Out & about

Prom Grand March open to public The Gettysburg and Hoven high school prom will be held Saturday evening, April 1 at the city auditorium in downtown Gettysburg. This year’s prom follows a Hollywood theme with the grand march starting a 7:30 p.m., and is open to the public to see the decorations and students. After the grand march, the dance […]

Sign up for townwide rummage sale on Saturday, May 6

People are coming out and signing up to be on the townwide rummage sale map, and so far it is shaping up to be another great event. Even though spring has been slow coming, it’s still a good time to start going through closets and storage to make space for the summer. While trying to decide what to keep and […]

AMRHC Physician Assistant connects with patients as family medicine provider

Gettysburg felt like a good fit for Kacie Jacobsen-Ahlers, who joined the team at Avera Missouri River Health Center as a Physician Assistant last fall. “I went to PA school for a job exactly like I have here in Gettysburg,” she said, explaining that it is one where care providers are able to work in many areas of health care. […]

Physician Assistant brings passion for preventative health care to AMRHC

The Avera Missouri River Health Center in Gettysburg had a strong appeal to KaraLynn Kuhn, who joined the care team last fall as a Physician Assistant. “It seemed like a great community to be a part of and begin my journey as a PA,” she said. Kuhn hails from Aberdeen, and then moved to Fargo, ND where she attended NDSU […]

A helpful guide


There’s a lot to unpack this week. First of all, evil. Who decides? The evil empires named in some recent South Dakota legislation were once part of the allied forces. They fought against the fascists on the side of the good guys during WWII. They had our backs. How do we get that to happen again? When we use mean […]

Real life star

Even though we see people in person in our corner of the world all the time, it’s even more exciting to see them on TV. I guess it’s similar to an in-person sighting of someone we only see on television. It’s a funny reaction, with the key still being fun. That’s how I felt when flipping through the channels and […]


Peek at the Past


This week we take a glimpse back 50 years to some of the Mardi Gras winners of 1973. The annual event was held at the Gettysburg City Auditorium as a fundraiser for the local hospital auxiliary. Throughout the evening revelers showed up in costume to compete for fun and prizes, while dancing the night away before the crowning of the […]

Senior Citizens MenuSUBMITTED

Senior Citizens Menu March 30-April 7 Thurs March 30: tator tot hotdish, green beans, grape juice, apple crisp, whole wheat bread Fri March 31: ham and bean soup, egg salad sandwich, fruit, cookie Mon April 3 sloppy joe on bun, Oven roasted potatoes, Mixed vegetables, Ice cream sundae Tues April 4 chicken alfredo, Broccoli, Peaches, Whole wheat bun Wed April […]

What the weather did last week…

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