Dec. 7 Boys Basketball Roundup - Mount Vernon/Plankinton edges Kimball/White Lake in Thursday action
WHITE LAKE — Mt. Vernon/Plankinton clipped Kimball/White Lake in boys basketball action on Thursday. KWL’s Blake Leiferman finished with 21 points and 16 boards. Nathan Mohnen added 10 points, while Hudson Heath had eight points and six rebounds. Martin Josserand had three steals. Stanley County 73, Miller 69.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Kimball as of 2023-12-07. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.202, a week ago the price is $3.246 , according to AAA.
Breaking: Former Florida State tailback James Wilder Jr. named Chamberlain (Florida) head football coach
To know where you're going, you need someone who knows how to get you there. Chamberlain High School's hopes are a former state and collegiate national champion will be able to take them to heights that haven't seen in quite some time. Former Florida State running back James Wilder Jr. ...
Chamberlain Defeats Stanley County to Open Season
The Chamberlain Cubs would lead the entire way throughout the first game of the season and would defeat the Stanley County Lady Buffaloes in Ft. Pierre 44-25 on Tuesday night. Chamberlain was able to hold down the Lady Buffs through the first half with a 28-8 to lead although Stanley County would outscore the Cubs in the second half 17-16. The early lead big advantage for the Cubs was too much for the Lady Buffs to overcome in the second half. Cadence Hand would lead the way for the Lady Buffs with nine points, Kaysen Maggee and Mattie Duffy each would have seven. Chamberlain’s Jayna Handel had the game high 21 points for the Cubs and Kinsey Evans would finish with 18.
Doctors on (video) call: Rural medics get long-distance help in treating man gored by bison
GANN VALLEY — Rural medics who rescued rancher Jim Lutter after he was gored by a bison didn’t have much experience handling such severe wounds. But the medics did have a doctor looking over their shoulders inside the ambulance as they rushed Lutter to a hospital. The emergency medicine physician sat 140 miles away in […] The post Doctors on (video) call: Rural medics get long-distance help in treating man gored by bison appeared first on South Dakota Searchlight.
Holiday Magic Makes its Way Back to Jerauld County
KRISTI HINE / TRUE DAKOTAN TOP AND CENTER ROWS: “Winter Magic in the Park” evoked a captivating Christmas sparkle at the Field House and along the trails at the Wessington Springs City Park with horse-drawn wagon rides, hot cocoa and a visit from Santa and The Grinch. The event served as a kick off for Wessington Springs Winter Park Activities, which continues to offer family-friendly activities…
Area Volunteer Fire Departments Among Recipients of State Grant Funding for PPE
Alpena, Buffalo Rural and Wessington Springs were among the South Dakota volunteer fire departments from across the state that have been awarded grants totaling $5 million in funding for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Earlier this year, the South Dakota Legislature passed and Governor Noem signed HB1127 appropriating state general funds to the Department of Public Safety creating the grant program to support local volunteer fire departments.
Dec. 5 Girls Basketball Roundup - Freeman tops Platte-Geddes in season opener
PLATTE — Three players scored in double figures to power Freeman to a girls basketball win over Platte-Geddes on Tuesday. Ashlin Jacobsen finished with 21 points and hit three 3-pointers. Cami Fransen added 19 points and Peyton McCune scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers. Rylee Peters added seven points.
Farmers Union Names Jerauld Co. Farmer Agriculture Ambassador
South Dakota Farmers Union names Jerauld County farmer and lifelong public servant Jim Burg the 2023 Ag Ambassador in recognition of his leadership and dedication to South Dakota agriculture and rural communities. “If Webster Dictionary had an image of what a civil servant looked like, it would be a photo...
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Mobridge, Winner among communities getting Community Development Block Grants
The South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Development has awarded over $8.3 million in Community Development Block Grants to fund projects across South Dakota– including in Mobridge and Winner. Mobridge will use a $1.02-million grant to assist with a wastewater improvement project. Kimball will use a $770,000 grant...
Academy Sports + Outdoors Completes its 2023 New Store Openings with Seven New Locations
Academy Sports + Outdoors ("Academy") (Nasdaq: ASO) a leading full-line sporting goods and outdoor recreation retailer, opened seven new stores across five different states in November 2023 to complete its fiscal 2023 new store openings. Academy opened 14 new stores in fiscal 2023 and plans to continue its expansion efforts goal of opening a total of 120 to 140 new stores by the end of 2027.
Summit Contracting purchases Petersen Ag Systems
PLATTE, S.D. - Summit Contracting, the South Dakota-based leader in construction of farm and grain systems, has signed a purchase agreement with Nebraska-based Petersen Ag Systems, the companies announced today. Summit Contracting will take ownership on Jan. 1, 2024. The union expands Summit Contracting’s footprint with Petersen Ag System’s current...
Christmas Village Display Transforms Jerauld County Courthouse into Winter Wonderland
Standing amidst the snowflocked, sparkling whimsy of the Christmas Village exhibit now on display at the Jerauld County Courthouse, one would never guess that the idea for the holiday attraction was born during a hot, sunny day at the Springs Country Club this past summer. “Teresa Fonder was talking about...
US Senate candidate, family uninjured in South Dakota car crash
(Plankinton, SD) -- A United States Senate candidate from North Dakota, along with her family, is safe after a car accident over the weekend in Aurora County, South Dakota. Katrina Christiansen says she and her family were involved in a crash as another car was attempting to pass a semi, in turn hitting their vehicle.
On Wednesday November 29th Nebo School District held Captains Academy for Winter Sport athletes. There were several great speakers that spoke on Sportsmanship, Leadership, and being kind. Spanish Fork Jr. High was represented well. Kyler Olson represented our Wrestling team, Easton Johnson represented the Boys Basketball team, and Aydree Jacobson...
Trimming the Town for Holiday Season, Upcoming Christmas Festivities
As the calendar turns from November to December, signs of the Christmas season are quickly emerging throughout Jerauld County. From the garland strung across Main Street to ornate holiday displays illuminated on area homes, farms and ranches, a festive feeling is in the air. The much-loved decor adds a festive tone to the holiday season in Wessington Springs, which for many, begins with “Holiday…
Farmers Union announces unique opportunity for local producers
Sharing information and growing networks are the key takeaways offered to agricultural families during the upcoming Farmers Union Tri-State Producers Conference, scheduled for January 5-6, 2024 in Bricktown, Oklahoma City. The conference offers informative seminars and networking for, sharing new information to help producers’ farm/ ranch operations while promoting networking...
Tiger gymnasts host Huron Triangular Thursday
HURON — The Huron Tiger gymnasts were back on the mat for their second competition in three days Thursday night, as they hosted the Chamberlain Cubs and Pierre Governors at the Tiger Activity Center. The Governors emerged with the win in the competitive meet, amassing 133.3 points, edging Chamberlain,...
Kimball and Plankinton among towns certified for Cardiac Ready Communities Program
Statistics show that people who live in rural communities live three years less than people who live in urban areas and death rates from heart disease and stroke are noticeably higher among rural residents. Across rural America, health experts say factors such as ambulance shortages and hospital closures add to...