Lake County Emergency Management Director Kody Keefer will be recognized on Tuesday morning at a regular meeting of the Lake County Commission. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the commission meeting room of the Lake County Courthouse.
SIOUX FALLS — A group of nearly 1,000 gathered at Sanford Health’s Menlo campus. The rally was organized by employees and grassroot coalitions, following the announcements by both Sanford and Avera Health systems that all employees and staff must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Oct. 18 o…
COVID-19 threw a wrench in a lot of lives, including that of a local attorney with plans to retire. Jay Leibel is still working on cases that were delayed as a result of the virus.
School athletics were the primary discussion topic on Monday night when the Madison School Board held a regular meeting prior to homecoming coronation.
Shoppers shouldn’t feel bad if they are a little overwhelmed when they visit the new Runnings in Madison. The new store is seven times the size of Runnings’ old location with increased stock in every department.
More than two dozen motorcycles pulled out of the parking lot to the east of the Madison Fire Department on Saturday noon when the Lake Chapter of ABATE of South Dakota took to the road for the annual 9/11 Memorial Ride.
The discussion of a potential wrestling cooperative as well as the Dakota State University athletic facilities project will be on the agenda when the school board of the Madison Central School District meets at 5:30 p.m. on Monday in the high school/middle school library.
The morning was crisp and clear, as only a September morning can be, as the bell tolled, each peal rolling out across the small community of Rutland on Friday morning.
In a new 5,000-square-foot building, Infotech Solutions of Madison is ready to grow as more businesses realize the need for cybersecurity services.
Residents of Madison who have had their COVID-19 vaccinations will have a chance to win a share of $25,000 in a new incentive program approved Tuesday night by the Madison City Commission.
Lake County commissioners, who have been working on the 2022 budget since hearing budget requests on July 6, discussed ways to fund the 2022 budget on Tuesday morning.
Lake County commissioners supported the Lake County Highway Advisory Committee’s recommendation that a highway management plan be developed by including the services of IMS in the budget for 2022.
At its next meeting, the Madison City Commission will consider the second reading of two medical marijuana ordinances as well as discuss the creation of a vaccine lottery incentive program.
A two-block extravaganza on Saturday is going to offer both family fun and the opportunity to pick up small gifts. South Dakota’s only bacon festival will kick off at 11 a.m. with a scavenger hunt and continue into the evening.
The Dakota State Paulson Cyber Incubator and Entrepreneurial Center and South Dakota Biotech are initiating a collaborative project this weekend with a business bootcamp.
Sportsmen have a new place to look for guns and shoppers have a new place to look for bargains with the opening of R&A Pawn, Guns Sales and Service in downtown Madison.
Late Tuesday afternoon, when a reporter visits Lindsey Dietterele’s third-grade classroom, the students are working on writing a friendly letter to the residents of Bethel Lutheran Home.
The burn ban which has been effect since late June in Lake County has been lifted. Lake County Emergency Management Director Kody Keefer said the change was effective immediately.
The Lake County Commission has heard the first reading of two ordinances which are being put in place to allow the sale of medical marijuana in areas zoned for commercial use within the county.
On Monday, the final U.S. troops left Kabul, ending a 20-year military presence in Afghanistan which began following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Officials with the Madison Central School District have put out special calls for certain types of workers because K-12 schools have needed to deal with the continuing complications caused by COVID-19.
One Madison business is serving a national and international clientele. The flight school at Riggin Flight Service serves students from across the country and around the world.
Its arrival was a day late, but the wait seemed to only whet the appetites of visitors to the Prairie Village Steam Threshing Jamboree last weekend when they were able to watch Walt Schaefer’s Belgian horses power a century-old threshing machine that separated wheat stalks into grain, straw …
Dakota State University alum Matt Paulson returned to his alma mater on Saturday to help celebrate the opening of the DSU Entrepreneurial Building and Paulson Cyber Incubator and Entrepreneurial Center.
On Thursday during the annual Prairie Village home-baked pie contest, the jokes about banana cream pies in the face and pie fights seen in old Laurel and Hardy and Three Stooges movies were not to be found. Expert judges determined that the banana cream pie baked and entered by a Howard woma…
The Lake County Commission will hold a joint meeting with the Lake County Planning Commission at 9 a.m. on Tuesday in the commission meeting room of the Lake County Courthouse.
City commissioners on Monday approved new charges assessed to Madison utility consumers related to tapping into municipal water mains and the installation of state-of-the-art water meters by city workers.
Madison’s commissioners on Monday reviewed a summary of the requests for funding in the city’s 2022 budget that were submitted by a dozen local nonprofit groups and organizations.