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October 9, 2014

Bartling Benefactor For Belize

Long-time University of Sioux Falls theatre professor and former O'Gorman teacher Kim Bartling is a familiar face to many in Sioux Falls.


October 8, 2014

On The Hunt: Bo The Bedbug Beagle

Watching Bo the Beagle meticulously pace through every blade of grass in his backyard, you can see he does not stop sniffing until he finds his target.


October 7, 2014

Positions On The Pipeline

It's the $5 billion question facing America. Should the Keystone XL pipeline be built?


October 6, 2014

More Homeowners Starting Neighborhood Assoc. In SF

More homeowners are forming neighborhood associations in Sioux Falls' core after a push from city leaders. Ten such associations have formed since 2006 with more in the works.


October 5, 2014

A Farmer's Up And Down Health Year

Fall harvest has started in parts of KELOLAND, and a farmer from the Cresbard area will no doubt appreciate this harvest season a little more.


October 3, 2014

Money Talks

Candidates in a number of local and national races are pushing hard toward their goal of a victory, but to get there, it will take a lot of money.


October 2, 2014

Fighting Hunger With Votes

All it takes to help is a few clicks of the mouse on the Walmart website, using a Facebook account.


October 1, 2014

Lawson's Comeback

USF's freshman cross country runner Nick Lawson has had quite the comeback after getting shot in the chest right before his senior year in high school. The Plankinton native underwent nine surgeri...


September 30, 2014

The Book Of Family

Patrick Hicks teaches English at Augustana. The professor is getting national recognition for his novel on the Holocaust, but he also has a collection of poetry on a person that holds a special place ...


September 29, 2014

Forestburg Vine Decline

The worker shortage that's impacted many sectors of South Dakota's economy is also taking root in the melon patches south of Huron.