Langford Area boys basketball coach Paul Raasch won his 500th career game when the Lions stopped Lower Brule in double overtime last weekend.  He is pictured with the Class B state consolation trophy won by the Lions last March.

News

The stakes are high, and Dallas Goedert will be spending the next several months doing all he can to be ready to become an NFL football player.

Thanks to the second-wettest August in 51 years area producers had a “better than expected” harvest in 2017, but the overall moisture total for the year was below normal.

Langford Area boys basketball coach Paul Raasch won his 500th career game when the Lions stopped Lower Brule in double overtime last weekend.  He is pictured with the Class B state consolation trophy won by the Lions last March.

By Roger Merriam
Watertown Public Opinion

Obituaries

Services for Merlene Dunlavy, 69, of Claremont will be held at 10:30 a.m., Friday, January 19, at the United Methodist Church, Claremont. Rev. Rodney Ulmer will officiate.

The funeral for Nelva Kristofferson, longtime Marshall County Treasurer, will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 20, at the First Lutheran Church of Britton. Rev.

Donald L. “Don” Jensen, 72 of Eden, formerly of Aberdeen, passed away on Monday, January 15, 2018, at Avera-St. Luke’s Hospital in Aberdeen.

Marshall County Journal

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