The South Dakota Supreme Court has appointed a committee to study the use of interpreters and translators in the South Dakota court system. The purpose of the committee will be to examine how interpreters are used in the South Dakota court system and to provide a report and make recommendations … Read Article
Excerpts from the Plain Talk By Cleo Erickson 1932 Two Hundred people take a swim as the pool opens. The manager offered a $2.00 season ticket and a $5.00 family ticket. The city council is arranging to put in washed beach sand around the pool; this will be a great … Read Article
The Clay County 4-H Recognition Event is scheduled for Sunday, November 15, 2009 at the Clay County 4-H Center in Vermillion beginning at 2:00 p.m. Area 4-H members, leaders, families and friends are invited to attend. Clay County 4-H members will be recognized for their achievements, project accomplishments and participation … Read Article
The Vermillion Hy-Vee will honor America's veterans on Veterans Day with a free breakfast in appreciation of their service to the country. What started as a promotional event offered by a few stores has become a company-wide tradition, said Jon Wendel, senior vice president of marketing for Hy-Vee, Inc. "Our … Read Article
GAYVILLE — The Gayville American Legion Post No. 237 will hold a Veteran's Day program at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the town's war memorial. The short program will include a prayer and a firing of a salute.
The next Vermillion Welcome table will be Monday, Nov. 9 from 5:30-7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, 16 N. Dakota. The Nov. 9 meal will be sponsored and served by the Newman Center. Thanks to SAE for sponsoring and serving last Monday's meal.
A University of South Dakota student involved in a fatal traffic accident near Vermillion in September plead guilty to two misdemeanor charges Friday and paid fines of $210. On Oct. 15, Clay County State's Attorney Teddi Gertsma charged Alyxandra Harter, 20, of Omaha, NE, with careless driving and driving on … Read Article
It looked a bit silly at first, but it was for Megan Olson's own good. Brian Ommen, a physical therapist at Great Plains Therapy in Vermillion, attached pieces of Velcro to Olson's hips, knees and ankles. He then attached a ping-pong ball to each of those six sticky pieces. Then … Read Article
Steps are being taken to gauge the interest of local citizens in forming a cancer awareness and support group in the Vermillion community. Mary Merrigan, director of public relations at Sanford Vermillion Hospital, has distributed a survey via e-mail asking for people to submit their input about the idea. The … Read Article
If there were any doubts about the safety of the H1N1 vaccine, it was difficult to spot it in Vermillion Thursday. Doors of the Vermillion High School auxiliary gymnasium opened at 2 p.m. Thursday, the site of a POD (point of dispensing) flu immunization clinic for people residing in Clay … Read Article