Developer Eric Johnson once again faced questions about access to the Smith’s Cove Development on Tuesday morning when he asked the Lake County Commission to approve the final Phase I development plan.
Three deer crossed the road at Lake Herman State Park on Saturday and District Park Manager John Bame noted another blessing. The deer were enjoying the new foliage to which they had access due to all the downed trees.
A storm carried 100-mph wind gusts to Madison and the rest of South Dakota on Thursday, damaging homes and leaving thousands without power.
RAPID CITY — A joint welcome home and deployment ceremony is scheduled for two Rapid City-based South Dakota Army National Guard units on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Aviation Readiness Center next to the local airport.
The Lake County Commission will be holding a public hearing on a new retail malt beverage license as part of its regular meeting on Tuesday. The meeting starts at 9 a.m. in the commission meeting room of the Lake County Courthouse.
The Madison Central School Educational Foundation board of directors and scholarship donors were present on Thursday to award foundation scholarships to Madison High School graduating seniors.
The Lake County Museum has a new look and more dynamic programming as a result of a grant-funded position currently held by Courtney “Court” Weck.
The regular meeting of the Ronald Westby VFW Post 2638 Auxiliary was called to order by President Paula Barrick on Monday at 5 p.m. according to ritual. There were six members present.
Horizon Health Foundation recently received a $5,000 donation from Heartland Consumers Power District, a non-profit public power utility providing wholesale power to the city of Plankinton.
Safety was front and center on Saturday when the Madison Lakes Cycling Club hosted the 2022 Madison Bike Safety Day at The Community Center.
Every veteran had a story and U.S. Representative Dusty Johnson invited each to tell it on Thursday afternoon when a ceremony was held at Madison’s Veterans Memorial Park to honor Vietnam veterans.
Two former daily newspaper publishers – both of whom served as president of the South Dakota Newspaper Association – will be inducted into the South Dakota Newspaper Hall of Fame on Friday during the 139th SDNA convention in Mitchell.
Whether she was celebrating, netting your proud angler or putting on a Band-Aid and wiping away a few tears, Mom has probably been a part of your fishing and outdoor memories.
DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY officially broke ground on its new athletics event center at Trojan Field on Monday afternoon. Among those manning the shovels are (left) Joel Jorgenson, Russell Olson, Casey Crabtree, Randy Schaefer, Shirley Blankley, Matt Hocks, Jon Schemmel, President Jose-Marie Gr…
Pallets of tires are lined up under the trees on the grounds at Prairie Village as the nonprofit prepares to kick off the season with its annual consignment auction.
TEA — Lewis & Clark Regional Water System has 32 miles of 16-inch diameter pipe left to construct for the Madison service line. Ten miles of 16-inch diameter pipe were previously constructed — five miles on the south end and five miles on the north end. These remaining 32 miles in the mi…