News Category: Local News

No life preserver found for aquatic center at city council meeting

ABERDEEN, S.D. (By Scott Waltman swaltman@aberdeennews.com) – While the city has adequate reserve funds to offset any losses incurred by the Aberdeen Aquatic Center this summer, it’s not likely to open. During its Tuesday night meeting, the Aberdeen City Council discussed whether there was a way to open the aquatic center, but no action was… Read more »

No life preserver found for aquatic center at city council meeting

ABERDEEN, S.D. (By Scott Waltman swaltman@aberdeennews.com) – While the city has adequate reserve funds to offset any losses incurred by the Aberdeen Aquatic Center this summer, it’s not likely to open. During its Tuesday night meeting, the Aberdeen City Council discussed whether there was a way to open the aquatic center, but no action was… Read more »

Aqua Addicts preparing for June 25 season opener

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Aberdeen Aqua Addicts will start practicing Monday for a summer of upcoming shows. Practices will be limited to start out with to ensure safety and social distancing, according to Todd Thorson, show director. He said that even if the squad can’t do their well-known pyramids, that there is still enough… Read more »

Aqua Addicts preparing for June 25 season opener

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – The Aberdeen Aqua Addicts will start practicing Monday for a summer of upcoming shows. Practices will be limited to start out with to ensure safety and social distancing, according to Todd Thorson, show director. He said that even if the squad can’t do their well-known pyramids, that there is still enough… Read more »

Observers waiting on signals of possible La Nina

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WNAX) – Climate observers are waiting for more signals on the development of a possible La Nina later this year. A La Nina happens when Pacific Ocean surface temperatures cool and it has an impact on North American weather. Doug Kluck, Regional Climate Services Director for the National Weather Service in Kansas… Read more »

Observers waiting on signals of possible La Nina

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WNAX) – Climate observers are waiting for more signals on the development of a possible La Nina later this year. A La Nina happens when Pacific Ocean surface temperatures cool and it has an impact on North American weather. Doug Kluck, Regional Climate Services Director for the National Weather Service in Kansas… Read more »

Universities preparing to reopen campuses

BROOKINGS, S.D. (WNAX) – South Dakota universities are working on plans to reopen their campuses and bring students back for fall classes. SDSU President Barry Dunn, representing the council of presidents, updated the Board of Regents during their meeting last week. Dunn says there will be an outreach to students during the summer. Dunn says… Read more »

Universities preparing to reopen campuses

BROOKINGS, S.D. (WNAX) – South Dakota universities are working on plans to reopen their campuses and bring students back for fall classes. SDSU President Barry Dunn, representing the council of presidents, updated the Board of Regents during their meeting last week. Dunn says there will be an outreach to students during the summer. Dunn says… Read more »

Families file suit against state over sinkhole in Blackhawk

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) – Homeowners affected by the Black Hawk sinkhole from past gypsum mining are banding together to sue the state, Meade County, and individuals involved in the development and sale of that property for 75-million dollars. The suit seeks over $35-million in compensatory damages, and $40-million in exemplary damages. The plaintiffs are… Read more »

Families file suit against state over sinkhole in Blackhawk

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) – Homeowners affected by the Black Hawk sinkhole from past gypsum mining are banding together to sue the state, Meade County, and individuals involved in the development and sale of that property for 75-million dollars. The suit seeks over $35-million in compensatory damages, and $40-million in exemplary damages. The plaintiffs are… Read more »

Coronavirus cases increase by 67 in SD, no new deaths

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (By Lisa Kaczke, Sioux Falls Argus Leader) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Dakota increased by 67 on Tuesday and no new deaths were reported. South Dakota has a total of 4,653 COVID-19 cases, according to the South Dakota Department of Health. That doesn’t include people who show symptoms… Read more »

Coronavirus cases increase by 67 in SD, no new deaths

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (By Lisa Kaczke, Sioux Falls Argus Leader) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in South Dakota increased by 67 on Tuesday and no new deaths were reported. South Dakota has a total of 4,653 COVID-19 cases, according to the South Dakota Department of Health. That doesn’t include people who show symptoms… Read more »

Motorcyclist dies from injuries sustained in crash in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) — Rapid City Police officials say today that a motorcyclist injured in a pickup-motorcycle crash in Rapid City, later died of his injuries. According to reports, 19-year-old Joseph Hays of Piedmont sustained serious life-threatening injuries after his motorcycle slammed into the passenger’s side of a truck making a left-hand turn into… Read more »

Motorcyclist dies from injuries sustained in crash in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KBHB) — Rapid City Police officials say today that a motorcyclist injured in a pickup-motorcycle crash in Rapid City, later died of his injuries. According to reports, 19-year-old Joseph Hays of Piedmont sustained serious life-threatening injuries after his motorcycle slammed into the passenger’s side of a truck making a left-hand turn into… Read more »

Staff, residents of Avera Mother Joseph Manor, Nano Nagle Village test negative

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – Last week Avera Mother Joseph Manor and Nano Nagle Village completed voluntary COVID-19 tests for residents and staff. All of those tests were negative. This means that as of Thursday, May 22, when the first testing was completed, Avera Mother Joseph Manor and Nano Nagle Village had no positive cases… Read more »

Staff, residents of Avera Mother Joseph Manor, Nano Nagle Village test negative

ABERDEEN, S.D. (Press Release) – Last week Avera Mother Joseph Manor and Nano Nagle Village completed voluntary COVID-19 tests for residents and staff. All of those tests were negative. This means that as of Thursday, May 22, when the first testing was completed, Avera Mother Joseph Manor and Nano Nagle Village had no positive cases… Read more »

Governor’s press conference at 3 on all Hub City Radio stations

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Gov. Kristi Noem will have a press conference at approximately 3 this afternoon. The event will be carried live across all Hub City Radio stations. The link to the press conference is: Facebook.com/govnoem OR SD.Net

Governor’s press conference at 3 on all Hub City Radio stations

ABERDEEN, S.D. (HubCityRadio.com) – Gov. Kristi Noem will have a press conference at approximately 3 this afternoon. The event will be carried live across all Hub City Radio stations. The link to the press conference is: Facebook.com/govnoem OR SD.Net

Burke teen identified in fatal crash

BURKE, S.D. (Press release) – A Burke juvenile male has been identified as the person who died Friday night in a two-vehicle crash east of Burke. A 1996 Chrysler Eagle Vision was eastbound on South Dakota Highway 18 when it crossed the center line and collided head on with a westbound 2012 Dodge Ram 2500… Read more »

Burke teen identified in fatal crash

BURKE, S.D. (Press release) – A Burke juvenile male has been identified as the person who died Friday night in a two-vehicle crash east of Burke. A 1996 Chrysler Eagle Vision was eastbound on South Dakota Highway 18 when it crossed the center line and collided head on with a westbound 2012 Dodge Ram 2500… Read more »