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Karl Palmer, 50, of Fort Pierre, passed away Saturday, April 8, 2017 near Fort Pierre. [Read More]
Two track meets. Three first place finishes. [Read More]
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With warm weather fast approaching, South Dakotans spend more times outdoors, and because of that, they may want to watch for creepy crawlies such as... [Read More]
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Worshipful Master of the Pierre Masonic Lodge 27 Nathan Sanderson gives Mayor Laurie Gill the Outstanding Citizen Award for her work and contribution to the... [Read More]
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The Game, Fish and Parks Department's decision to close public access points on 24 non-meandered lakes in the state has already started to draw hunters... [Read More]
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The Pierre area was hit by some light thunderstorms and a little bit of snow over last weekend, but the weather is expected to settle... [Read More]
 Spring wheat planting is on the normal pace across South Dakota, in terms of percent of the crop in the ground. But the acres farmers... [Read More]
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Veteran Fort Pierre fishing guide Karl Palmer drowned Saturday in Lake Oahe trying to catch his drifting boat, rescue officials said. [Read More]
Karl Palmer, 50, of Fort Pierre, passed away Saturday, April 8, 2017 near Fort Pierre. [Read More]
Federal prosecutors have charged four people - a pit boss, two dealers and a gambler - with conspiring to steal $10,000 from blackjack tables at... [Read More]
When a young woman wanted to turn a love of fashion into a gainful career, she didn't have to leave South Dakota's landscape for New... [Read More]
As Tax Day - April 18 this year - approaches, we are confronted once again with the apparently enduring reality that Americans hate to pay... [Read More]
Without water we die. [Read More]
Installation of new utility meters in Fort Pierre is moving toward completion this year thanks to some changes in the city's budget. [Read More]
The guests participate at the Masonic Model Student Assistance Program's 19th annual Baked Steak Dinner. The dinner is a fundraiser for the program, which helps... [Read More]
The Pierre Governors tennis team lost three times on Saturday at the Huron Quadrangular, but Kaden Hight continues to shine. [Read More]
The American Association of University Women hosted their 29th annual used book and media sale at the Northridge Plaza in Pierre over the weekend. [Read More]
Faith Lutheran Church in Pierre celebrated Palm Sunday by holding a live recreation of Leonardo Da Vinci's famous painting "The Last Supper". [Read More]
The Pierre Youth Orchestra celebrated their 5th anniversary with their musicians as well as local performers in the area such as Larry Johnson, Karen Lindbloom,... [Read More]
Federal prosecutors have charged four people - a pit boss, two dealers and a gambler - with conspiring to steal $10,000 from blackjack tables at... [Read More]
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