News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Thunder Road revving up for 27th season

Aberdeen, SD(Press Release) – Thunder Road in Wylie Park is gearing up to open on Saturday, May 1 for their 27th season, weather permitting. This season, Thunder Road will also be rolling out a fleet of revamped Go-Karts. This addition of upgraded Go-Karts will provide Aberdeen residents with the opportunity to reach new speeds in… Read more »

Thunder Road revving up for 27th season

Aberdeen, SD(Press Release) – Thunder Road in Wylie Park is gearing up to open on Saturday, May 1 for their 27th season, weather permitting. This season, Thunder Road will also be rolling out a fleet of revamped Go-Karts. This addition of upgraded Go-Karts will provide Aberdeen residents with the opportunity to reach new speeds in… Read more »

Nathan Sanderson

State of South Dakota setting up another coronavirus relief fund for small businesses

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The State of South Dakota set up a coronavirus relief fund for small businesses and nonprofits to help them through the worst of the pandemic. The South Dakota Retailers Association got a grant of $175,000. Executive Director Nathan Sanderson says they lost a big chunk of income during the pandemic. Sanderson says some… Read more »

State of South Dakota setting up another coronavirus relief fund for small businesses

Nathan Sanderson

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The State of South Dakota set up a coronavirus relief fund for small businesses and nonprofits to help them through the worst of the pandemic. The South Dakota Retailers Association got a grant of $175,000. Executive Director Nathan Sanderson says they lost a big chunk of income during the pandemic. Sanderson says some… Read more »

South Dakota schools prepping for a normal school year starting this fall

VERMILLION, S.D.(WNAX)- With the end of a Covid-19 shadowed school year in sight, administrators are recognizing many students will need more help at the start of the fall term. Vermillion Superintendent Damon Alvey says they are moving to add more counselors. Alvey says they are looking at a comprehensive plan. Alvey says they know there… Read more »

South Dakota schools prepping for a normal school year starting this fall

VERMILLION, S.D.(WNAX)- With the end of a Covid-19 shadowed school year in sight, administrators are recognizing many students will need more help at the start of the fall term. Vermillion Superintendent Damon Alvey says they are moving to add more counselors. Alvey says they are looking at a comprehensive plan. Alvey says they know there… Read more »

Property taxes due at end of month

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)-  The end of April is this Friday.  Property taxes are due in Aberdeen. Brown County Treasurer Patty VanMeter tells us the ways that they can be paid. There are no driver plate renewals for the month of April.  

Property taxes due at end of month

ABERDEEN, S.D.(HubCityRadio)-  The end of April is this Friday.  Property taxes are due in Aberdeen. Brown County Treasurer Patty VanMeter tells us the ways that they can be paid. There are no driver plate renewals for the month of April.  

This week is National Work Zone Awareness Week

PIERRE, S.D.(DRGNews)- This is National Work Zone Awareness Week (April 26-30, 2021). South Dakota Department of Transportation Pierre area engineer Dean VanDeWiele says the designation highlights the deadly dangers of speeding or driving distracted in work areas. He recommends checking your route before you leave to see if there are any areas under construction. VanDeWiele… Read more »

This week is National Work Zone Awareness Week

PIERRE, S.D.(DRGNews)- This is National Work Zone Awareness Week (April 26-30, 2021). South Dakota Department of Transportation Pierre area engineer Dean VanDeWiele says the designation highlights the deadly dangers of speeding or driving distracted in work areas. He recommends checking your route before you leave to see if there are any areas under construction. VanDeWiele… Read more »

Prairie Paradise Farms of Fort Pierre wins South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award

FORT PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- Prairie Paradise Farms of Fort Pierre has been named as the winner of the South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award. The award will be presented December first in Rapid City at the annual convention of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association. Prairie Paradise Farms is operated by Levi and Crystal Neuharth. Levi says they… Read more »

Prairie Paradise Farms of Fort Pierre wins South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award

FORT PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- Prairie Paradise Farms of Fort Pierre has been named as the winner of the South Dakota Leopold Conservation Award. The award will be presented December first in Rapid City at the annual convention of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association. Prairie Paradise Farms is operated by Levi and Crystal Neuharth. Levi says they… Read more »

SD Joint Appropriation Committee receives update on SB55

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The Joint Committee on Appropriations of the South Dakota legislature got an update on the SB55 task force at their meeting Friday in Pierre.  The SB55 task force is looking at the operations of the Board of Regents and the six state universities, looking for operational efficiencies. Committee Co-Chair and task force member,… Read more »

SD Joint Appropriation Committee receives update on SB55

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The Joint Committee on Appropriations of the South Dakota legislature got an update on the SB55 task force at their meeting Friday in Pierre.  The SB55 task force is looking at the operations of the Board of Regents and the six state universities, looking for operational efficiencies. Committee Co-Chair and task force member,… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 2 new COVID-19 related deaths for the weekend

PIERRE, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 2 new COVID-related deaths for the weekend, while active cases  & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 1,960. The state had 94 new cases and 141 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 1,822. Those hospitalized in connection… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 2 new COVID-19 related deaths for the weekend

PIERRE, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 2 new COVID-related deaths for the weekend, while active cases  & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 1,960. The state had 94 new cases and 141 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 1,822. Those hospitalized in connection… Read more »

Senator Mike Rounds receives award for conservative voting record

Alexandria, VA(Press Release) – The American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF), host of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has just released the 50th Edition of its annual Ratings of Congress. In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the scorecard, ACUF has released a comprehensive new platform to help better hold lawmakers accountable to conservative principles.… Read more »

Senator Mike Rounds receives award for conservative voting record

Alexandria, VA(Press Release) – The American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF), host of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has just released the 50th Edition of its annual Ratings of Congress. In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the scorecard, ACUF has released a comprehensive new platform to help better hold lawmakers accountable to conservative principles.… Read more »

US Census figure maybe arriving sooner than anticipated

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- South Dakota lawmakers have the task in 2021 of retooling the state’s Legislative districts.  Redistricting comes about every 10 years using the newest population numbers collected by the U-S Census Bureau for the state.  District 24 Senator Mary Duvall chairs the Committee and says they may get Census figures sooner than expected. Duvall… Read more »

US Census figure maybe arriving sooner than anticipated

PIERRE, S.D.(KCCR)- South Dakota lawmakers have the task in 2021 of retooling the state’s Legislative districts.  Redistricting comes about every 10 years using the newest population numbers collected by the U-S Census Bureau for the state.  District 24 Senator Mary Duvall chairs the Committee and says they may get Census figures sooner than expected. Duvall… Read more »