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School board hears positive ESL report

Notes from May 28 Huron School Board meeting

Commission accepts State's Attorney's retirement notice

Notes from May 28 Beadle County Commission meeting
Keynote speaker Ron Volesky addresses the audience.

Volesky speaks at Memorial Day program

Huron Memorial Day program held Monday

Police Log 5-29-24

Huron police log published May 29, 2024

Police Log 5-28-24

Huron police log published May 28, 2024

Police Log 5-27-24

Huron police log published on May 27, 2024


Huron Area Photography Club April 2024 winners

Winners for April's theme announced

Food Truck Wednesdays to feature fun activities

First Food Truck Wednesday of summer to be Wednesday, May 29

New Huron chief looks to partnership with community

Huron Police Chief Derek Layher looks forward to partnering with Huron community

Iroquois designated as 'Cardiac Ready Community' by S.D. Dept. of Health

SD DOH bestows community designation on Iroquois
Anderson Porisch delivers a pitch for Huron Post 7 as it opens its season with a doubleheader against Yankton on Tuesday.

Season begins for Post 7

Huron Post 7 baseball begins summer season
Jeff Boschee, center, on the awards stand after defending his state title in the Class A boys' high jump at the State Track Meet.
Blackhawks' Boschee defends high jump title
Wrap up from finals of 2024 State Track Meet
Left to right: Robert DeBoer, Jory Wipf, and Steve and Sheila Charron.
Heartland Area winners
Three Huron area officials and coaches recognized at state track meet
DEX spring events wrap up
Rodeo events conclude last week

Broken together in matrimony

In this From the Mound, the writer examines realistic expectations for marriage

Letter - Paul 5-25-24

Writer questions property taxes in state

What could be realized

In this From the Mound, the writer examines the proposed open primary amendment

Letter - Rubish 5-18-24

Writer speaks in opposition to location for beef plant

Heartland Cuisine: HRMC Auxiliary

HRMC Auxiliary Board of Directors include, back row, from left, LaNette Kouf (HRMC Liaison), Pat Meink (At Large), Pat Pomerico (Plants & Magazines) and Gloria Schneider (At Large); and in front, Lavonne Wipf (Secretary), Judy Tschetter (Treasurer), Bob Eickhoff (President), Diane Wipf (Hospitality) and Bonnie Sheridan (Membership).

Recipes provided by HRMC Auxiliary members to encourage volunteering


Students honored for timely work

Iroquois students recognized

Lake Area President's List

Multiple area students recognized by Lake Area Tech

Good citizens

Iroquois elementary good citizenship award winners announced

Wolsey-Wessington 2023-2024 fourth quarter honor roll

Wolsey-Wessington fourth quarter honor roll released

Huron High School 2023-2024 fourth quarter honor roll

Final HHS honor roll of school year released
Carol Pevestorf
HURON — Carol Pevestorf, age 91, of Huron, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home on Saturday, May 25, 2024. Her funeral service is 2 p.m., Saturday, June 1, at the First Presbyterian …
Kenneth Barnette,
HURON — Kenneth Barnette, age 82, of Huron, passed away Monday, April 1, 2024 at Huron Regional Medical Center. The family plans a Celebration of Life for Kenneth on Saturday, June 1, from 1 to …
Lorraine Augspurger
SIOUX FALLS — Lorraine Augspurger, 100, of Sioux Falls and formerly of Miller, passed away Friday, May 24, 2024, at Avera Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls. Funeral services are 10:30 …
Donald Urquhart
RAPID CITY — Donald B. Urquhart, age 95, died Friday, May 17, 2024, at St. Martin’s Skilled Nursing in Rapid City, SD. Don was the only child born to Bruce and Pearl (Brown) Urquhart …
Walter Ranft
FILER, Idaho — Walter T. Ranft, 86, of Filer, Idaho, passed away peacefully in his sleep Tuesday, May 14, 2024 Walter was born August 24, 1937, in Beadle County, to Walter L. Ranft and …
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