News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Roger Johnson, 90

Roger’s Obituary Britton, SD:  Longtime Britton area resident, Roger Johnson, passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at his residence in Kidder at the age of 90.  A graveside service with Military Honors will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at the Zion Lutheran Cemetery of rural Veblen, SD.  Rev. Mike Honl will… Read more »

Roger Johnson, 90

Roger’s Obituary Britton, SD:  Longtime Britton area resident, Roger Johnson, passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at his residence in Kidder at the age of 90.  A graveside service with Military Honors will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at the Zion Lutheran Cemetery of rural Veblen, SD.  Rev. Mike Honl will… Read more »

Charles Gustafson, 89

Obituary Funeral services for Charles D. Gustafson, 89, of Aberdeen, SD, will be 11:00am, Saturday, October 30, 2021 at Zion Lutheran Chruch, with Pastor Mark Galbraith officiating. Burial at Riverside Cemetery with Military honors by Sidney L. Smith American Legion Post 24. Charles died Friday, October 15, 2021 at Ava’s House in Sioux Falls, SD.… Read more »

Charles Gustafson, 89

Obituary Funeral services for Charles D. Gustafson, 89, of Aberdeen, SD, will be 11:00am, Saturday, October 30, 2021 at Zion Lutheran Chruch, with Pastor Mark Galbraith officiating. Burial at Riverside Cemetery with Military honors by Sidney L. Smith American Legion Post 24. Charles died Friday, October 15, 2021 at Ava’s House in Sioux Falls, SD.… Read more »

3 people arrested in Rapid City area Wednesday

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Eyes in the sky and boots on the ground ended a pursuit in Rapid City Wednesday morning, which led to the arrests of three armed individuals. Brendyn Medina, spokesperson for the Rapid City Police Department, said it was a non-RCPD affiliated helicopter that potentially shaved hours off the manhunt. Medina said the… Read more »

3 people arrested in Rapid City area Wednesday

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- Eyes in the sky and boots on the ground ended a pursuit in Rapid City Wednesday morning, which led to the arrests of three armed individuals. Brendyn Medina, spokesperson for the Rapid City Police Department, said it was a non-RCPD affiliated helicopter that potentially shaved hours off the manhunt. Medina said the… Read more »

Indoor recreational ice skating begins with special Halloween free skate

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- The Aberdeen Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department will begin the Indoor Recreational Skating Schedule at the Odde Ice Arena on Monday, October 25th. On Saturday, October 30th there will be a special Halloween Free Skate Day. Dress in Costume and your admission is free! Start your Halloween weekend at The Odde Ice… Read more »

Indoor recreational ice skating begins with special Halloween free skate

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- The Aberdeen Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department will begin the Indoor Recreational Skating Schedule at the Odde Ice Arena on Monday, October 25th. On Saturday, October 30th there will be a special Halloween Free Skate Day. Dress in Costume and your admission is free! Start your Halloween weekend at The Odde Ice… Read more »

Adult Marijuana Study Subcommittee makes changes to the marijuana laws

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- A South Dakota legislative interim committee approved a bill this week that, if passed by the full legislature would make major changes to the state’s marijuana laws. The bill from the “Adult Use Marijuana Study Subcommittee” would decriminalize small uses of recreational marijuana and repeal the medical marijuana law approved by voters last… Read more »

Adult Marijuana Study Subcommittee makes changes to the marijuana laws

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- A South Dakota legislative interim committee approved a bill this week that, if passed by the full legislature would make major changes to the state’s marijuana laws. The bill from the “Adult Use Marijuana Study Subcommittee” would decriminalize small uses of recreational marijuana and repeal the medical marijuana law approved by voters last… Read more »

Mitchell jury could not reach a decision in the Reed Bender case

MITCHELL, S.D.(KMIT)- No verdict was reached in the trial of a Mitchell man who was charged with obstruction of justice for refusing to wear a mask during a Mitchell School Board meeting last year.  The Mitchell School District’s mask mandate had been in effect for just over a month on September 14th, 2020, when 38-year… Read more »

Mitchell jury could not reach a decision in the Reed Bender case

MITCHELL, S.D.(KMIT)- No verdict was reached in the trial of a Mitchell man who was charged with obstruction of justice for refusing to wear a mask during a Mitchell School Board meeting last year.  The Mitchell School District’s mask mandate had been in effect for just over a month on September 14th, 2020, when 38-year… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 9 new COVID-19 related deaths(Brown County at 100 COVID-19 deaths)

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 9 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases decreased & hospitalizations increased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,214. The state had 417 new cases and 436 recoveries, increasing active infections to 5,696. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 9 new COVID-19 related deaths(Brown County at 100 COVID-19 deaths)

PIERRE, S.D.(HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 9 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases decreased & hospitalizations increased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 2,214. The state had 417 new cases and 436 recoveries, increasing active infections to 5,696. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

Wilmot school district dismissed classes early Wednesday due to Covid

WILMOT, S.D.(KXLG)- Wilmot School District sent their students home early on Wednesday after one of their lunch room employees tested positive for COVID-19. KXLG reached out to Superintendent Larry Hulscher for more information. The lunch room employee will be quarantined for the recommended 10 days. The other 2 lunch room employees were either vaccinated or… Read more »

Wilmot school district dismissed classes early Wednesday due to Covid

WILMOT, S.D.(KXLG)- Wilmot School District sent their students home early on Wednesday after one of their lunch room employees tested positive for COVID-19. KXLG reached out to Superintendent Larry Hulscher for more information. The lunch room employee will be quarantined for the recommended 10 days. The other 2 lunch room employees were either vaccinated or… Read more »

Rapid City Fire Department dealt with a busy summer shortstaffed

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- A busy fire season in the Black Hills and elsewhere teamed up to spread the Rapid City Fire Department’s resources thin this summer, without even mentioning a short staff. Tessa Jaeger, RCFD public information officer, said Rapid City fire crews stepped up this summer. Despite the positivity, crews have been “stepping up”… Read more »

Rapid City Fire Department dealt with a busy summer shortstaffed

RAPID CITY, S.D.(KOTA)- A busy fire season in the Black Hills and elsewhere teamed up to spread the Rapid City Fire Department’s resources thin this summer, without even mentioning a short staff. Tessa Jaeger, RCFD public information officer, said Rapid City fire crews stepped up this summer. Despite the positivity, crews have been “stepping up”… Read more »

Lewis & Clark Regional Water System talking expansion

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- While construction of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System is not yet done, there is already talk of expansion. Executive Director Troy Larson says federal funding to finish the project is on the horizon. Larson says the demand for water is rapidly growing. Larson says they are working with the states and… Read more »

Lewis & Clark Regional Water System talking expansion

YANKTON, S.D.(WNAX)- While construction of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System is not yet done, there is already talk of expansion. Executive Director Troy Larson says federal funding to finish the project is on the horizon. Larson says the demand for water is rapidly growing. Larson says they are working with the states and… Read more »