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Goodbye, 2020! What a year! [Read More]
Watertown Public... [Read More]
Donald Trump's America has plunged below rock bottom. The coronavirus has taken hundreds of thousands of lives. Trump has spent years debasing our foundational institutions... [Read More]
Like Donald Trump, Kristi Noem is dangerous, not just to South Dakota, but to America. Inspired by Trump's successful exploitation of demagoguery to achieve and... [Read More]
Kathryn "Kathy" Bartz, age 77 of Browns Valley, died Thursday, January 14, 2020, at Sanford Broadway Medical Center in Fargo. [Read More]
Glenn W. Johnson, age 92 of Watertown, SD passed away Friday, January 15, 2021 at Country View Assisted Living in Florence. [Read More]
Daniel C. Powell, age 62 of Kranzburg, SD, passed away on Sunday, January 10, 2021, at his residence. [Read More]
Entrepreneurs across South Dakota are already taking steps to claim a share of the state's soon-to-be-legal marijuana market, but legislators and regulators are off to... [Read More]
Mary Scott, age 99 of Milbank, died on January 12, 2021, at St. Williams Care Center, just seven days shy of her 100th birthday. [Read More]
Threats against U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson have regularly been part of his time as an elected official, but in the week following the Capitol Hill... [Read More]
For nearly three months, Camp Mniluzahan has been providing shelter, warm meals and a sense of community for Rapid City's homeless population. [Read More]
Nebraska lawmakers are reserving the right to not meet as scheduled on Tuesday due to the expected armed protests at state capitols around the country. [Read More]
These South Dakota lotteries were drawn Friday:... [Read More]
The Watertown Lakers varsity boys hockey team kicked off a busy weekend with a 5-3 win over the Aberdeen Cougars in a South Dakota Amateur... [Read More]
Today's Highlight in History:... [Read More]
One person died Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash northwest of Watertown. [Read More]
Our Character & Leadership programs empower youth to support and influence their club and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image, participate... [Read More]
The same wintry weather conditions that wiped out Thursday's area high school athletic schedule also did the same to most of Friday's schedule. [Read More]
Like any schoolboy, I was both giddy and awed when I walked into the U.S. Capitol for the first time. Here Abraham Lincoln walked and... [Read More]
With the South Dakota Department of Health's announcement that some groups in Phase 1D will be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines beginning next week, the... [Read More]
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