The winners of the 4th Annual South Dakota Soybean Yield & Quality Contest were announced on December 11th at the SDSA and SDRPC recognition banquet. Close to 300 entries were submitted, varying throughout ten categories. Congratulations to the following:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Wednesday is implementing a plan to help phase out the use of medically important antimicrobials in food animals for food production purposes, such as to enhance growth or improve feed efficiency. The plan would also phase in veterinary oversight of the remaining appropriate therapeutic uses of such drugs.
WORTHINGTON – Minnesota Cornerstone Drug Court celebrated their first graduation Wednesday in Nobles County District Court, commemorating the moment with smiles, laughter and even a few tears.
Several years ago, a similar graduation in another part of the state had Judge Timothy Connell wondering why southwest Minnesota was the only area that didn’t have a drug court. He worked tirelessly to get the Cornerstone Drug Court up and running, continuing to put things together even as he edged toward retirement.
SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa – A Spirit Lake man charged with murdering a Jackson woman made an initial court appearance this morning in Dickinson County District Court. Tailer James Handsaker, 21, of Spirit Lake is being held on a $500,000 bond.
The Dickinson County Sheriff's Office states deputies were called to 28th Street in rural Spirit Lake at 10:25 p.m. Sunday after getting a report of an unresponsive female. Authorities say the woman was deceased upon their arrival. She was identified as 36-year-old Sarah Renee Grimmius of Jackson.
LUVERNE – A body found in Luverne Saturday morning has been identified by the Rock County Sheriff’s Office as Percy Manning of Luverne, formerly of Chicago, Ill. The sheriff’s office says Manning was 58 years old, however the funeral home assisting the family with arrangements has Manning listed as 59.
Manning was found in the snow at the intersection of Crawford Street and Highway 75 shortly before 9 a.m. Saturday.
Former Worthington Trojan Martha Alwal is re-writing the record books down at Mississippi State University. Alwal, now a junior with the Lady Bulldogs, has already broken the school’s all-time record for blocked shots in her career. With 3 blocked shots in the Lady Bulldogs only loss of the season to Middle Tennessee in the Championship Game at the Gulf Coast Showcase, Alwal broke the school record of 180 career blocked shots held by Chanel Mokango.
The Little Sioux Conference has released their 2013 All-Conference Football Team.
Jordan Dingmann, Adrian
Logan Rogers, Adrian
Jake Bullerman-Diekmann, Adrian
Andy McCann, Adrian
Jesse Slater, Adrian
Logan Kluis, Murray County Central
Jeff Gladis, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Alec Engler, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Nathan Pavek, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Cole Hennen, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Austin Buysee, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Daniel Harrison, Minneota/Lincoln HI
Michael Anyasike, Dawson-Boyd
Michael Lee, Dawson-Boyd
Joey Lee, Dawson-Boyd
Dalton Palmer, Dawson-Boyd
The latest boys basketball ratings by Minnesota Basketball News.
1. Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa (1-0)
2. Rushford-Peterson (2-0)
3. Mountain Lake Area (1-0)
4. Southwest Minnesota Christian (2-0)
5. Dawson-Boyd (0-0)
6. Battle Lake (2-0)
7. Maranatha (2-0)
8. Ada-Borup (0-0)
9. Northern Freeze (1-0)
1. Perham (3-0)
2. Fairmont (4-0)
3. Esko (1-1)
4. Minnehaha Academy (0-0)
5. Plainview-Elgin-Millville (3-0)
6. Rochester Lourdes (2-0)
7. Pelican Rapids (3-0)
8. East Grand Forks (3-1)
9. Saint Cloud Cathedral (2-2)
The latest girls basketball ratings by Minnesota Basketball News.
1. Minneota (1-0)
2. Mountain Iron-Buhl (0-0)
3. Ada-Borup (0-0)
4. Goodhue (3-0)
5. Maranatha (0-0)
6. Blooming Prairie (1-0)
7. North Woods (1-0)
8. Win-E-Mac (0-0)
9. Lyle-Pacelli (1-0)
10. Mankato Loyola (2-0)
1. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (0-0)
2. Kenyon-Wanamingo (3-0)
3. New London-Spicer (1-0)
4. Staples-Motley (2-0)
5. Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (1-0)
6. Plainview-Elgin-Millville (1-0)
7. Pequot Lakes (0-0)
8. Foley (0-0)
9. Sauk Centre (0-0)
JAMESTOWN, N.D, December 4, 2013 - Farm Rescue, a nonprofit organization that provides planting and harvesting assistance free of charge to farm families who have experienced a major illness, injury or natural disaster, has finished harvesting for 2013. 50 farm families were helped this year, and the reasons ranged from paralysis, broken bones, cancer and natural disasters.