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Clue #2 medallion hunt 2018 | Pipestone County Star

The medallion is hidden somewhere on lands owned by a public entity, such as the city, county, school district, state or federal governments.

PIPESTONESTAR.COM - 2018-06-19 07:00:29

Storm Center Update- Tuesday AM, June 19th

Good Morning!Heavy rain fell last night north of Sioux Falls. VIPIR indicates over 2" north of Flandreau up toward Lake Benton.The other numbers vary in the 24 hour rainfall totals. The heaviest totals have been in the west. This is the area under a flash flood watch the next 24 to 36 hours.Futur

KELOLAND TV - 2018-06-19 00:00:00

Minnesota police officer arrested for assaulting, threatening wife

ADRIAN, Minn. (KSFY) -A Minnesota police officer is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening and assaulting his wife last week.Adrian Police Chief Shawn Langseth tells KSFY News 43-year-old Richard David Bruns is on administrative leave indefinitely, effective immediately.According to court

KSFY.COM - 2018-06-18 17:18:00

Miles of drinking water pipe defective, lawsuit says

Up to nine miles of pipe that will be used to transport drinking water to residents in Worthington and Adrian, Minn. could be defective, prompting a lawsuit in federal court.

ARGUS LEADER - 2018-06-18 22:45:00

BPD: Drunk driver crashes motorcycle, child passenger not hurt

BROOKINGS – A Brookings man, who had allegedly been drinking, was injured after crashing his motorcycle, but the child riding with him was unhurt, according to Brookings Police.

BROOKINGS REGISTER - 2018-06-19 14:57:14

Southwestern Minn. cop placed on leave after alleged threat

Richard D. Bruns, 43, of Adrian, in the southwestern corner of state, has been put on paid administrative leave indefinitely while the matter is being looked into, Adrian Police Chief Shawn Langseth confirmed Tuesday morning, June 19.On Monday, Bruns was charged with second-degree assault with a dan

BRAINERD DISPATCH - 2018-06-19 15:52:49

Three schools and tribe get juvenile sub-grants

Two South Dakota school districts, American Horse School on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and the Sisseton Wahpeton tribal court system received approval Tuesday for special federal aid administered through the state Council of Juvenile Services.The council met in Mitchell. Meeting audio was ava

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-06-19 19:25:55

Nurse-in, rally planned in Brookings Wednesday

The nurse-in will start at 3 p.m. Wednesday on the Brookings County Courthouse lawn, between the courthouse and the Brookings Public Library. Breastfeeding mothers are encouraged to come nurse their babies at the event, and other community members are welcome to attend as a show of solidarity and su

BROOKINGS REGISTER - 2018-06-19 16:50:51

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

Woodstock man arrested on outstanding warrant during drug raid in Lake Wilson | Pipestone County Star

Robert Timmer, 49, of Woodstock, is in Pipestone County Jail after he was arrested for having an outstanding warrant during a June 6 drug raid in Lake Wilson.

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Kelly's Koffee gets new lease on life | Pipestone County Star

Kelly’s Koffee will reopen with a new owner, Jacoby Hunt.The 21-year-old, originally from the Canby area, is a 2015 Pipestone Area Schools graduate.

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Winter walk-off secures third place for Arrows | Pipestone County Star

“It’s always the same thing, ‘nobody better,’” the senior said. “Anyone on our team could have stepped up and gotten the job done there. We knew what needed to be done.”

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Pipestone firefighters respond to ammonia leak at J&B Group | Pipestone County Star

The Pipestone Fire Department responded to an ammonia leak at J&B Group, 1401 Sioux Dr., early Monday evening.

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Woman says she was held against her will in Sioux Falls since Sunday

The woman told police she had stayed at a friend's house Saturday night and, when she tried to leave the next day, he restrained her and forced her to stay, police spokesman Sam Clemens said.

ARGUS LEADER

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

stay cool, see you at the pool | Pipestone County Star

It starts with Parks and Recreation Director Robert “Pete” Petersen and Bob Bullerman cleaning, completing maintenance and doing any necessary repairs. Up until opening day, the cleaning continues, landscaping is done and the pool is filled. Training is then completed for the lifeguards that number

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A's pick up home split | Pipestone County Star

“Yeah it was good we were able to pick up a split today against a couple First Nite teams,” Pipestone A’s player/manager Danny Moffitt said following the nightcap. “We got Jackson because we stayed tough on the defense; they had a lot of chances to score, but (Austin) Evans stayed strong on the moun

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Ownership change pending for Calumet Inn | Pipestone County Star

Documents are being prepared for the owner of the Historic Calumet Inn to give the historic property back to the financier, who was the previous owner, Vanda Smrkovski.

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2 more people sentenced in deadly Spearfish drug ring

DEADWOOD (AP) — Two more Spearfish residents have been sentenced for their roles in the illegal and deadly drug trade in the city.The Black Hills Pioneer reports that 26-year-old Marcus Pelletier was sentenced to serve a year in prison for drug distribution. Thirty-four-year-old Jeffrey Duex was sen

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SD Inmate convicted 2nd time for assaulting prison employees

A jury in Sioux Falls has convicted a state prison inmate, James Patrick Dornbusch, of four counts of assaulting two prison employees in 2016, state Attorney General Marty Jackley announced Monday.

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