Armed Staffers Approved in Mellette, in Spink County

Armed Staffers Approved in Mellette, in Spink County

A school in Mellette is the second in South Dakota to allow approved employees to carry guns. The American News reports that the Northwestern Area School Board approved the move unanimously this month. South Dakota lawmakers passed a school sentinel law in 2013, a few...
Demolition Derby and Fireworks July 4th

Demolition Derby and Fireworks July 4th

Independence Day activities in Valentine will kick off at 11 am with the annual Lion’s Club 4th of July parade. The theme this year is “I “Heart” Patriotism”. The parade will start at 1st and Main and take the standard parade route up...
Fire at Holiness Chapel in St. Francis

Fire at Holiness Chapel in St. Francis

After a rash of multiple break-ins and incidents of vandalism at the Holiness Chapel in St. Francis, a fire broke out at the church during the early morning hours on June 4th, 2017. It is believed that the fire was likely arson, and is still under investigation. The...
RST Law Enforcement News

RST Law Enforcement News

On June 20, 2017 the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement Services responded to the Break in in the Antelope Community. It was reported that a large amount of US currency was unlawfully taken from the business. On June 21, 2017 the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement...
Todd County School Board Election Results

Todd County School Board Election Results

TODD COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT HELD ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY (JUNE 20TH) FOR ONE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FOR A 3 YEAR TERM AND ONE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FOR A 1 YEAR TERM. PRELIMINARY RESULTS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 3 YEAR TERM: 626 TOTAL VOTES WERE CAST, WITH LINDA BORDEAUX RECEIVING 238...
Mobile Children’s Museum Coming to Valentine

Mobile Children’s Museum Coming to Valentine

Valentine is hosting the Nebraska Children’s Mobile Museum on June 24 & 25 from 1-8 pm at the Valentine High School, in celebration of Nebraska’s 150th Anniversary. The Valentine Rotary Club is coordinating volunteers for the event. Rotary still needs...