Kadoka Press

Brian De Goes    The weather was perhaps a little windy last Saturday evening as 4:00 p.m. rolled by at Kadoka’s city park. That certainly had no effect on how pleasant the weather felt, or the success of the fundraising event being held that evening for former city council member Cory Lurz. The...
Crews work diligently to put out the early morning motel fire.
A fire in a motel at 915, S. Highway 248, Kadoka, went to three alarms before being brought under control.   The first alarm time was 3:06 a.m., Tuesday, March 6.   The large structure received extensive damage to two of its wings; however, firefighters were able to stop the fire from extending...
Every student interested in checking out fur types was more than encouraged to do so, as they learned all about wildlife from instructor Paul Roghair.
Youth Range Day started with a trouble free school bus ride - the bus loaded with 14 of Kadoka’s seventh graders. Their destination; the Williams Ranch, near Interior, South Dakota. The journey began promptly at nine in the morning on October 11. Soft chatter among students was heard, just barely...
Curtis Huffman
Working on his quest to run one marathon in each state, Curtis Huffman just completed two more to mark off his list.   On September 30, Huffman ran in the New Hampshire Marathon in Bristol, NH. Finishing in third place with a time of 2:42.   “I ran most of the marathon along another runner from...
On Tuesday the 12th of June, former sheriff Arlo “Bruce” Madsen, was honored for his exemplary service to the citizens of Jackson County.   He was stopping by the courthouse when the caught by surprise. Present Sheriff Matt Haugen, and previous Interim Sheriff Joseph Bawdon were present for the...
Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.
Matt Haugen took his oath of office as Jackson County Sheriff on Monday, April 17.   Haugen began his career in law enforcement 15 years ago in Custer County as a deputy sheriff in the reserve program, on a volunteer basis following 9-11.   “Like several people, 9-11 was an awakening for me,” said...
After ten years a dream became a reality when a mural was handpainted in the Kadoka School Great Hall. “I’ve been trying to get something like this done for ten years and with approval this year, artist Lucas Campbell, brought the mural to life,” shared Mary Graupman. The mural is located on the...
    Terry L. Olsen, 55, died Thursday, May 14, 2015, at Rapid City Regional Hospital.    He was born July 15, 1959, to Sverre and Irene (Young) Olsen in Quinn. He grew up on a ranch near Interior. The family moved to Rapid City where Terry attended school. After school, he moved to Montana and...

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