2017-04-20

Herreid Livestock backs Herreid foundation



Joe Varner, owner of Herreid Livestock Auction, has donated $5,000 to the Herreid Community Foundation to thank the community for their support over the years. “The Herreid area has been very supportive of Herreid Livestock Auction,” Varner said. “I want to show my appreciation to the community and to give something back.” Bruce Brandner, president of the HCF Board, said […]

Incumbents retain positions in Herreid Mayor, School Bd. elections



The incumbents fared well in both the Herreid Mayor election and the Herreid School Board election that was held Tuesday, April 11. Herreid Mayor David Kary won reelection over challenger Sheila Van Kuren. Kary received 93 votes and Van Kuren had 85. Voter turnout was 50.5 percent. In the School Board election, both Holly Randall and Brandon Ritter won reelection. […]

Campbell County Commission discusses Weed & Pest Board issue



At a special meeting on Tuesday, April 11, the Campbell County Commission made decisions concerning the Weed & Pest Supervisor position and purchasing a new road grader. Lynn Deibert of Herreid, chairman of the County Weed & Pest Board, met with the commissioners to discuss the supervisor position. He gave a brief recap of the struggles the board had went […]

Herreid School Board receives information on grading system



At their meeting on Monday, April 10, Colette Pudwill brought before the Herreid School Board the idea of adding a Weighted Grading Scale to the grading system at Herreid School. This program would pertain to those students that take college credit courses via V-tel or the Pre-Calculus class taught by Math Instructor Clint Huber. Pudwill told the board that the […]

County Board of Equalization hears appeals, reviews growth



The Campbell County Board of Equalization addressed 13 appeals at the meeting on Tuesday,April 11. Appeals from Donna Heinrich, John Arkins, Gerald Zakes, Lori Gregerson and Theodore Larson were all denied, based on a variety of reasons. Three appeals, from Joshua Larson, Leland Kosel and RB Family LLC, were approved because buildings were removed from the property, sold or misclassified […]

One-in-three U.S. drivers cannot pay for unexpected car repairs



According to a new AAA survey, 64 million American drivers would not be able to pay for an unexpected vehicle repair without going into debt, indicating that some drivers may underestimate the full cost of owning and operating a vehicle. Because some car repairs are unavoidable, and the average repair bill is between $500 and $600, AAA urges drivers to […]

State Reading Challenge Winners



Herreid students take part in Reading Challenge



North Central Prairie Reading Council selected these Herreid Students as Reading Challenge winners. The purpose of the Reading Challenge contest is to provide students in Pre- School through Twelfth Grade with an opportunity to show off their reading skills and enthusiasm for books. To participate in the contest each student must record the number of pages read during a specified […]

42nd Mobridge Art Show to be held April 22



The 42nd Annual Mobridge Art Show will be held April 22 and 23 at Scherr-Howe Arena on Main Street of Mobridge. Hours that the show is open to the public are 12 noon until 5 p.m. both days. There are a total of 375 entries to be viewed. 134 entries have been entered by adults and 237 have been entered […]

Made With Love



I know a lot of you parents aren’t ready for this, but graduation day is approaching and so I am going to share some recipes for graduation celebrations. Have a good week! Cream Cheese Mints8 oz. cream cheese, softened 2 lbs. powdered sugar1 tsp. flavoring, mint, almond, aniseFood coloringGranulated sugar for rolling Mix cream cheese, powdered sugar, mint flavoring and […]