SPLASH CENTRAL SET FOR SATURDAY SEASON OPENER
Splash Central in Huron will start the 2023 season Saturday June 3rd. Chad Schroeder, director of the Huron Park and Red Department gives us an update of the Summer Fun Facility. Schroeder said Splash Central has a …
PEACEFUL PINES GROUND BREAKING FOR NEW SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY
A ground breaking ceremony was held Wednesday for Peaceful Pines Senior Living which will be located at the Broadland Creek residential community on Ohio Avenue nw. The project from HME Companies out of Brookings. Ted Haeder with Greater Huron …
WHEELJAM 2023 UPDATE
Just one week away from the 20th Wheel Jam. We hear an update from Candi Briley with the SD State Fair. All of the fun at Wheel Jam goes together with great food. Briley said …
STANLEY COUNTY HOME EXPLOSION UPDATE
A fundraising account set up for a rural Fort Pierre family who lost three family members and their home in an explosion yesterday (May 24, 2023) has raised over $150-thousand in less than 12 hours. As of 6:30 …
National & World News
- In a symbolic moment on a visit to NATO’s newest member, the U.S. secretary of state said that the war had greatly diminished Russia’s power, but that there was still a long road ahead.
- A nest was assaulted. Was it the cowbird or the sparrow?
- Demonstrators had battled with the police to protest a two-year prison sentence given to a leading opposition figure.
- The Manhattan case isn’t Trump’s only legal problem.
- Fighting for change has cost Narges Mohammadi her career, separated her from family and deprived her of liberty. But a jail cell has not succeeded in silencing her.
- The mental burden of Russia’s invasion has exacted a heavy toll on civilians. As the fighting drags on, pregnant women are among those facing the toughest trials.
- Alli Smith, of the Cornell Ornithology Laboratory, offers beginner tips for exploring the wide world of birds.Alli Smith, of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, offers beginner tips for exploring the wide world of birds.
- A judge ruled for newspapers that had been accused of defaming the soldier by reporting that he had committed war crimes in Afghanistan.
- "Phyllis Baker Hammond: Take Flight" traces the 94-year-old's remarkable creative trajectory — from the thrown clay vessels she started to make in Japan in the 1950s to the large aluminum abstractions she began shaping with a hammer and anvil in her East End studio as an octogenarian.
- The French president's office says U.S. Joint Chiefs chairman Gen. Mark Milley will receive France's highest medal of honor for his role in coordinating support for Ukraine and for his more than 40-year military career spent in defense of democracy
- A Texas high school cheerleader says she tries not to think about the man who allegedly shot her after a teammate mistakenly entered his car in a supermarket parking lot
- In a blow to abortion opponents in Ohio, a fall ballot issue aimed at enshrining access to the procedure in state's constitution will not be split into two separate issues — one about abortion, and one about all other reproductive care
- Critics accuse the British administration of running "government by WhatsApp" due to the popularity of the messaging app with politicians and officials
- The British government has appointed a new acting chair for the BBC five weeks after the resignation of Richard Sharp
- Police said the teens broke a window at the Racanelli Learning Resource Center Wednesday, then damaged and took property before fleeing.
- Ford urges owners of some Lincoln SUVs to park outdoors because they can catch fire with engines offFord is telling owners of more than 140,000 SUVs in the U.S. to park them outside because they can catch fire even when the engines are turned off