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The De Smet Land Judging team had another successful year, beginning with land judging school in De Smet on Sept. 7 and land judging in Redfield on Sept. 12. The Northeast Region Land Judging was … more
The Lake Preston Creative Writing class, along with De Smet Journalism students and Kingsbury Journal editor Billi Aughenbaugh, recently traveled to Leader Printing in Madison, S.D. Teachers Krista … more
Wound Care at Avera De Smet Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of RestorixHealth’s Clinical Distinction award. Recipients of this prestigious award meet or exceed … more
The Kingsbury County Cancer Walk is Sun., Oct. 1, and one new team participating in the walk this year called Hoofin’ for a Cure has been working extra hard to raise donations for Kingsbury County … more
“I love history. I love Laura. Preserving Laura’s legacy is preserving American history ... our history!” Mary Jo Wertz brings a great deal of joy, enthusiasm and positivity to her new job as … more
The De Smet City Council met on Wed., Sept. 13, at the Event Center to discuss several subjects including the water tower, Second and Chase Streets, the road levy and rock-throwing. WATER TOWER Shane … more
De Smet’s Homecoming kicked off on Wed., Sept. 6, when the 2023 Homecoming Royalty was announced. Those nominated were George Jensen, Kadyn Fast, Britt Carlson, Tom Aughenbaugh, Heaven Bachelle, … more
Almost 30 De Smet residents attended the De Smet City Council’s Special Meeting held on Wed., Sept. 6, at the De Smet Event Center to go over the Second Street and Chase Street water, sewer and … more
The school has been busy with dress-up days, cross-country meets, volleyball games and lots of festivities. more
The De Smet School Board met on Mon., Sept. 11, at 5:30 p.m. for a brief meeting. The highlights from the meeting were that a softball coop may be starting, and school enrollment continues to grow. … more
De Smet Chamber of Commerce has a goal to update the wooden sign at the intersection of Highway 25 and Highway 14 to a digital sign. According to Chad Kruse, chamber president, the goal is to make … more
De Smet School Board President Shane Roth has been elected as the Second Vice President of the Associated School Boards of South Dakota (ASBSD) Board of Directors. ASBSD’s Second Vice President … more
The De Smet City Council held a special meeting on Wed., Aug. 30, at City Hall to go over special liquor licenses and the first reading of the 2024 Appropriations Ordinance IV-226. All special liquor … more
De Smet students will be celebrating homecoming week, Sept. 10-16, with the following events. Sunday – Coronation will be held at the Dog House at 7 p.m. School Dress-Up Days: Monday - Hawaiian Day … more
If you need help moving, two new businesses in De Smet may be able to help. If you are struggling with getting around physically, Dr. Rylie Osthus with Dakota Family Chiropractic can help, and if you … more
On Fri., Sept. 8, at 7 p.m., the De Smet Bulldogs will be playing football against Oldham-Ramona-Rutland in Rutland. Rutland will be holding their 8th Annual Military/First Responder Appreciation … more
The De Smet Community Women (DCW) held a New Member Supper on Aug. 16 at the De Smet Event Center. We reached out to the DCW and the Lake Preston Progressive Community Women (PCW) to find out more … more
Last Wed., Aug. 16, the Hazel Meyer Memorial Library lawn was filled with vendors from Arlington, De Smet and Hayti, selling their goods at the Farmers Market for the final time of the season. The … more
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