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Herreid hires new maint. man

Zoning board approves local varience request

The Herreid City Council hired a new city maintenance man, received an update on the proposed city pool project and visited with HEDC representatives about a variety of projects at their regular monthly meeting June 13. Following an executive session for personnel, the council moved to hire Brett Van Vugt as the new maintenance man for the community. His first […]

Commission reviews 4-H program, updates contract for advisor

Bylaws and constitution to be added to county organization

The Campbell County Commission discussed the 4-H program and received an update from GROW South Dakota at their regular meeting June 9. Commissioners Scott Rau and Bryan Fjeldheim, and Shari Rossow, who was recently hired as the part time 4-H advisor for Campbell County, updated the other commissioners on a meeting held recently with county 4-H leaders and parents. SDSU […]

Four-wheeler donated to help funding for pool

Raffle being planned for Aug. 27

A four-wheeler has been donated by a local business to help raise funds for the Herreid Pool Improvement project. In May Campbell County Bank and Insurance Agency partnered with Herreid Sporting Center to donate a 2022 Sportsman 570 Premium four-wheeler with MSRP. The value of the donation is just about $9,300. “Partnerships like this are important as they help make […]

Herreid begins search for new finance officer, maintenance personnel

Positions at $20 per hour plus benefits and sign on bonusHonoring

The Herreid City Council held a special meet-ing on Monday, May 23. Action related to city personnel highlighted the meeting. Finance Officer Chessie Dodds and maintenance supervisor Ryan Goehring had evidently both submitted letters of resignation to the council. However neither letter was discussed or even acknowledged in the open portion of the meeting. Following that, the council went into […]

Most races affecting Campbell County will be decided in primary election

Election is June 7

The primary election is just around the corner, and most of the decision making will take place during this election, as no Democratic Party candidates have entered the races. — U.S. Sen. John Thune, R-South Dakota, is the incumbent running against Bruce Whalen and Mark Mowry. Voters are asked to cast one vote for the U.S. senator position. — Voters […]

Mobridge-Pollock school sees increase in revenues, expenditures during preliminary 2022-2023 budget report to board of directors

Certified salaries to increase 2% - 2.5%

Although the provisional budget for Mobridge-Pollock School shows increased funding in the General Fund, the district’s expenditures are projected to go up during the 2022-2023 school year as well. Superintendent Tim Frederick addressed the Mobridge-Pollock School District No. 62-6 during its monthly school board meeting May 9 at the school library, with all five school board members were present including […]

Wolverines work for state spots at Lezlie Blasius Memorial Meet

The Wolverines established 20 personal records

The Herried-Selby Area Wolverines travelled to Kimball to squeeze in one more meet with hopes of qualifying more spots at the state meet.  The Wolverines established 20 personal records, with Brayden Goehring (300m Hurdles) and Sophia Von Wald (100m Run) setting season records.  Goehring picked up a first and second place finish in the 300m and 100m Hurdles. Brenden Begeman […]

CC spared by Derecho; sees rain and wind


Although a Derecho swept through much of southern and easter South Dakota last week with multiple tornados and more, wind and rain still left its mark locally Thursday and Friday. According to NOAA meteorologist Travis Tarver, local thunderstorms were not part of the Derecho seen in other parts of the state but were a result of a thunderstorm system developed […]

New water/sewer billing system approved by Herreid Council

Provides more timely billing of water bills

The Herreid City Council adopted a new water/sewer billing system, heard a request concerning the former senior center building and discussed the property insurance renewal at their regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 2.  The new water/sewer billing cycle, which will go into effect with the July billing cycle, will allow the city to more accurately and timely track water […]

Pollock holds meeting with new officials

Prairie Pioneer named official publication

Reorganization of the board and appointment of various business entities took place when the Pollock Town Board met for the regular meeting on May 2.  Newly elected board members Lisa Moser and Cameron Fish were sworn in to office. Moser is a new member and Fish was an incumbent. Carl Gjefle was reelected as board president and Sonja Seymour as […]


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