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Huron turkeys, headed for a presidential pardon
HURON — They were, arguably, the two biggest celebrities in South Dakota on Wednesday. And they don’t even have names. Yet.
Survival of the fittest: No. 4 Watertown returns to state semifinals in wild 3-2 win over No. 5 Huron
Once the Tigers rallied from the late three-point deficit in the fifth set, Huron had what appeared to be the match-ender. The Arrows scrambled to corral a loose ball, which floated above the net for a Huron defender to tip down.
Top-seeded Raiders top Bobcats in state tourney opener
“We came out with a lot of energy and a lot of excitement, but Rapid City Stevens is a good team,” said BHS coach Jodi Melius. “I feel we made them earn the win, so our players should be proud of how they played.”
South Dakota State Volleyball Pairings
No. 6 Mitchell (16-9) vs. No. 7 Sioux Falls Roosevelt (16-14), 1:45 p.m.SemifinalsNo. 1 Rapid City Stevens (32-1) vs. No. 4 Watertown (22-6), 6 p.m.No. 3 Sioux Falls O’Gorman (28-5) vs. No. 2 Sioux Falls Washington (29-5), 7:45 p.m.Class AFriday’s matchesConsolation bracketNo. 8 Rapid City Christian
White House Bound Turkeys On Tour In Huron
PREVIOUS COVERAGEWhite House Thanksgiving Turkey To Come From South DakotaHURON, S.D. - Two South Dakota turkeys that will be pardoned by the President of the United States are touring Huron on Wednesday.The birds were raised in South Dakota at a special facility on a Beadle County farm. After the b
Turkeys Take Tour Before Heading To Washington, D.C.
"We started with 50 in July, we got these turkeys when they were one day old and they're now 19 weeks old and so now we've raised them and watched them," Chairman of the Board of Dakota Provisions, Jeff Sveen said.
School Board praises Huron Tigers’ successes
“Thank you to everyone involved in making a community happening very special with coordination of fan buses down to the Dome, with over 1,000 people going to support the football team,” Nebelsick said. “How our community held together was a fantastic and athletic educational experience. The team, th
Wolsey woman receives Distinctive Woman of Service Award
SPEARFISH — Eryn Schlotte, a human services and sociology major at Black Hills State University, was recently presented the Distinctive Woman of Service Award from the Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons council.
Prior to pardon, grand gobblers get SD sendoff
For South Dakota, this is the first time to participate in the event, since the first turkey operation in the state was not founded until 2006. But South Dakota has an advantage, in being home to National Turkey Federation Chairman Jeff Sveen, who is also Dakota Provisions' board chairman.
Miller carries top seed into Class A state tourney
In fact, the Rustlers are the No. 1 seed for this year’s event, which begins Thursday at the Denny Sanford Premiere Center in Sioux Falls. It is their 10th overall appearance in the state tourney.
Tigers looking to finish strong in AA tourney
The Tigers, who were the consolation champions a year ago, put together a 17-7 season this year to claim the fifth.
MOPS group helps with Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes
The National Collection for Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts continues through Sunday at Living Hope Alliance Church, 1779 Frank Ave. S.E. Drop-off hours are from 1 to 6 p.m. through Friday, 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. Last year, 1,311 shoebox gifts were collect
'We haven't given up': Rachel Cyriacks' disappearance, 5 years later
Five years after she disappeared, the search for Rachel Cyriacks is still active, according to Sanborn County Sheriff Tom Fridley.
Authorities put out another call for SD woman who disappeared...
Rachel Cyriacks, age 30 at the time of her disappearance, went missing Nov. 13, 2013. A news release from South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley Tuesday noted the anniversary, and stated that tips and assistance in the case are still being sought.
Five Years Searching for Rachel Cyriacks
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.– On this day five years ago, it was the last time anyone saw Rachel Cyriacks.
Beadle County team placed at Livestock Judging contest
The second place Beginner Team at the South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest includes, from left, Kyla Peskey, Tucker Micheel, and Kenna Dickson, all of Beadle County.
Honoring Veterans on their Day
The 2018 Veterans Day program was held Sunday afternoon at Huron High School’s Auditorium.First, the colors were presented by the local American Legion.In the next photo, keynote speaker Mike Stahly shared insight and an array of stories to the large audience on hand.The program was presented by the
Huron sweeps Brandon Valley too earn berth in AA tourney
HURON — The Huron Tiger volleyball team punched its ticket to the State Class “AA” volleyball tournament Thursday night, with a dominant 3-0 win over the Brandon Valley Lynx at Huron Arena. Set scores for the Tigers were 25-17, 25-9 and 25-12.
K of C Tootsie Roll drive begins Thursday
COURTESY PHOTO Helping with the Knights of Columbus annual Tootsie Roll drive planned Thursday through Sunday at several local businesses are, in front, volunteer Kash Luellman and in back, from left, John Cyphert, Knights of Columbus Grand Knight; Mike Bauer, co-chairman, Tom Bowar, co-chairman and
Wolsey-Wessington Coach Arrested For DWI, Drug Possession In Beadle County
WOLSEY, S.D. - A high school football and boys basketball coach was arrested for drunk driving and drug possession.The Beadle County State's Attorney's Office confirmed to KELOLAND News that Gordon Hooks-William is an employee of the Wolsey-Wessington School District and was arrested for DWI first o