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Bodies found in pond during search for two Minnesota women
Two bodies have been recovered from a pond in Chaska, Minnesota, during a search for two women who went missing in the early hours of Saturday (October 13).
Opposing accusations lead to four arrests Saturday
Those arrested, all from Watertown, included Scott Schamens, age 59; Trey Petrich, 19; Jase Paladeni, 18, and a 16-year-old female. The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending against several other individuals involved in the incident.
A story for every quilt
As Longtin spoke, volunteer assistants helped pick up each quilt from a mattress piled high with them. They passed the quilts up to volunteers on the ladders, who held the quilts out for an audience of more than 50 people gathered at the Adult Community Center.
Sexual Assault Reported At South Dakota State University
BROOKINGS, S.D. - In an email sent to students at South Dakota State University, authorities confirmed a sexual assault was reported on Sunday.
The First "Passive Home" In Brookings Open Their Doors - KDLT
BROOKINGS, SD- It feels like a homecoming party. For six South Dakota State University Graduate students, this is their “dream house'” coming to life.
2 killed in car that collided with Bethel team bus
WHITEWATER, Wis. (AP) — A bus carrying the women's volleyball team from Bethel University in Minnesota collided with a vehicle in Wisconsin over the weekend, killing the two people in the car.
Brookings School District closed Tuesday after 'threat' found
All schools in the Brookings School District are closed Tuesday, Oct. 16, after a threat was found at Brookings High School, accordingto an announcement on the district web page.
Possible house demolition raises new questions about city's blight program | Pipestone County Star
Ownership of the property may revert to the city, but not always. The first property the city ever demolished in the name of blight, remained in the owner’s possession.
PAS safety grant not selected | Pipestone County Star
PAS applied for a $494,000 safety grant to create a more secure entrance that would route visitors through the middle and high school office, add a vestibule and install a buzzer and check-in system. Superintendent Kevin Enerson submitted the grant at the end of August and found out last week that P
LATI drone captures aerial photos of Olive Place move
Thanks to students and staff at Lake Area Technical Institute, aerial photos from a drone were captured of the Olive Place house moving from its longtime location just north of Watertown to its current location within the northwest part of the city limits on Monday morning.The old house was schedule
Fall Craft & Vendor Show
Russell-Tyler-Ruthton School District releases survey resultsTYLER — Survey results from residents in the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton School District reveal that 77 percent support ...A story for every quiltCoats for Kids program has 200 coats and needs moreMARSHALL — The uncommonly cold October has Minne
Authorities identify teenager who died falling from hood of car
Tanner Schwagel, 16, was riding on the hood of a 2001 Dodge Intrepid headed west on 146th Street, about five miles east of Milbank, when his foot got caught in the front bumper, according to a release from the South Dakota Highway Patrol.
With new school built, White Lake will sell surplus buildings,...
Wayne Haines, of Haines Auction Company in White Lake, will be the lead auctioneer for Sunday's surplus auction of the former school building, four other structures and hundreds of pieces of school equipment. (Matt Gade / Republic)
Arrows maul Mavs 47-7 | Pipestone County Star
Although the referees, umpires and field judges did everything they possibly could to even the playing field, tossing so many flags in the opening quarter that the game often resembled a parade, Pipestone Area (5-1) tallied points on highlight-reel drives throughout the second and third quarters of
County to consider ditch system seedings
The drainage systems of County Ditch (CD) 8, 11, 58, 63, 67, 68, 70 and 71 have recently gone through the benefit redetermination process. The required buffer strips were paid for this spring. Initially, four quotes were received for seeding the buffers.
Two face multiple charges following Pipestone County chase
Two of four individuals taken into custody — Wilson Marin and Elvin Marin — have each been charged with the following by the Pipestone County Attorney: kidnapping-for ransom, reward or as a shield; kidnapping-to commit great bodily harm/terrorize; second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon-fear;
Thune: 100 years in the making
It would be a serious understatement to say pheasant hunting is one of the most highly anticipated outdoor traditions in South Dakota, and its roots go back an entire century. During the state’s first established pheasant season in 1919, which took place in Spink County, lasted just one day, and was
University of Minnesota sees spike in reports of sex assault
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A University of Minnesota report shows rising numbers of sexual assault reports on campus, but experts say that may be the result of increased awareness and not rising crime.The university's 2018 Safety and Security Report shows 19 reports of rape in 2017, up from 10 reports the p
Accused Abuser Keith Ellison Sinking With Minnesota Voters
Even though the media has worked hard to cover for Rep. Keith Ellison, a former member of the Nation of Islam hate group, the no. 2 guy at the DNC and an alleged domestic abuser, Minnesota votersdon't seem to be buying it.
No. 3 Ohio State Appears To Be In Trouble vs. Minnesota
NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 01: Head coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes shouts on the sidelines against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the All State Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)