Fall sports to begin practice

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Practices for teams competing through the Fall are set to begin soon. 

Volleyball will begin with a parents/rules meeting  on Tuesday, August 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Janklow Room. Practice will be held on Thursday, August 14 and Friday, August 15 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

Football practice for the high schoolers starts on Thursday, August 14. That day's session will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Practice on Friday begins at 8 a.m. and will end around noon.

Cross country practice for grades 6 though 12 will begin on Monday, August 18. 

Middle School practice for football and

Registration, finalizing schedules for back to school

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School is right around the corner for students of the White River School District, with classes set to begin Tuesday, August 19. In preparation for the start of a new year, several dates have been set aside for registration and finalization of

Mellette County Livestock Show nears

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In just a few weeks, the Mellette County Livestock Improvement Association will host the 20th annual Pen of 3 Heifer and Livestock Show in White River, S.D. Many changes and updates to the show have been made in the past 19 years, and this year, the

Achievement Days set for August 6-7-8

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Achievement Days is next week for 4-Hers and Open Class exhibitors of Mellette and Jones counties. It will be held in Murdo August 6-8. 

The activities begin Wednesday afternoon with the small animal show. Rabbits, poultry, cats, dogs and more

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

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