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Northwest Salmon




Looked like a war zone








Reporter & Farmer | Amanda Fanger
Kenny and Rita Marx’s yard at 233 1st Ave. West in Waubay looked like a tornado went through it the morning of June 14 after a severe thunderstorm had rolled through the county the night before. Trees were broken, branches were down, lawn furniture was scattered, pieces of sheet metal from a nearby building were mingled with their personal belongings and, shown in the foreground, even their free-standing pool – which had been filled with water, they said – was blown over and deposited in a heap. Curiously, however, the plastic that the pool sat on stayed, mostly, in place, as did a plastic container of pool toys. In the background, the Marxes stand with their grandchildren Alyssa and Marcus Barse who helped with the cleanup process. See more photos of the damage throughout this issue.


Governor signs nonmeandered waters bill


by Amanda Fanger

The lakes are open.
Last Monday evening, Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the compromise bill on nonmeandered waters, House Bill 1001 which was passed during a...

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Webster Legion brushes past visitors

by Emre K. Erku

Before heading down to Nebraska for the College World Series, Webster Legion Post 40 managed to sweep Sisseton at Bob Wiley Field June 12.

Webster would shut out Sisseton 6-0 in game one...


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