Kadoka Press

The annual prime rib dinner is one of 2 major fundraisers orchestrated by Heidi Coller, COO, KNH staff, some amazing chefs, and the Board of Directors. Coller would like to announce that they cannot wait to resume the Prime Rib Dinner event but have more important things to keep in mind. As...
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The Kadoka Area HS Senior Government class made its annual pilgrimage to the South Dakota State Capitol on Wednesday, February 17th to see the South Dakota Legislature in action during this year’s session. This year’s trip was different due to Covid-19 restrictions inside the capitol building, but...
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Longtime Kadoka Press owner, Larry Parkinson, passed away February 9, 2021. Larry & Alvina held ownership of the Press for nearly thirty years and were involved in the newspaper business for forty years. His dedication to the newspaper business, especially we at Kadoka Press, is something we...
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation conducted its regularly scheduled, monthly meeting on Feb. 3 at the Kadoka Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD). Due to the Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) and restrictions imposed on public use of the community room, the JKEDC temporarily...
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Badlands Distillery LLC is currently in the processing of adding an additional building to its main headquarters in Kadoka. Originally planned over three years ago, the building officially began construction in November of 2020 as a way of having a bigger outreach.  The Distillery plans to finish...
The Kadoka Area School District and community members enjoyed a fun-filled evening thanks to Clint Pulver. The event featured a free meal, courtesy of Penny’s Riverside Catering, available an hour before Pulver started speaking at 6:30 p.m. Funded by the school district’s Title 1 Family Engagement...
Jed Kammerer, the new District Conservationist for the Jackson County Conservation District (JCCD)
Meet Jed Kammerer, the new District Conservationist for the Jackson County Conservation District (JCCD). Kammerer grew up on a hobby farm with his family just north of Wall and attended school there, graduating in 2011. He attended Black Hills State University for one year before transferring to...
The Jackson-Kadoka Economic Development Corporation (JKEDC) conducted its annual meeting on Jan. 6 at the Kadoka Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD). The JKEDC normally conducts their monthly meetings in the community room at Gateway Apartments. Due to the Coronavirus disease-2019 and restrictions...
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At the Double Header against the Philip Scotties on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, the communities came together in between the Varsity girls and Varsity boys basketball game to pay tribute to the passing of Dixie Huber. Dale Christensen auctioned off a blanket and a cross, the funds would go toward...
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On Dec. 14, the Kadoka City Council conducted its regularly scheduled, December monthly meeting at the Kadoka City Finance Office. Council members attending the meeting, either in-person or via Zoom, included Chris Grillo, Tim Huffman, Rusty Olney, Eileen Stolley, Tia Stout, Harry Weller and Ryan...

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