Hearing on proposed temporary county zoning ordinances is Feb. 7

Campbell County residents are reminded that the public hearing on the proposed temporary zoning ordinances and associated fee schedule will be held Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Herreid Community Center beginning at 1 p.m. Commissioners Scott Rau and Lynn Deibert, former commissioner Lorraine Anderson and Director of Equalization Jill Hoogeveen, along with Eric Senger with Northeast Council of Governments (NECOG), […]

Campbell County Bank ready to celebrate 75th anniversary

Open houses planned in Herreid, Pollock

The Campbell County Bank will celebrate its 75th anniversary in May, and the bank recorded another year of strong performance in 2018. President and CEO Dean Schwartz said the bank will hold open houses in Herreid and Pollock in May to commemorate the historic anniversary. According to the bank’s annual report, its equity capital, which is key to funding loans, […]

Pollock Fire Department plans fundraiser for Saturday, Feb. 9

A free will donation breakfast to benefit the Pollock Fire Department will be served Saturday morning, Feb. 9, at the Pollock Community Center. The meal will include cheesy scrambled eggs, cheesy hash browns, bacon (donated by Cloverdale), ring sausage, muffins, juice and coffee. The fire department is currently raising funds for needed improvements on the outside of the building. Construction […]

SD 4-H collecting gently-worn shoes to help Soles4Souls fight poverty

The SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program is currently conducting a shoe drive to collect 10,000 pairs of new or gently-worn shoes and donate them to Soles4Souls. “One person’s unwanted shoes can help provide meaningful opportunities that many in developing nations need,” explained Hilary Risner, SDSU Extension Regional 4-H Youth Program Advisor. This shoe drive is the 2018-19 South Dakota […]

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Permitless concealed gun carry to become law in South Dakota, questions addressed

Governor Kristi Noem has signed into law a bill allowing anyone legally able to own a gun to carry a concealed firearm. Noem held her first bill-signing ceremony as South Dakota’s governor on Jan. 31, when she signed into law Senate Bill 47, referred to as the “constitutional carry” or “permitless carry” bill. The law will go into effect July […]

Plans in place for 67th Annual SD Picnic in Fla.

The 67th Annual South Dakota Picnic will be held Saturday, Feb. 23. The meal will begin at 1 p.m. but everyone is invited to come early to visit with your fellow South Dakotans. The picnic will be held at Grace Lutheran Church, 745 S. Ingraham Ave, Lakeland, Fla. This is the same place as last year’s picnic. Guests are asked […]

Shelf-stable foods save money and help families stay prepared

Stocking canned, dried and other shelf-stable food items can ease concerns over running out of food due to finances or if winter storms prevent travel, explained SDSU Extension Family & Community Health Associate, Rachel Lindvall. “Shelf-stable foods offer many ways of saving money and providing satisfying and favorable homemade meals for your family,” Lindvall said. “Using these foods when preparing […]

Herreid Bingo winners

The Blackout “Jackpot” grows to $710 for this week’s Thursday night bingo at The Water Hole in Herreid as no one achieved getting a blackout in 58 numbers or less last week. Last week’s winners of the 50-50 pot bingo were Gary Kraft, Judi Volzke, Nicole Goehring and Mindy Quaschnick. Regular bingo game winners were Wally Moldenhauer and Dean Schwartz. […]

College Notes

University of Alabama The University of Alabama recently released its 2018 fall Dean’s List. A total of 12,332 students were named to the Dean’s List. Denver, NC Carson Lee Wessel Thank you for reading our news. An active subscription is required is to view this content. Please Login below or Subscribe today!