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Featured Stories

Big fish lands Selby fishermen Denny Palmer title

Selby anglers, Corey Sandmeier and Brent Reilley, caught 13.04 pounds of walleye to win the 10th annual Denny Palmer Memorial Fishing Tournament on Lake Oahe in Mobridge on Saturday and...

Solo act wins team title at Mobridge Demolition Derby

What do you do when your teammate can’t join you for a two-man team demolition derby? You win it all by yourself. That’s what Alex Brandenburger of Forbes, North Dakota,...

High flier

Middle schooler Blake Thompson of Mobridge performs a backflip off the high board at the Mobridge Aquatic Center on Friday afternoon. With a heat index of more than 105 degrees,...

Whacking away

Paden Pateneaude works on his forehand stroke at MYO tennis practice on Monday. A dozen or more youngsters are learning the game four days a week.        ...

Weather strains crops in Mobridge, surrounding area

Too much rain in the spring coupled with hailstorms and dry conditions this summer have meant a somewhat strenuous growing season for area farmers. Eleanor J Goetz, Walworth County executive...

Hot day

Not only the moms, but four of the five children on the playground were already hanging out in the shade on Friday morning at Indian Creek Campground. The temperature was...

Women top girls for league title

The Mobridge adult women beat the 14U girls in the championship game to win the women’s softball league tournament held Sunday at the Mobridge softball complex. The women edged the...

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News

Mobridge building basis for new jail concept

Walworth County Commissioners heard a new proposed concept for a regional jail that would be located in the former Shopko building. Commissioner Kevin Holgard, who...

Positive cases increase in surrounding counties

On Wednesday, Aug. 5, the South Dakota Department of Health reported there were 89 new cases of COVID-19 in the state, bringing the number of...

COVID-19 outbreak infects students at Northern State University in AberdeenFree Access

Eight students of Northern State University in Aberdeen and a youth who attended a recent athletic camp on the NSU campus have tested positive for...

Weather strains crops in Mobridge, surrounding area

Too much rain in the spring coupled with hailstorms and dry conditions this summer have meant a somewhat strenuous growing season for area farmers. Eleanor...

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Sports

Big fish lands Selby fishermen Denny Palmer title

Selby anglers, Corey Sandmeier and Brent Reilley, caught 13.04 pounds of walleye to win the...

Solo act wins team title at Mobridge Demolition Derby

What do you do when your teammate can’t join you for a two-man team demolition...

Women top girls for league title

The Mobridge adult women beat the 14U girls in the championship game to win the...

Wyatt Larson takes second at SDGA State Junior Championship

Wyatt Larson had a great showing at the 42nd annual SDGA State Junior Championship in...

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Opinions

Ball Five: Bubble works for NBA, NHL, wouldn’t for MLB, NFL

I’m a sports talk radio guy. When making short jaunts around town, I like finding out what the sports jockeys have to say. Lately, the...

Lesson: Reading and baseball are priorities

In 2020, vacation for me meant several changes to what I had originally planned for this summer. I had planned to jump in my old...

BALL FIVE: ML baseball was fun while it lasted

Major League Baseball got off to a fabulous start. Major sports were back. The weekend was filled with the snap of leather and the crack...

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Obituaries

If you knew Bea Reierson, you knew she was proud of her Norweigan heritage

Beatrice Adele (Viske) Reierson, 98, of Pollock, died Friday, July...

Brother Yuker was a rodeo roper in his youth

Funeral services for Aloysius “Brother” Yuker, 82, of Glencross, were...

Arlene Bain was well known for her garlic pickles

Funeral services for Arlene Bain, 92, of Aberdeen and formerly...

Tim Overseth loved all kinds of animals

Timothy Earl Overseth, 58, of Wishek, North Dakota, died peacefully...

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