The USD Symphony Orchestra will give a free concert on Friday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in Aalfs Auditorium in Slagle Hall. The concert will feature four works by American composers that demonstrate the search by Americans to develop a uniquely American style of composition. By the end of the … Read Article
More than 3,500 4-H members competed with more than 19,884 exhibits during the 2013 South Dakota State Fair. The diversity found within the more than 19,000 exhibits is extraordinary said Peter Nielson, SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program Director. “Youth competed in everything from showing traditional livestock and horses, dogs, … Read Article
“Pride on the Prowl” was the theme of the 99th annual Dakota Days homecoming celebration at the University of South Dakota. The week of festivities concluded Saturday, Oct. 5, with the Dakota Days Parade in the morning and football action that afternoon in the DakotaDome.
By Travis Gulbrandson email@example.com The University of South Dakota’s ROTC program is being eliminated. University officials were informed Wednesday by the U.S. Army Cadet Command that the school will be among 13 in the nation that will no longer have a Reserve Officers Training Corps program. The programs are being … Read Article
Local landlords protest process for window code update By Travis Gulbrandson firstname.lastname@example.org At least five local landlords decried what some of them called a “double standard” regarding egress window requirements during the regular city council meeting Monday night. The ordinance they spoke against has been on the books for two … Read Article
By David Lias email@example.com Mike Freidel, a former assistant head football coach and defensive coordinator for the University of South Dakota Coyotes, passed away Sunday, Oct. 6. He was 57. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Vermillion. Visitation will begin … Read Article
By David Lias It’s been a tough week in South Dakota. A freak blizzard that moved into western South Dakota dumped up to four feet of snow in some areas of our state. It was followed by the unusually mild weather our part of the Midwest continues to enjoy this … Read Article
Rounds’ staff worked to pass insurance law that protects market on Obamacare policies By Bob Mercer State Capitol Bureau On day two of the federal shutdown, which also was day two of registration for health insurance subsidies under the federal Affordable Care Act, former governor and current U.S. Senate contender … Read Article