Kadoka Press

The South Dakota Sheep Growers Association is starting a monthly feature on young sheep producer families! February's feature is Shad and Jenna Finn from Midland, SD. Shad and Jenna said the primary reason they got into the sheep business was their family needed an additional source of income to...
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The primary mission of the Mustang Heritage Foundation is to create and promote programs and activities that provide information and education about wild horses and burros, elevate their image and desirability. provide opportunities to become involved in the wild horse and burro experience and...
The Board of Jackson County Commissioners conducted its monthly meeting on Dec. 9, 2019. Board members attending included Ken Graupmann, Gerard Magelky, Jeff Page, Brent Prang and Tom Zickrick. Chairman Graupmann called the meeting to order and the Board approved minutes from November and the...
The Board of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on Dec. 4, 2019. Board members attending the meeting included JoBeth Eisenbraun, Donna Enders, Brian Hundertmark, Lonny Johnston, Rusty Olney and Eileen Stolley. Board member...
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The Board of the Jackson County Commissioners met on Nov. 12, 2019 for the regular monthly meeting. Commissioners present for the meeting included Ken Graupmann, Gerard Magelky, Jeff Page, Brett Prang and Tom Zickrick. Chairman Graupmann called the meeting to order and the Board approved the...
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The Kadoka Area School District hosted their annual Fall Activities Banquet on November 25, 2019. The event was free and offered a meal. Attendees were treated to over four tables featuring a variety of salads, desserts and a main course provided by the school. Activities Director, Mark Reiman,...
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The Kadoka City Council conducted its monthly meeting on September 9, 2016. Council members attending included Tim Huffman, Rusty Olney, Eileen Stolley, Tia Stout, Harry Weller and Ryan Willert. Other city personnel attending included LaTasha Buchholz, finance officer; Forrest Davis, public safety...
Craig Coller, owner and operator of West River Excavation, removed the dilapidated structure at the former Bartlett property located at 1105 Seventh Avenue. The property is the most recent project of the Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) to improve curb appeal of the community and offer affordable, site ready lots for development.
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on August 2, 2019. Board members attending the meeting included JoBeth Eisenbraun, Donna Enders, Julie Hermann, Brian Hundertmark, Lonny Johnston, Rusty Olney and Ryan Willert. Board...
Growing up on the quintessential 20thcentury family farm provided for children in more ways than one. In addition to the sustenance and income produced for the family, a work ethic was sown in children during the formative years, which grew and blossomed, serving them well into adulthood.  On the...

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