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County commission approves variance, moving permit

Notes from April 9 Beadle County Commission meeting

Governor's Ag Summit paired with Thomas Rhett concert

DANR announces summit to pair with DEXtravaganza

City encourages voting today in mayoral election

Notes from April 8 Huron City Commission meeting

Police Log 4-13-24

Huron police log published 4-13-24

Police Log 4-12-24

Huron police log published 4-12-24

Police Log 4-10-24

Huron police log published 4-10-24

Community
The Garms Family “Nights of Encouragement”

The Garms Family to perform Sunday at JVCS

The Huron Area Concert Association is excited to announce the next concert for the season will be The Garms Family, at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 14, at James Valley Christian School. Tight-knit, …

Carr receives award

Dr. Joshua Carr receives award

It's almost time for Lions Pancake Days

Pancake days set for April 23 and 24

Huron area Junior Festival

Area piano festival held

Legion Post 7 Educator of the Year

Beth Neitzert selected as educator of the year by Post 7
Sports

C/WL, De Smet claim titles in De Smet

De Smet hosts track meet Thursday
Huron’s Lah Doh Soe plays a volley on the baseline during a No. 3 singles match against Sioux Falls Christian on Tuesday at Huron Courts.
Harrisburg, SFC hand Tigers a pair of losses
Huron swept in home meet Tuesday
Area track and field
Area teams participate in Volga meet
Learning from one of the best
Goat tying clinic held over weekend
Opinion

Leaning into the problem

In this From the Mound, the writer examines reasons behind low voter turnout and examines if removing parties could aid the political process

Coming back to the same thing, unfortunately

In this From the Mound, the writer examines the connection between a celebrated baseball event and modern sports coverage

Letter - Schneider 4-6-24

Writer supports Smith for Mayor

Letter - Schmidt 4-5-24

Writers counters arguments against Biden
Recipes

Heartland Cuisine: Exploring new flavors

New cooking class offered at Iroquois High School

Schools

School notes 10-12-24

Buchanan K-1 Center and High School featured

HMS students compete in oral interp event

Middle school oral interp students compete in Brookings

School notes 4-10-24

Sixth grade and CTE public safety highlighted

James Valley Christian Math Olympians

Students participate in math competition

Final pizza of the school year

This is the last Pizza with the Principal picture for the school year. These Kindergarten students had their pizza in March. In the front row, from the left are: Alexander Romero Ramos, Yeferson …
Obituaries
Jane DeLong
HURON — Jane DeLong, age 98, of Huron, passed away Wednesday, April 10, 2024, in Huron surrounded by her family. Her funeral service is 1 p.m., Saturday, April 13, at American Lutheran Church …
Robert 'Bob' Arnott
HURON — Robert “Bob” E. Arnott, age 87, of Huron, formerly of Wessington Springs, passed away Saturday, April 6, 2024, surrounded by his two sons and daughter. Funeral services are …
Emma Touche
BIG BEND — Emma Jean Touche, 26, of Big Bend, passed away Monday, April 8, 2024, at St. Mary’s Hospital, Pierre. Her funeral service is 11 a.m., Tuesday, April 16, at St. …
Wilfred “Roger” Eschenbaum
REDFIELD — Wilfred “Roger” Eschenbaum, 87, of Redfield, passed away Monday, April 8, 2024, at the Eastern Star Home in Redfield. Visitation is 10 a.m., Tuesday, April 16, at St. …
Lyle Moldrem
MARION — Lyle Moldrem, 77 of Marion, formerly of Wessington Springs, passed away Monday, April 8, 2024, at his home, surrounded by his family. Visitation is from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, April …
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