Brothers Brett and George Kenzy have become very vocal activists on behalf of this country’s cattle producers. Huge financial hits to their industry over the last several decades have caused numerous farmers and ranchers to sell out or go bankrupt and many more to struggle financially.
For the City of Gregory, there were two city council positions up for reelection.
The regular meeting of the Gregory City Council was held at 6:00 p.m., Monday, June 1, 2020, at City Hall.
As new cases of the COVID-19 virus in Minnehaha County slow down, other areas of the state are starting to see numbers pick up. Statewide, 33 new cases were reported on Monday, according to numbers reported by 11:30 Tuesday morning on the state’s COVID-19 website.
Recently the staff and residents of Avera Rosebud Country Care Center have begun steps toward being able to reopen the facility to visitors. Following the South Dakota Department of Health guidelines, all employees and residents have been tested for COVID-19 and will be tested again this week to establish a baseline showing that no one has the virus. After this initial phase, two percent of the staff and residents will be tested each week, which means one resident and one staff member for the Gregory facility.