Girard graduates from Dakota State More than 165 students graduated from Dakota State University on Saturday, May 8. Kenneth Girard of Wakonda, graduated from the College of Business and Information Systems with a degree in business management.
Vermillion, Union County approve landfill agreement by David Lias The city of Vermillion and persons residing in unincorporated areas of Union County have entered into a solid waste disposal agreement. Trash from some rural areas of Union County has been dumped for a time at the landfill in Clay County … Read Article
City will ask USD to shut down air conditioning unit by David Lias Families who reside near The University of South Dakota Medical School can�t take it anymore. The high-pitched whine emitted by an air conditioning unit installed in June 1998 at the medical school building on the west side … Read Article
The Bluffs Bulletin Board Special Sertoma 3-person Early Bird Open results A perfect day greeted 33 – three-person teams at The Bluffs on Saturday, May 15. The main purpose for the event was to raise funds to aid in furthering the charity, community, and youth golf programs of the Vermillion … Read Article
SDPTV earns awards in prestigious contest South Dakota Public Television has earned three awards � one first place and two honorable mentions � in the annual Central Educational Network Programming Awards Competition. Despite competition from Public Television stations in 22 states and some of the biggest Public Television networks in … Read Article
Obituaries Norma Jean Slattery Burial services for Norma Jean Carlson Slattery, who died at Mesa, AZ will be Saturday, May 29 in graceland Cemetary at 11 a.m. Mrs. Slattery, who was born Feb. 29, 1924 on a farm near Mitchell was nearly age 75 on the date of her death … Read Article
Exchange vows Angie Nelson and Jeremy Sayler were married April 17 at First Baptist Church, Viborg, with Pastor Lawrence Christensen officiating. Honor attendants were Stephanie Sage and Neil Andal. Attendants were Jodi Carmon, Melissa Orr, Jennifer Sayler, Chad Overgaard, Shannon Larsen and Todd Nelson. Flower girl was Abby Ebbesen and … Read Article
Dry summer? Maybe not for the midwest region With central South Dakota receiving nearly twice the normal amount of precipitation during the first part of May, soil moisture may be adequate to get farmers through the growing season, reported Al Bender, state climatologist at South Dakota State University. The latest … Read Article
Royce is among DWU graduates One hundred thirty-six students received diplomas from Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell on Sunday, May 2. Tamara Elaine Royce, Vermillion, was among the graduates. She received an associate of arts degree.
ASCE chapter wins top award South Dakota State University engineering students have been recognized as the nation's best and brightest. The SDSU student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has received the Ridgeway Award, distinguishing it as the top ASCE student chapter for 1998. SDSU will accept … Read Article