Freeman High School students look on as John Lord, a trooper with the South Dakota Highway Patrol, works with his dog, Aros, a Belgian Malinoix, after an assembly Wednesday morning, March 20.
On Monday, March 25, the English I class at Freeman Public will be holding an assembly about the importance of pet
The tap water coming from the city of Freeman has recently developed a funny taste, and there's a good reason for that.
If you had never heard of the musical “The Boy Friend” until it was announced as the 2019 Schmeckfest production last fall, you’re in good co
One of the most intriguing theoretical exercises is the following question:
“If you could have stopped Adolph Hitler from rising to power in Germany in the 1930s and 40s — by any means necessary — would you have done so?”
Ray E. Kepplinger was born on a farm south of Scotland, S.D. on Dec. 28, 1932 to Frank and Myrtle (Ireland) Kepplinger. Later, the family moved to a farm west of Freeman, S.D., where he attended country grade school.
Irene Ahlheim, 98, of Hot Springs, Ark., previously of Saugus, Calif., passed away peacefully on Jan. 29, 2019. She was born on Nov. 9, 1920 in Bridgewater, S.D. to the late John and Rachel Mandel.
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