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Steven Edoff was recently honored
New Underwood native Steven Edoff was recently honored as one of four recipients of the Black Hills State University Jacket Ride Scholarship.    Funding for the scholarships was raised by 70 bikers registered for the ride during the 2017 Sturgis rally.  For Edoff, the scholarship comes as a welcome...
Colton Derr
Oct. 1 marked 30 years since a baby boy was brought home to a ranch near Caputa.    Jerry and Theresa Derr welcomed Colton, the oldest of six children, a young man who, through his life legacy, would eventually go on to help numerous American veterans.   According to Jerry, Colton showed leadership...
Cooper's grandfather, Jim Selchert, and Cooper's uncle, Steven "Red" Selchert, look to lay this steer out nice and neat.
On the afternoon of Friday, July 22, 2016, Anna Keszler received the telephone call no parent wants to receive.  Her blonde haired, blue eyed son, who had turned one year old the day before, had been found unresponsive in his crib. Anna rushed to his side, and Cooper received medical attention...
Attendees at the 1902 Cowboys gathering in New Underwood Sunday, Sept. 10, were greeted by an authentically restored sheep wagon brought back to life by New Underwood area rancher Gene Crosbie.    Crosbie is well versed in wagon restoration, having restored a variety of wagons of all sizes, styles...
D.J. Toczek is working to get back to a normal life.
While the New Underwood Tigers’ football team begins a successful season on the field, the head coach who has invested in the team for the last two years continues to battle for a different kind of success from a room in Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colo.    Delmar “D.J.” Toczek has been...
Kim Plender will be honored at the 42nd annual National Old Time Music Festival at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds in LeMars, Iowa
On Tuesday, Aug. 29, lifelong South Dakotan and current New Underwood resident Kim Plender will be honored at the 42nd annual National Old Time Music Festival at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds in LeMars, Iowa. Plender’s recently released CD “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things” was nominated for...
Gerri Hackens is celebrating a century of a very full life!
Despite having seen a century of life through them, Geraldine “Gerri” Hackens’ brown-green eyes still twinkle with humor as she visits with her daughter, Karen, and sister-in-law, Lois, in a comfortable room at the Good Samaritan Society. The three banter about marriage and children as Gerri...
Sami Jo Pool, New Underwood
A vital part of the New Underwood community will celebrate its 15th anniversary of being in operation later this summer.    The Sami Jo Memorial Pool was officially opened in the late summer of 2002. Now a source of happy memories for many children in the area, the pool was birthed out of the...
The Wasta Bar hosted an open house this past weekend. A whole barbecued pig was the entreé for the meal.
With more than 40 years of bartending experience, Vicki James knows a thing or two about the industry.    So when the Cheyenne, Wyo., native saw the Wasta Bar, she realized its potential if it were in the right hands.   James is a fairly new addition to the Wasta community. After living in Alaska...
Robin Reinhold won the first place and also overall winner in the recent Farm Bureau photo contest with “A Warm Heart.”
It was a double win in the Reinhold home when the results of the annual Farm Bureau photo contest were announced.  Mother-daughter duo Robin and Kiersten Reinhold proved victorious in their respective age group contests, with Robin’s photo taking the overall champion title.    Successful...

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