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Vermillion Police searching for suspect in gas station attempted robbery

VERMILLION, South Dakota (KTIV) – Police are searching for a suspect after an attempted robbery at a gas station in Vermillion. Shortly after 12:30 a.m. Friday, police were called to Pump N Pak, 629 Stanford St., for an attempted robbery. Police a man entered the store with a knife in his hand after


Gloomy Times For Some At Bliss Pointe

Not everyone who is residing at Bliss Pointe right now is happy and a decision by the Vermillion City Council at its Jan. 7 did not improve their mood. Aldermen decided at their regular meeting to uphold a decision by the Vermillion Planning Commission to grant a conditional use permit to AMS Buildi


Winter storm warning issued for parts of SW Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin

While only a dusting of snow is expected in the Twin Cities Friday, an approaching winter storm has some school districts in Minnesota and South Dakota canceling classes. The National Weather Service posted a winter storm warning for much of central and eastern South Dakota Friday. That warning stre


Clay County Sheriff's Report

2:01 p.m. - A deputy responded to a medical emergency at a rural residence after a report that a man fell from a ladder. 3:35 p.m. - A vehicle was stopped and the driver was cited for speeding in Vermillion.


USD Medical School Receives Major Scholarship Gift

VERMILLION, S.D. – Sanford Health has pledged $300,000 per year to fund scholarships to students enrolled in the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine. That amount will be matched by the USD Foundation.


Vermillion Gymnastics Competes In Madison Invitational

Vermillion Gymnastics went back to Madison for the Linda Collignon Gymnastics Invitational last Saturday, Jan. 12. Out of 13 teams at the meet, the Lady Tanagers placed sixth with a total score of 123.0. As a team, Vermillion placed fourth in the beam (31.125), fifth in the bars (28.475), seventh in


Event to Impact Local Blood Supply This Winter

Vermillion, SD- The Vermillion Law Enforcement and Fire Department will compete to see which department can recruit the most blood donors for the community’s blood supply during the 12th annual “Heroes Behind the Badges”.


Tanagers Wrestling Go 1-1 In Home Double Dual

The Vermillion Tanagers had their senior and parent night this past Tuesday, Jan. 15 as they hosted a double dual with Canton against Tri-Valley and West Central. Vermillion fell to West Central 34-43 but bounced back to defeat Tri-Valley 41-30.


Senate committee passes "constitutional" carry measure

PIERRE, S.D. (KELO.com) -- The Senate Judiciary Committee passes a measure that would allow South Dakotans to carry a concealed weapon without a permit. Sen. Stace Nelson of Fulton voted in favor of passage.


Vermillion Gymnastics Hosts Yankton In Last Home Meet

Vermillion Gymnastics hosted a dual against Yankton this past Tuesday and lost with a combined score 126.3 to Yankton’s 133.8. “Our girls have done a great job staying focused and working to add higher level skills to their routines,” said head coach Shannon Fitzsimmons. “Each meet we have added a c


South Dakota Highway Patrol accepting trooper applications

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota Highway Patrol is looking for new troopers. Applications are being accepted now through Feb. 28 and recruiting seminars are planned in Aberdeen, Rapid City, Pierre, Sioux Falls and Watertown with exact dates to be determined.


Flores: I'm proud of my heritage

Editor's note: This column is being published in English and Spanish. Nota del editor: esta columna se publica en inglés y español. Hello, my name is Pricila Flores and I live in Hawarden.


Western South Dakota man gets maximum sentence for assaulting ex-girlfriend

RAPID CITY, S.D. — After lengthy testimony from lawyers and the presentation of threatening recordings Thursday, Jan. 17, a New Underwood man was given the maximum sentence of 15 years in prison for assaulting his ex-girlfriend with a gun.


South Dakota author shares secrets to making the ‘Best Bread Ever’

YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — In her quest for the perfect homemade loaf of bread, a local woman has published a book sharing her personal method for getting perfect results from your bread machine.


Craft beer in SD: No pint-size operation

YANKTON—Craft beer is certainly nothing new, but the amount of interest and money in craft breweries in South Dakota has grown exponentially in the last decade. High quality microbreweries have been popping up across the state, and whether it's an india pale ale, known as an IPA, or a dark porter, i