A-Cross America Relay

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By Kristan Krogman

The Cedar Butte to White River leg of the 2014 A-Cross America Relay is taking shape. Local runners and walkers will complete the leg Tuesday, April 8, as part of the nationwide relay. The Relay is organized by Life Runners, a pro-life running/walking organization whose mission is to pray, raise funds and run/walk together until crossing the finish line that ends abortion.

This is the second year for the A-Cross America Relay. This year the Relay began on March 5, with participants on the west coast starting from the

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Election candidates thus far

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By Kristan Krogman

March 25 was the last day to file Primary Election nominating petitions. Partisan candidates are required to file by that date and are listed on the June 3 Primary Election ballot. Those running as an Independent can still file and are directly eligible for the General Election in November. The filing deadline for Independent

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Nine straight trips to State, historically speaking

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By Kristan Krogman

The White River Tigers have returned from the 2014 State B Boys Basketball Tournament, this year placing 7th in a field comprised of strong contenders from top to bottom. 2014 marked the Tigers ninth straight trip to the State Tournament and here we take a look at how that stacks up historically.

There are two teams that

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Height and Weight Report finds majority of school district's students overweight

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By Kristan Krogman

The South Dakota School Height and Weight Report has been released for the 2012-13 school year. The Height and Weight Report is a summary of height and weight data submitted by schools voluntarily, with this year’s data taken from just over thirty five percent of the state’s school children (190 participating schools). This

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Krogman named MVP at State Amateurs

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Louie Krogman, White River grad and 2013 graduate of the University of South Dakota, was named MVP of the March 1-2 State Amateur Basketball Tournament in Presho. Krogman and his Pierre All Around Graphix team won the title in the A division. 

En route to the championship, Krogman totalled 112 points, placing him 5th all-time on most points

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Wood Fire Dept. Benefit a success

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By Kristan Krogman

It was a packed house  Saturday at Karla’s Last Kall in Wood for the Volunteer Fire Department’s annual Benefit.

“It was awesome and the biggest one ever,” said Karla Ryno who helped organize the event. 

Despite the bitterly cold winter weather, folks came from all around to help raise money in support of the local

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Petitions filed for local offices

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By Kristan Krogman

Petitions were due last week for those seeking to fill positions open on several local boards. Positions were open on the White River school board and the city boards of both Wood and White River. 

No municipal election will be necessary in either White River or Wood. Two residents completed petitions for spots on the

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