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Sisseton man arrested following pursuit in Brookings County

BROOKINGS, S.D.–A Sisseton man was arrested by authorities in Brookings County following a vehicle pursuit. It started early Thursday morning, just after 3:30, when a deputy attempted to stop a Jeep Cherokee in Volga. The vehicle fled and the officer began a pursuit, but eventually stopped the chase after...
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Bien Ranch receives South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award

The Bien Ranch of Veblen has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award®. Given in honor of renowned conservationist Aldo Leopold, the award recognizes farmers, ranchers and forestland owners who inspire others with their dedication to the land, water and wildlife habitat management on private, working land.

Rudolph “Rudy” Sckerl

The Mass of Christian Burial for Rudolph “Rudy” Sckerl was held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 7, 2022 at St. John de Britto Catholic Church of Britton, SD. Rev. Fr. Albert Cizewski officiated and interment was in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery of Lake City, SD. Closed casket visitation was one hour preceding the funeral at the church on Saturday.

Richard A. Evenson

Memorial Service for Richard A. Evenson, 81, of Sisseton, SD, was held on Monday, May 2, 2022 at 1:25 p.m. at the Family Life Assembly of God Church, Sisseton, SD, with Pastor Vern Donnell officiating. Inurnment was in the Sisseton Cemetery, Sisseton, SD, with Military Honors by Otto-Quande-Renville American Legion...
AG Week

Soaked fields set back crops up and down the Red River Valley

WYNDMERE, N.D. — The days of rain have soaked farm fields so much, most farmers cannot plant yet. Now they are running out of time, piling on to what is already a challenging year for growers in light of parts shortages and rising diesel prices. Water has very few...

Annual pack it up, pass it on event scheduled to take place May 19-20

The annual Pack it Up, Pass it On event is scheduled to take place May 19-20 from 11-4pm in the UW-Eau Claire Water St. parking lot. The annual event allows students to bring furniture, household items and mattresses to the lot to be donated or disposed of, free of charge. Students must have their Blugold ID in order to drop off or dispose of items.

Sisseton Redmen Track Teams travel to Milbank

The Sisseton Redmen Girls and Boys Track Teams traveled to Milbank on Tuesday, May 3, for the Valley Queen Invitational at A.B. Campbell Stadium. Two Sisseton athletes took first place in an event, Rylie Huff in the Girls 300 Meter Hurdles in a time of 50.31, and Jason Fisher in the Boys High Jump, going 5’5”. For more on this story and many more please purchase a copy of the Sisseton Courier on news stands now or purchase a copy of the E-edtion on this website..

Sisseton girls golfers travel to Dell Rapids

The Sisseton Redmen Girls Golf Team traveled to Dell Rapids on Tuesday, May 3, to compete in the Quarrier Girls Invite. Sisseton’s Elliot Hortness took 26th place shooting a 101. The Sisseton Girls Golf Team will travel to Madison on Thursday, May 12, and Aberdeen on Monday, May 16, for the NEC Golf Meet.