When Melissa Durbin got the chance to open her own flower shop, she took it, even if it meant relocating to South Dakota in the beginning of January.
Mass of Christian Burial for Georgia Gunville, 72, of Whitehorse, was held on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, at All Saints Catholic Church in Eagle Butte. Interment was in the Gunville Family Ranch Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Georgia passed away Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
After years of turmoil over assessments and taxes, the Walworth County Commission proposed a compromise Thursday, Nov. 10, instead of taking a vote on firing director of equalization Deb Kahl.
A death in Campbell County has been ruled a suicide after an investigation by the law enforcement agencies.
Last Tuesday was much bigger than just a political election and the election itself was amazing. Trump may be the first candidate to win the presidency without prior political or military experience.
The country is filled with protestors. Not as violent and damaging as those in this nation’s history, but protestors just the same. Some are for a just and right cause; others are battling a lost cause.
Tuesday, late morning, a text comes through on my phone saying, “The Blair Walsh Project is over.”
The Lady Tigers will play the West Central Trojans in the 1:45 p.m. game in the 36th annual state competition of volleyball at the Class A State Volleyball Tournament in the Watertown Civic Arena on Thursday.
Looking at a 22-19 deficit in the fourth set, the Lady Tigers went on a 6-1 run to defeat Pine Ridge at the Sweet 16 Regional Championship match in Pierre on Thursday.