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Despite the high winds and dust, two balers and two rakes soon had the downed hay in this field first in neat windrows, then baled.
  The sky was just showing traces of pre-dawn grey as pickup and implement headlights converged off gravel side roads and onto the Smithville road before pulling into three different hayfields southeast of Elm Springs Sunday morning.  Though haying crews heading out to get an early start on the day...
Jacqueline Myers offers friendly instruction to Dalton Madsen and Nate Ludovissie during English I.
    New Underwood resident and teacher Jacqueline Myers will be honored at the Technology and Innovation in Education (TIE) Conference in Sioux Falls as the recipient of the prestigious kindergarten through 12 educator award. This award is given to a teacher from South Dakota who “leads outstanding...
Tina Scott is currently dedicating a series of trail runs to her buddy, Brooke.
  When two Owanka runners lace up their running shoes, they are running for something more than health or fun.    Both Kayla Wulf and Tina Scott have decided to use their running to bless someone else by taking part in I Run for Michael, a program that pairs runners with children who have special...
The 1935-36 Tigers. Back, l-r, Mr. Cecil Tobin, Deane Joyce, Eugene Madsen, Gerald English, Edgar Miller, Dale Kent, Wilfred Bruns, Kenneth Duncan. Front: Ernest Nelson, Jay Felton, Donald Dolan.
When the New Underwood Tigers basketball teams take to the court, they are carrying on a tradition that has been over 100 years in the making in South Dakota, and even longer in the United States as a whole.  According to numerous sources, including The Ultimate Youth Basketball Guide (www.ultimate...
Christmas past
December is marked by area Christmas celebrations, including school and church programs. This time honored tradition has provided memories for many in the community.  Lakeside resident Edgar Simon, who is still living in the house in which he and three of his six siblings were born, remembers that...
Morris Scott Burch, 92, died Dec. 4, 2015 at the Good Samaritan Society in New Underwood.   “Obituaries are usually sand written in sand. I wish mine to be brief and factual for those who may have known me and the few who called me friend and did not look at their watch at my funeral. I had no...
Malayne Condra, third grade, carefully places her ornament as her classmate, Tyler Cook, takes in the wonder of the class tree.
The New Underwood elementary students did their part to make the New Underwood Community Center more festive  Thursday, Dec. 3.  Under the direction of the elementary teachers and Meri Jo Anderson, New Underwood city finance officer, students decorated six trees that are on display in the community...
In the spirit of the Thanksgiving and the Christmas season, area residents and organizations are finding ways to share their blessings with people who are in need. Patricia Tutsch, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial in New Underwood, provided funding for nine Thanksgiving baskets that were complete...
While many people in the New Underwood community are anticipating gifts from loved ones this Christmas, perhaps no one is looking more eagerly for a special gift than Dennis and Janet Fernau.  Diagnosed with kidney failure seven years ago, Dennis has thus far been able to stave off dialysis. His...
Four of the five branches of the U.S. military were represented at the New Underwood Veteran's Day celebration. Back row from left are Buzz Johnson, Army, Don Krog, Air Force, Ron Racicky, Navy, Wes Reeves, Army National Guard, Melvin Fernau, Army, Gene Crosbie, Army National Guard, Ken Karp, Army, Chuck Dockter, Army, Bill Winegar, Army, Don Weibers, Army, Dennis Anderson, Navy, Casey Tippmann, Army, Ronald Miller, Army and Larry Broomfield, Air Force. Front row from left are Matthew Emmons, Air Force, Dav
Veterans from all branches of the United States military were honored during the New Underwood School Veterans Day celebration Wednesday, Nov. 11.  Representatives from the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force were present to acknowledge the gratefulness of the community for their service and...

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