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Featured Stories

Candace Rough Surface remembered

Family, friends and members of surrounding communities gathered at the former Sitting Bull College site, Thursday, May 16, for a prayer service in honor of Candace Rough Surface, a Standing Rock tribal member murdered near...

Play Day

Freeman Davis elementary students  fought the cold, windy weather Friday, May 17,  but still enjoyed the events of the annual play day held at Tiger Stadium.

Tigers win second straight Region 6A title

With three region titles and depth that earned them 25 more medals, the Tigers scored 161 points to win the team championship at the Region 6A Track and Field Meet in Stephan on Thursday. After...

Flooding damage and repair costs could linger in SD for years

Recent extreme weather — and possibly more to come — has caused flooding that decimated eastern South Dakota farms and its rural transportation network. As a result, significant costs await townships and counties that already...

Graduation

Jayce Chasing Hawk and Miranda Cadotte react to graduation speaker Pam Wells during the Mobridge-Pollock High School graduation held Sunday, May 12, at the high school gym. More photos of the ceremony can be found...

Mobridge-Pollock claims three conference titles

Mobridge-Pollock won three titles at the Central South Dakota Conference Track and Field Meet in Gettysburg on Saturday. Coach Cody Stotz said that with it being graduation weekend, not just in Mobridge, the team was...

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News

County clean-up days continue

It is not too late for Walworth County residents to do a little spring cleaning and take advantage of the county-wide clean up days. Each...

Commission meeting rules again questioned

Walworth County Commission set a precedent for the open forum again on Tuesday, May 21, as chairman Scott Schilling informed those in the room that...

Council initiates resident positive recognition program

The Mobridge City Council Tuesday, May 14, elected a president and vice-president and started a new recognition program by awarding a young resident for his...

Two Hearts charged with felony sexual contact

A Mobridge man is facing a felony charges of sexual contact with a child under 16 after his arrest last week. Tyler Two Hearts of...

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Sports

Tigers win second straight Region 6A title

With three region titles and depth that earned them 25 more medals, the Tigers scored...

Weisbeck shoots 76, runs away with home meet

On a cloudy, blustery day, it couldn’t have been brighter for Lady Tiger Callie Weisbeck,...

Lady Tigers trump Winner course

Winner Country Club belonged to the Lady Tigers on Friday. Half of the top 10...

Mobridge-Pollock claims three conference titles

Mobridge-Pollock won three titles at the Central South Dakota Conference Track and Field Meet in...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Interviews trigger appreciation of life

I’m not much for social media. I‘m not a tweeter, don’t spend much time on Facebook and find some comments made by trolls on newspaper...

KATIE ZERR: How many second chances are too many?

Is it time to again get tough on those who continually abuse their legal “second chances” and leave victims of their crimes in their wake?...

BALL FIVE: Rebuilt stadium may be on horizon

I’ve had a couple conversations at the school about Tiger Stadium and how there may be a lot of work being done in the future....

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Joyce Jacobsen passes

Joyce Jacobsen, 87, passed away on Wednesday, May 1, 2019,...

Jeri Schlepp passes away in Nebraska

Geraldine J. “Jeri” Schlepp, 74, of Fremont, Neb., passed away...

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Cook of the Week

German food takes stage as Living History nears

For the Living History out at Greenwood Cemetery on July...

Dessert bars are sweet treat for summer gatherings

With the warmer weather comes picnics, camping, ballgames, reunions and...

Bev comes through with Art’s Italian recipes

Art Coragiulo’s father, Joe, is one of the pioneers portrayed...

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