Yearly Archives: 2021

Stanley County Track Travels to Kimball Friday

Stanley County Track Travels to Kimball Friday

The Stanley County Buffaloes will be back on the track on Friday as they travel to Kimball. It’s the final meet before the Region meet next week Thursday, May 20. The Buffaloes competed in the Capitol City Qualifier on Tuesday at Hollister Field. Evan Nordstrom won two events for Stanley County as Nathan Cook won…read more »

Pierre Baseball Hosts Washington, Lincoln to Close out Regular Season

Pierre Baseball Hosts Washington, Lincoln to Close out Regular Season

The Pierre Governor baseball team will wrap up its regular season on Friday and Saturday as they host both Washington and Lincoln in must win games for seeding. Washington is coming into Friday with a doubleheader sweep of Mitchell on Tuesday which puts them two games over .500 in Class A games, meaning the seed…read more »

Sully Buttes Track Hosts CSDC Meet Saturday

Sully Buttes Track Hosts CSDC Meet Saturday

The Sully Buttes Chargers Track and Field team will get to be at home one more time this season as they host the Central South Dakota Conference track meet on Saturday. Sully Buttes was a part of the Capitol City Qualifier on Tuesday in Pierre going up against some Class A and AA opponents. Stevie…read more »

Pierre Track back in Aberdeen for ESD

Pierre Track back in Aberdeen for ESD

The Pierre Governor track and Field team after a strong performance at home on Tuesday, will be back in Aberdeen, a week after last competing there, for the ESD track meet. Pierre had 13 event winners on Tuesday with a few ESD members of Aberdeen Central and Huron. This is the last event the Govs…read more »

Pierre Golf Teed off for Continued Success

Pierre Golf Teed off for Continued Success

The Pierre Governor Golf team swung much better in the latter of back-to-back invites last week Thursday and Friday. On Friday the Governors will look for continued success in Mitchell. It’s a preview of the ESD meet for the Governors as they will play in Mitchell later this month on May 27. Consistency is what…read more »

Mehlhaff Receives Community Leader Award For Years Of Commitment To Public Power

Mehlhaff Receives Community Leader Award For Years Of Commitment To Public Power

PIERRE — Pierre City Commissioner Jim Mehlhaff has only a handful of remaining Commission meetings left before stepping off the dais after 12 years on the Commission. A long-time Utilities Commissioner during his tenure, Mehlhaff was given a Community Leader award by Missouri River Energy Services, one of the City of Pierre’s power suppliers… Utilities…read more »

Key Lime Air Pilot Safety Lands After Mid-Air Collision

Key Lime Air Pilot Safety Lands After Mid-Air Collision

DENVER, CO — A cargo plane owned by Key Lime Air, the parent company of Denver Air Connection, which will be serving Pierre in July, survived a mid-air collision with another aircraft and landed safely in Colorado Wednesday. Air traffic control communications from LiveACT-dot-com reveal the unnamed pilot of Key Lime Fight 970 didn’t seem…read more »

Avera To Hold Covid Vaccine Clinic For Eligible Students At GMMS Monday

Avera To Hold Covid Vaccine Clinic For Eligible Students At GMMS Monday

PIERRE — With the announcement from the Centers for Disease Control that children 12 to 15 years old are now eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations, Avera Health is working with the Pierre School District on a vaccination clinic at Georgia Morse Middle School. The clinic will take place on Monday May 17th from four to seven…read more »

Traditional Banks Watching As Crypto Currencies Make News

Traditional Banks Watching As Crypto Currencies Make News

PIERRE — While crypto currencies like Bitcoin are getting a lot of attention, commercial banks are waiting on the sidelines.  South Dakota Bankers Association President Karl Adam says they opposed a bill in this year’s legislature dealing with those online transactions… Adam says the volatility of crypto currency is a problem for banks.. Adam says there…read more »