By Randy Dockendorf email@example.com VERMILLION — In a reversal of its decision, the U.S. Army will retain the ROTC program at the University of South Dakota and its affiliate at Mount Marty College. Army officials announced last month the elimination of Reserve Officers Training Corps programs at 13 schools nationwide … Read Article
By David Lias firstname.lastname@example.org The growing influence of women entrepreneurs in downtown Vermillion was noticed immediately by Nancy Naeve of Sioux Falls television station KSFY as she and a cameraman visited the community Monday. Naeve was responding to an invitation she received from Bekki Engquist-Schroeder, owner-operator of The Spa at … Read Article
Investigators awaiting results from DNA analysis By David Lias email@example.com Tests done on the 1960 Studebaker Lark discovered in Brule Creek near a gravel pit in Union County indicate the vehicle was in high gear when it entered the channel. The automobile was last seen 42 years ago, being driven … Read Article
The 32nd annual Quad State Marching Band Competition was held Saturday, Oct. 19, in the DakotaDome on the University of South Dakota campus in Vermillion. Quad State attracts bands from Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming and Minnesota. The majority of competitive field bands from the region attend, and the lineup … Read Article
By David Lias firstname.lastname@example.org Gov. Dennis Daugaard and several state officials traveled to Vermillion Monday, Oct. 14 for a special taping of the South Dakota Public Broadcasting program “South Dakota Focus.” The program, taped in the SDPB studios located in the Al Neuharth Media Center on the University of South … 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 David Lias email@example.com Visit the Brule Creek bridge today, and it’s easy to get lulled by its peaceful setting. The water of the creek is quite low and seems to be flowing at barely a trickle, lightly babbling as it meanders under the bridge. The wild grasses that sprout … Read Article
By David Lias firstname.lastname@example.org 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