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Watertown man gets 50 years in fatal shooting

WATERTOWN - A Watertown man received a sentence Wednesday of 50 years, with 10 years suspended, for fatally shooting a 17-year-old recent Watertown High School graduate in June. In front of a packed courtroom at the Codington County Courthouse, Third Judicial Circuit Court Judge Carmen Means imposed

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-21 17:20:55

Sentences for physical, sexual assault total over 44 years for Granite Falls man

GRANITE FALLS - A man charged with physically and sexually assaulting a woman he knew was sentenced last week in Yellow Medicine County District Court to consecutive sentences totaling over 44 years in prison. Marlow Vincent LaBatte Jr., 34, of Granite Falls, was sentenced March 14 for two first-deg

WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE - 2018-03-21 01:26:00

Fires Hit Properties in Watertown, Clear Lake and Gary

(KXLG)- It has been a wild 24 hours in Northeast South Dakota with three fire calls at Watertown and one in Clear Lake where a home was destroyed. Watertown Fire Rescue was called most recently to a fire at the TEREX Manufacturing facility at the Watertown Airport. Workers were inside the structure

DRGNEWS.COM - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Bloody day in Syria for women and children on Mother's Day

BEIRUT (AP) - In one of the deadliest attacks in the Syrian capital in the country's seven-year civil war, at least 44 people, most of them women and children, were killed when insurgents fired mortar shells on a busy market in Damascus, state media said Wednesday. In another bloody scene, an airstr

WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION - 2018-03-21 16:07:37

Pipestone man convicted of credit card fraud

Mark James Surdezsmith, 22, of Pipestone, was convicted of credit card fraud, a gross misdemeanor. He received a stay of imposition and was placed on one year probation, successful completion of which will result in a misdemeanor conviction. He must also pay $85 in fines, surcharges and fees. Acco

PIPESTONESTAR.COM - 2018-03-21 11:00:07

WFR crews respond to three structure fires

Watertown Fire Rescue crews had a busy last 24 hours after responding to a garage fire early Monday afternoon, an apartment fire a short time later and an early morning fire at the Terex-FGI manufacturing plant located at 2813 Piper Avenue on Tuesday morning. WFR was called to the Terex plant at app

WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION - 2018-03-20 14:50:00

Fire guts garage but house spared

Watertown Fire Rescue crews managed to douse a fire at 403 Herzog Drive early Monday afternoon. According to an on scene report, homeowner Dan Boone was working on a snowmobile when the fire started. The fire completely gutted the garage, but the nearby proximity of Fire Station 2 allowed crews to q


Looking for artists to take on city hall: Granite Falls, Minn., looking to embed artist in city

Ashley Hanson recently got the go-ahead from the city council in Granite Falls, Minn., to work towards putting together an artist-in-residency program to embed an artist in the city. Hanson believes there is no other community of under 10,000 with an embedded artist, even though small communities ma


Fire station to be dedicated

BROOKINGS - The City of Brookings will officially dedicate its new South Main Avenue Fire Station located at 319 26th St. S. on April 5. The public is welcome to attend the dedication and open house from 5-7 p.m. with a ribbon cutting and official dedication program at 6 p.m. Designed by JLG Archite

BROOKINGS REGISTER - 2018-03-20 14:53:28

BHS band students safe after collision

BROOKINGS - Brookings High School students were safe and sound with no injuries after a pickup truck failed to stop at a stop sign, striking the door of the bus they were riding in early Sunday morning. The BHS drumline students had been at a marching competition held Saturday at Dassel-Cokato High

BROOKINGS REGISTER - 2018-03-20 15:01:29

Trump a tough guy? That's a laugh

There are all sorts of possible reasons to admire Donald Trump, but none more imaginative than one offered by a fan attending his Pennsylvania rally before Tuesday's congressional election. Trump's planned meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un, said retiree Paul Ambrose, was the product of his unfl


Watertown native comes home to talk about new book

Watertown native David Kinsman will be at ddr books Tuesday, March 20, to talk about his new book "Hope Has Arrived" and will sign copies afterward. The event begins at 7 p.m. The bookstore is at 7 S. Maple in downtown Watertown. Kinsman, a 1980 graduate of WHS and the 1979 Chief of Arrows, is one o