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Parody Facebook page of Minnesota town goes viral for snow plow post
Residents of Sanborn, Minnesota, might follow the city's Facebook page, but there's a much better chance they follow the parody account that has taken on a life of its own thanks to a funny status update on Friday.
SDSU, USD women each notch Summit League wins
The South Dakota State and South Dakota women’s basketball teams each notched Summit League victories on Friday. SDSU defeated North Dakota 66-48 and South Dakota downed Oral Roberts 76-72.
More snow on the way
MARSHALL — Another snowstorm hit southern Minnesota on Friday, affecting roads and travel and closing schools. While Marshall had only reported snowfall of around 2 inches by mid-afternoon, powdery flakes kept falling steadily throughout the day.
Gary Gardner to play at Wallace dance Jan. 27
WALLACE — Gary Gardner will play a variety of dancing music Sunday, Jan. 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Wallace Community Center. The public is invited to attend.
Estelline-Hendricks girls win DVC tourney; Arlington advances to boys final
WHITE — Estelline-Hendricks ended Deubrook Area's reign as champion of the Dakota Valley Conference girls basketball tournament with a 58-55 win in the championship game on Saturday.
Prep Basketball: Sting extend string
KERKHOVEN — Yellow Medicine East increased its win streak to eight games after going on the road and knocking off Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 61-54 in Camden Conference play Thursday.
Rising pull factor makes Marshall regional center
A letter writer recently made the claim that city officials are “trying to pretend Marshall is the regional center of southwest Minnesota.” The big complaint was building new facilities when the city is “almost $100 million in debt.” The writer also argued that most of the residents go shopping some
Marshall man pleads guilty in sex sting
MARSHALL — A Marshall man who was charged in connection with a prostitution sting last fall has pleaded guilty to charges of hiring a minor for prostitution. Lyon County court records said a sentencing hearing will be held in March for Todd Mykle Roberts.
UPDATE: Gary man seriously injured in Deuel County crash
GARY, S.D.—Authorities have released the name of one of the people seriously injured in a crash in Deuel County on Monday. The South Dakota Highway Patrol says 27 year-old Steven Geranen Junior of Gary was driving a car eastbound on South Dakota Highway 22, 13 miles east of Clear Lake when he lost c
‘Happy Together Tour’ celebrates 10th anniversary with six classic bands at Deadwood Mountain Grand
DEADWOOD – Six bands that shaped the world of rock-n-roll in the ’60s and ’70s will make a tour stop at Deadwood Mountain Grand on Sunday, Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. The ‘Happy Together Tour – 2019’ will be celebrating their 10th anniversary in the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center featuring The Turtles,
DVC basketball tourney schedule altered
WHITE – The Dakota Valley Conference Boys’ Basketball Tournament semifinal and consolation semifinal games scheduled for Friday were postponed to Saturday. The postponements also caused an alteration of the girls’ schedule.
Icy road blamed for serious accident near Gary
GARY – Two vehicles collided near Gary Monday morning, according to information on the Deuel County Sheriff's Facebook page. The report indicates a passenger car was eastbound on S.D. Highway 22 when it lost control on icy roads, slid across the highway and was struck by a westbound pickup. The acci
Kwasniewski sparks Deuel gymnasts to victory in home quadrangular
CLEAR LAKE — Morgan Kwasniewski won three individual events and the all-around title to lead Deuel to victory in a high school gymnastics quadrangular on Tuesday. The Cardinals topped the field with a score of 141.45. West Central was second at 127.3, followed by Sisseton at 121.6 and Britton-Hecla
District 4 Legislative Cracker Barrel set for Jan. 26
CLEAR LAKE — Voters will get to ask District 4 legislators questions and voice concerns at a cracker barrel hosted by Dakota Rural Action and Farmers Union later this month. The cracker barrel will take place on Saturday, January 26, at 1 p.m. at the Clear Lake Municipal Building.
PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall wrestling takes home pair of wins over Luverne, Pipestone Area
PIPESTONE — Fresh off last week’s insertion into the Class A rankings, the No. 11-ranked Marshall Tigers didn’t want to give up their spot in the polls. The Tigers season remains unblemished after recording a 75-0 win over Luverne and topping Pipestone Area 71-6 on Tuesday night.
Brookings Area Singles Club to hold dance Saturday
The Brookings Area Singles Club will hold its next dance on Saturday, Jan. 19, from 8 p.m. to midnight at the White Community Club in White. The band Highway Call will be providing the dance music. Door prizes will be awarded and attendees are welcome to bring snacks to share.
Country Twisters compete in All American Invite
CLEAR LAKE — The Country Twisters compete over the weekend in the All American Invite youth gymnastics meet at Sioux Falls. The meet featured gymnasts from South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska.
Parsley scores school-record 32 points in Fliers’ win over Cardinals
CLEAR LAKE – Flandreau’s Hannah Parsley scored a school-record 32 points as the Fliers blasted Deuel 78-44 in a Lake Central Conference girls’ basketball game Tuesday. The junior was 15-of-18 on field goals, including 1-of-2 from 3-point range, and 1-of-3 at the free-throw line.
tru Shrimp news is a call for action in Minnesota
Two years ago tru Shrimp delivered the news that Marshall did not want to hear. The innovative agriculture company based in Balaton would build its first commercial shrimp hatchery and harbor in Luverne.
PREP WRESTLING: Top-five tangle
MINNEOTA – As the spotlight shined down on the mat, a pair of Top 5 heavyweight teams stood facing each other looking to gain not only a key conference dual victory, but a push even further in the right direction towards the rest of their season.