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Dell Rapids sportsman honored with statewide award for work with youth

Creating safe hunters who respect the sportís heritage and the land they use doesnít happen by chance. It takes dedicated adults to pass down the same values their elders instilled in them.

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Aldermen get first peek at 2015 budget outlook

Administrators at City Hall say increases in utility rates and property taxes for Dell Rapids residents are inevitable if...  Full Story

City finance officer resigns for private sector job

LeAnn Kerzman is leaving her position as finance officer for the City of Dell Rapids for a job in the private sector.  Full Story

A Little Piece of History: From the first train to Lover's Lane

In the early 1880s, the first train chugged into Dell Rapids. By then, the town had 993 residents and 50 businesses.  Full Story

Ray's Readings: Teachers are a 'mad' bunch

We as educators, believe that each student is endowed with his or her own individual capacities and characteristics, and that...  Full Story

Alice''s Attic: Danish pen pals cherish special connection

Reading the article in the Argus Leader about the two ladies who have been pen pals for many years inspired me to write about...  Full Story

Quarrier Corner: A.D. shares his top 10 changes for new school year

Weíre back! The 2014-15 school year is upon us, and as we kick off our first practices and games, I thought I would take this...  Full Story

History column: Life, work of longtime Dells lawyer admirable

When preparing to write this article I had an idea in my mind.  Full Story

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