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“Astonishing Ag Articles” Art Contest at State Fair

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
South Dakota Value Added Agriculture and South Dakota Ag in the Classroom are holding an art contest in conjunction with the 2015 South Dakota State Fair.
The "Astonishing Ag Articles" art contest is open to third and fourth graders from across the state. Posters should show non-food items made from crops or livestock grown in the state. Artists may use

South Dakota salmon record broken

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
A Highmore angler had barely started his day on Lake Oahe when a fish hit his lure and created a memory to last a lifetime.
Gordon Sampson boated the 24 lb., 8 oz. Chinook salmon after only five minutes of fishing on Aug. 14. The massive fish broke the previous state record of 23 lbs., 14 oz. The record

Local boy scout nominated for Order of the Arrow

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
Adam Hyke, the son of Kelly and Bonnie Hyke has been in Boy Scouts since first grade, and was selected by his peers to be in the Order of the Arrow, which is the national honor society of Boy Scouts in March of 2013. To join Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts have to be nominated by member of their

Story Hour: gearing up for another school year

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
In her fourth year doing Story Hour at the Redfield Carnegie Library, Amanda Evans is excited to continue the tradition.
"I came back here in 2012 and nobody was going to be the story hour teacher, so I said ‘okay…that is something I want for my kids, because I got to do that," said Evans. So she volunteered to

Precision Soil to break ground in September

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
Currently operating the Precision Soil company out of a house, Precision Soil managers Jim Millar and Francis Schaffer of Redfield, are planning to break the ground for the new Precision Soil building in Redfield's Industrial Park in September.
"We are in the process of hiring our own programmer to help us with our technology and automating our interaction with our

Pastors speak out

Posted: Friday, Aug 28th, 2015
Controversial issues such as same-sex marriage and the recent viral videos exposing Planned Parenthood's selling of aborted baby parts have sparked marches and protests across the nation. In the wake of this, some local pastors have given their views and standings on these issues.
"If what is being put out there is accurate it looks really bad. It is very

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