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With the arrival of warmer weather and dryer conditions, area residents are beautifying their properties, cleaning up their yards, sheds and garages in readiness for gardening and other spring… Read more⏵

In response to lowered demand, the Ringneck Energy ethanol plant has lowered its output compared to its production levels of this past winter. Read more⏵

Like many distilleries, Badlands Distillery of Kadoka switched gears from making bourbon to producing hand sanitizer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic shortage. Soon, demand for the sanitiz… Read more⏵

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SBHS alum Caleb Shepherd has been a member of the Onida Fire Department since 2015 and had served as the department’s secretary for two years when he was elected Chief last December. “I’d alre… Read more⏵

WHEREAS  the Onida City Council has the authority pursuant to SDCL 9-29-1 to pass ordinances and resolutions for the purpose of promoting the health and safety of the citizens of Onida, and Read more⏵

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The Onida Chamber of Commerce will welcome HairapheNailia, the salon recently opened by Diane Lorenz in the converted storage unit building south of the Phoenix Center, with a ribbon cutting a… Read more⏵

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Jennifer Kalmback came to the area by way of Phoenix, AZ and Las Vegas, NV and settled in Blunt. “I’ve been living in Blunt five years,” said Jennifer. She began working at The Corner convenie… Read more⏵

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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⏵