Ainsworth Star-Journal

The Brown County Planning Commission met on January 10th to consider a proposal by Brown County Commissioner Reagan Wiebelhaus to make a change to the zoning regulations for Special Use Permits for

West Plains President Mike Kreycik (left) presented a $10,000.00 check to committee members of the Grand Theater project.

Long Pine City Council - Linda Alberts, Aaron Miller and Kathy Papstein (Teresa LeMunyan absent), listened to options by the council and general public on criteria for waivers for charging the “$30

Valentine Midland News

The Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement Services issued the following release:

The first baby of 2019 that was born in Cherry County Hospital was Mni Akuwin Mae Stone. Her name means Brings Home Water and is pronounced Mini Akoui.

Gregory Times-Advocate

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

Pauline Rotter observed her 100th birthday on Saturday, January 5, 2019, at the Avera Rosebud Country Care Center.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) is making progress in its study of the Highway 44 Platte-Winner Bridge over the Missouri River.

Sports

In their second game of the week, the Ainsworth Lady Bulldogs hosted the O’Neill Lady Eagles on January 10th.

Ainsworth started slow against the O’Neill Eagles, but came out on top 57 - 52 on January 10th in McAndrew Gym.

The Gorillas hit the road on Tuesday, January 8, for their first of three games last week when they travelled to Wagner.

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