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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing $429,000 in grants to three tribal colleges in South Dakota. The funding will help the colleges upgrade infrastructure, buy equipment and improve educational facilities. Rural Development Under Secretary Lisa Mensah says education is one of the best investments that can be made in the future of rural America. In South Dakota, Oglala Lakota College in Kyle will get $143,000 to fix a generator and make renovations on campus; Sinte Gleska University in Mission will get $143,000 for a security system improvement; and Sisseton Wahpeton College in Sisseton will get $143,000 to be spent on student housing.

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THEDFORD, Neb. (AP) - A judge has ordered a family ranch to let Nebraska Public Power District access its land for survey work.

Court records say the ruling came Monday in the Brush Creek Ranch lawsuit against the district. The lawsuit sought unspecified compensation for damage to land north of Thedford that was done by a survey team checking land boundaries for a power line project.

The district said Nebraska law gave it the authority as a publicly owned utility to survey the ranch and other land. The lawsuit said the utility first should have begun condemnation proceedings and obtained court authority for the survey.

The judge ruled for the district,...

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  United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that a Parmelee, South Dakota, man convicted of Assaulting, Resisting, Opposing, and Impeding a Federal Officer was sentenced on August 15, 2016, by U.S. District Judge Roberto A. Lange. Joseph R. Morrisette, III, age 46, was sentenced to one year and one day in custody, followed by two years of supervised release. Morrisette was indicted by a federal grand jury on April 13, 2016.  He pled guilty on June 8, 2016. The conviction stemmed from an incident on March 15, 2016, when an officer with the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement Services responded to a request for assistance.  A woman contacted dispatch in order to have Morrisette...

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  For the 25th Anniversary of the Nebraska Poetry Gathering and Old West Days in Valentine October 6 through the 9th, the organizing committee will go all out. Standard events will include the best cowboy poets and musicians in the west, an old time melodrama, western art and trade show, trail ride and BBQ. Area poets participating will include Marty Blocker, RP Smith, Bonnie Krogman, Yvonne Hollenbeck and Rick Buoy among the 15 featured performers. New this year will be a session on pursuing a career in western art with David Dorsey. There will also be a featured performance reunion show. Go to oldwestdays.net for more information.

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Armor Coating on selected streets in Valentine will take place August 29th. Reminder from the City of Valentine to not park on the selected streets or your vehicle may be towed. The designated streets to be coated are: Wood Street - 5th to 8th Street 8th Street - Wood to Main Street 7th Street - Wood Street, east and west one block 6th Street - Cherry Street to West City Limits Cherry Street - 8th Street and north into circle drive Haley Street - Northwest to north end Government Street - C Street to 5th Street Macomb Street - 6th to 7th Street Ray Street - 6th to 7th Street Government Street - 6th to 7th Street Shore Street - Donoher to 3rd Street KVSH will post any updates when...

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South Dakota feedlots with capacities of 1,000 or more animals reported 220,000 cattle on feed on Aug. 1, up 5 percent from last year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its latest report that placements in feedlots during July totaled 18,000 head, up 6 percent from 2015. Marketings of fed cattle during July totaled 32,000 head, down 6 percent from last year. Other disappearance during July totaled 1,000 head, down 2,000 from last year.  

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About 150 groups from around the country that provide services to American Indian farmers and ranchers have applied to receive grant money from a $38 million fund. It was set up as part of the federal government's $680 million loan discrimination settlement with Native Americans in 2011. It settled a class-action lawsuit filed in 1999 by Indian farmers who said they were denied loans for decades because of government discrimination. Most of the settlement money goes to farmers. There also is a $265 million long-term trust, and the $38 million "fast track fund" to get some money out to nonprofits more quickly. An advisory committee will whittle down the fast track fund proposals and make a...

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Wheat crops in western Nebraska have been severely affected by stripe rust for the last decade. It is not necessarily a new disease, but it has become much more prevalent and more problematic than the other wheat rust disease (leaf rust), which has historically been our major rust disease. However there are some steps that should be taken (or at least considered) before planting wheat in the next few weeks. These steps will not only help manage stripe rust, but can also assist in achieving a good stand and a healthy, vigorously-growing crop prior to winter and going into dormancy. Many of the problems on wheat are due to stresses resulting in overall weaker crops, allowing a greater degree...

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — State auditors have raised concerns about spending and other management practices at the Nebraska agency that inspects cattle and investigates missing and stolen livestock. The audit released Tuesday faulted managers at the Nebraska Brand Committee. Among the findings, auditors say the committee's executive director used a state vehicle for a personal trip to Wyoming and approved sale of livestock without proof of ownership in at least once instance. Executive director Shawn Harvey denied using his state vehicle for the Wyoming trip and blamed miscommunication for the sale of livestock without proof of ownership. The Branding Committee vice chairman, John Widdowson,...

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The oat and winter wheat harvests are ahead of the average pace in South Dakota, where dry conditions are becoming a concern for pastures and soil moisture. The Agriculture Department says in its weekly crop report that more than one-third of the oats and more than half of the winter wheat is in the bin. About two-thirds of both crops are rated in good-to-excellent condition, but dry conditions are a concern for ranchers. Pasture and range conditions statewide are rated 47 percent good to excellent. Stock water supplies are 74 percent adequate to surplus. Both percentages have declined in recent weeks. Soil moisture also is being affected. Topsoil moisture statewide is rated 43 percent short...

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By The Associated Press
Aberdeen Roncalli 35, Redfield/Doland 0
Alcester-Hudson 28, Viborg-Hurley 0
Andes Central/Dakota Christian 32, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 16
Arlington/Lake Preston 27, Elkton-Lake Benton 16
Baltic 42, Howard 8
Bon Homme 46, Miller 27
Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 28, Beresford 14
Britton-Hecla 40, Waverly-South Shore 26
Canistota 42, Dell Rapids St. Mary 6
Canton 31, Vermillion 7
Castlewood/Estelline 22, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 6
Chamberlain 70, Crow Creek 0
Chester 55, Garretson 20
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 30, Bennett County 14
Corsica/Stickney 16, Colome 14
Crawford, Neb. 44, Edgemont 0 Read More...

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Football
Ainsworth 46, Ravenna 24
Alliance 31, Chadron 14
Alma 47, Dundy County-Stratton 14
Ansley-Litchfield 46, Anselmo-Merna 44
Aquinas 48, Raymond Central 0
Arapahoe 72, Axtell 66
Arlington 41, West Point-Beemer 0
Arthur County 69, Potter-Dix 0
Battle Creek 20, Yutan 14
Beatrice 47, Ralston 21
Bellevue East 39, Omaha Bryan 6
Bellevue West 35, Papillion-LaVista South 14
Bertrand 48, Amherst 34
Bishop Neumann 14, Norfolk Catholic 7
Blair 40, Bennington 19
Blue Hill 54, Meridian 6
Boone Central/Newman Grove 27, Pierce 21
Boys Town 20, Syracuse 14
Bridgeport...

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Girls Golf scramble Results from Tuesday Aug 23

Valentine team 1 won the scramble with a 44 with Westholt one stroke behind for 2nd place 45

team 1  Sherridan Bancroft, Lauren Furgunson, Abbie Sandoz 44
team 2 Whitney Barnes, Abbie Clark, Ramsey Ravenscroft  51



Ainsworth Invite Results for Thursday Aug 25th

Valentine 3rd place team finish out of 7 teams
Sherridan Bancroft medaled 5th

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3rd & 4th Grade Flag Football Schedule Practices Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-7:30pm Practices will be at the Valentine High School Practice Field Games will be every Sunday starting the 11th at 1pm on the Valentine Football Field August 30th September 1st September 6th September 8th September 13th September 15th September 20th September 22nd September 27th September 29th   5th & 6th Grade Tackle Football Schedule Practices Tuesday & Thursday 6:30-8:00pm Practices will be at the Valentine High School Practice Field August 30th August 31st (Wednesday) September 1st September 6th September 8th September 13th September 15th September 20th September 22nd September...

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3rd & 4th Grade -------------------- 5th and 6th Grade Mondays 6:30-7:30 pm                     Mondays 6:30-7:45 At the Middle School                           At the City Gym August 29                                                 August 29th September 12                                            September 7th (Wednesday) September 19                                            September 12th September 26                                            September 19th September 3rd                                           September 26th September...

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