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According to federal indictment filed Feb. 5, 2019 with the U.S. District Court in South Dakota, Vermillion native Paul Erickson was active from 1996 to August 2018 in devising schemes to fraudulently obtain money.

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Depending on what the Vermillion City Council decides later this month, citizens of Vermillion may decide more than who they believe should be the next president of the United States in November.

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Sparks fly as a welder from Huron Welding works on the new addition to Vermillion High School that, when complete, will house administrative offices and a new classroom. Weather has been hot this week, but mostly cooperative with only a bit of rain on Monday that interfered a bit with the wo…

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Several questions about last Friday’s Mount Rushmore rally and the possible COVID-19 fallout from it were fielded by South Dakota health officials during a regularly-scheduled media briefing regarding the coronavirus Monday.

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Vermillion native Paul Erickson, who made headlines in July 2018 when his Russian girlfriend, Maria Butina, was arrested on charges of conspiring to infiltrate American political groups on behalf of Russia, was sentenced to seven years in federal prison Monday for crimes not related to Butin…

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Several questions about last Friday’s Mount Rushmore rally and the possible COVID-19 fallout from it were fielded by South Dakota health officials during a regularly-scheduled media briefing regarding the coronavirus Monday.

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Paul Erickson, a Vermillion man and former boyfriend of Russia operative Maria Butina, was sentenced to seven years in federal prison Monday morning in Sioux Falls for defrauding investors in various schemes over the last 20 years.

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A brainstorming session between Leslie Gerrish, co-owner of The Bean coffee shop in downtown Vermillion and Nate Welch, president of the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company (VCDC), has led to a unique way for downtown businesses to hopefully increase their business volume while promot…

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He changed Vermillion’s culture with his master bread baking skills and his love for getting from one place to the other in town on his Cartrike recumbent bicycle.

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Vermillion got a digital treat recently as Codylee Riedmann, recently appointed new director of the Vermillion Food Pantry, was interviewed on the Vermillion Chamber of Commerce and Development’s virtual community coffee hour broadcast.

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The fatality in a two-car accident in Yankton on Monday night, June 22 has been identified as Adrienne Whitefeather, 35, of Vermillion.

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President Donald Trump’s speech during a campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was filled with inaccuracies, racial slurs and, well, downright lies. Log on to: https://www.startribune.com/ap-fact-check-in-time-of-trauma-trumps-congratulates-self/571386481/ if you’re interested in reading more a…

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Acting upon a recommendation from the courthouse planning committee the Clay County Commissioners have agreed to reschedule any bond election for the project until no later than June, 2021. The election was originally planned for the upcoming November general election. At its meeting of June…

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In a recount of the District 17 Senate race between incumbent Sen. Art Rusch of Vermillion and challenger Nancy Rasmussen of Hurley, Rusch has been declared the winner by a four vote margin.

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Kids throughout Vermillion had a chance to don their bathing suits and have fun in the water Tuesday thanks to the Vermillion Fire EMS Department. Firemen teamed up with the Vermillion Parks and Recreation Department to provide a "Hydrant Party" with a refreshing spray of water from one of t…

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After a one-year hiatus, the Vermillion Area Arts Council (VAAC) is bringing the Messy Hands Art Camp back to Vermillion this summer. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the very popular camp will take on a new look as a do-at-your-own pace, take-home summer camp coordinated through the library.

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With COVID-19 precautions in place, the Wakonda Swimming Pool opened last Friday, June 12, for the season. The pool is one of just a few in the area to open this year in the face of the pandemic.