Monday’s City Commissioners meeting began with Commissioner Larry Jurgensen raising his right hand as he recited a statement renewing his oath of office as a commissioner. Jurgensen was elected to another three-year term as a commissioner after he ran unopposed.
It was a Down Home Fourth of July on Saturday as locals flocked to the sidewalk of Main Street to watch the red, white and blue floats make their way down the street. Pictured holding up a peace sign is Melissa Rinehart, center, as she sits among Keiner Rinehart, Asher Willrodt and Angelina Brouse on a parade float.
Husband and wife pair Dr. Zach and Kelli McCready felt their shoulders loosen as they crossed into South Dakota on May 21. Zach had just graduated from Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Ill., with a license to practice dentistry and just a few hours later the two were in their vehicle, trailer in tow, on the road back to South Dakota.
Moriah Glaus rides during the 4-H Horse show on June 29 at the Glaus Ranch
This isn’t so much a column as it is a quick briefing of national sports headlines from the past week. Let’s call it the “In Case You Missed It” edition. A huge congratulations is due to the United States Women’s National Team on their victory over Japan in the World Cup this weekend.
Tobi Peterson flies her paper airplane during an impromptu flight contest Thursday, June 28. PAWS students constructed flying machines using paper, tape and straws during a session with the Discovery Center.