Kadoka Press

The Kadoka’s Holiday Festival is coming to town on Sunday, November 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Kadoka City Auditorium.  A festival is an event, usually staged by a local community, which centers on some unique aspect of that community.  This year the Friends of the library is hosting...
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In High School football the four quarters are each 12 minutes in length, as opposed to 15 minutes in college and professional football, that is 48 minutes of playing on field. That is alot but according to TJ Hamar it is nothing new, and it is something he enjoys.  Hamar was picked for being one of...
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Darcy Peterson, daughter of Bud and Nancy Peterson, is one of the recipients that was chosen for Outstanding Achievement Award. Darcy went to school at Kadoka Area School District and graduated in 1998. If you don’t know Darcy she is the most amazing woman you would ever meet. Darcy is happy, has a...
Jenny Leibel
For centuries, locals have turned to the local newspaper, Kadoka Press, for local breaking and interesting news, as well as to learn about weddings, obituaries and engagements. In the last 15 years, with the rise of digital communications, many readers have changed their preferences to digital...
The Kadoka Area School reported its first case of COVID-19 on Monday, September 14, 2020. The school subsequently entered into its Tier 2 where the school shut down for a period of 24 hours for deep cleaning and review of its plans.
A Kadoka Area School District employee reported to administration on Monday, September 14, that they tested positive for COVID-19. Jamie Hermann, superintendent at KASD, sent out an email to all the students and staff that they would not have school Tuesday so that the Staff could deep clean the...
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A lot of you may know her already but the new 4th and 5th grade teacher in Interior is Jennifer Emery. She lives in Philip with her fiancé, Blake Puhlman, and their two dogs and one cat, Hooey, Puggles and Mags. Blake and Jennifer will be getting married in October and they are super excited to...
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Each year, the Casey Tibbs Foundation pays tribute to six individuals who have exemplified and contributed to the sport of rodeo in South Dakota. These individuals are nominated into six different categories, based on specific criteria, before going through a selection process. The Casey Tibbs...
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Originating from the Latin word mamma (meaning mammary or an udder, for us rural folks), these storm clouds most likely indicate that severe weather has just passed the area. Flight pilots are warned to steer away from these pouch-like formations due to the turbulence that lies ahead. The clouds...
The Kadoka City Council conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on August 10. The meeting was conducted at the Annex in order to maintain social distancing, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) due to the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic....
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Warrant Officer 1 Marty Nygren salutes Sgt. 1st Class Nate Schnee, from Kadoka, during the Warrant Officer Candidate graduation ceremony at Joint Force Headquarters, Camp Rapid, Rapid City, S.D., August 1, 2020. Known as the Silver Dollar salute, a silver dollar is then given to an enlisted soldier...

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