49 Third St. SE, PO Box 1278, Huron, SD 57350 • Ph: 605-352-6401 • Fax: 605-353-7457
Current E-Edition

Top Stories Records Sports Community Home 

Find it fresh at Huron Farmers Market

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 29th, 2015
Huron Farmers Market held its Annual Summer Food Fest recently, with a few members of Tripp's Amish community that were able to attend and sell items as well.
Huron Farmers Market will be open today from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. beneath the shade trees on the corner of Third Street and Lincoln Avenue Southwest. Produce available will be sweet

Never a day is wasted ... Huron couple keeps busy with hobbies for entries in S.D. State Fair

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
(This article was written by Deb Kates, who is the daughter of LaVonne and Raymond Metter of Huron.)
Proverbs 16:27: "Idle hands are the Devil's workshop…"
LaVonne Hein Metter is a very multi-talented self-taught woman who has showcased many of her talents at the South Dakota State Fair. She has always wanted to do something with her hands as

Redfield Area Concert Association begins membership drive on Aug. 3

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
Redfield Area Concert Association (RACA) announces the beginning of their annual Membership Drive beginning Aug. 3. With an affordable membership, you will be amazed and delighted with the high quality entertainment coming to Redfield this year.
Leading off with the first concert of the year on Saturday, Oct. 10, Link Union, will take you on a journey through the decades,

Donkey Camp on Aug. 3 to feature police dog Cody

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
Donkey Camp for all young people between the ages of 6-13 in legislative District 22, which includes Beadle and Kingsbury Counties, will begin with registration and lunch at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 3 at Voorhees Shelter at Splash Central.
Campers age 13 and over will register as junior staff. Class will begin at 1 p.m. with the presentation of

Making it easier to get groceries

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
Fair City Foods of Huron has signed a service agreement with People's Transit to provide all transportation for customers to and from the grocery store for one year.
Making it official are store co-owners Gene Clement, left, and Jay Mutchelknaus. Looking on are Brett Tschetter, second from left, and Nikki Knutson, at right, from People's Transit.

Summer reading program prizes awarded

Posted: Monday, Jul 27th, 2015
Library Trustees Kristy Jungemann and Glenda Maxted did the honors of drawing the names for the winners of the Huron Public Library's Summer Reading Program prizes. This year's theme was "Every Hero has a Story."
There was a 17 percent increase in persons participating in the program compared to last year; a total of 1,178 people registered for

Dakotaland donates to volunteer firefighters

Posted: Saturday, Jul 25th, 2015
Dakotaland Federal Credit Union has found an exciting way to give back to the communities they serve and are having a great time doing it!
The Annual Cruise for a Cause Poker Run was created for participants to enjoy a scenic route through east central South Dakota, while making pit stops at the branch locations to draw cards in

De Smet Teens 4 Life donate to PlusOne

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
The De Smet Teens 4 Life recently held a baby bottle fundraiser for the PlusOne Guidance Center in Huron. Baby bottles were distributed by the teens at three local churches. When the change was counted they were able to donate $1,400 to the center. The generosity of the donations far exceeded their expectations, said organizer Joyce Maras. "I am so

McMahon to be honored on retirement

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
July 27 marks the end of a 40 year career for Charlotte McMahon, and those years definitely flew by. "Not working in the same position for the whole 40 years definitely helped. I have been a teacher, education coordinator, and family services coordinator." she said. She worked for Head Start, a program that started in Huron in 1975.

Miss S.D. Outstanding Teen plans Trunk Show

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
In July 2014, 17-year old Cameron Schroder competed in the Miss Siouxland Pageant in Sioux Falls. At that pageant she was crowned Miss Sioux Empire's Outstanding Teen, earning her a spot in the Miss South Dakota's Outstanding Teen Pageant in Hot Springs in June 2015.
"I had no idea what to expect since this was my first Pageant but

Passing on the love of reading

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
As a child growing up in Huron, Jessica Skorheim's teachers declared her "a good little reader."
That good little reader, today age 23, heads the children's section of Huron's public library.
Jessica's favorite books over the years have been the Spot series -- "Where is Spot?" by Eric Hill, for instance -- and no shock here, J. K. Rowley's Harry

Huron Arts Festival planned at Ravine Lake

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
The Huron Parks and Recreation Department, along with Putters & Scoops, is proud to present the second annual Huron Arts Festival at Ravine Lake.
The festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 26.
Many Huronites can remember Memorial Park hosting the Meadow Woods Art Fair for

Showing the Pride of Lake Byron

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
Receiving the "Pride of Lake Byron" Feature Yard award from Jane Tschetter, member of the beautification committee of the Lake Byron Development Association, are Robert Blaseg and Sherri Story. Terraced with field stone and landscape rock, the yard of Robert and Sherri rises high above the water of Lake Byron. On the crest sits their unique octagonal house,

Wolsey-Wessington School a finalist in Farmers Grow rural education program

Posted: Monday, Jul 20th, 2015
In the Beadle area, Wolsey-Wessington School District 20-6 has been announced as a finalist in this year's America's Farmers Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Wolsey-Wessington School District 20-6 is among the top districts in South Dakota in the running for grants of $10,000 and $25,000.
Earlier this year, farmers nominated their local public school districts to

Beat the heat: Tips to protect your family and pets from heat exhaustion

Posted: Friday, Jul 17th, 2015
Heat and humidity can be silent killers for those who don't take the necessary precautions to protect themselves and their loved ones. Serious health concerns caused by extreme temperatures are heat exhaustion, heat stroke or even death.
"Children, the elderly, and pets are at the highest risk of overexposure to the heat," said AlertID Founder, Keli Wilson. "Taking steps to

Select Page:




Copyright 2015 News Media Corporation

News    Classifieds    Shoppe    Search    ContactUs    TalkBack    Subscribe    Information    E-Edition    Business Portal