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Aberdeen man involved in rollover near Selby

An Aberdeen man suffered minor injuries in a rollover accident near Selby Friday morning, according to a release from the Walworth County Sheriff's Office. The driver of a box delivery truck, Randall Williams, 60, was westbound on U.S. Highway 12 when he lost control after fishtailing, slid into the

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-23 19:24:57

Early closures and cancellations for Friday, March 23

Bowdle - Closing at 1 p.m. Clark - Closing at 1 p.m. Edmunds Central - No focus classes today. Eureka - Closing at 12:45 p.m. Groton Area - Closing at 1 p.m. Busses will run accordingly. Leola - Closing at noon. Members can view today's newspaper online at http://www.mynewsonthego.com/aberdeen. Free

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-23 17:00:00

Semi truck crash brings traffic to a halt near Mina Friday

A single-vehicle crash involving a semi truck on the Mina overpass caused U.S. Highway 12 to be closed for an hour and a half Friday. The crash was reported at 11:31 a.m., at mile marker 276. That's about half a mile west of Mina. No one was injured in the crash, according to Tony Mangan, public inf

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-24 01:22:03

Officials: Bomb threat at Holgate school unfounded

Authorities and school officials say there is no danger to students after a bomb threat with a future date was discovered to be written on a bathroom stall at Holgate Middle School. Aberdeen School District Assistant Superintendent Camille Kaul said the bomb threat was discovered Friday afternoon at

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-23 22:13:00

Lusk: How to watch the Wolves at home; bars and restaurants showing the game

Those without tickets to the biggest game in Northern State University basketball history can still get in on the action, without even leaving Aberdeen or the comfort of his or her own home. While several area bars have planned viewing parties with accompanying specials, there are streaming, listeni

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-23 19:47:00

Man who helped steal puppy from ailing Aberdeen police officer gets 30 days in jail

A Minnesota man involved in the theft of a puppy belonging to an Aberdeen police officer who was recovering from brain surgery has pleaded guilty to being an accessory to a felony. Hassan M. Yusef, 19, of Eden Prairie was sentenced earlier this month to 30 days in jail with credit for four days serv


Lusk: Kessler's second location may be the first of many

Expanding into Miller is just the first step toward a loftier goal for Kessler's Food & Liquor. In a March 13 memo, owner and Executive Vice President Reed Kessler announced the business is in the process of purchasing Tucker's SuperValu Foods, 308 N. Broadway, Miller. Kessler's hopes it won't be it

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-22 11:31:37

Shop fire near Barnard caused by sparks from grinding work

A shop fire near Barnard Friday afternoon resulted in minor damage. The fire was reported around 1 p.m. at a property at 37727 105th St. in Brown County, which is 6 miles north and 11 miles west of Barnard. Brown County Emergency Management Director Scott Meints said the fire resulted in minor damag

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-23 20:45:01

Candle lit other items on fire, sparking apartment blaze

An apartment fire just north of the Northern State University campus early Friday morning has been linked to a candle that was lit and sitting on a desk inside one of the apartments. The fire started shortly after midnight at 215 12th Ave. S.E. The three-story building with seven apartments has sign


Traffic rerouted on East Melgaard following morning crash, at least 1 injured

Officers responded to a series of crashes Tuesday shortly after 8 a.m. Melgaard Road was closed for about 45 minutes between South Lloyd Street and South Cochrane Street while officers were assessing damage and injuries. American News photo by Megan Rosendahl At least one person was injured in a cra


Man accused of filming minors charged with manufacturing child porn

An Aberdeen man accused of manufacturing child pornography reluctantly asked for a court-appointed attorney Monday. Michael Robey, 41, made his initial appearance in magistrate court where bond was set at $50,000 cash. Robey initially declined legal representation before changing his mind. He is cha


Gatorade Basketball player of the year: Paiton Burckhard of Aberdeen Central earns S.D. honor

Aberdeen Central's Paiton Burckhard was named the Gatorade South Dakota Girls Basketball Player of the Year. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguishes


School content standards draw zero interest from public

PIERRE - No one other than state presenters testified Monday morning at the fourth and final public hearing the South Dakota Board of Education Standards had regarding changes to 10 subject areas including math, English and tribal culture. Board members unanimously adopted each set of content standa


Central names Kranz new head football coach

"I'm living a dream out here, really. This is what I always wanted to do. I wanted to coach and teach, and I'm at a great place to do that." Those were just of the thoughts Mitch Kranz shared upon the introduction of Kranz was named the head coach of the Aberdeen Central football program. Kranz take


Wolves fans ready for Final Four ... and beyond

In his son's freshman year, Miller resident Garry Peterka and his wife, Lori, each missed one Northern State men's basketball game, but not the same game. "We have not missed a game since," Garry Peterka said. "In six years." And tonight is no different. The Peterkas will watch Darin Peterka and the

ABERDEEN NEWS - 2018-03-22 06:00:00

Video: Burckhard credits team with Spirit of Su win

Aberdeen Central girls basketball standout Paiton Burckhard wrapped up an impressive basketball career by being named the 2018 Class AA Spirit of Su honoree, which is awarded to one player from each class who shows athletic ability, sportsmanship, leadership, character and academic ability. The awar


At least one injured in Friday crash

Two people received possible injuries when the vehicles they were driving crashed late Friday afternoon. Jason Reinke Sr., 43 of Aberdeen, was driving a pickup southbound on US Highway 281. Tanah Messerole, 18 of Warner, was westbound on a median crossover in the 900 block of the highway according t


Aberdeen man admits to robbery of Sooper Stop West

One of two men charged in the 2017 armed robbery of Sooper Stop West was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison. Mattheu Ivan Bryan Kirth, 34, of Aberdeen pleaded guilty to felony robbery. Seven years of his prison term were suspended, and he was given credit for 138 days served and fined $104. Kirt


Load limits go into effect Monday in Aberdeen

Spring load limits will go into effect in town Monday, according to a news release from the Aberdeen Public Works Department. Public Works Director Robin Bobzien said primary streets and truck routes are limited to 10 tons per axle, and most residential streets are 7 ton per axle. Three streets are


Tigers have a No. 1 fan in Aberdeen family

When the State B rolls around to Aberdeen every year, rivalries and heated competitions take center stage. But for an unlikely friendship between an Aberdeen family and the White River Tigers, the Class B Boys State Basketball Tournament means an annual reunion. That special moment was a bit bigger