09/01/13 07:45 – A rural Wakonda resident report a banging sound outside earlier in the morning. She saw what appeared to be an SUV or garbage truck leaving the area. Since hours had passed, the vehicle was not located. There was no damage reported. 09/01/13 09:44 – A deputy assisted … Read Article
Cases Disposed 8/30-9/5/2013 Rose Searles, 46371 302nd St., Centerville; Speeding on other roadways, $19.00 plus costs Thomas Edward Evenson, 100 S. Mundt Avenue Hartford; Speeding on other roadways, $39.00 plus costs Laura Anne Sundet, 4634 310th Street, Vermillion; Municipal speeding, $19.00 plus costs Gina Marie Smith, 901 8th St. SE, … Read Article
Stepping-up the biosecurity on your swine operation Even though outside temperatures feel like summer, fall is just around the corner and swine producers need to be thinking about their biosecurity protocols. Biosecurity management practices have two main goals for protecting your herd. The first is preventing a disease from entering … Read Article
It pays to care By Richard P. Holm M.D. Last week I learned of research showing empathy, caring about the other guy, is very important for an individual’s success in life. Evidently it pays to be a caring person. It is interesting to note that these researchers thought compassion for … Read Article
University of South Dakota Athletics Director David Herbster has named Joey James interim head men’s basketball coach effective immediately. James replaces Dave Boots, who retired Tuesday following 25 seasons at USD. “David Boots’ resignation this close to the beginning of the season makes an extensive national search an impossibility,” said … Read Article
Vermillion won its fifth straight match, topping Sturgis 4-0 in boys’ soccer action on Friday. Nate Samudzi and Ethan James each scored twice in the win.
An 80-yard touchdown run by Vermillion’s Regan Bye and a bit of razzle-dazzle in the fourth quarter by the Tanager offense that got the ball in the endzone wasn’t enough, as Vermillion fell to the South Sioux City Cardinals 27-14 Friday at South Sioux City. Bye, who carried the ball … Read Article
Sept. 4 was a beautiful day. There were 24 wonderful ladies at luncheon. Hope to have 24 or more for the next three Wednesdays. Thank you Karine Amundson and Anna Patrick for the desserts. Ice cream always hits the spot on warm days. We were all sad to hear, Maxine … Read Article
The VHS Tennis Organization and the Main Street Pub in Vermillion has set up a fundraising event to support boys and girls tennis at VHS. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19. For more details, contact the Main Street Pub.
John Francis “Jack” Doyle, 80, died at his home in Encinitas, CA, on Sept. 6, 2013. Jack was born in Manhattan, NY on March 15, 1933, to John and Helen (Kissane) Doyle, immigrants from County Kerry, Ireland. The family later moved to the Bronx. At 15, Jack joined the Army … Read Article