2019-09-12

2019-09-12 E-Edition

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Buildings get first usage

The new Herreid Sports Complex restrooms, above, and Herreid Football Field House, right, got their inaugural test at the home HSA Wolverines football game against North Border on Aug. 30. A few finishing touches have since been completed on both complexes. The new restroom facility provides handicapped access with multiple stalls for both the men’s and women’s restrooms and an […]

Pollock Town Board has several visitors

The Pollock Town Board had several visitors at the regular monthly meeting held Wednesday, Sept. 11. Dale and Donna Meyer met with the board expressing concerns regarding the International Property Maintenance Codes the board is in the process of adopting. Greg Langeliers spoke to the board regarding annexing the dump ground and his property close to it. He will present […]

Seymour honored

For 37 and a half years, Sonja Seymour has held a position in bookkeeping. Her first position was with the Pollock Farmers Elevator for 18 years, then 18 years for North Central Farmers Elevator and a year and a half for Agtegra Cooperative. A retirement open house for Sonja was held at the Pollock Agtegra office Sept. 4. Many people […]

Commissioners discuss Spring Creek changes

The Campbell County Commission discussed issues pertaining to Spring Creek and the proposed scenic overlook along SD Hwy 1804 at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 3. At a previous meeting the commissioners had agreed to hire Rodney Knoepfle to clean out ditches near culverts along Spring Creek in the northeastern part of the county near the Aldine Ebel […]

Herreid Council hears infrastructure issues

The Herreid City Council discussed infrastructure issues and accepted a resignation at their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Kevin and Michelle Wientjes met with the council to discuss the potential extension of water and sewer lines to one of the HEDC lots in the northeastern corner of the community. They are considering purchasing a lot for construction of […]

PIC-APEX celebrates its 10th anniversary

Celebrating its 10th anniversary in Campbell County is PIC-APEX, a genetic firm that is represented in 40 different countries world-wide. The company consists of several bio secure facilities near Mound City. It became a reality in 2009 with the first piglets being born at Apex on Aug. 30, 2009. By Dec. 31, 2009, Apex was fully staffed with over 50 […]

Campbell County results from the 2019 State Fair

The Campbell County 4-Hers and Cloverbuds entered 90 exhibits in this year’s state fair. Campbell County had 83 static exhibits, 2 beef, and 4 sheep. Ribbon counts are as follows: 43 purple ribbons, 19 blue ribbons, 3 red ribbons, and 25 Cloverbud ribbons. Campbell County’s results from the South Dakota State Fair are as follows: Beef: Purple: Junior- Brayden Goehring […]

Made With Love


I guess now that Fall is around the corner, I am sharing some apple recipes this week! Have a good week! Caramel Apple Cheesecake Bars 2 Cups all-purpose flour 1/2 Cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 Cup butter softened Cheesecake Filling: 3 (8 ounce) Packages cream cheese softened 3/4 Cup sugar, plus 2 tablespoons, divided 3 Large eggs 1 ½ […]

Herreid Bingo winners

The Queen of Diamonds Jackpot grows to $2,475 and the Blackout Bingo “Jackpot” grows to $630 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’s winners of the 50-50 pot bingo were Annette Heinle, Jill Strobel, Doug Zacher and Steve Lehrkamp and regular […]