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Redfield City Council discusses subsidizing Redfield Chamber, hears of Emerald Ash Borer problem that is expected to reach Redfield by 2029

During the Redfield City Council meeting held on Monday, January 7th, a couple of issues concerning Redfield's future were discussed.

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Luce, of Wolsey, wins title of Miss South Dakota Jr. Snow Queen

On November 11th, 2018, 14 year old Macie Luce, of Wolsey, was voted Miss Redfield Area Junior Snow Queen. Luce went on to compete in the South Dakota State Jr. Snow Queen contest in Aberdeen, and, nearly two full months later, on January 5th, 2019, after many weeks of practice, she won that title as well.

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Shutting of ShopKo stores reveals fragility of rural retail economies

The pending closure of ShopKo department stores may have devastating effects on four South Dakota small towns that will suffer job losses, decreased access to basic necessities and sales-tax reductions that could limit municipal services.

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VFW 2018 Voice of Democracy/Patriots pen contest winners announced

VFW VOD Chairman Brad Englund in center coordinated and ran the program for 2018, and did a GREAT job. This vital VFW sponsored program offers and allows students the ability to let their voices be heard from the local level to National if chosen at higher levels. 1st Place winners at Post level received a $100.00 check VFW Certificate and a VOD neck Medal.

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Three local citizens honored by Modern Woodmen

On Thursday, September 21, at the Redfield American Legion Post 92 three local citizens were honored by Modern Woodmen for their service to their community.

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LWML makes handmade blankets for pediatric patients

LWML (Lutheran Women’s Missionary League) at Messiah Lutheran Church presented Community Memorial Hospital staff with handmade blankets for their pediatric patients on Friday, September 22.

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Methamphetamine presentations held for Redfield high schoolers

On Thursday, September 7, 2017, two Methamphetamine presentations were held by adult SADD leaders and local law enforcement officers for all Redfield high school students.

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Redfield Elementary reading achievers rewarded with annual Bank of the West pizza party

On September 6th, at 11a.m., the Bank of the West held their annual pizza party for Redfield Elementary School summer reading achievers in the RHS auditorium. Due to a shortage of buses available, this is the first year that the pizza party was held in the school auditorium, as it was previously held annually in the Redfield armory. However, there was no less excitement among the children.

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41 Redfield FCCLA Members Participate in 2017 State FCCLA Leadership Conference

Members from the Redfield FCCLA Chapter joined over 1,500 members, advisors, and guests who attended the South Dakota FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) Leadership Conference held on April 2-4 at the Denny Sanford Convention Center/Sh

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Additional Articles

  • Obituaries

    Ethelene Marie (Geuke) Fliehe

    Ethelene Marie (Geuke) Fliehe, 93, of Redfield, SD, passed away Sunday, January 6, 2019 at the Eastern Star Home in Redfield.

  • Obituaries

    Pauletta Mae Canfield

    Pauletta Mae (Rowan) Canfield, 69, of Redfield, SD, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at the Redfield Care and Rehabilitation Center.

  • Sports

    Patriots fall to Trojans

    The Patriot offense sputtered as the Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots fell to Faulkton 30-52 on the road. The Patriots could not seem to get their offensive attack firing as they scored 11 points for the first half, and dug an 11-27 halftime scoring deficit that they could not climb out of.

  • Sports

    Nighthawks nip Pheasants

    Tripp-Delmont-Armour clipped Redfield-Doland 47-45 in girls’ basketball action during the Parkston Classic on December 30th. The loss is the first of the season for Redfield-Doland, now 4-1.

  • Community


    MAGISTRATE COURT Cases Disposed 12/24/2018 – 12/30/2018

  • Opinion

    Pastor's Column: "Give 'em heaven, Pastor!"

    There is a handmade poster that hangs on the wall by the mirror. It looks like it was made by about a 6th grade girl. On the paper she wrote, “Give’em heaven Pastor!”

  • Opinion

    Ring Ring, Your Future Is Calling

    According to, New Year’s Day was first celebrated on January 1st in 45 B.C. as the Julian calendar took effect.

  • Community

    Sheriff's Log

    Sheriff's Log 11-30-18 to 12-13-18

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Hundreds flock back to Redfield for All-School Reunion