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Vermillion High School held its 2021 Homecoming Parade down Vermillion's Main Street on Friday, Sept. 10. Over 30 floats were featured and the parade attracted people of all ages to the community's downtown.

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Stan and Tonia Dobosenski only had to walk about a block from Ratingen Platz in downtown Vermillion to their trailer to escape Saturday afternoon’s hot, humid weather.

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VERMILLION — Authorities are continuing their investigation into a false fire alarm at a University of South Dakota building last weekend, which they consider a criminal act causing damage and taking first responders from their duties.

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The Vermillion School District appears to be reigning in COVID-19 cases a few days after the number of cases at Austin Elementary School triggered a mask mandate there that’s built into the district’s Return To School Plan.

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After a year in which the COVID-19 pandemic made public participation in Vermillion’s annual Ribs, Rods and Rock ‘n Roll impossible, organizers are ready for this year’s event to begin Friday, Sept. 10 as it always has – with a great turnout of competitors and people from the community and s…

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Mya DeJong and Zach Brady will reign over a busy week of Homecoming activities at Vermillion High School after being crowned the 2021 queen and king at the Coronation ceremony held Monday night, Sept. 6, in the high school auditorium.

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Members of the Vermillion City Council had to deal with a factor that no other city council has faced for approximately a century -- formulating a budget during a global pandemic.

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A subcontractor involved with the Vermillion Downtown Streetscape Project is claiming that the prime contractor for the project, Schwartzle Construction of Tea, owes it money.

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Last January, during her State of the State address, Gov. Kristi Noem urged people to consider moving to South Dakota, to settle the plains much like our ancestors did.

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Mya DeJong and Zach Brady will reign over a busy week of Homecoming activities at Vermillion High School after being crowned the 2021 queen and king at the Coronation ceremony held Monday night, Sept. 6, in the high school auditorium.

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Lifeguards at Prentis Plunge worked to get the Vermillion Rotary Club’s rubber ducks in a row as they plunged down the water slide to float at the aquatic facility’s lazy river on Aug. 21. Approximately 500 ducks took part in the race, held to raise money that helps pay for the club’s variou…

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The Vermillion City Council approved a change order to the Downtown Streetscape Project at its Aug. 16 meeting that makes some small changes to the project’s design and gives more time to the main contractor, Schwartzle Construction, to complete the project.

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Vermillion city offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, in observance of Labor Day. Regular business hours will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 7 and the Vermillion City Council’s regular meeting, which is usually held on Mondays, will be held 7 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall.

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The City of Vermillion, along with the United Way of Vermillion and the Vermillion Chamber and Development Company (VCDC) took a chance last month, betting that if they offered cold, hard Vermillion Bucks to Clay County citizens, it would compel them to get a shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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The data from the latest U.S. Census is in and several of the numbers look good for Clay County according to Mayor Kelsey Collier-Wise.

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The Vermillion School Board made a slight tweak to its Return To School Plan (RTSP) during a special meeting Tuesday morning held at the administration office at Vermillion High School.

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Last March, I focused on a lot of different things when writing in this space about Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, the car accident that he was involved in that allegedly took the life of a man walking along a highway and the actions of the governor.

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Vermillion school administrators and the school district’s attorney, Jim McCullough, are gathering information this week so that the Vermillion School Board may discuss changes in restroom practices and policy in the school district’s buildings.

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Reverend Matthew Bless has been called to serve Concordia Lutheran Church of Vermillion with an Installation Service scheduled for 3 p.m. on September 5. Paul Albers, former Concordia pastor, is now leading a congregation in Omaha, Nebraska.