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Putting the ‘fun’ in Fun Run

But this was the Hat Daze Inflatable Fun Run. Runners split up two by two, starting the run by diving into waist-high inflatable tunnels. From that point onward, they’d be alternating running with climbing, sliding and hopping through bounce-house style obstacles.

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-06-18 00:00:00

Cars collide in Clear Lake accident

The Deuel County Sheriff’s Office, Deuel County Ambulance, Clear Lake Fire Department and S.D. Highway Patrol responded to the crash. The Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.

WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION - 2018-06-18 14:05:00

Brookings County court report, 5-3 to 5-10

Brandon Yeong Chang, 23, Rapid City, unauthorized ingestion of controlled substance in schedules I or II, fined $1,000 and sentenced to three years in the state penitentiary, all prison time suspended upon conditions imposed by the court, suspended execution of sentence.

BROOKINGS REGISTER - 2018-06-18 14:45:46

Serial burglar sentenced in Milan thefts

Chad Michael Larson, 41, was convicted on one count of burglary in the second degree. Under the terms of a plea agreement, the court dismissed a second charge of burglary in the second degree involving the theft of an ATM machine from Prairie Sun Bank in Milan.Larson is currently serving time at a M

WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE - 2018-06-18 14:31:00

YOUTH BASEBALL: Blazing a trail in Cooperstown

The Marshall Blaze Baseball Club will play in one of those tournaments, from August 26-31. The team is guaranteed a minimum of seven games, and players will also compete in various skills competitions.

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-06-19 00:00:00

SD dairy industry continues to grow, add economic value

GOODWIN, S.D. — South Dakota's dairy industry is growing rapidly, and the public is getting to see that for themselves during June Dairy Month open houses hosted by Ag United of South Dakota.

PRAIRIEBUSINESSMAGAZINE.COM - 2018-06-18 16:27:47

Immigration is not the only border issue

Well, the Mexican drug cartels act as businesses. No matter how many walls the U.S. builds along the border, these cartels will find ways to ship their product. U.S. law enforcement officials say super labs in Mexico are becoming more and more efficient. And the cartels are getting more sophisticate

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT - 2018-06-19 00:00:00

AME Chapel To Present Margot

Margot is an Americana-rock band from Minneapolis, featuring Yankton-native Hunter Baugh. Lyrically, their songs harken back to the socially conscious folk music of the ‘60s and ‘70s, while their sound is a rock-n-roll infused Americana that’s just as likely to burst into wild three-part harmony as

YANKTON DAILY PRESS - 2018-06-18 03:46:00

Daktronics to Provide New Centerhung System for University of Cincinnati at Fifth Third Arena

BROOKINGS, S.D. – June 15, 2018– Fifth Third Arena on campus at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio is receiving a technology upgrade with 36 new LED displays fromDaktronics(NASDAQ-DAKT) of Brookings, South Dakota. The main focus will be the new nine-display centerhung configuration featuring 3.9 m

DIGITALSIGNAGECONNECTION.COM - 2018-06-18 08:55:08

South Dakota losing fight against resurgent STDs

Once believed to be mostly under control, sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV/AIDS are all on the rise in South Dakota and across the nation, reaching near-historic infection rates.

ABERDEEN NEWS

Wednesday morning crashes in Green Valley, Marshall linked

Suzanne Morgan said she was stopped at the stoplight at the intersection of Minnesota Highway 23 and U.S. Highway 59 around 9 a.m. Wednesday, when an SUV passed her on her driver’s side. Morgan said the passing SUV knocked off her driver’s side mirror and went through the red light at the intersecti

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT

School’s out, but fun’s not

It was mid-June, and classes were in session this week at Marshall High School. These weren’t the kind of classes you got graded on, however — these were strictly for fun. In the art classroom, a group of area kids were learning how to turn pieces of fence wire and stretchy stockings into colorful s

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT

Mexican drug cartel ‘flooded our market’ with meth

“The reason for that, is the Mexican cartel has literally flooded our market with methamphetamine,”Jody Gladis told members of the Marshall Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday. He heads the Brown-Lyon- Redwood-Renville Drug Task Force.

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT

Granite Falls man faces four felonies for alleged sexual ass...

Gabriel Joseph Ross, 30, is charged with four felonies of first-degree, second-degree, third-degree and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct. He made his initial court appearance last week in Chippewa County District Court. His next court date is July 17.

WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE

Farmers thankful for nitrogen rule delay

“While formal implementation the rule is not scheduled to occur until 2020, the Legislature invoked Section 14.126 of state law, effectively pausing the rule to allow the next Legislature to further examine the issue during the 2019 session,”he said.

MARSHALL INDEPENDENT

Advocate: White lions are as predatory as any tawny lion

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Tracy Barrett, who graduated from Lead-Deadwood High School in 1979, developed a love for Africa and lions when she was 5 years old."It was at the Homestake Theater, my mother took me to 'Born Free' the movie, and as soon as I saw the landscape of Africa and the lions, I woul

ABERDEEN NEWS

Mother releases video of SDSU officer handcuffing daughter

The videowas played during Monday's court appearance for Mentele's older daughter, Lillian Mentele, who was found guilty of obstruction for trying to intervene in the arrest. A resisting charge was dropped. Madison was never charged.

ROANOKE TIMES

Phony $50 bill detected at local business

“An individual came in and attempted to pass a counterfeit $50 bill,” Powers said. “He attempted to use it to purchase something. When it wasn’t accepted, I believe he used other money.

BROOKINGS REGISTER

No summer vacation for BBP

However, one agency that helps battle food insecurity in school-aged children continues its good work during the summer months: the Brookings Backpack Project, “by providing nutritious and easy-to-prepare meals and snacks,” enough to cover a weekend, according to BBP coordinator Cathy Ching.

BROOKINGS REGISTER

Revillo country jamboree set for June 24

REVILLO — Musicians from local and surrounding communities will perform at the country jamboree Sunday, June 24 at 2 p.m. in the Revillo Community Center.A free-will offering will be accepted for admission and lunch. Door prizes will be awarded.

WATERTOWN PUBLIC OPINION