Wednesday , 28 June 2017

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Day County family keeps old-fashioned family farming alive

A year ago, Kenny Anderson bought an old International Power Binder because he didn’t want the tradition of the Andersons harvesting grain by hand to go away. Anderson's son and grandson, Bryan and Hayden Anderson, had never operated a vintage binder until this month when they and Kenny harvested a field of oats on the Anderson farm. Read More »

Waubay apiarist as busy as his bees

When he isn’t keeping busy as a county commissioner or working with his construction equipment, Waubay resident Gary Block is the travel agent for a semiload of “busy bees” who pollinate crops all over the country on a year-round basis. Read More »

Enemy Swim Sanitation District strives to make lake pollution free

For more than a decade a group of concerned Enemy Swim homeowners have battled to make the dream of a pristine northeast South Dakota lake come true. The Enemy Swim Sanitation District was formed over 10 years ago, and its first goal was to create a system that would collect and treat wastewater rather than see it seep into the lake. There were some bumps in the road along the way. Read More »

Dr. Barbara Johnson sheds light on stained glass in Clark County

“You have a lot of treasures in your county. I was very impressed with what I’ve seen visiting churches and buildings these last few weeks,” SD Humanities Council speaker Dr. Barbara Johnson stated. Dr. Johnson, of Aberdeen, spent the last three years looking at thousands of windows in South Dakota, making a report to be used for the Light of the Prairie special that was recently on South Dakota’s Public Broadcasting station. Read More »

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