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SALEM—This will really get your goat. A group of McCook Central High School FFA students spent most of Wednesday morning touring Salem, but they didn't go alone—they brought along two goats, as part of their "Get the Goat" fundraiser. The amount raised wasn't immediately available Wednesday. On Wednesday, FFA members also had a special guest tour the town with them and the goats.
WINNER, S.D.—Most people look forward to Fridays, but a couple of area schools say "TGIF" for different reasons. Of the 150 school districts listed on the South Dakota Department of...
As the climate changes, so will agriculture. How exactly? That's what several experts examined Tuesday during a Climate and Agriculture Workshop at the Davison County Fairgrounds in Mitchell. South Dakota State University Extension hosted the workshop, which included presentations from five of SDSU's research and Extension experts on how climate will affect things such as plants, plant disease, pests and crop production.
PLATTE, S.D. —Nearly a month and a half after the death of a family of six rocked Platte, many people in the community still want to know: Why? But South...
HARRISBURG, S.D. -- “It was just a bullet.” That’s how Kevin Lein describes his recovery after getting shot last week. Lein, 57, was shot in the arm in his office...
The Dakota Wesleyan University student who died last week tested positive for bacterial meningitis, campus officials said Saturday. Beau Keeter, 19, was found dead in his dormitory room Wednesday morning at Dayton Hall on DWU’s campus in Mitchell. Keeter, of St. Lawrence, S.D., was a freshman athletic training student and a member of the men's basketball team.
PLATTE, S.D. -- The unique circumstances surrounding last week's events in Platte led law enforcement to do something equally unusual: make preliminary autopsy results public.
Platte residents, who were grieving the loss of a family in what was thought to be a fire last week, were in even more shock this week.
Don't just get a degree. Discover your strength. Long the mindset of Dakota Wesleyan University, the faith-based college decided to weave that concept into its new institutional logo.
DELMONT--Despite its own fire hall collapsing, there was no lack of support for Delmont residents following the devastating effects of Sunday's tornado. Douglas County State's Attorney Craig Parkhurst said 25 structures were destroyed, including Zion Lutheran Church and the town's fire hall. Parkhurst said there were no fatalities.