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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...
Three rows of tomato plants stretch over six feet in the air. With proper care, these plants can continue to produce for 12 to 18 months.
On the north side of the Elk Creek breaks along the Wicksville Road, a 26’x100’ greenhouse stands out from the regular livestock barns and machine sheds that normally dot the countryside.  The greenhouse, which began taking shape in the fall of 2014, represents another aspect of the entrepreneurial...
These four singers and their instructor have been practicing for weeks before they join the remaining high school students from across South Dakota for All State Chorus. From left are Nathan Nixon, Ashley Parson, instructor, Delayna Jensen, Alexandra Brace and Karlie Robertson.
Four New Underwood High School musicians have been selected to take part in the 2015 All State Chorus, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. in Rapid City at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.  Sophomore Nathan Nixon, bass, senior Alexandra Brace, tenor, Karlie Robertson, alto, and...
Past SDML President Jeanne Duchscher, left, passes the gavel to newly elected President Meri Jo Anderson after Anderson's election in Aberdeen.
Longtime New Underwood City Finance Officer Meri Jo Anderson was elected president of the South Dakota Municipal League on Friday, Oct. 9, during the organization’s 82nd annual conference in Watertown.  The South Dakota Municipal League (SDML) is a nonpartisan and nonprofit association of 310...
South Dakota’s 29th governor, Walter Dale Miller, was a man of strong faith who dedicated his life to South Dakota as a faithful public servant.  Governor Miller was born Oct. 5, 1925, to Walter A. and Kathryn (Judson) Miller in the ranch house at Viewfield in Meade County, S.D. Governor Miller...
Former New Underwood residents Steve and Tori Iske lost their home in Canyon City, Ore., when the Canyon City Complex wildfire consumed the canyon in which the Iske’s live.   Prior to their move to Oregon, Steve was employed on a New Underwood area ranch and Tori was the postmaster of the New...
South Dakota senators John Thune and Mike Rounds are applauding the passage of the Every Child Achieves Act (ECAA) of 2015, a bill that updates the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation that was signed into effect in early 2002. New Underwood Superintendent George Seiler notes that while this...

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