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Featured Stories

Frailing looks on as marina building comes down

The memories of years of a labor of love washed through Jerry Frailing as he sat atop his riding mower on Saturday morning, watching the Bridge City Marina and Resort building he built get torn...

Storm leaves more than crop damage in wake

The Tuesday, Aug. 6, hail storm destroyed crops to the east and west of Mobridge, adding to an already tough year for Ag producers. According to law enforcement and the National Weather Service, the storm...

Hogwarts Project

Elsy Larsen concentrates on making her own pet owl out of supplies in  her cauldron at  Camp Hogwarts at  A.H. Brown Library.

‘Bad Company’ puts on winning show at derby

A team from the south took first and a team from the north took second at the 26th annual Mobridge Demolition Derby held Saturday at Mobridge Rodeo Grounds. When all the dust settled in the...

12U girls win national title

The Mobridge 12U girls’ softball team won the USA 2019 Slow Pitch Girls’ 12-Under National Championship tournament in Sioux Falls over the weekend. The team had a perfect record in the tournament with Watertown Blaze...

Storm rocks area damaging property and crops

Large hail and damaging winds pounded the area and state Tuesday, Aug. 6, leaving a path of destruction in their wake. According to Walworth County Emergency Manager Amanda Silbernagel, who along with Walworth County Deputy...

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News

M-P board approves new communication device policies

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board, Monday, Aug. 12, heard the guidelines of a revised cell phone policy that will be included in the new student handbook....

Storm leaves more than crop damage in wake

The Tuesday, Aug. 6, hail storm destroyed crops to the east and west of Mobridge, adding to an already tough year for Ag producers. According...

Commission will consider fee reductions for clean-up projects

Walworth County Commissioners approved the 2020 provisional budget and approved a reduction in tipping fees for not-for-profit clean-up efforts at their Tuesday, Aug. 6 meeting....

Storm rocks area damaging property and crops

Large hail and damaging winds pounded the area and state Tuesday, Aug. 6, leaving a path of destruction in their wake. According to Walworth County...

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Sports

Frailing looks on as marina building comes down

The memories of years of a labor of love washed through Jerry Frailing as he...

Chance Schott wins bull riding title at Faith rodeo

Chance Schott of McLaughlin won his second title of the year, winning the bull riding...

‘Bad Company’ puts on winning show at derby

A team from the south took first and a team from the north took second...

12U girls win national title

The Mobridge 12U girls’ softball team won the USA 2019 Slow Pitch Girls’ 12-Under National...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: NFL player’s actions evoke early football memories

I was watching the Tigers practice for the upcoming football season on Tuesday when the guys on sports talk radio brought up Raiders wide receiver...

BALL FIVE: Softball, baseball teams have opposite endings

The summer ball season ended with a bang for girls this weekend, but not so much for the boys. Mobridge can say it is home...

KATIE ZERR: Words children hear become a part of them

Words matter. Whether spoken, written or posted, words can cause more harm than some physical attacks. This has been a topic of this editorial space...

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Obituaries

Brownie Holzwarth did his all for the Bridge City

Funeral services for Emanuel “Brownie” Holzwarth, 90, formerly of Mobridge,...

Gordon Atkinson played big role in building of new Pollock

Gordon F. Atkinson, age 89, formerly of Pollock, passed away...

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Cook of the Week

Tips for how to keep your garden healthy

As summer comes to a close and gardens become abundant,...

Zucchini season upon us, here are some recipes

In a Christmas letter from a friend in Napoleon N.D.,...

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