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Tonic Sol Fa beats the heat with an indoor concert; Jej from The Voice will sing at the band shell, casino on July 4. Tonic Sol Fa beats the heat with an indoor ...
Darlene M. Lohnes Moody County Enterprise
Darlene M. Lohnes, 93, of Sioux Falls, SD, passed away Thursday, July 11, 2019 at Sanford USD Medical Center, Sioux Falls. Darlene was born June 19, 1926 ...
What a Weekend! Moody County Enterprise
A weekend of celebrating brought together thousands of locals, former residents and guests for a once-in-a-lifetime hometown 150th birthday party in Flandreau.
Pastor Ronald D. Thoreson Moody County Enterprise
Pastor Ronald D. Thoreson Pastor Ron Thoreson was born on Aug. 23, 1938 in Flandreau, S.D. He went home to be with his Lord on July 6, 2019.
Events calendar 6-29-19 Brookings Register
The Giving Closet fundraiser continues from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, June 29, at 1303 Trail Ridge Road, Brookings. The event includes a garage sale, walking ...
Meet the new teachers at Flandreau Moody County Enterprise
When the first bell rings this morning, Flandreau public school children will meet nine new teachers who will help them during this school year. Classes start at ...
Heartland 4-H Rodeo and Ambassador Contest begins Friday Plainsman
The 2019 Heartland 4-H Rodeo Ambassador contest will begin Friday with speeches and interviews at 5:30 p.m. at Ryan's Hangar, with the horsemanship ...
Coach sticks with helping athletes Moody County Enterprise
Adolph earns National Recognition Georgia Adolph never played volleyball or participated in track and field in high school. But nearly 50 years later, she is ...
Federal judge from Flandreau garners piece of state history Brookings Register
FLANDREAU – Flandreau native Karen Schreier has the distinction of being the first female judge appointed by a president to serve in South Dakota.
It's Homecoming Week. Moody County Enterprise
The Flandreau High School homecoming parade will begin at 1 p.m. Friday with a route that takes entries down Second Avenue and back to the school.
Parents: District math scores call for advanced learning options Moody County Enterprise
Many Flandreau High School graduates are underprepared for college math, and some district parents say adding advanced math in seventh grade would help.
Flandreau singers attend All State Chorus Moody County Enterprise
These Flandreau High School students participated in All State Chorus and Orchestra this past weekend out in Rapid City. They rehearsed for 2 days and ...
To attend Girls' State Moody County Enterprise
Taryn St. Pierre will represent Flandreau High School as a delegate at the upcoming SD American Legion Auxiliary Girls State session May 27-June 1.
Arla M. Ailts Moody County Enterprise
Arla M. (Simons) Ailts died in her home in Sioux Falls at age 90 surrounded by her family on June 15, 2019. Arla Margaret was born in Flandreau on December ...
Man accused of making terrorist threat at South Dakota State University KSFY
A 19-year-old man is facing several charges, including making a terrorist threat, after police say he threatened other students at South Dakota State University in ...
Drama students head to state One-Act Play with the comedy “Miss Beth” Moody County Enterprise
The Flandreau High School One-act Play cast and crew advanced to perform at the South Dakota State One-Act Festival this Friday. The crew performed the ...
Jane Frost Pipestone County Star
Jane Frost, 80, Pipestone, died Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at Good Samaritan Communities of Pipestone. Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 8 at Christ the ...
After his son was killed, Aberdeen man opens up about addiction and family AberdeenNews.com
Jerry Pinnick knows too well how a spiderweb works.
Authorities secretive about high-speed chase that shattered three lives Sioux Falls Argus Leader
A high speed chase ended with three seriously injured. Family members say it never should have occurred.
Wind Street business changes mean city liquor licenses spoken for Moody County Enterprise
Three Wind Street businesses are making changes that will lead to more eating and drinking establishments in downtown Flandreau. Brookings-based ROK ...
Lost at sea after fatal mission, Lt. William Q. Punnell returns home Sioux Falls Argus Leader
When his plane went down under heavy anti-aircraft fire on July 25, 1944, Lt. William Q. Punnell left behind a bride and an unborn son he would never meet.
Family, friends work on addition for injured Egan woman Moody County Enterprise
An addition to an Egan home will help Morgan Ten Eyck live and continue needed therapy with her family nearby. Family and friends started building the space ...
Flandreau teen model speaks out against bullying, suicide Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Marilyn Allen's role as a leader continues to expand as her modeling career takes off.
Mike Dibbern, 56 Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Mike Dibbern, 56, passed away Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at his home in Trent, SD. Michael “Mike” Dibbern was born December 16, 1958 in Sioux Falls, SD ...
Governor names Don Kirkegaard as Secretary of Education KSFY
Governor Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Don Kirkegaard of Sturgis to serve as South Dakota Secretary of Education.
Local businesses offer several Veterans Day events and deals KSFY
A number of businesses and organizations are providing activities or specials to honor those who have served in the armed forces for Veterans Day.
Students attend vocal competition Moody County Enterprise
These Flandreau High School Choir students attended the Region 2 Vocal Solo & Ensemble Contest at Augustana College on March 12th. Performances ...
Callison: Two nuns from S.D. part of new music CD Sioux Falls Argus Leader
A Flandreau and a Dell Rapids native, members of the Carmelite Sisters, sing on a new CD.
SDVMA holds 127th Annual Meeting Farm Forum
The South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association held its 127th Annual Meeting at the Ramkota Convention Center in Sioux Falls Aug. 12–15. The meeting ...
Ranking 10,010 Girls By Average XC Finish MileSplit
10010 cross country runners ranked by their average finish place during the cross country season with a minimum of three races.
Whitney: Hero stands tall in Harrisburg Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Maybe Harrisburg needed a hero. In a town that has grown from rural outpost to thriving suburb over a brief burst of time, new angles emerge and old.
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