Governor Addresses Numerous Issues At Press Conference

Governor Dennis Daugaard fielded a wide variety of questions from reporters Thursday during his weekly legislative press conference at the State Capitol in Pierre. He says he isn’t sure which way lawmakers will go when it comes to using an estimated extra 19 million...

ADI To Submit Bid To Continue Jet Service At Watertown

Watertown, SD --  At meeting of the Watertown Airport Board Tuesday officials from ADI airlines told city officials they were pleased with operations and that the company would be submitting a new bid to continue Jet service at the Watertown airport.  Watertown Mayor...

Watertown Superintendent Responds To Criticisms Over Meal Policies

Watertown Superintendent Dr. Jeff Danielson is commenting on remarks made at the school board meeting critical of school policies dealing with the school lunch program wherein some students are offered alternate meals if they fall behind in the payments. Danielson...

The 2018 Pheasant Fest opens Friday at the Sanford Premier Center

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- The 2018 Pheasant Fest opens Friday at the Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls with the Bird Dog Parade, and Joe Strang will be in the parade as usual. This is the 13th edition of the parade, and Strang, of Cascade Iowa, has been in every one....

From The Desk Of The Mayor

Listen below to hear Watertown Mayor Sarah Caron on KXLG's From The Desk Of The Mayor. 02-14-18 desk of mayor  ...

Water Bill Passes Senate Test

On a vote of 26 to 9 the South Dakota Senate approved SB 24 which will extend the effective date of the state law regarding the recreational use of non meandered waters. Speaking in favor of the legislation was Senator Gary Cammack of Union Center who says the law...

Tapio Vote No On Senate Bill 199 Non Meandered Lakes Bill

South Dakota Congressional Candidate and Watertown State Senator, Neal Tapio Monday expressed disappointment regarding SB 199, a bill meant to end a long simmering state feud over the balance between private land owners and sportsmen who believe in public access to...