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Rare tatanka twins born in Day County

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reporter & Farmer | Emre K. Erku
Sisseton, Wahpeton, Oyate tribal members in Northeast South Dakota will submit name suggestions for this buffalo heifer calf born April 3 at the SWO buffalo farm north of Waubay. As a twin, she is considered an anomaly; there is only a .04 percent chance of a buffalo birthing twins. Abandoned by her mother, the unnamed baby now resides in a stable where she will be bottle fed for the next six months.

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Differing opinions muddy

non-meandered waters issue

by Amanda Fanger
reporter@reporterandfarmer.com


When it comes to recreational usage of non-meandering waters overlaying private property in South Dakota, the waters have always been a little choppy.

For some in Day County, their passion surrounding the issue...…

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SPORTS

Webster golf produces third for

boys, sixth for girls at Hamlin Early Bird


by Emre K. Erku
sports@reporterandfarmer.com


Teeing off their first tourney of the season at the Hamlin Early Bird April 7, a few Webster Area golfers were able to battle through cold and windy conditions to scratch below 100 on their scorecards.

It was more so on the boys’ side however, with seniors Chase Amdahl, Jayden Hortness and Tanner Valsvig all shooting in the 90s. With their help, the Bearcat...

 

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