPINION: Human trafficking laws provide hope, but let's not stop
OPINION: Streaming and archiving legislative sessions a plus for all involved
OPINION: Trump's birthright citizenship plan opens up debate
OPINION: People need cable TV to watch most debates. Is that a modern-day poll tax?
OPINION: The curse of the banana strikes again
Fishing license sales set another record in North Dakota
Officials: Salmon caught on Lake Oahe is South Dakota record
North Dakota waterfowl, fall wild turkey hunting seasons set
OPINION: Deer hunting in South Dakota is always a good time
November 13, 2012
Athlete of the week: Big touchdowns, tipped pass from Old Lodge lift warriors to 11B championship
WINNER -- No one player can be credited as the reason a team wins a football game. It's known as the ultimate team sport. But if one player was to be credited with a large amount of success recently, it would have to be Winner's Isiah Old Lodge.
November 13, 2012 - 12:42am
September 19, 2012
THUNE: Corps' water fee proposal an unprecedented power grab
The record flooding of last year is something that is still fresh in the minds of many South Dakotans. The snowpack and runoff led to high...
September 19, 2012 - 3:49am
July 4, 2011
Spooked horses cause some minor injuries at parade
ARMOUR -- A team of horses slightly injured four people Sunday at a parade to celebrate the Fourth of July and Armour's 125th anniversary. Douglas County Chief Deputy Rod Hotchkiss said a mother, two small children and their grandmother were injured when the team of horses was spooked...
July 4, 2011 - 5:22pm
December 1, 2010
Festival of Lights set for Thursday
The annual Festival of Lights is set for Thursday at the Abbott House, 909 Court Merrill. The light show begins at 5:30 p.m. There will...
News / local
December 1, 2010 - 4:57pm
November 13, 2010
Rural birthing options decrease
GREGORY -- Heather Parkis has had the luxury of having the same family practioner deliver three of her children in Gregory. If it was up to...
November 13, 2010 - 12:20am
October 12, 2010
Corps continues evacuation of flood waters, prepares for annual operating plan meetings
OMAHA, Neb. - Greater than normal runoff from rainfall is expected to continue throughout the Missouri River basin during the month of October as the Corps works to evacuate stored flood waters throughout the main stem system in order to prepare for next year's runoff season. Increased...
News / outdoors / fishing
October 12, 2010 - 11:10am
September 30, 2010
Area Notebook: Ruml achieves gold level certification
Longtime Howard wrestling coach Ken Ruml achieved gold level certification within the National Coaches Education Program when he went to Colorado Springs, Colo., in August. It's the highest level of certification and he's now one of five gold-level coaches in the country. Ruml,...
September 30, 2010 - 12:00am