Monthly Archives: February 2021

Stanley County Commission To Meet Tonight

FORT PIERRE — The Stanley County Commission is holding its second meeting of 2021 tonight. Commissioners will consider approval of the agenda, minutes from the January 5th meeting, claims and will hear the Treasurer’s and Auditor’s reports before moving on to regular business. Director of Equalization Roger Fuller with discus a resolution for a conditional…read more »

Bad Controller Discovered As Issue With Bad River Pedestrian Bridge Lighting

FORT PIERRE — Less than three months after their debut over the Bad River, decorative lighting on the structure connecting downtown Fort Pierre and Fishers Lilly Park have experienced a setback. Fort Pierre Public Works Director Rick Hahn says the issue with the lights not operating properly has been discovered… The 72-thousand dollar project to…read more »

Mid America Business Index Shows Strong Growth In January

OMAHA, NE — For an eighth straight month, the Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index, a leading economic indicator for the nine-state region stretching from Minnesota and the Dakotas to Arkansas, moved strongly into growth territory.  Ernie Goss, director of Creighton University’s Economic Forecasting Group, directs the monthly survey.. Goss says hiring was still in positive…read more »

Fort Pierre City Council To Meet Tonight

FORT PIERRE — The Fort Pierre City Council is meeting tonight at the South Dakota Municipal League building in Fort Pierre. The Council will consider approval of the agenda and declare any conflicts of interest before hearing reports from city officials. Seven items of new business will greet the Council tonight. Council members will consider…read more »

Hughes County Commissioners Set To Meet Tonight

PIERRE — The Hughes County Commission is meeting tonight at the Hughes County Courthouse. A public hearing will be held at 5:30 for an approach on Linnell Street before Commissioners move into the heart of the agenda. An executive session will be held right away so Commissioners can consult with counsel. The Commission will consider…read more »