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Pearle Jesfjeld, left, and Phyllis Brixey, right, are both 100 years old.
Pearle Jesfjeld and Phyllis Brixey have lived parallel - yet different - lives. Both were born near Strool, South Dakota, just two days apart in 1915. Pearle was born southeast of Strool to Carl and Marie Stubstad on September 26; and Phyllis, northeast of Strool, to C. Edward and Essie (Stelting)...
Friday night, September 11, witnessed another impressive 28-16 win by your local Bison Cardinals over a very tough opponent, the Hill City Rangers. Those on hand were able to witness a real team victory by our young men. Hill City came into the game with a plan to slow down our outside running game...
Jo Hetzel, Lacey Kostelecky, Kristen Ham
Here to inspire your next creative project or to help you find a unique gift is Lemmon’s newest business, Fabric, Furniture & Flair. Located at 314 Main Avenue and opening its doors on Monday, July 6th, operators Lacey Kostelecky, Kristen Ham, and Jo Hetzel invite everyone to stop in and see...
Daniel Burkhalter won the 19 and under age division at the Riverman triathlon on Saturday August 1. The Riverman Triathlon is held at Farm Island in Pierre and starts with a .4 mile swim, followed by an 18 mile bike ride, and a 3.5 mile run. Daniel's time was 1 hour 30 min 28 sec. The overall...
Lopez with the sculpture he is creating out of scrap metal.
This year will be a first for the northwest corner of South Dakota – the first Rendezvous!  The Hugh Glass Rendezvous will be held August 27th through 30th at the Hugh Glass Recreation Area and State Park site, kicking off the inaugural event that will be held each summer here. Opening activities...
Bison students Jozee Veal and Jaylie Beckman were part of an historic, nationwide event last week. Jozee, daughter of Chris and Jennifer Veal, Meadow; and Jaylie, daughter of Dan Beckman and Jenny Beckman, Prairie City - along with Team JJ - carried a Special Olympics torch for five miles in the...
After spending the last 47 years of his life on the other half of the globe in Japan, Dan Gossman, originally of Lemmon, recently returned to his South Dakota hometown for a visit. Joining him on his journey were his wife, Miyako, and seven of their good friends and neighbors, all from Japan.    In...
Over 40 kids in costume came to have fun at the library Thursday after school, for the library’s first Halloween Party. The kids created scenes with the 10,000 Lego® piece kit that was recently added to the kids area.

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