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Featured Stories

Snow could possibly be record

Howling winds peaking at nearly 60 mph Wednesday, March 13 and Thursday, March 14, packed 5.4 inches of new snow into solid drifts that caused serious issues for area residents. But it wasn’t just the...

Snowy Path

Sidewalks and roads in Mobridge were blocked by drifts of snow on Friday as the wind subsided and sun came out.  Behind the mailbox is a skidsteer being used to clear a path along Fourth...

Study: South Dakota Faces Growing Urban-Rural Digital Divide

South Dakota is threatened by a growing urban-rural digital divide, endangering residents’ quality of life and economic development efforts unless significant investments are made in advanced mobile technology, a new study suggests.   Researchers from...

Another winter storm to hit area

Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison is urging all residents to be prepared for the coming winter storm and to stay off the roads if possible during the storm. “We will be plowing the roads as...

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News

Shopko to close remaining stores

Mobridge is losing another business as on Monday, Shopko announced it will liquidate its assets and close all of its remaining locations by June. In...

Snow could possibly be record

Howling winds peaking at nearly 60 mph Wednesday, March 13 and Thursday, March 14, packed 5.4 inches of new snow into solid drifts that caused...

Water damage leads to litigation for city

Issues dealing with weather had Mobridge residents addressing the city council Tuesday, March 12, and will result in legal action against the city. On Tuesday...

Another winter storm to hit area

Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison is urging all residents to be prepared for the coming winter storm and to stay off the roads if possible...

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Sports

Panthers settle for eighth place at State B tourney

Slow starts created holes too deep to dig out of as Timber Lake fell three...

Cole Wellner takes second at SDWCA state tourney

Mobridge-Pollock eighth-grader Cole Wellner took second place in the Cadets 195 division at the SDWCA...

Panthers draw Huskies in state tourney first round

The number two seed Timber Lake Panthers will take on the number seven seed Bridgewater-Emery...

JV Tigers reel off perfect 20-0 season

A coach cannot really set up many season-long goals for a junior varsity basketball team....

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Opinions

Happenings in Washington are sometimes astounding and confusing. Other times what happens in our nation’s capitol is bordering on the hilarious. This week something so...

Guest Editorial: Shine a brighter light on government in S.D.

– By David Bordewyk Executive Director of South Dakota Newspaper Association – This week we celebrate the public’s right to know what our government is...

BALL FIVE: B is any team’s to win

There are five state basketball tournaments this weekend. I don’t think any of them have the potential for more drama than the Class B boys...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Celestine Ducheneaux funeral is Friday morning at St. Joseph’s

Celestine Ducheneaux, 86, of Pierre and formerly of Promise, passed...

Ramona Weischedel memorial is Saturday

Ramona Jean Weischedel, 66, of Mobridge, passed away on Tuesday,...

Richard Harrison was a humble and caring man

Richard Lee Harrison, 41, passed away on Tuesday, March 12,...

Jeanne Schneider loved her ‘River Rats’

Jeanne Marie Schneider was born on Nov. 17, 1943, in...

Tom Peterson was always going to be a cowboy

Mass of Christian Burial for Thomas Peterson, 60, of Aberdeen,...

Karen Stover funeral held here on Friday

Funeral services for Karen Stover, 83, of Mobridge, were held...

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Cook of the Week

Cook Norman Brantley made eggs for Jack Benny

Norman Brantley of Selby said he has always had a...

Presenting Irish recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day

This year over the Fourth of July the Klein Museum’s...

Tom Volk is outdoorsman, prefers camp cooking

If the weather is permitting, you will most likely find...

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