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A new name and sign

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 20th, 2014
The building name change from HRMC Towers to Legacy Plaza was initiated to help reduce confusion for patients visiting physicians in the Specialty Clinic located in the Central Tower. The new signage is reflective of all of the recently updated signage installed on the HRMC campus. The courtyard at Legacy Plaza has also recently been updated and landscaped to provide
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Pie in the Park a hit with the judges

Posted: Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
Judges Ben Meyer of Huron Automotive, City Commissioner Gary Harrington and Don't Spill the Beans coffee shop owner, Rhonda Sprecher had a hard decision to make Thursday. On Thursday, the annual Pie in the Park took place with an impressive 21 pies decked out for judging.
"I wasn't quite sure what to expect," said Meyer, whose two favorite kinds of
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Memory Rose Garden — a peaceful respite

Posted: Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
Sweet or spicy, whatever your preference, the Memory Rose Garden located in Winter Park at Fifth Street and Kansas Avenue Southeast is in full bloom and offers beauty in a variety of scents and colors.
Over 100 tea roses and climbing roses are sponsored by the Huron Garden Club and maintained with the cooperation of the Parks and Recreation Department.
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Pride of Lake Byron award

Posted: Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
The "Pride of Lake Byron" Feature Yard sign is displayed this week at the home of Mike and Amy Hofer. They have transformed their yard into a lush green park, with many flowers, and even mallard ducks wandering around. Amy Hofer plants a variety of colorful flowers, among them moss roses, and hostas, with "hens and chicks" tucked in here
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Upkeep at Memory Rose Garden

Posted: Friday, Aug 15th, 2014
Members of the Huron Garden Club worked at the Memory Rose Garden in Winter Park Tuesday. From left, are Darlene Haberstick, Carol Place, Sherrie Single, Dee Dee Wachter, JoAnne Thurnbeck, Doris Dahl. Not pictured is Kim Cole.
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Outdoor fun

Posted: Friday, Aug 15th, 2014
Iner Nelson holds the end of a leash to allow a bunny to walk freely recently at SunQuest Healthcare Center. Both man and animal enjoyed the time spent outdoors.
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Knights of Columbus honors Our Lady of Guadalupe through Silver Rose — One Life, One Rose program: Silver Rose Prayer Service planned Thursday at 7 p.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Posted: Thursday, Aug 14th, 2014
The Knights of Columbus of South Dakota will participate in a North American effort paying tribute to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Americas through the Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose -- One Life, One Rose Program. It involves carrying six Silver Roses from Ontario through the U.S. to Monterrey, Mexico.
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Cleaning up the playground

Posted: Thursday, Aug 14th, 2014
Several community families attended a school playground workday Aug. 1. Volunteers built a sandbox, installed hopscotch squares, replaced a rope ladder on the play set, and completed general cleanup. The Iroquois PTO has been raising money to make improvements to the playground. Above, Becky Harris clears weeds near the basketball court. At left, Keisten Dubro rakes pea rock under the
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Shakespeare Garden hosts regional tourism board

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 13th, 2014
Shakespeare Garden in Wessington Springs hosted members of the Glacial Lakes & Prairies Tourism Board for its quarterly meeting in July.
The Anne Hathaway Cottage was the site of its executive committee in the morning, lunch at noon and then the full board meeting in the afternoon.
The tourism board includes members from northeast South Dakota representing 20
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It’s time for Pie in the Park: Annual pie baking contest Thursday in Campbell Park

Posted: Monday, Aug 11th, 2014
On Thursday, Aug. 14, the 29th annual Pie in the Park, put on by Fair City Sertoma Club, will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Campbell park, Huron, with entertainment beginning at 7 p.m.
For those who would like to submit their pies, coordinator Deannie LeRoux says, "Just bring a pie. It has to be a two-crust fruit pie. Bring it
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Awana is making a Splash: Pool party at Splash Central planned Friday

Posted: Monday, Aug 11th, 2014
In honor of the 10th anniversary of its Awana program, Mount Olivet Church of Huron is hosting a pool party at Splash Central on Friday from 8 to 10 for children and families.
Ten years ago, members of Mount Olivet noticed a need in the community for children to be involved in a program that taught biblical values and
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RACA to begin membership drive

Posted: Monday, Aug 11th, 2014
The Redfield Area Concert Association (RACA) announces the beginning of their annual Membership Drive. Memberships are affordable and the performances the concert association will be bringing to Redfield are exceptional again this year.
Two wonderful performers, Jakob Kuba Kawnik, and his wife Rebecca pair up for a thrilling performance to open our 2014-2015 Season on Saturday, Sept. 20, at 7:30
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Beadle County 4-Hers take home third

Posted: Monday, Aug 11th, 2014
Beadle County 4-H members took home third place in the senior division at the State 4-H Horse Judging Contest held in Huron during the State 4-H Horse Show. Team members are, from left, Grant Duvall, Dana Duvall (who finished eighth place individually), Sierra Goergen and Cassandra Koel. The young people are all members of the Prairie Wrangler 4-H Club.
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‘I Made a Difference’ award presented

Posted: Monday, Aug 11th, 2014
Pat and Melissa Decker, 1421 Fourth St. S.W., were awarded the fifth "I Made A Difference" award. The couple have been busy doing many things to Pat's house. The garage has new shingles, the fence and deck have been repainted and the swing set for the kids is just adorable. It was painted purple, lime green and blue. New window
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Huron Farmer’s Market on a roll: Celebrating Farmer’s Market Week

Posted: Saturday, Aug 9th, 2014
In the spirit of Farmer's Market Week, which was declared by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to be from the third of August through the ninth, Huron's vendors have been displaying their goods in a market they believe in.
"[Our goal is] to provide good, healthy fresh vegetables, promote buying locally and helping the local economy, and help farmers also,"
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Donkey Camp held in Huron

Posted: Friday, Aug 8th, 2014
Vorhees Shelter at Splash Central was the site of the fifth annual Donkey Camp sponsored by the Beadle County Democrats to teach the principles of democracy and the importance of voting. Camp director was Jessica Hotchkiss and Mary Davis was camp coordinator.
Lunch and registration were at noon. Activities began with the presentation of colors by volunteers from the
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Focus on health

Posted: Friday, Aug 8th, 2014
Violet Tschetter Memorial Home offered free blood pressure checks at a station during National Night Out Tuesday in the Beef Complex on the S.D. State Fairgrounds. Young and old alike took part in the free checks, including this young man who said, "Sure you can take mine -- I try to stay fit."
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UWHR campaign kick-off

Modified: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
Dakotaland Federal Credit Union collected $900 during the 2014 Memberfest to kick off the United Way's 2015 Campaign. From left, are Chris Nohr, United Way President, Karla Wiegel, United Way Board Member and Dakotaland Marketing Coordinator, Jason Ollerich United Way Board Member, and Dan Cumbee, Dakotaland President. Nohr said, "Dakotaland Federal Credit Union's membership and staff did it again. They
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Weaving fun

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
Residents at Violet Tschetter Memorial Home had fun trying out a new activity -- hula hoop weave rugs! Everyone had fun with this new twist on weaving.
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Sharing a smile

Modified: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
Wearing brightly colored clown wigs are Erwin Wipf, left, and Bob Mueller. The two donned the clown wigs at SunQuest Healthcare Center recently to help brighten the day.
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Elks benefit helps Tyler Schwartz

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
Jamie Guericke, ER of the Huron Elks Lodge No. 444, presents a check to Tyler Schwartz after a recent benefit. The Elks hosted a baked potato benefit for Schwartz to help with medical bills in his fight against cancer. The Elks would like to thank his family and friends for making the fundraiser a success. Last year the Huron Elks
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National Farmers Market Week Aug. 3-9

Posted: Thursday, Aug 7th, 2014
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has declared this week as "National Farmers Market Week." Throughout the week, USDA will celebrate our nation‘s thousands of farmers markets, farmers who make them possible and the communities that host them.
The declaration was made via an official proclamation signed by Secretary Vilsack. This year marks the 15th Annual National Farmers Market
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