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Missionary couple builds ‘City of Refuge’
Missionary evangelist Tom Stamman and his wife, Dr. Teresa, have done what some might say was impossible — create a City of Refuge for orphans found living in the dump in the middle of poverty-stricken Honduras.
Anytime Fitness purchased by husband and wife team, Karen and Dan Wehde
HURON — Anytime Fitness in south Huron was recently purchased by husband and wife, Karen and Dan Wehde, plus daughter, Jayme Smid, who is a co-owner of the Huron franchise, and the manager at the family’s other Anytime Fitness location in Brandon.
Look what polymeric beads can do
North Central Foam is the city’s newest industry. For 15 months since breaking ground, the Huron-based company owned by Waldner & Sons Construction and investors from Alexandria and Pipestone, Minn., has gone about the business of installing equipment, training operators and fine-tuning the process
Huron Community Theatre presents: ‘Let Him Sleep ’til it’s Time for His Funeral’
HURON — The Huron Community Theatre (HCT) will present, “Let Him Sleep ’til it’s Time for His Funeral,” a comedy production by Peg Kehret.
Paw Say Karen Soccer Tournament
HURON — The fourth annual Paw Say Karen Soccer Tournament to celebrate U.S. Independence Day, began with an opening ceremony Friday morning at the Pepsi Soccer Fields in Huron.All the boys’ and girls’ teams lined up in their groups and walked around the soccer field, then looped around to stand faci
Splash Central Invitational Swim Meet
© 2018-Huron PlainsmanBy: Mike Carroll of the Plainsman - Updated: 8 minutes agoJordan Cutshaw of the Huron Wobbegongs competes in the 200-meter backstroke during the Splash Central Invitational on Sunday.Shown next is Aubrey DeHaai of Miller competing in the 100 breaststroke.And next is Arianna Rod
At least one dead, vehicle found submerged in creek east of Mitchell...
Rock Creek is about 2 miles north of Interstate 90 and crosses under 413th Avenue, aka Riverside Road, east of Mitchell. The original call was made to authorities at about 3 p.m.
29-year-old woman dies when car crashes, goes into Rock Cree...
The 29-year-old woman, whose name has not yet been released, was northbound on 413th Avenue, aka Riverside Road, when her 2006 Chevrolet Malibu drifted across the road and into the creek’s west ditch, according to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. The car eventually went into the creek.T
Woman, 29, Killed in Crash Near Mitchell - KDLT
MITCHELL, S.D. – A 29-year-old woman has died in a one-vehicle fatal crash that happened sometime early Sunday east of Mitchell.The name of the deceased is not being released pending notification of family. She was the driver of the vehicle and the only occupant.A 2006 Chevrolet Malibu was northboun
Man accused of causing three crashes arrested after being stopped...
Dahjrick Clark, 24, has been charged with three felonies and five misdemeanors, according to authorities.
Traveling on the Black and Yellow Trail
The Black and Yellow Trail grew out of a national good roads movement to improve roads for the benefit of residents, farmers and tourists. At that time, in the 1910s and 1920s, roads were bad and many were not joined together. Trail associations were established to mark, maintain, promote and seek f
Folk tunes in the park
Allison Fisk, market manager of the Huron Farmer’s Market, serves customers fresh popcorn at the event, along with other goods such as homemade/natural bug spray and cold refreshments. Heavy rain interrupted the Huron Municipal Band concert that began at 8 p.m.
Authorities: Mitchell Car Chase Leads to Drug Bust
When authorities found the car, they also located the two suspected occupants along with several ounces of meth, a scale, baggies, a handgun, and pills.
History made, remembered in Mitchell
James Telford, left, points back at Mike Lomheim at a reunion luncheon for members of the 1968 Onida and Jefferson football teams Wednesday at Marc Bernard's home in Mitchell. Also pictured are former Onida Head Coach Gerald Kassin, center, and Tom West, right. (Matt Gade / Republic)
Felony court cases for July 10
• Brandi Anderson, 19, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance in schedules I or II and unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance in schedules I or II, both of which are Class 5 felonies which carry a maximum penalty of five years in the state penitentiary and
City votes to vacate one Morningside block
Also, in her comments before the planning commission in June, Ramon said she has had issues with stealing and that an abandoned mobile home was started on fire by vandals. She said she is trying to prevent more trouble.
Man charged in hit-and-run pleads not guilty
During a felony court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center on Tuesday morning, Ricky Ferguson, 37, admitted to violating probation following a 2017 forgery conviction and was sentenced to five years in prison with two years suspended and credit for 106 days served. However, he pleaded
Smittys rally put on hold as rain suspends game in Huron
A five-run rally that gave the Aberdeen Smittys a 7-5 lead over Huron Post 17 in the top of the seventh did not prove to be the difference, as the game was suspended due to rain in the bottom of the seventh. Both teams will finish the game when Huron comes to Aberdeen July 19.Huron had the bases loa
Video: Rodeo season heat, humidity can be a challenge
Keeping cool can be a challenge at some rodeos. On a hot and humid July 8, Tory Reinders from Huron, SD, and Prairie Retzer of Long Lake, SD, talk about keeping their horses cool at the Hub Area 4-H Rodeo at the Brown County Fairgrounds in Aberdeen.
Hegg leads Post 18 over Huron
Calvin Hegg shined for Mitchell (19-19) on the mound in a complete-game effort. He allowed two runs (one earned) on five hits and a walk, while striking out five batters."Calvin Hegg did an unbelievable job throwing for us tonight with the amount of pitches he was able to throw in a complete game,"