For nearly 45 years, University of South Dakota alumna Phyllis Packard has incorporated her passion for fiber weaving into her career in some shape or form. Whether through teaching her craft to curious minds, spinning, dying, and selling South...Around Town
Veterans at the University of South Dakota now have a place to call home on campus.
The grand opening of the Student Veterans Resource Center was held at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 13 in the Temporary Student...Around Town
Veterans, active military personnel and their families will be honored during Military Appreciation Day at the University of South Dakota’s home football game vs. Northern Iowa at noon Nov. 10 at...Around Town
Every year, the University of South Dakota is involved in celebrating Veterans Day on campus and in the community.
“Veterans Day is one day where we get to show appreciation for the men and...Around Town
Volunteers from Coyoteopoly took bags around the town of Vermillion for their annual food drive last week and will pick them up Oct. 27.
The CEO of the food drive Jeff Heier said Coyoteopoly is a...Around Town
Democrat Tom Jones and his Republican opponent John Chicoine are vying for the District 17 state Senate seat. The two men are battling to replace Republican incumbent Eldon Nygaard, who is set to...Around Town
According to the University Police Department, illegal activities during Dakota Days at the University of South Dakota remained comparable to last year’s D-Days, with a slight increase in...Around Town
The Vermillion Police Department is still investigating a series of vandalism that occurred in the early hours of Sept. 29.
According to Detective Robin Hower, the vandal or vandals slashed tires,...Around Town
Every year in the U.S., an average 5 to 20 percent of the population contracts the flu, according to FluMist.com.
Starting Sept. 25, University of South Dakota Student Health Services, located in...Around Town