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Yankton Police Chief Announces Retirement
“It was really some self-evaluation, looking and deciding what else I could do for the department,” Paulsen said. “Could I continue to stay here and improve it or is it an opportunity for someone else to come in and raise it higher than I’ve raised it? I just felt that the timing was right for that
Onward Yankton Announces 2018 Entrepreneurship Fellowships
These seven outstanding entrepreneurs will receive an $800 stipend or scholarship and participate in the Entrepreneurship Experience Fellowship during summer 2018. During this fellowship program, the fellows will learn about regional startup resources, develop their business and leadership skills, a
Cedar County Race Gains New Entrant
• Yankton High School — Cameron Scott, Abby Huff, Daamen Kalwat, Talia Olson, Ethan Bradwisch, Mason Ruzicka, Brode Christensen, Nicholas Hochstein, Robert RJ Hershfeldt and Connor Larsen;
Father And Son Continue Farming Tradition
"Since 1969, so that's when I first started, got out of the army and came back to farming and been here ever since," dad, Lloyd Nedved said.
Kasi Haberman Of Yankton Convention And Visitors Bureau Completes First Year At Institute For Organization Management
WASHINGTON — Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, has announced that Kasi Haberman, director of the Yankton Convention and Visitors Bureau, has recently completed her first year at Institute for Organization Managemen
Servant Hearts Clinic Open Mondays
The clinic is a free, faith-based clinic to assist the uninsured or the underinsured in our community. No proof of insurance or income is required. Anyone, including those who have health insurance, is welcome as a patient at Servant Hearts Clinic.
Program allows South Dakota kids to fly
He stepped off the small airplane and back on the ground and immediately cracked a wide smile. The 10-year-old then pumped his hands up and down in joy and ran to his mother, Pam, who was waiting nearby.
Vermillion house damaged in early morning fire
VERMILLION, Sd —A two-story home in Vermillion was damaged in a fire early Saturday morning.Vermillion Fire and Rescue responded to a fire call around 6:30 AM in the 400 block of Jefferson Street.Upon arrival, they found smoke coming out of the roof a vacant 2-story home.An active fire was found in
Yankton collective launches cooking supplies drive
YANKTON, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota collective is addressing food insecurity in a southeastern county by collecting kitchenware, food storage containers and other cooking supplies.
GALLAGHER: Jim Abbott ends USD run where he started, in the dorms
University of South Dakota President Jim Abbott moves a pile of clothes to a "donate pile" on June 7 while cleaning out his "dorm room" suite in the University's Coyote Village residence hall. Abbott, a USD graduate, retires this week after 21 years as president. He moved into the dorm room to allow
Deputy fired after winning election offered temporary job
TYNDALL, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota sheriff's deputy who was fired by his boss after defeating him in a primary race has been offered another county job until he assumes the sheriff's role.Bon Homme County Sheriff Lenny Gramkow fired Deputy Mark Maggs after Maggs beat him in Tuesday's election.With
YMEA Students Build Towards The Future
Buy NowHarley Ries (left) and an audience member examine a nameplate created for Ries at the Yankton Manufacturing and Entrepreneurial Academy. At Friday’s program, Ries described how his life changed when Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor met Ries during a visit to Sioux Rapids, Iowa. Taylor
Plainview Man Fails To Appear For Sentencing
Derick C. Randall, 34, of Plainview failed to appear for sentencing in Knox County Court last Thursday for a shoplifting offense.
Veteran-Designated Parking Is Showing Up In Yankton
A local business is giving back to those who have served in the nation’s military.Midwest Striping, which does parking-lot and pavement striping for businesses and other entities, has begun making parking signs for area businesses that read “Reserved For Veterans,” to allow veterans to park a little
Bon Homme board offers fired deputy alternate job
The doorway to the Bon Homme County dispatch and jail department at the county courthouse in Tyndall no longer has the name of deputy sheriff Mark Maggs, right, who was fired last week after winning a race for county sheriff. (Marcus Traxler / Republic)
Clay County Sheriff’s Office
Sunday, May 273:06 p.m. — Sheriff’s units responded to assist the Vermillion Police Department with a standoff situation involving an armed, suicidal man who attempted suicide with the gun. The man was transported to the hospital for care.5:10 p.m. — A deputy transported a person being held in prote
Pool proves to be big hit
The Watertown Family Aquatic Center proved to be a big hit in one of its first week's open of the summer.With temperatures consistently in the 80s for the week, many children and parents flocked to the pool to get some relief from the heat.Open swim is held from 1 to 7 p.m. seven days a week.
YSD Pilot Bus Program Hits The Streets In August
Buy NowStarting this fall, the Yankton School District will kick off its pilot bussing program, which will provide transportation to YSD students to school in the mornings.Kelly Hertz/P&D
Mitchell Man Sentenced For Bon Homme Co. Incident
TYNDALL — A Mitchell man will serve at least two years — and possibly five — in the state penitentiary after fleeing authorities while driving under the influence of methamphetamine..Jason Russell Loyd was sentenced last week in First Circuit Court at the Bon Homme County courthouse in Tyndall. His
The Yankton School Board Sets Final Budget Date | Radio 570 WNAX
School districts have to make sure their teacher pay plan rises each year according to the state formula. Kindle says that will be more difficult to reach each year…..