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Ex-Aberdeen doctor to admit to distributing opioids
A former Aberdeen physician is charged with illegally distributing opioids.Dr. Troy E. Adolfson was indicted by a federal jury on the felony drug distribution charge and arrested in Iowa on June 13, according to court documents.The case was set to go to trial this week, but a plea agreement has been
Former Aberdeen physician is charged with illegally distributing...
The case was set to go to trial this week, but a plea agreement has been reached. According to court documents, Adolfson intends to enter a guilty plea to one federal count of distribution of a controlled substance.Court documents indicate that between Jan. 9 and April 17, 2017, Adolfson wrote presc
Weekend Digital Features: The Game of Aberdeen, new fire truck features and Cheers!
Ever dreamed of having your own monopoly on popular Aberdeen businesses from days of yore? The Game of Aberdeen, produced by the Aberdeen Jayc…
One taken to hospital following Thursday crash involving pedestrian
Theft: Report taken at the 1200 block of Bobbie Drive, 2:32 p.m. Thursday.Drugs: Report taken at the 900 block of South 17th Street, 1:34 p.m. Thursday.Theft: Report taken at the 1200 block of Eighth Avenue Northeast, 12:06 p.m. Thursday.
Firefighters called to grain dryer, combine fires
Theft: Report taken at the 200 block of North Fourth Street, 2:13 p.m. Friday.Theft: Report taken at the 2200 block of South Roosevelt Street, 1:49 p.m. Friday.Structure fire: Columbia firefighters were called to near the intersection of 397th Avenue and 130th Street for a fire in a grain dryer, 1:3
Lusk: Aberdeen man who ran Tradehome Shoes turns over leadership to Ipswich grad
In 1976, Patrick Teal walked into Tradehome Shoes in downtown Aberdeen as the business's newest part-time employee.During a recent interview, he wouldn't go so far to say he thought at that time he would eventually run the company. But after being promoted to a Tradehome manager in North Dakota, he
Aberdeen Central playoff game to kick off at 4 p.m. Thursday
The Aberdeen Central Class 11AAA football playoff contest against Sioux Falls Roosevelt will kick off at 4 p.m. at Howard Wood Field Thursday in Sioux Falls.Central is the No. 8 seed in the playoffs and will face the top-seeded Rough Riders for the first time this season.
Aberdeen revises ordinance restricting parking on boulevards
Editor’s note: Public notices are published daily in the American News Classifieds section and atAberdeenNews.com/classifiedsonline. This is a digest of some recent notices, which are paid for by public bodies. These notices are your right to know.A revised ordinance approved by the Aberdeen City Co
Man involved in North Main Street standoff admits to drug charge
An Aberdeen man involved in an April standoff on North Main Street has pleaded guilty to unrelated counts of felony possession of methamphetamine and felony aggravated eluding.Nathan C. Little, 27, was involved in a four-hour standoff with the Aberdeen Police Department the night of April 11. Accor
Levsen: Sustainability, a city bypass and rude neighbor
Question:Why does the city of Aberdeen not have a sustainability committee to deal with conservation and environmental issues? Rapid City has one.Answer:Although there is no designated city government committee, efforts to conserve energy and deal with related issues have been tried by individual de
Northern student found dead in residence hall
A Northern State University student was found dead this morning in a residence hall on campus.Curtis LeMair is listed as a freshman from Shakopee, Minn., on the Northern wrestling roster.
Hunting history: 100 years of pheasants
Pheasants are believed to have been introduced in the state as early as 1891.A E. Cooper and E.L. Elbert released a small batch of pheasants on their land in Spink County in 1908, though the pheasants likely didn't survive the year's harsh winter storms.More birds were released in Spink County in 19
Domestic violence calls in Aberdeen tick down from 2016 high
*Gina Karst, executive director as Safe Harbor, previously cautioned that these numbers do not reflect the number of domestic violence incidents in Aberdeen. The above numbers are only the incidents that have been reported to the Aberdeen Police Department. Aberdeen Police Department Capt. Eric Duve
Domestic abuse survivor 'owns her story' to help others
Jenna Schiller speaks about the unimaginable.Unimaginable to some; she knows other women have similar stories.Her story begins with a manipulative, charismatic abuser. She thought Dennis Aasen would kill her. But Schiller is still alive. And Aasen, who will be 46 Oct. 22, is in prison in a maximum-s
Everything hunters need to know about South Dakota's 100th pheasant season
Ready for the hunt of the century?It's the 100th season of pheasant hunting in South Dakota, and here is what you need to know about all things pheasant and fun — from license information to entertainment options — in the Aberdeen area.Licenses
Former Prior Lake wrestler found dead in college dorm room
ABERDEEN, S.D. (KMSP)- A college freshman from Prior Lake, Minnesota was found dead in his dorm room early Wednesday morning, according to his college.
Sutton rallies supporters in Aberdeen Wednesday
Billie Sutton came through Aberdeen Wednesday to rally supporters as the general election draws near.With 20 days left before the election, Sutton said, the election is going to be tight, which means every vote is going to count. In his brief comments at Wednesday's meet-and-greet, Sutton said there
Vapors from cleaning materials ignited in Monday evening fire
Harassment: Report taken at the 300 block of South Centennial, 11:33 p.m. Monday.Structure fire: Aberdeen Fire & Rescue called to the 1300 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest, 9:42 p.m. Monday. Battalion Chief JR Huebner said the owner of the home was using a sealant material and the vapors ignited whe
Man dies of natural causes in his yard
Carlsen said the elderly man died in his yard. He was not on the roof, although there was a ladder out, Carlsen said.
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