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Vermillion girls’ soccer hosted Sioux Falls Christian last Thursday during homecoming week. The Tanagers were 1-4-1 going into the game against the 3-1-1 Chargers.

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More than students are in a learning phase at the Vermillion School District in this early phase of the new school year. Teachers and staff are also receiving lessons on how to use new technology in their respective school buildings.

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According to an Associated Press report, the attorney for Vermillion native Paul Erickson, who is linked to an admitted Russian covert agent, is asking a judge to delay his client’s trial on accusations he bilked at least $2.3 million from dozens of people in a bogus investment scam.

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For the past several years, USD Professor Jing Williams and students in her education classes have been researching Clay County veterans who were killed during WW I, WW II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. In 2018, the book, “Hometown’s Fallen: Discovering the Human Aspects of War,” was …

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Tara Pirak, the owner of Valley Ag Supply of rural Gayville, couldn’t have ordered a better day.

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The Vermillion City Council recently had a productive discussion with representatives from the University of South Dakota. You can read more about that in this week’s edition – the story begins on the front page.

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We were only in the first week of class when Evan asked something that would become the norm for him through much of the semester. We had just finished looking at some ideas on using math to make decisions in life when he asked, "When will we ever use this?"

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Steve Kruse, the IT director at the Vermillion School District, gave members of the Vermillion School Board Monday, Sept. 9 an update on how technology is being used in the district’s buildings.

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For years I cared for a young gentleman with recurrent leg swelling associated with redness, fever, pain and open sores between his toes and lower legs and the rash of athlete’s foot. Once again, the emergency room doctor admitted the patient, and started him on intravenous antibiotics while…

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VERMILLION, SD – As communities across South Dakota come to grips with the latest damage caused by severe flooding, SDPB’s South Dakota FOCUS broadcasts special, in-depth flood coverage Thursday, Sept. 26, at 8 p.m. on SDP1 and SDPB.org.

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The Vermillion boys’ soccer team hosted the top-ranked team in the state, Sioux Falls Christian, last Tuesday of homecoming week. Tough calls and aggressive opponents led to a 3-8 loss for the Tanagers.

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Tanager boys’ soccer traveled to Huron for a faceoff against James Valley Christian. The game ended in a draw, 1-1.

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The boys’ golf team hosted their second of three consecutive meets last Thursday. Eleven teams came to compete in the Vermillion High School Invite, and the Tanagers placed second.

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Vermillion girls tennis competed in the Brandon Valley Invitational last Friday. The Tanagers played the host team, Milbank, and Spearfish.

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A University of South Dakota chemistry major now has experience doing research on jumping genes at South Dakota State University, thanks to a research fellowship program. Jumping genes are DNA segments that are able to replicate and paste themselves into a new position on the same or another…

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Vermillion, SD- The Vermillion Community Mural Project is hosting a dedication event celebrating the completion of Eúŋkičhetupi: Come Back to Life, the first installation of a two-part mural, designed and created by Reyna Hernandez, Elizabeth Skye, Inkpa Mani, and assisted by Amber Hansen, J…

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Ahoy, Matey! This weekend, grab your pirate and historical gear for a new, unique event happening in Vermillion. This Saturday, Sept. 14, catch the first annual First Gear festival, a family-friendly steampunk pirate event being held at the Washington Street Arts Center, 202 Washington Street.

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The Vermillion School Board hired Puetz Corporation, a firm based in Mitchell, to serve as the construction manager of the proposed building addition to Vermillion High School at its regular meeting Monday night.

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Hog Hammer BBQ, a team of four friends from Omaha, Nebraska, walked away Saturday with top honors at the South Dakota BBQ Championship held as part of the Ribs, Rods and Rock ‘n Roll celebration in Vermillion.

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A part of the crowd in downtown Vermillion Friday is reflected in the sunglasses of Mary Begley as the local band "Mrs. Begley and the Boys" kicks off a weekend of barbecued ribs, a car show and live rock 'n roll music during the community's annual Ribs, Rods and Rock 'n Roll celebration. Lo…

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Neither the collegiate environment nor that of competitive Dance and Cheer are new to Mount Marty College’s (MMC) new Executive Director of Marketing/Cheer and Dance Head Coach Kelsey Freidel Nelson. However, MMC is new to competitive cheer and dance, so Freidel Nelson has her work cut out for her.

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Vermillion, SD- National Guard’s Armory in Vermillion (603 Princeton) and Community Blood Bank will partner up to save lives at a special summer community blood drive event held on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Vermillion National Guard’s Armory. The public will have an op…

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The 15th Ribs, Rods, and Rock ‘n Roll celebration, which takes place today and tomorrow, Sept. 6 and 7, will feature all the favorites fans have come to expect: live music, delicious food, the ever-growing car show, a poker run, kids’ inflatables, a cornhole tournament and more.

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During a spell of perfect weather, with sunny skies and calm winds, fans of the Vermillion Tanagers gathered in the bleachers at the Vermillion High School Veterans Sports Complex to officially kick off a new season of sporting and extra-curricular activities at Vermillion High School.

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Area residents and visitors to Vermillion have new artwork to contemplate as they stroll through downtown and across the USD campus, thanks to fresh art installations put into place recently.

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The Vermillion Area Arts Council is finalizing preparation for their upcoming Steampunk Pirate Festival, scheduled to take place on Saturday, Sept. 14. First Gear will be the inaugural year for the fair, which is expected to draw visitors from all over the region to engage in thematic, famil…

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The charade of the Clay County Board of Adjustment regarding chairman Travis Mockler’s Permit for a large combined hog and cattle feeding operation 50 feet from the slope to the Vermillion River is over. After several months and five hearings (two before the county planning commission and th…