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Students studied the soil at a rural Day County site north of Webster to compete in the regional land and range judging competition. Pictured from left are Trey Wright, Groton; Kate Helmer, Andover and Matthew Larson, De Smet standing in a ditch that had been dug at the site where the contest was held. Nearly 300 students from 13 schools took part, competing for the right to go to the national competition in Oklahoma City, OK. See the full story on page 1.

Students judge land and range in Day County for contest



by Amanda Fanger
reporter@reporterandfarmer.com

  Students from 13 area schools came together in rural Day County Sept. 24 to compete in a judging contest. There were 305 students taking part this year.
What were they judging?
Dirt and

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SPORTS

Webster netters power through Wambdi

by Emre K. Erku
sports@reporterandfarmer.com

 The Tiospa Zina netters were no match for the lady Bearcats as they handled the Wambdi 3-0 Sept. 23.
The first game saw a score of ...

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