The National Grasslands Visitor Center and an anthropological field school from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be working together on two exciting national research projects.
    The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Area Director Tim Potts and Rural Business Service Deputy Administrator Sam Rikkers jointly announced a $720,000 loan for West River Electric Association, Inc.
Blake Finkbeiner, manager of Lynn’s Dakotamart presented a check to Lila Fisher and Michele Hulm, Catholic Daughters. The check is from the Lynn’s Dakotamart “We Care” program.
    The registered voters of the City of Kadoka will go to the polls on Tuesday, May 19, to decide whether the majority agrees or disagrees with the zoning ordinance that the Kadoka City Council passed on Monday, February 9.
Ray Erikson was presented a plaque at the annual “Ladies Night” in honor of his 34 plus years of serving on the Murdo Fire Department.
Misty Williams, Dana Keffeler, owner, Claudine Afdahl, and Ashley Price broke ground last week for the new building. Not pictured: Michele Hulm and Judy Matt.
    Keffeler Kreations of Faith, S.D., broke ground last week for a new, much needed, larger  building. The new building, measuring 60’x116’, will be located just north of Cenex.
Misty Williams, Dana Keffeler, owner, Claudine Afdahl, and Ashley Price broke ground last week for the new building. Not pictured: Michele Hulm and Judy Matt.
    Terry L. Olsen, 55, died Thursday, May 14, 2015, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.    He was born July 15, 1959, to Sverre and Irene (Young) Olsen in Quinn. He grew up on a ranch near Interior. The family moved to Rapid City where Terry attended school. After school, he moved to Montana and...
    Julian Ross Whidby, 90, formerly of Kadoka died Monday, May 18, 2015 at the Rapid City Regional Hospital.    Julian Ross Whidby was born July 29, 1924 in Bowling Green, Kentucky to Glenn and Thelma Whidby. Julian spent his younger years between Michigan and Pine Ridge, SD. He entered the United...
    The National Grasslands Visitor Center and an anthropological field school from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be working together on two exciting national research projects. The projects aim to collect oral histories as well as digitally record American Indian artifacts from private...
    The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Area Director Tim Potts and Rural Business Service Deputy Administrator Sam Rikkers jointly announced a $720,000 loan for West River Electric Association, Inc. to promote rural economic development. The funds will be loaned at...

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