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Featured Stories

16U Teeners hold off Leola/Frederick to advance

The Mobridge 16U Teener baseball team advanced with a 7-6 win over Leola/Frederick in the Region 1 16U Teener Baseball Tournament at Legion Memorial Field on Tuesday. Mobridge took a...

14U girls win wild game to claim state softball title

Elsy Larsen hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Mobridge 14U girls to title in the 14U division of the South Dakota Youth...

Grand Crossing crash causes injuries, no fatalities

A vehicle drove into a pole on East Grand Crossing outside of La Cabana on Monday, July 26, but no serious injuries have been reported. Two people were in the...

Singing Bridge repair

Repairs to the Singing Bridge, on Highway 1806 over the Grand River, northwest of Mobridge started on Monday, July 12. The repairs are expected to be completed and the bridge...

Killing drought

The drought’s severe effects are seen at Oahe Hills Golf Course, where a dead tree stands between grass that has and hasn’t been watered.

Honoring an officer

Law enforcement officers from across the state paid tribute to Mobridge Police Officer Cordell Good Shield Friday, July 16, at the Edge Event Center in Mobridge. Good Shield was killed...

Fighting for the lives of golf course’s plants during drought

Oahe Hills superintendent Jason Weisbeck has been fighting the forces of heat and drought to keep the golf course green. Despite the lush grass covering much of the course, it...

Post 4 overcomes Pierre after narrow loss in first game

Post 4 finished the regular season with a 9-6 win over Pierre Post 8 15/16 Legion at Legion Memorial Field on Friday. Pierre won the opening, five-inning game 5-4. Post...

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News

Grand Crossing crash causes injuries, no fatalities

A vehicle drove into a pole on East Grand Crossing outside of La Cabana on Monday, July 26, but no serious injuries have been reported....

South Dakota’s first West Nile case hits Walworth County

The South Dakota Department of Health has confirmed that a Walworth County resident, a male in his 60’s, is South Dakota’s first human West Nile...

USDA offering drought help to ag producers

There’s no end in sight to the drought despite some recent showers, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture has several programs to help producers during...

Opt out letter causes confusion with county taxpayers

The Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, July 20, decided it is important to clarify the need and the use of the opt out funding to taxpayers...

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Sports

16U Teeners hold off Leola/Frederick to advance

The Mobridge 16U Teener baseball team advanced with a 7-6 win over Leola/Frederick in the...

Redfield beats Post 4 twice to claim Region 6B crown

Redfield rallied from the loser’s bracket to beat Post 4 twice and win the Region...

14U girls win wild game to claim state softball title

Elsy Larsen hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift...

Fighting for the lives of golf course’s plants during drought

Oahe Hills superintendent Jason Weisbeck has been fighting the forces of heat and drought to...

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Opinions

Are the Olympics worth smothering Japanese voices?

Maybe it’s because I favor the Winter Olympics, but I don’t understand why the 2020 Olympics are on. Even beyond Tokyo’s COVID-19 outbreak, many Americans...

KATIE ZERR: There is a four-legged devil in my house

Here is something I never thought I would say again: I am in love. Okay. For all of those who know me, you can pick...

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Obituaries

Willis Vander Wal was a farmer at heart

Funeral services for Willis Vander Wal, 86, of rural Pollock,...

Christine Moser shared scripture from memory

Funeral services for Christine Moser, 92, of Selby, were held...

Bruce Le Beau was member of HOF band

Bruce Richard Le Beau, 77, of Bettendorf, Iowa, and formerly...

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