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Tigers seek hardware at State ‘A’ Wrestling meet
RAPID CITY — With seven wrestlers qualified to compete in the Class A State Wrestling Tournament, which is scheduled for today and Saturday at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, the Huron Tigers are looking for a strong finish to their season.
Manslaughter case involving deadly overdose moves to federal court
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The case of a man accused of giving a Beadle County woman a deadly dose of fentanyl and then leaving her on her bathroom floor to be discovered by her two children has moved to federal court.
Huron patrol car hit while responding to crash
HURON, S.D. (KSFY) - A Huron police officer and another person were not seriously injured after a driver hit the back of a patrol car at the scene of a crash. The Huron Police Department said the accident happened when the officer was assisting the sheriff's office at a crash south of town on Highwa
South Dakota governor: State 'devastated' by Trump trade wars
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) said Friday that President Trump 's trade wars have "devastated” her state and she urged the administration to finish trade talks with China.
Trail Derails In Wessington Thursday
WESSINGTON, S.D. - A train derailed on Thursday in Wessington in central South Dakota. KELOLAND News has reached out to authorities for more information but haven't received any details.
Harrisburg wins against Huron girls
HARRISBURG — The Harrisburg Tigers showed why they are one of the top girls’ “AA” teams in the state Tuesday night, breaking open a close game in the second period with a 17-2 run and taking a 65-38 win over the Huron Tigers. Huron falls to 5-13 with the loss, while Harrisburg improves to 15-4. “We
Ethan grounds Flyers in Region 4B semis
HURON — Fair warning to all of the top Class “B” girls’ basketball teams that are aiming to play in this year’s State “B” in Huron: the Ethan Rustlers feel right at home playing on the Huron Arena floor.
Crews clean up derailed train in central South Dakota
WESSINGTON S.D. – A train derailment in Central South Dakota kept law enforcement busy on Thursday afternoon. After noon in the town of Wessington, a Rapid City, Pierre and Eastern Railroad train left the tracks and piled up. Drone footage submitted by area resident James Waldrop shows over a dozen
Senate approves bill for South Dakota National Guard aviation facility expansion
RAPID CITY, S.D. — The state Senate has approved a bill to fund major expansion of the Army National Guard’s aviation support facility at Rapid City Regional Airport. The price tag for the upgraded facility is $20 million dollars.
Investigation into missing South Dakota girl, 9, remains 'top priority'
ROCKERVILLE, S.D. — The investigation into a 9-year-old girl who ran away from a youth residential home in rural Pennington County remains ongoing nearly three weeks after she went missing.
Lady Blackhawks edge Hanson to reach SoDak 16
HURON — The Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks, using a sticky man-to-man defense and a never say never attitude on the offensive glass squeaked out a 49-46 upset victory over the Hanson Beaverettes in a semifinal game of the Region 4B girls’ basketball tournament Thursday night at Huron Arena.
$100K bond posted for man charged in South Dakota apartment shooting
ABERDEEN, S.D. - A $100,000 cash bond has been set for one of two people arrested in connection to the Feb. 3 shooting of an apartment building on the east side of Aberdeen. Douglas Jeremy Wilson, 30, and Brittney Elise Springs, 28, both of Aberdeen, were taken into custody, according to a news rele
Several train cars derail in Wessington
WESSINGTON, S.D. (KSFY) - Several cars have jumped the tracks in a train derailment in central South Dakota. The derailment happened Thursday afternoon near the community of Wessington.
Area contests highlight Class B girls SoDak 16 pairings
The Class B girls basketball SoDak 16 will be heavy on area teams and games on contests when the state-qualifying round takes place Thursday, Feb. 28. The Corn Palace will play host to two contests, with No. 4-seed Corsica-Stickney taking on defending state champion Castlewood at 6:30 p.m., followed
AG's presumptive probation repeal fails to pass South Dakota Senate
PIERRE, S.D. — The South Dakota attorney general’s landmark legislation of the year, the repeal of presumptive probation, has failed to pass the Senate. Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg’s Senate Bill 19 would have repealed presumptive probation, which requires judges to sentence low-level felony off
Remember to clear snow and ice
HURON – Fire department and utility company officials are reminding home and business owners of the importance of keeping snow and ice from accumulating around natural gas and electric meters on their structures as well as fire hydrants in their neighborhoods.
Farm Bureau Financial Services launches new farm and ranch succession workshops in South Dakota
HURON – Workshops designed to help farmers and ranchers prepare to transition their family farm or ranch to the next generation are coming to South Dakota. The workshops, presented by Farm Bureau Financial Services, will be held throughout 2019. Called Changing Hands – Your Legacy, Their Future, the
SD Farmers Union Calls Out GM on Weak Octane Proposals
HURON, S.D. – In a letter to General Motors Chair and CEO Mary Barra today (February 21, 2019), South Dakota Farmers Union President Doug Sombke challenged the automaker on its claim that 98 RON (Research Octane Number) or higher gasoline was not feasible and called on them to look at their own hist