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The River Thames has a storied history. Stretching 215 miles from Kemble to Southend, it is the longest river in England. Archaeological evidence suggests that humans were living along its shores in Neolithic times. Around the dawn of the Common Era, ancient Romans navigated its waters and constructed fortifications nearby. Nine hundred years later, Vikings from Scandinavia sailed up the Thames, leaving destruction in their wake. In the 1700s, the river served as a major hub for the thriving British Empire.

Jon Jay Rosander, 72, passed away on Jan. 8, 2021, from complications that followed a stroke, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, S.D. He was…

Billy Norman, 73, of Spearfish, went home to heaven on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020. With his loving wife by his side, Billy died at the Spearfish Ca…