News Author: Hub City Radio Staff

Summer hours begins Monday at the Aberdeen Public Works department

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Summer hours begin Monday for the Aberdeen Public Works department. The department will start work at 7 a.m. and complete their workday at 4 p.m. This change affects utility, street, traffic control and solid waste divisions. City garbage customers should place their garbage out for pickup by 7 a.m. on their garbage… Read more »

Summer hours begins Monday at the Aberdeen Public Works department

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Summer hours begin Monday for the Aberdeen Public Works department. The department will start work at 7 a.m. and complete their workday at 4 p.m. This change affects utility, street, traffic control and solid waste divisions. City garbage customers should place their garbage out for pickup by 7 a.m. on their garbage… Read more »

Intersection Closed – 9th Avenue & North Main St.

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Beginning at approximately 7:30 AM on Monday, May 3rd, 2021, the following intersection will be closed to thru traffic in order to install new water main:   9th Avenue and North Main Street Both North/South and East/West traffic will be impacted, motorists are advised to take alternate routes until the work is… Read more »

Intersection Closed – 9th Avenue & North Main St.

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Beginning at approximately 7:30 AM on Monday, May 3rd, 2021, the following intersection will be closed to thru traffic in order to install new water main:   9th Avenue and North Main Street Both North/South and East/West traffic will be impacted, motorists are advised to take alternate routes until the work is… Read more »

Road Closed – 3rd Avenue SE from Weber to Harrison

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Beginning at approximately 7:30 AM on Monday, May 3rd, 2021 the following road will be closed to thru traffic to replace storm sewer lines:                       3rd Avenue SE from S. Weber St. to S. Harrison St.   Work will be completed as… Read more »

Road Closed – 3rd Avenue SE from Weber to Harrison

ABERDEEN, S.D.(Press Release)- Beginning at approximately 7:30 AM on Monday, May 3rd, 2021 the following road will be closed to thru traffic to replace storm sewer lines:                       3rd Avenue SE from S. Weber St. to S. Harrison St.   Work will be completed as… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 5 COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 5 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 1,967. The state had 129 new cases and 221 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 1,624. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

SD Dept of Health reports 5 COVID-19 related deaths

PIERRE, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The state reported 5 new COVID-related deaths, while active cases & hospitalizations decreased, according to figures released by the South Dakota Department of Health. The death total currently at 1,967. The state had 129 new cases and 221 recoveries, decreasing active infections to 1,624. Those hospitalized in connection with the virus… Read more »

DPS announces sobriety checkpoints for May

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety has released the list of sobriety checkpoints to be held during May. The checkpoints are funded by the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety and conducted by the South Dakota Highway Patrol with the help of local law enforcement. The goal of the checkpoints is… Read more »

DPS announces sobriety checkpoints for May

PIERRE, S.D.(Press Release) – South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety has released the list of sobriety checkpoints to be held during May. The checkpoints are funded by the South Dakota Office of Highway Safety and conducted by the South Dakota Highway Patrol with the help of local law enforcement. The goal of the checkpoints is… Read more »

Governor Noem sues Biden Administration over Mount Rushmore fireworks

PIERRE, SD(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem filed a lawsuit against officials in the Biden administration over their cancellation of the Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration. The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Dakota Central Division. “Mount Rushmore is the very best place to celebrate America’s birthday… Read more »

Governor Noem sues Biden Administration over Mount Rushmore fireworks

PIERRE, SD(Press Release) – Today, Governor Kristi Noem filed a lawsuit against officials in the Biden administration over their cancellation of the Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration. The lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the District of South Dakota Central Division. “Mount Rushmore is the very best place to celebrate America’s birthday… Read more »

Recap of Governor Noem’s appearance at Lincoln Day dinner in Watertown Thursday

WATERTOWN, S.D.(AlphaMedia)–Governor Kristi Noem was in Watertown Thursday night speaking to a local group at the Codington County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner. This week there were arguments before the Supreme Court on Amendment A–which legalizes recreational marijuana in the state, and which was approved by voters in November. Governor Noem was asked if she had… Read more »

Recap of Governor Noem’s appearance at Lincoln Day dinner in Watertown Thursday

WATERTOWN, S.D.(AlphaMedia)–Governor Kristi Noem was in Watertown Thursday night speaking to a local group at the Codington County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner. This week there were arguments before the Supreme Court on Amendment A–which legalizes recreational marijuana in the state, and which was approved by voters in November. Governor Noem was asked if she had… Read more »

Watertown Fire Chief announces his retirement

WATERTOWN, S.D.(AlphaMedia)–Just three weeks after Watertown’s police chief retired, the fire chief has announced he’s leaving too. Watertown Fire Rescue Chief Doug Kranz says his last day on the job will be May 31st, which will be 33 years to the day he joined the department. “My dad always said leave something in better shape… Read more »

Watertown Fire Chief announces his retirement

WATERTOWN, S.D.(AlphaMedia)–Just three weeks after Watertown’s police chief retired, the fire chief has announced he’s leaving too. Watertown Fire Rescue Chief Doug Kranz says his last day on the job will be May 31st, which will be 33 years to the day he joined the department. “My dad always said leave something in better shape… Read more »

Redistricting committee to meet June 1st to deal with the Census numbers

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The US Census Bureau released the first official numbers of the 2020 Census this week, showing South Dakota grew eight-point nine percent in the last decade, with a total population of 886,667. Senator Jim Bolin of Canton says that is the first step in the redistricting process. Each legislative district needs a population… Read more »

Redistricting committee to meet June 1st to deal with the Census numbers

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- The US Census Bureau released the first official numbers of the 2020 Census this week, showing South Dakota grew eight-point nine percent in the last decade, with a total population of 886,667. Senator Jim Bolin of Canton says that is the first step in the redistricting process. Each legislative district needs a population… Read more »

School consolidations on the decline in South Dakota

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- As finances and enrollments stabilize, the drive for school consolidations have cooled off. Tom Oster, with Dakota Education Consultants, says he is working with a few districts talking about consolidation. Oster says money isn’t always the deciding factor in merging districts. Oster says new technology including remote learning has helped slow down the… Read more »

School consolidations on the decline in South Dakota

PIERRE, S.D.(WNAX)- As finances and enrollments stabilize, the drive for school consolidations have cooled off. Tom Oster, with Dakota Education Consultants, says he is working with a few districts talking about consolidation. Oster says money isn’t always the deciding factor in merging districts. Oster says new technology including remote learning has helped slow down the… Read more »