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At a pace of six square inches at a time, the artwork in the dome of the Sully County Courthouse is emerging from more than a century of grime. Read more⏵

In service to their planning agreement with the city, the Central South Dakota Enhancement District created two possible ward maps for the Onida City Council to consider approving during their… Read more⏵

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Vona Johnson spent her early childhood in Blunt before moving to Pierre at the end of third grade. Author of A Different View: Start Living the Life Your Soul Longs For, Vona will be conductin… Read more⏵

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After a day of interviews and practice before taking the stage in their pageant finery Mallory Wiley was named 2022 Snow Queen and Adrian Gruis was named 2022 Junior Snow Queen during the annu… Read more⏵

The Pierre Rural Fire Department, Hoven Fire Department, Gettysburg Fire Department, and Onida Fire Department joined the Agar Fire Department in razing the south elevator in Agar last Sunday,… Read more⏵

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First year educator Jesse Roshau grew up in Mobridge, and says that she first enrolled at South Dakota State University where she studied human biology intending to become a pediatric physiatr… Read more⏵

Watertown native Doreen LaFramboise has called Onida home for the past 21 years. Looking to remain active in her retirement, Doreen has joined the crew at the Onida Watchman, working in ad sales. Read more⏵

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This school year marks Kimberly Fischer’s second with the Agar-Blunt-Onida school district. Last year, Fischer taught first grade in Blunt. This year, she accepted Elementary Principal Amber M… Read more⏵

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Vickie Heninger of Blunt has taken over ABO’s kitchen facilities as cook. “It’s going good,” said Heninger about her new role. “The first week was hectic, but we’re getting in the groove.” Read more⏵

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After her graduation from Elk Point High School, Elizabeth Solem went to cosmetology school at the Iowa School of Beauty. A shoulder injury that she received as the result of a car accident le… Read more⏵

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It was twenty years ago this Saturday that the world watched in horror as hijacked jetliners slammed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field in rural Pennsylvania. Nearly 3,000 v… Read more⏵

South Dakota Department American Legion Auxiliary President Mary Jo Stier is selling raffle tickets on a quilt made by Homestead Quilt Guild members Sharon Nuttall and Dar Hofer. Single ticket… Read more⏵

Citing ongoing issues, the Onida City Council determined to close the swimming pool for the season this Friday, August 6 at 5:00 p.m. The splash park will remain open, and if the gate is locke… Read more⏵

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First Gentleman Bryon Noem has adopted as his initiative as the spouse of the Governor a plan to tour small town South Dakota. In support of this initiative, Noem toured Onida last Friday, July 16. Read more⏵