The arena where President Barack Obama will speak Friday is slowly filling up with family and friends of the soon-to-be graduates of Lake Area Technical Institute.
Watch President Barack Obama deliver the commencement address at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, S.D.
A few people opposing the proposed Keystone XL pipeline are protesting outside the arena were President Barack Obama will speak.
KDLT News will provide special coverage of President Barack Obama’s visit to Watertown, South Dakota on Friday.
Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced today that he will appoint Magistrate Judge Carmen A. Means as a circuit court judge in South Dakota’s Third Circuit Court in Watertown.
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The speaker who was originally chosen to deliver the commencement address at Lake Area Technical Institute before President Barack Obama announced he will be doing so himself will get a chance to talk to the school’s graduates next year.
South Dakota U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem is holding a discussion with community and business leaders in Watertown.
Lake Area Technical Institute announced Monday that President Barack Obama will be Lake Area Tech’s commencement speaker to the graduating class of 2015.
Police in northeastern South Dakota are searching for four teenagers after officers discovered a mobile meth lab.
The concept of the SculptureWalk in downtown Sioux Falls is expanding to Watertown.
Officials in Watertown are planning to mine a city-owned detention pond for gravel.
Police in northeastern South Dakota say a man accidentally shot himself during a gun show.
A senior from Watertown High School won the state’s Poetry Out Loud competition and is headed to Washington, D.C., to represent South Dakota in the national competition April 27-29.
State tuition and fees at South Dakota’s four technical institutes will rise slightly, to $145 per credit, for the 2015-16 academic year.
St. Thomas More Cruises To Second Straight State A Title
Cavaliers Overwhelm EP-J 54-24
St. Thomas More won their second straight State A Girl’s Basketball Title 54-24 over Elk Point-Jefferson.
Police in Watertown say six of nine businesses checked Tuesday night failed an alcohol compliance check.
Washington & O’Gorman Boys Punch Their Tickets To State
Warriors Edge Lincoln, Knights Pull Away From Watertown
The Washington Warriors and O’Gorman Knights won District Championships on Friday night to clinch berths in the AA State Boy’s Basketball Tournament.