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Memory Lane: Featuring Jane Robertson

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
"If you carry your childhood with you, you never become older." -- T. Stoppard
At the age of 90, Jane Robertson's most vivid memories are of her early childhood days. Born in Aberdeen, South Dakota, in 1926, to a father of English, German, Norwegian and Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry and a mother of Norwegian ancestry, Jane says her maiden name, Streenz,

Accident in Redfield’s July 4th parade

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
During Redfield's July 4th parade, a minor accident occurred between entrants Terry Jandel and the Spink County Historical Society. An antique fire truck ran into the back of a wagon being pulled by a team of horses. Nobody was hurt, but the damage was estimated to be approximately $500.

Doland Daycare employees save infant’s life

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
On Thursday, July 14, an infant became unresponsive and stopped breathing at the Doland Daycare. The two employees on staff at the time were able to get the infant breathing. They called 911 and a local emergency vehicle picked up the infant along with one of the caretakers. They were able to meet an ambulance, and the infant and

Car show draws a crowd in Redfield

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
The second annual Hedahl's Car Show took place on Saturday, July 9th this year. The weather was bright and sunny, perfect for the car show, parade and Aqua Addicts show put on at the Redfield Lake in the afternoon. Last year, the first annual Hedahl's Car Show drew about 175 participants. That number was out-done this year with 206

Terror We Fall dedicates EP album to Trisha Whitley

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 20th, 2016
On Thursday, July 7, at 7 p.m., local band Terror We Fall held a concert at Hav-a-Rest Park in Redfield to
celebrate the launch of their Extended Play album, "This One's for You." The band dedicated their first album to Trisha Whitley, who passed away in December of 2015.
Terror We Fall is pictured, at right, performing as

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