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Yankton Housing Starts

April 24, 2019 David Leonard 0

While the housing construction season locally has gotten off to a slow start this spring, officials are hopeful that numbers will finish above average for 2019. While the number of single family permits is down […]

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Resilience

April 23, 2019 David Leonard 0

The effect that Adverse Childhood Experiences and the toxic stress that they create is the focus of a documentary film set for Mount Marty College’s Marian Auditorium later this month. The film titled Resilience is […]

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MSAC Annual Meeting

April 23, 2019 David Leonard 0

Work is continuing on a study to determine the economic impact of managing sedimentation in the Missouri River reservoir system and Lewis and Clark Lake in particular. While the reservoir system has been studied throughout […]

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Spring Drive for Clothing Closet

April 23, 2019 Scott Kooistra 0

The Clothing Closet has re-opened in Yankton and United Way officials are conducting a Spring Clothing Drive. United Way Community Impact Director Tara Bartekoske says the Clothing Closet is now located at 203 East Third […]

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Hutchinson County Road Repairs

April 23, 2019 David Leonard 0

As damage estimates around the Yankton area related to March flooding continue to rise, officials throughout the region are dealing with similar problems with their bridges and roads. County Commissioner Curt Ulmer says the damage […]

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“Welcome to Walnut” Approved

April 23, 2019 Scott Kooistra 0

The Yankton City Commission has approved a funding request for a “Welcome To Walnut” event in late summer. Yankton Mayor Nathan Johnson says the request was from the Parks & Recreation Department to contribute $19,000 […]

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Port Yankton Proposal On Hold

April 20, 2019 Scott Kooistra 0

The plans for the Port Yankton casino and entertainment center have been put on hold. Yankton Area Progressive Growth CEO Nancy Wenande says they won’t seek a petition drive at this time.  She says it’s […]

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Yankton City Revenues Mixed

April 19, 2019 Scott Kooistra 0

The City of Yankton has released their March sales tax and Triple-B revenues with mixed results. Yankton City Manager Amy Leon says the city rebounded with higher sales tax growth and declined with lower Triple-B […]

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Yankton County Burn Ban

April 17, 2019 David Leonard 0

In response to flood damaged roads officials have taken the step of enacting a ban on open burning in Yankton County. Emergency Management Director Paul Scherschligt says fire departments across the county requested the ban. […]

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