Claremont, SD

Councilwoman Tiffany Langer’s statement regarding Last Monday’s complaint

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)- At Monday night’s city council meeting Councilwoman Tiffany Langer sent a letter to all council members & media involving a situation that took place on Monday, May 9th. “To my fellow City Councilmembers & the Aberdeen Community. When the aggressive divide of national politics trickle into this...
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Road closures in Aberdeen coming up on Thursday

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Beginning at 8:00am on Thursday, May 19, 2022, the following road will be closed to thru traffic for utility work:. 1st Avenue SW between South 1st Street and South Main Street. The road is expected to remain closed until 11:00am, motorists are advised to take alternate routes...
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Presentation College receives largest donation in university's history

Presentation College received its largest donation yet. The $5 million donation, gifted anonymously, is the largest donation in the school's history, according to a news release. Presentation College President Paula Langteau said the donor is particularly excited about two priorities listed in the school's Strategic Re­Envisioning plan that was announced last fall: the intention to partner with local organizations and an expanded focus on rural health care. ...

District 1 House candidate Logan Manhart candidacy questioned

PIERRE, S.D.(Argus Leader)- A Republican legislative candidate could be pulled from the ballot amid allegations that he’s in violation of South Dakota residency requirements. Logan Manhart is among four candidates for state House in District 1. However, a complaint filed with the Hughes County Court this week contends that...

Special Olympic Torch Run passes through Aberdeen in advance of weekend games

Local athletes are headed to Spearfish this weekend for the Special Olympics Summer Games. Representatives from the South Dakota Special Olympics and athletes walked down South Third Street in Aberdeen Tuesday morning, carrying the torch that will make its way to Spearfish for the games. The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run is planned for 20 towns across the state before the games begin Thursday on the campus of Black Hills State University. Events include volleyball, soccer, swimming, powerlifting, race walking, and track and field. This article originally appeared on Aberdeen News: Special Olympic Torch Run passes through Aberdeen in advance of weekend games

Taste: If something’s not geographically available, try a copycat recipe

I have to admit, I have not yet had Crumbl cookies. I even had a chance to try one recently, but wasn’t feeling like a cookie that morning. The bakery chain started in 2017 in Utah, and I love the idea. It’s a gourmet cookie bakery with more than 300 locations in 36 states — including two in South Dakota, Rapid City and Sioux Falls, and one in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run stops in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run made its way to Aberdeen Tuesday morning. Law enforcement and Special Olympics athletes walked down 3rd Street from Simmons Middle School to Simmons Elementary. The tradition of taking the torch across South Dakota before the state’s Summer...

courses lead to winning business idea for Northern grad

ABERDEEN, S.D. – For recent Northern State University graduate Tawnie Williams, entrepreneurship classes led to her finalizing her thesis—and winning third place in a statewide business competition. Williams, of Rapid City, won $3,000 in the South Dakota Governor’s Giant Vision Student Competition for her idea, SYNOZYME: enzymatic biodegradation...

Novstrup Collects Signatures from Wrong District for Manhart

Al Novstrup is mostly useless as a Senator; he’s completely useless as a petition circulator. Last winter, the District 3 Senator predictably helped circulate election liar Logan Manhart‘s fraudulent nominating petition. Every signature Novstrup collected for Manhart was invalid. Sally Jo Sorensen of Bluestem Prairie has helpfully posted...

students win awards from Brown County Historical Society

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Three Northern State University students won awards for their entries in the Brown County Historical Society’s annual research and writing contest. First place went to Scott Johnson for his paper, “The Rising Star and the Lake of Shining Shells: The Settlement and Pre-1900 History of Watertown, South Dakota.” Johnson is a history major from Watertown, S.D.