Little League brings community fun

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Little League made its official return to White River with games at the ball diamond on Thursday evening, June 19. White River hosted Wall for a pair of games, minors and majors, and it was good entertainment for the many who stopped by to see the games.

The minors got started at 4 p.m. and Wall had the advantage in that one. They won 9-0. 

In the game that followed, it was White River with the advantage. Colbe Scott got the home team off to a good start when he belted an RBI double in the first inning that scored three. White River rolled from there taking a 10-0 win. Jaden

RASDak bikers pass through area

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By Kristan Krogman

If you were around Mellette County Wednesday or Thursday of last week, it is likely you noticed the influx of bikers that were passing through. The riders were part of the Ride Across South Dakota (RASDak) bike ride organized by

Primary Election 2014

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The Primary Election, held last week June 3, has thinned the field in six races that were on the ballot. 

Results of the race for U.S. Senator, Governor, District 26A Representative, and Sheriff, and voter turnout are listed.

Mellette County part of project Grow: 66/125

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By Kristan Krogman

Altman Studeny from Plankinton was in White River Monday morning where he collected close to three gallons of soil at the Museum. The soil collection is part of a project Studeny has come up with to celebrate South Dakota’s

New sign welcomes visitors to Wood

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A new sign has been erected along the highway near Wood, welcoming passers-by and visitors. “Welcome to Wood” is printed across one side and “Ya’ll come back again” reads the other side. A photograph depicting Wood with the grain elevator

Lions Club hosts rabies clinic

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By Kristan Krogman

There were dogs in crates and cats in boxes, dogs on leashes and cats held tightly by their owners, big dogs, little dogs, scaredy cats and brave cats. Such was the scene at the Lion’s Club’s annual Rabies Clinic held last