August 28, 2014 RSS feed / Columns

S. D. Dept. of Veterans Affair

As a grandparent I just dread when school starts! No more spontaneous trips to the donut shop for breakfast, no more mid-afternoon snacks at the ice cream shop, and no more opportunities for grandpa to take the grandchildren golfing! More...

125th Anniversary of South Dakota’s Statehood

Medical Care in 1889

No insulin. No X-rays. No childhood vaccines. Those are just a few things you would NOT have if you lived in 1889, according to today’s Directory of the National Institutes of Health, Francis S. Collins. More...

SDSU Pierre Regional Center

Wheat, Wheat, and More Wheat…

From everything I am hearing it sounds like it has been a banner year for wheat and other small grains. Yields are generally good to excellent across the board. More...

Years Ago

100 Years AgoPrairie PicayuneAugust 6, 1914 A nice rain visited this section Tuesday afternoon. It was very badly needed. Though it came rather late it is hoped that it will help the corn along. More...

125th Anniversary of South Dakota’s Statehood

Quartzite Pillars Divide Dakotas

One day Gordon Iseminger stopped a young man driving a tractor on a country road. “Do you know where any of the boundary markers between North and South Dakota are located around here?” he asked. More...

Medicaid Questions & Answers

MAKING Health Insurance MAKE SENSE—Answers to Some of the Most Commonly Asked Questions More...

Midweek Message

The 4 T’s

“I tell you this man went down to his house justified rather than the other; for everyone who exalts himself will be humbled and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” More...