Good morning! Welcome to Monday’s KELOLAND On The Go, where you can find everything you need to know in news and weather to start your week.
Cloudy skies can be expected Monday with rain moving west to east. Rain amounts will be heaviest in central and western South Dakota with amounts around a quarter to half inch.
A Sioux Falls school is looking to help parents keep a track of what their kids are doing online. KELOLAND This Morning reporter Max Hofer has the story.
A Federal Judge in Aberdeen says he could rule on South Dakota’s Initiated measure 24 as early as the end of this week. U.S. District Judge Charles Kornmann told attorneys that he would issue a written opinion on the matter as early as this week and no later than June 1st.
People in hard it areas of South Dakota will soon have a better idea of the extent of flooding damage left to individual properties. FEMA and state and local agencies will begin preliminary assessments on homes and businesses damaged by snowmelt, rains and flooding.
The wet spring has delayed planting for many farmers in KELOLAND. But despite all of the rain and mud, one Yankton County resident found a way to plant oats and corn the old-fashioned way.
Stay with KELOLAND News and KELOLAND.com for up-to-the-minute developments throughout the day!