Sesquicentennial Highlights Excerpts from the Plain Talk 1913 Doc 76 All the contracts for work on the new court house have now been awarded. We predict it will mean an investment close to the $100,000.00 mark. The commissioners made a good selection in naming John Bergman as janitor for the … Read Article
Welcome Table set for Dec. 15 The Vermillion Welcome Table meets from 5:30-7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 16 N. Dakota. The Dec. 15 meal will be prepared and served by the by the graduate students from the school and community counseling program at USD.
Holiday concert rescheduled The Vermillion High School Holiday Concert has been rescheduled for Monday, Dec. 15 at 7:45 p.m. at the Vermillion High School Auditorium. The sixth grade music concert time has been changed to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 15, also at the Vermillion High School Auditorium.
Vermillion police investigate vandalism The Vermillion Police Department is seeking any information from the public that may assist in their investigations of a series of vandalisms that occurred early Saturday morning. The Vermillion Police were called to a string of vandalisms involving the breaking out of the rear window of … Read Article
Lists help writer to stay organized, keep moving forward… For me, lists simplify my life. They help me to stay organized. They remind of what I have to do. They keep me in line. Come to think of it, my lists guide just about my every aspect of my life, … Read Article
Cats should come in pairs By Bob Karolevitz Baxter and Bailey (both rescued cats) came to our place from a friend who lives in Kansas City. Baxter was a too-fat male, and Bailey (the female) was about half his size – but they came from the same litter. Both were … Read Article
New, familiar faces found at Coyote game By Joe â�?�?MOJOâ�? Reiser The University of South Dakota woman's basketball season kicked off on Saturday in an unusual way. Everyone knows there are many new faces as well as some vary familiar faces in some unusual places. The game was slated to … Read Article
Proposed regulation unfairly targets farms By Senator John Thune Agriculture is the largest sector of the South Dakota economy, and ranching is one of the most significant components of agricultural production in our state. There is a proud ranching and farming tradition in South Dakota that is as integral to … Read Article
For The Record Nov. 21-26, 2008 Thomas Eskelsen, 408 Iowa St., Wakonda: County speeding, $35 plus costs; Fail to maintain financial responsibility, Not sustained at prelim/grand jury. Austin Ryley Reinke, 2311 S. Nicollet, Sioux City, IA: Possession of alcohol by minor, $50 plus costs. James Edwin Landers, 38230 Inwoods Tr., … Read Article
Emma Ellison Emma Marie Ellison, age 94, of Lancaster, CA, formerly of Vermillion, died Tuesday, Dec. 2. Funeral service was held Friday, Dec. 12 at 10:30 a.m. at Iverson-Siecke-Kober Funeral Home, Vermillion. Burial was in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in rural Vermillion. Visitation was held Thursday, Dec. 11 from 4-8 p.m. … Read Article