Chief Justice David Gilbertson delivered the annual State of the Judiciary message to a joint session of the South Dakota Legislature last week Wednesday and called South Dakota’s Rural Attorney Program the “gold standard.” (Photo by Jeremy Waltner, Freeman Courier)

Rural Law Programs Making Headway In SD

When David Gilbertson delivered his State of the Judiciary address last week Wednesday he updated lawmakers on programs that got their start under his direction as chief justice. Gilbertson called

The Block Party Quilters was organized about 23 years ago under the leadership of Pam Moeckly and meets once a month at the Methodist Church. In front left to right are Beverly Seibel, Darla Larson, and Shirley Symens. Back row Rhonda Buer, Bonnie Sigaty, Shari Menning, Vi Mikula, Vergie Wallace, Dorthy Jones, Deb Normandy, Pam Moeckly, Paulette Kelsey, and Kathy Buisker.

Group Spreads Warmth

About 20 quilting women multiplied by 23 years equals a whole bunch of warmth sent around the country and world. The Block Party Quilters was organized about 23 years ago

Melissa Hunt

Hunt Is Award Winner

Melissa Hunt of Wheatcrest Hills in Britton has been recognized as a Millie E. Olson Award winner. The award was created by South Dakota Health Care Association (SDHCA), a statewide

South Dakota’s first female governor Kristi Noem gave her first State of the State speech to South Dakota legislators on Tuesday.

Noem Gives First State Of State

Gov. Kristi Noem proposed an aggressive line-up of policy proposals during her State of the State speech on Tuesday. She promised to tackle improved internet access in rural areas, increased


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