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During this holiday season, the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library will once again be accepting donations of unopened non-perishable food items for the Vermillion Food Pantry! Through the month of December, patrons who have accumulated overdue fines, with the exception of replacemen…

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A three-pound baby entered the world in recent days. This precious child was born after his Mom spent seven weeks in the hospital on bedrest. At home, Dad and two siblings were working, going to school, and worrying. Surrounding the family were two sets of grandparents who ensured that the p…

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I hope everyone enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving feast yesterday, filled with good food, good fellowship and a sense of hope that helped take your minds off the rather gloomy stuff we’ve had to experience in 2020.

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You don’t have to convince members of the Clay County Historical Society (CCHS) that COVID-19 is a gigantic wet blanket.

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Join the Vermillion Public Library and presenter Eric Model on Friday, Dec. 4 at noon for a virtual "Journeys into" program that explores the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked, and forgotten. Learn about places, people, events, and stories of authentic Americana "beyond the interstate…

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University of South Dakota staff and students received written recommendations from President Sheila Gestring Friday, Nov. 13 that they voluntarily quarantine and attend their last 10 days of classes of this semester virtually instead of in-person.

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Join the Vermillion Public Library and presenter Eric Model on Friday, Dec. 4 at noon for a virtual "Journeys into" program that explores the offbeat, off the beaten path, overlooked, and forgotten. Learn about places, people, events, and stories of authentic Americana "beyond the interstate…

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The South Dakota Shakespeare Festival (SDSF) announced this week that they are planning to move forward with a professional production of “Twelfth Night”, or “What You Will”, in Vermillion’s Prentis Park, June 17-20, 2021. In light of the COVID-19 environment, the rehearsal and production pr…

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This year, you can make the Christmas holiday a little brighter for area children by buying a gift or offering a monetary donation to the Giving Tree project, an annual venture of the Theta Omega Chapter of ESA in conjunction with the Salvation Army.

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Approximately 30 elementary and middle school teams traveled to Vermillion last weekend for a robotics tournament. It was the first tournament hosted by the non-profit youth organization ROV (Robotics of Vermillion).

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University of South Dakota students received a written recommendation from President Sheila Gestring Friday that they voluntarily quarantine and attend their last 10 days of classes of this semester virtually instead of in-person.

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The Vermillion School Board will hold a special meeting at 8 a.m., Monday, Nov. 16, for the sole purpose of discussing “COVID-19 updates,” according to the meeting’s agenda. The meeting will be held in the school administration building.

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Penny Doty’s inclination to join the military began while growing up on her family’s dairy farm near Irene, where she spent countless hours tagging along with her father doing chores and accompanying him as he worked in the fields.

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As the nation comes off a highly divisive election, U.S. Rep. Dusty Johnson says politicians like to use military terms to describe the bunker mentality of Washington and other places.

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Gregg Peters, manager of the Vermillion Municipal Liquor Store, had both good news and not-so-good news to report when discussing business trends at the city-owned business.

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As Wednesday’s Veterans Day was approaching and, along with it, the plans to dedicate the Patriots Plaza on the University of South Dakota, I couldn’t help but think of one of the most memorable events I’ve covered in the Vermillion community: the dedication of the Clay County Veterans Memor…