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Fun for all ages ...

Posted: Friday, Jun 24th, 2016
Kids of all ages enjoyed the animals brought by the Bramble Park Zoo in Watertown for one of the Summer Reading club events in Iroquois.

70th Miss South Dakota crowned

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 22nd, 2016
HOT SPRINGS -- Julia Olson of Sioux Falls was crowned Miss South Dakota 2016 Saturday night. Her platform is "Worth It." For her talent, she performed the operatic aria "Quando me'n vo." She is the 23- year-old daughter of Mark and Brenda Olson.
Olson won the preliminary talent award Thursday night and the preliminary swimsuit award Friday night. She is

Tour of Gardens: Heartland Garden Club annual tour will be Saturday, 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
HURON -- The Heartland Garden Club in Huron will be hosting its annual Tour of Gardens from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 25.
Hosting gardens will include:
• Kenneth and Barb Dietz, 1937 Cardinal Lane
• Bruce and Melanie Harrington, 1919 McDonald Dr.
• David and Rachel Peskey, 2602 Prairie Green Dr. S.W. (near Wal-Mart)
• Loren and Connie

A ‘Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol’

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
It's Christmas Eve in Bunyan Bay, Minnesota, and you won't want to miss the fun in this Huron Area Community Theater production of the musical, "A Don't Hug Me Christmas Carol." Rehearsing in the Fine Arts Center are, from left, Leo Jensen, Eric Bliss, Derek Barnes and Kara Pugsley. Not pictured is Mia Kruse. Co-directors are Barnes and Jensen. Tickets

Homecoming Sunday planned

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
The Esmond Methodist Church will be celebrating Homecoming Sunday on June 26. The Esmond Methodist Episcopal Church was built in 1885. The morning worship will start at 10:30 a.m. and will have a time of remembrance for everyone to share. There will be a choir from the congregation to sing familiar hymns and a dedication of gifts given to the church in

Iroquois Sports Day and 1980s reunion planned: Festivities to be held July 15, 16 and 17

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
IROQUOIS -- "Honor Our Vets" is the theme for the 1980s high school reunion and Sports Day Celebration planned July 15-17 in Iroquois.
The festivities will begin with a school tour beginning at 4 p.m. Friday, July 15, with participants meeting in the south gymnasium. A potluck supper will be served at 6 p.m. in the City Park. A golf

First Pride of Lake Byron award presented

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
The Lake Byron Development Association gave its first Feature Yard Award of the summer to Doug and Theresa Bell (seated). A gift certificate to be used at East River Nursery and a blue and yellow sign were presented to them by Marilyn Ford (standing far right) and Dorothy Harmon, members of the Beautification Committee of the LBDA. Doug and Theresa

HRMC hospice to host ‘Conversation Starter’

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 21st, 2016
HURON -- To encourage area residents to talk with loved ones about end-of-life issues, HRMC Community Hospice is hosting a "Conversation Starter" Event, Thursday at 7 p.m. in the HRMC Legacy Plaza Auditorium.
Lori Hintz, a licensed registered nurse with experience in both hospital and nursing home environments, will be the key presenter. Hintz serves as project manager for the

Putters & Scoops ready for summer fun ...

Posted: Friday, Jun 17th, 2016
Putters & Scoops reopened their doors to a new look this spring. New owner Kendra Baltzer has made some renovations to the bathhouse which were celebrated in June with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Putters & Scoops offers a full lunch menu and daily specials Monday through Thursday, along with the ever popular pie and SDSU Ice Cream. They also have a

Girl Scouts at GO-GO-GADGET camp

Posted: Friday, Jun 17th, 2016
On June 13, 40 Girl Scouts from Huron and surrounding communities met at Camp Woodlands for GO-GO-GADGET Camp.  Girl Scouts in attendance enjoy building different types of catapults and peg board marble runs. They made kaleidoscopes, gear necklaces, chalk rockets, elephant toothpaste, and a police officer survival kit. The girls even made their snack in a homemade coal oven.

Search on for the eldest living resident

Posted: Thursday, Jun 16th, 2016
SIOUX FALLS -- South Dakota Health Care Association's Century Club is in search of the 2016 Centenarian of the Year. In order to qualify for this recognition, the centenarian's birth date must be before December 27, 1908.  
According to Century Club records, Bertha Mohr of Eureka, born April 1, 1908, is currently the eldest living South Dakotan and recently

Murals at Kansas Mall project ...

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 15th, 2016
Members of the Huron Board of Realtors Board of Directors are pictured with Ralph Borkowski, Huron City Planner, and Steve VanWinkle, Huron Parks and Rec Construction Technician, in front of two new murals that have recently been installed as part of the city's new Kansas Mall project. These two murals are part of a five-piece mural art project by artist Shaun

Bramble Park Zoo to visit Iroquois School Wednesday

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 15th, 2016
The Iroquois Summer Reading Program is something you don't want to miss! Their BIG event will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday when the Bramble Park Zoo will be showing off some of their interesting animals with an educational program; and an animal viewing at 4 p.m. This will be held in front of Iroquois School on the north side and is free

Celtic fingerstyle guitarist to perform Thursday in Campbell Park

Posted: Monday, Jun 13th, 2016
Acclaimed Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow will be the opening performance at 7 p.m. Thursday during Family Night Activities in Campbell Park.
Barlow tells a story with his music, transporting listeners across space and time on a fantasy journey to a rusty Irish fishing village or the misty Scottish Highlands of an English forest. His performance is sponsored by Huron

Family Night Activities: season schedule

Posted: Monday, Jun 13th, 2016
• June 23, Curtis and Loretta will take the stage, sponsored in part by the Huron Parks and Recreation and Huron Sertoma.
• June 30: Leo Jensen will perform, along with the group performance from the upcoming play, "Don't Hug Me Christmas Carol."
• July 7: The Huron Public Library has brought back the Everharts to perform.
• July

Pam Stenzel to share story of adoption: Program at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Huron Campus Center; sponsored by Plus One Guidance Center

Posted: Monday, Jun 13th, 2016
Drawing from her personal story, as well as her visits with teens around the world, Pam Stenzel will talk about the consequences -- both physical and emotional -- of sex outside of marriage during a presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Huron Campus Center.
The event is free and is sponsored by the Plus One Guidance Center.
Stenzel said

HRMC hosts Health Career Exploration Academy: Fund for the Future scholarship deadline is Friday, June 15

Posted: Monday, Jun 13th, 2016
Six area students attended the Health Career Exploration Academy on June 7 to observe and learn about the different career opportunities available at HRMC.
In addition to a tour of HRMC, students engaged in hands-on activities in the following career areas:
• Laboratory
• Nursing
• Radiology
• Physical, occupational and speech therapy
• Medical coding
• Surgery

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