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Harrold Man Recognized for Outstanding Citizenship by Harrold Masonic Lily Lodge #62

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) An honoring event was held Sunday in Harrold as the Harrold Masonic Lily Lodge #62 held a special recognition for Outstanding Citizenship. Visitors from Pierre, Fort Pierre, Blunt and Onida were present yesterday as Treg Cowan was given the Outstanding Citizenship award. Cowan has long been active in...
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Campground One at Oahe Downstream Now Open

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Electrical pedestals damaged during last year’s flood at Oahe Downstream Recreation Area have been repaired and officials say Campground Number One is now open. District Park Supervisor Pat Buscher says the campground had power restored Friday and 31 electrical sites are available. Also, the comfort station is open with...
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Corps: More Flood Storage Offers Limited Benefit

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says having more space free in the Missouri River’s reservoirs would have reduced but not eliminated last year’s flooding. The corps says in a new report released Friday that flooding still would have caused widespread damage along the Missouri last year because of the...
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SD Army National Guard Giving Up 6 Armories

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota Army National Guard says it will be giving up six armories within the state as a result of relocating Army Guard units. The Argus Leader reports that some 215 soldiers from the Miller, Platte, Redfield, Salem, Webster and Winner units eventually will conduct their drill training...
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