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Wager honors veterans with Jeep display

Tractors, trucks, cars, windmills, Joyce Wager had seen lawn ornaments of many kinds, but he had never seen one that honored members of the military. So, he decided to change...

House demo

Another older home in Mobridge was demolished this week as the three-story home at the intersection of East Grand Crossing and Third Avenue East came down. Property owner James Prasek...

Filling orders

Paige Sandland (back) and Jean Blonigen help fill containers for the pick-up Thursday, Nov. 26, at the “Share the Spirit” fundraiser. The volunteers at the Moose Lodge served nearly 350...

Goehrings named to Class 11B All-State Team

After combining for more than 1,350 yards and 28 touchdowns receiving, twins Bryston and Braden Goehring were named first team to the 2020 Class 11B All-State Football Team. Fellow seniors...

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News

Wager honors veterans with Jeep display

Tractors, trucks, cars, windmills, Joyce Wager had seen lawn ornaments of many kinds, but he had never seen one that honored members of the military....

MEDCO plays expanded role in unusual year

The board and staff of Mobridge Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO) were busy in 2020, with helping area residents and business owners stay on their feet...

Commission approves changes to staffing

At a special meeting held on Tuesday, Nov. 24, the Walworth County Commission voted to make changes to the number of transport officers in the...

Multiple homes, vehicles damaged in vandalism spree

Residents of a southeastern Mobridge neighborhood woke up to damaged vehicles and homes Saturday, Nov. 21, when several people went on a painting spree doing...

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Sports

Five Wolverines named to 9B All-State football team

Following a season that saw Herreid/Selby Area win nine straight games and make it to...

Young Tiger squad opens season Saturday at Stanley County

Youth will be served this year on the Tiger wrestling squad. After the graduation of...

Goehrings named to Class 11B All-State Team

After combining for more than 1,350 yards and 28 touchdowns receiving, twins Bryston and Braden...

Three Lemmon/McIntosh Cowboys earn Class 9AA All-State

After an undefeated regular season and a second straight trip to the semifinals, three Lemmon/McIntosh...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: Changes made to basketball schedules, more may come

Well, we got through the fall sports season in a pretty clean manner. The state finals for all four fall sports pulled off without a...

KATIE ZERR: Memory triggers are plentiful in this edition

Memories are something that hang in the corners of our souls until they are guided to the forefront of our conscience by some trigger. There...

KATIE: ZERR: This Thanksgiving has a whole new meaning

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the year past, think about our blessings and give thanks for the bounties in our lives. In 2020...

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Obituaries

Adeline Stadel service held Monday

Graveside services for Adeline Stadel, 96, of Mobridge, were held...

Ruby Oxner was big fan of science-fiction

Ruby Gene Oxner, 74, passed away peacefully on Nov. 28,...

Brad Berg was the best uncle anyone could ever ask for

Bradley Ray Berg, 60, lost his hard-fought battle with COVID-19...

Judith Thompson had ear for conversation

Judith Ann Demery Gates Thompson, 74, of Timber Lake, passed...

Sylvia Bryant passes Nov. 23

Sylvia Sidney Bryant, 86, of Gettysburg, passed away on Monday,...

Eddie Goehring was an excellent singer

Funeral services for Eddie Goehring, 74, of Herreid, were held...

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