Stu Whitney, argusleader

Stu Whitney


Sioux Falls, SD, United States

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Past articles by Stu:

Whitney: Great faces, safe spaces for Trump at Mount Rushmore — with Noem along for the ride

South Dakota appearance provides perfect storm of rabid patriotism and wrenching conflict. → Read More

Whitney: In the end we will shine, not shelter. Our city will stand tall.

Grasping for hope amid the madness as the enemy catches its breath. → Read More

Vikings standout Kyle Rudolph to headline Argus Leader Sports Awards

The fifth annual Sanford-sponsored event will be held June 6 at the Sanford Pentagon. → Read More

Whitney: Holiday surprise means nearly $1,400 tip for waitress

Coretta Criner has been a waitress in Sioux Falls for 40 years. She finally found something that could make her speechless. → Read More

Whitney: Labor Day isn't working (pardon the pun). Here are some replacement holidays for South Dakota.

We need to find a more fitting way to celebrate our heritage while bidding farewell to summer. → Read More

Whitney: Home cooking at Summit League tournament has boiled over

Some coaches are irked by South Dakota's home court Summit League advantage. So now the question becomes: Does anyone else want to win this thing? → Read More

Whitney: Delbert Gillam scored a record 72 points in one game. Then his town vanished.

The Argonne High standout made history in 1953, but he never reached the state tournament or played in college. One big night sealed his legacy. → Read More

Whitney: Turning 50 means getting a colonoscopy, so let the fun begin

The screening process is accomplished with a long, flexible tube and not a lot of small talk. → Read More

Whitney: Nate Malchow's reaction to cancer diagnosis is simple. It's time to compete.

Washington activities director and former coach finds support while battling lymphoma. "He's not used to losing," says a former assistant. → Read More

Whitney: In search of America's vanishing middle ground during Brett Kavanaugh hearings

Kavanaugh confirmation drama shows country to be as divided as ever. What basic principles can we agree on? → Read More

Whitney: Bridging past and present with sturdy Sioux Falls landmark

For nearly 125 years, the Yankton Trail Bridge has served its purpose on the Big Sioux River, providing a link to the city's past. → Read More

Whitney: Tom Hanks doesn't really want to live in Sioux Falls. Are we OK with that?

We are too easily star-struck, despite our recent progress. Just ask Chief Keef, Paul McCartney and the blond guy from "Starsky & Hutch." → Read More

Look up! The Goodyear Blimp is flying around Sioux Falls

The appearance will be hosted by Graham Tire, which has been a Goodyear dealer for 67 years. → Read More

Whitney: Unexpected guest shakes up Sioux Falls baseball tradition

Fifty years ago, neighborhood friends started a Phil Roof Memorial Game to honor the former Twins catcher. This time, Phil Roof plans to show up. → Read More

Whitney: For better or worse, Mike Huether did it his way

Mayor's eight-year stint in City Hall featured lasting grudges and assaults on transparency. But he's banking on the successes being remembered. → Read More

Mike Miller to join coaching staff at University of Memphis

Joining Penny Hardaway's staff officially signals NBA retirement for 17-year veteran and former Mitchell standout. → Read More

Whitney: Gazing at crystal ball for 2018

Whether it's Noem-Jackley, Little League revenge or the triumphant return of Garth Brooks, here are some fearless predictions for the coming year. → Read More

Whitney: One year after tragedy, Ethan McMahon's impact shines on

Construction worker and former Marine killed in downtown building collapse left behind a fiancee and two children. They feel his presence every day. → Read More

Whitney: Solved mystery reunites father and son

For more than a decade, James O'Reilly believed his father was dead. Then came news that brought him to South Dakota to relive a turbulent past. → Read More

Whitney: All eyes on South Dakota vs. Chief Keef

The rapper was arrested for marijuana edibles at the Sioux Falls airport in June and faces a felony charge, putting state pot laws in the spotlight. → Read More