Students, teachers and parents from St. Agnes School participated in Make A Difference Day on the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 26. They provided a service to their community by raking leaves for elderly people in their neighborhood.
After spending the summer months reporting on the devastating drought, State Climatologist Dennis Todey was ready to provide some good news to South Dakotans this fall. Unfortunately, the change in seasons, while bringing cooler temperatures, hasn't brought the much needed moisture South Dakota soils need. "As we transitioned from summer … Read Article
The Center for Disabilities at the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine announced its Dietetic Internship Program has been granted full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. The Dietetic Internship at the Center for Disabilities is a post baccalaureate program for individuals who … Read Article
The South Dakota National Guard Counterdrug Program's Civil Operations Team was awarded the Secretary of Defense Community Drug Awareness Award at the Pentagon Hall of Heroes in Washington, D.C. Thursday, Oct. 18. The award recognizes the best Drug Demand Reduction program in each military service for its effort in promoting … Read Article
Bill and Cheryl Johnson were presented with a plaque commemorating their South Dakota State Parks Volunteer of the Year honor. They were recognized for their dedication to the Union Grove State Park. Bill and Cheryl Johnson, campground hosts at Union Grove State Park near Beresford, were named the 2012 Volunteers … Read Article