Demand for food assistance among needy South Dakota residents has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and donations of food and the volunteers needed to help distribute it are becoming harder to find. So far, the food collection and delivery systems in South Dakota have kept up and most families are getting the food they need. But in early April, the […]
Pastor Jeff Piatt opened Easter Sunday services April 12, in the parking lot of the Lakeside Bible Church. Parishioners stayed in their vehicles as they celebrated the holy holiday.
Warmer temperatures and a windless day had anglers hitting the water on Friday, April 10. The wind turned to the north and ushered in colder temperatures for the weekend.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic upends the South Dakota economy, leading to temporary business closures and skyrocketing unemployment, one of the state’s most venerable, trusted and beloved institutions is falling victim to the financial free fall: the small-town weekly newspaper. The recent reductions in circulation and advertising caused by the deadly virus and fear of spreading it have added a new […]
The active cases of COVID-19 in South Dakota took another jump on Tuesday as 120 new cases were reported by the South Dakota Department of Health. There was no increase in the reported cases in the Mobridge area, with one case in Corson and two cases in Walworth. The number of negative test results is up to 8,308. Those who […]
The ability to quickly, regularly and accurately test for the deadly coronavirus is a key component of the ability of the medical field and the public to understand the extent of the pandemic, and of government officials’ ability to adequately respond. And yet, the testing for the presence of the virus in residents of South Dakota and around the U.S. […]
The South Dakota Department of Health daily report on Friday, April 10, shows an increase of 89 positive cases for a total of 536, up from 447 on Thursday. There were 16 new recoveries reported for a total of 177, up from Thursday’s 161 count. Active cases in the state are at 353. On Thursday there were 280 active cases. […]
Area residents keep a tradition of Sunday coff ee, while practicing social distancing, by spending time at Revhiem Park. Enjoying the sun and the company are (from left) Judy and Jim Curran, Toni and Ken Heil, and Jan and Les Mandernach.