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It was in 1989 that Sully County native Randy Tennant was asked to join the Weed and Pest board. “Somebody asked me to serve,” said Randy “I don’t even remember how or who asked me if I wanted… Read more⏵

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It was during finals week that Sully Buttes alum and South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSMT) student Kole Pickner learned that he had been selected for an internship with the Natio… Read more⏵

As reported in a Facebook post by Sully County Sheriff Bill Stahl last Friday, the Ash Avenue/185th Street railroad crossing, always very rough, had become dangerously so, with one of the rail… Read more⏵

At the FFA State Leadership Development Events in Pierre on December 8, the members of the Sully Buttes FFA Ag Sales team, Jack Darling, Rafe Wientjes (holding plaque), Landon Severson, and Bl… Read more⏵

Lydia Hill earned a Superior rating for her Poetry solo at the State Oral Interp competition in Yankton last Friday-Saturday. Lydia along with Taryn Kenzy fell just short of earning a Superior… Read more⏵

In spite of the foul weather the area received over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the show went on. The 70th Anniversary Christmas Cantata – Memories of a Merry Christmas – was performed b… Read more⏵

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For their annual fundraising raffle, the Homestead Quilt Guild this year pieced a ‘sampler’ quilt “so we could learn different techniques,” said Sharon Nuttall. Read more⏵

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After his 2013 graduation from TF Riggs High School, Lane Lettau enrolled at Augustana University where he earned a degree in biology. “Originally, I wanted to be in the healthcare field, but … Read more⏵

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⏵