Headed to State! LHS girls dominate against Miller to advance

March 10, 2020

Five positive cases of coronavirus in South Dakota confirmed

March 10, 2020

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Avera, Sanford Health and the South Dakota Department of Health confirm, as Gov. Kristi Noem has announced, South Dakota’s first p...

Sioux Falls area health systems confirm COVID-19 cases

March 10, 2020

There will be city elections this year in Lennox and Worthing.

In Lennox, running for Mayor will be Tracy West, Greg Poppenga and Stacy Duchene. Billy...

City elections to be held in Lennox, Worthing

March 5, 2020

Williams captures runner-up honors at State

March 5, 2020

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March 5, 2020

Last week Lennox City Council hosted three open houses to discuss the condition of the city streets and the cost to repair and maintain them. Representatives from Stockwell Engineering were on hand to talk to residents about the findings of recent investigations as wel...

February 26, 2020

 Lennox City Council approved the resignation of Jeremy Gulbranson, Public Works Director, during Monday night’s council meeting, with his final day being next week. 

The City has now received resignations from both licensed operators for the City’s water/wastewate...

February 5, 2020

Lincoln County Fairgrounds Foundation begins fundraising efforts

The new Lincoln County 4-H Extension Office began officially operating out of the new Lennox location as of Monday, February 3, 2020. 

The new location at 27711 SD-17, Lennox, SD is known by most in the are...

January 30, 2020

Lennox City Council held their second regular meeting of the month on January 27. 

One addition was added under executive session and the Countryside Addition TIF District Update was taken out of the consent agenda and added to old business before the agenda was approve...

January 23, 2020

For local artist Rhoda Strasser, buildings have a story to tell. She helps to tell that story through her artwork.

Her upcoming art show at the Lennox Community Library in February will showcase one local farm, as she plans to set up, “Buildings Thru the Ages” — a colle...

January 9, 2020

Lennox City Council held their final meeting of 2019 on Dec. 30th. 

One of the first items to address was the application to re-zone the property at 208 Court Street during the Public Hearing. 

It was at the November Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, the commission...

January 1, 2020

This week’s issue celebrates the New Year with some great resolutions from our area students. I found many of them to be very inspirational!  I too, would like to put, “Go to Florida” on my resolution list. To all the teachers and students who sent those in, thank you....

December 25, 2019

Travis Buckneberg was a kindergarten student of Mrs. Correne Gordon in 1997.  He remembers that she would draw the straight lines on the green chalk board to show the class how to write their letters. That chalk board remained in her classroom every year that Travis we...

November 20, 2019

City Engineer Mitch Mergen presented the engineer’s report last week to Lennox Council. His first update was on the Central Basin Project Phase 2. His report stated, “At this time, all streets have a bottom lift of asphalt in place and all driveways have been construct...

October 31, 2019

Lennox City Council held their final regular meeting for October. After approval of the agenda, the Council held a public hearing for the City of Lennox Comprehensive Plan.  The Steering committee for the Comprehensive Plan includes: Alan Rops – Lennox School District/...

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