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The sign on the front of the Phoenix Center was cracking with age, having been in place for over 23 years. A new one was made by FoxPrint in Tea, SD, owned by Sully Buttes graduate Troy Fox. T… Read more⏵

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Most evenings, Sola Jost can be found manning the stove at the Bunkhouse in Agar, cooking for the crowds that come from around the surrounding area for a taste of the home-cooked-meal fare. Read more⏵

During their regular July 8 meeting, the Agar-Blunt-Onida School Board organized for the year, electing Bob Graff President and Jeff Todd Vice President. Committee assignments were also made. … Read more⏵

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Sully Buttes sophomore Mallory Wiley recently returned from the National FCCLA Conference in Anaheim, CA, where she presented her STAR Event in the category (Junior) Nutrition and Wellness, ea… Read more⏵

In conjunction with a visit and tour of the Ringneck Energy ethanol plant by Governor Kristi Noem and Lt. Governor Larry Rhoden, the Onida Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at… Read more⏵

A group of history enthusiasts is planning to tour cemeteries in Sully and Hughes counties in June and July, starting with the Okobojo and Blair cemeteries this Thursday, June 13. The group pl… Read more⏵

In 1999, through the combined efforts of Onida’s Sully Post 79 American Legion and Agar’s American Legion Post No. 271, a monument was erected on the courthouse lawn to commemorate the militar… Read more⏵

The South Dakota Farmers Union’s is hosting “Cooperation: A Journey Toward a New Tomorrow” day camp this Thursday, May 23 from 8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in the Onida City Park. The camp is for kids… Read more⏵

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Noise coming from the Ringneck Energy ethanol plant caused consternation throughout the community Sunday, with reports popping up on Facebook of people being unable to carry on a normal conver… Read more⏵

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As if Fridays at Sully Buttes aren’t chaotic enough, it was in the midst of hosting a TV film crew and the possibility of school being called early due to inclement weather that Becky Lamb lea… Read more⏵

In the race to fill the Ward I vacancy on the Onida City Council, election workers have released the unofficial results. Challenger Caleb Shepherd received 36 votes, and incumbent Jen Soderholm 13. Read more⏵

Hughes/Stanley Emergency Manager Rob Fines says daytime highs may climb into the 60’s midweek, which will likely bring high runoffs to many areas of Hughes and Stanley counties, particularly i… Read more⏵

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City and county snow removal crews have had to work overtime to keep up with all of the snowfall this winter. The city crew worked Saturday evening pushing snow to the sides of the streets, or… Read more⏵

Last fall, Onida fifth graders Isabelle Kallhoff and Wesley Wittler were selected for the 2019 Elementary Festival Honor Choir. Read more⏵