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Shoppers hit Main Street in Mobridge on Saturday, Aug. 6, for the annual Crazy Days sales. Mobridge retailers slashed prices on many items for the well-attended event. The Arts in...

The Derby Tees out of Park Rapids, Minnesota, won the A Main at the 29th running of the Mobridge Demolition Derby held Saturday at Mobridge Rodeo Grounds. The Derby Tees,...

Knowledge of the home waters of Lake Oahe led to Pierre teams dominating the 2022 BPS/Cabela’s National Team Championship walleye tournament, held Thursday through Saturday in Mobridge. Pierre anglers took...

With Mobridge residents facing a water usage rate hike, city officials want to make clear why the increase is needed. The reason is clean, cost-efficient water for residents to drink...

Summer Kosel of Glenham and her horse, Apollo, were shining stars at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, held July 21 through 30 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The duo set a new...

The Bridge City has a state champion as Mobridge Softball won the Women’s Slow-pitch State Softball Division 5 tournament in Sioux Falls on Sunday. “What a weekend,” said Carissa Aberle,...

Area cowboys and cowgirls had a lot of success in to local SDRA rodeos this weekend. Jacob Carmody of Mobridge took second in bareback riding at the Days of 1910...

Kameron Maier and his grandmother, Connie Maier, hit the water on the small slide at the Mobridge Aquatics Center on Tuesday, Aug. 2. The pair traveled from Morristown to Mobridge...

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Board approves policy changes on student conduct, eligibility

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board Monday, Aug. 8, approved changes to the interscholastic activities eligibility and the behavior eligibility code of conduct policies, for inclusion in...

Water plant needs to upgrade from the 1955 technology

With Mobridge residents facing a water usage rate hike, city officials want to make clear why the increase is needed. The reason is clean, cost-efficient...

Commission hires Beck as part-time state’s attorney

Walworth County Commissioners, Tuesday, Aug. 2, approved hiring Vaughn Beck of Ipswich as a temporary, part-time state’s attorney for the county. Current state’s attorney Jamie...

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Minnesotans win Mobridge Derby

The Derby Tees out of Park Rapids, Minnesota, won the A Main at the 29th...

South Dakota teams rule National Team Tournament

Knowledge of the home waters of Lake Oahe led to Pierre teams dominating the 2022...

Kosel, Apollo, shine bright in Cheyenne

Summer Kosel of Glenham and her horse, Apollo, were shining stars at the Cheyenne Frontier...

Mobridge Softball wins state title at Division 5 tournament

The Bridge City has a state champion as Mobridge Softball won the Women’s Slow-pitch State...

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OUTSIDE THE FENCE: Young ball players show us what it is all about

We adults can use a lesson or two about being kind and showing compassion and appreciation. It seems we can get those lessons from kids...

BALL FIVE: Mobridge-Pollock sports season kicks off next week

It’s hard to believe it but we are just a few days away from the start of the 2022-23 Mobridge-Pollock High School sports year. The...

KATIE ZERR: This small town is packed full of ‘things to do’

It seems there aren’t enough warm summer weekends in the Mobridge to get in all the activities this area has to offer. There is so...

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Walter Schmidt had special bond with great-grandson

Funeral services for Walter C. Schmidt, 97, of Herreid, will...

Barbara Naumann passes in Minnesota

Barbara Jean Raabe-Naumann was born on July 18, 1947, in...

Agnes loved God, family, animals

Funeral services for Agnes Healy, 94, of Mobridge, will be...

Dr. Herb McClellan had long career as dentist, civil servant

Funeral services for Dr. Herbert “Herb” McClellan, 87, of Mobridge,...

Janet Peterhoff was beloved bus driver

Funeral services for Janet Peterhoff, 84, of Selby, will be...

Vernon Iron Cloud overcame many things

Funeral services for Vernon Iron Cloud, 92, of Wakpala, were...

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