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Torevell continues family’s meat and potatoes tradition

Grace Torevell continues the tradition of being the “meat and potatoes” kind of girl. She grew up in a family of six and no meal was skimpy. In her home, every meal was important.

J.J. Elshere wins second straight saddle bronc title

J.J. Elshere of Hereford, S.D., headlined the 72nd annual Sitting Bull Stampede when he won his second straight saddle bronc riding title. Elshere rode Lady Gaga to the tune of 84 points during the July 2 performance. His winning ride was worth $1,997. Elshere is no stranger to good luck at the Stampede. He scored 83 points on Shake Stomper […]

Drought worsens, CRP open to grazing

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue announced last week that in addition to opening up South Dakota counties that meet the D2 (severe drought) threshold for CRP grazing, all counties within a 150 mile radius of one of those counties will also be authorized for CRP grazing.

Top cowboys, stock attract big crowds

The Sitting Bull Stampede was deemed a great success by the organizers and those who attended the event during the holiday.

Darrel Smith: Washington bureaucracy opposes Trump

  Can Trump accomplish his campaign promises without significant cooperative effort? The presidency is just one part of our governmental process. The courts, congress, bureaucracy and media are also necessary.

JAY DAVIS: It has suddenly become hard to get to play a game

It has suddenly become very difficult to get to play a game of baseball. The Post 4 American Legion baseball team has had its last two outings taken away for different reasons.

KATIE ZERR: Being first is more important than truth

The line between news reporting and opinion have become so blurred that it is hard to tell the difference. To set the record straight, most of those talking heads seen on the 24-hour so-called news networks are not reporters or journalists. They are what they get paid for: looking good while they read or guide a discussion.


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