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Opening Day

Lifeguard Lauren Thompson (left) checks the temperature of Wyatt Henderson before he is allowed to enter the Mobridge Aquatics Center on opening day, Saturday, May 30.   

Norder brothers off to Mines for athletics/academics

With their high school athletic and academic careers completed, Josh and Kregen Norder are preparing for the next phase of their lives at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology...

Flying High

Homer Fox flies off the spring board at the Mobridge Aquatics Center Saturday, May 30, as Exavier White Mountain looks on. The aquatics center opened Saturday for the season.

Season Prepping

Coach Donovan Flaherty plays the part of pitcher while the players work on the art of reading the pitcher to get a jump off first base during 13-14 Teener practice...

Overland sisters excited as softball season begins

On Tuesday afternoon, more than two months of being in at least partial isolation came to an end for the Overland sisters when they got to join their teammates on...

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News

Mohr, Holgard win primary election in commision races

Walworth County will have a new commissioner as on Tuesday, June 2, the primary elections ousted an incumbent commissioner. District 23 will have a new...

Dewey County resident tests positive for COVID-19

A Dewey County resident from Eagle Butte tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, June 2. The South Dakota Department of Health on Wednesday, June 2,...

Pool to open with virus protocol for admittance

The City of Mobridge will be opening the swimming pool on Saturday, May 30, with precautionary measures in place to prevent the spread of the...

Non-resident tests positive for COVID-19

After weeks of no new cases reported, on Wednesday, May 27, it was reported that there has been a positive test in Walworth County. The...

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Sports

Norder brothers off to Mines for athletics/academics

With their high school athletic and academic careers completed, Josh and Kregen Norder are preparing...

David Jensen named winner of Outstanding Sportsmanship award

David Jensen of Mobridge was honored as Nebraska’s Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner by the Big...

Overland sisters excited as softball season begins

On Tuesday afternoon, more than two months of being in at least partial isolation came...

MYO leagues to start next week with physical distancing rules

The Mobridge Youth Organization activities are starting the week of June 1. T-ball for ages...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: New football class system will be difficult to figure out

An interesting dilemma came out of the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors meeting last week. It seems that forming a new...

KATIE ZERR: There’s a clear line between what we see and what is right

This week Americans have watched examples of the worst and the best of people in our nation. We have witnessed the lack of sanity from...

Outside the Fence: Understanding game plan may alter attitudes

Are we letting a lack of full understanding in a situation cause us to walk down a path that can lead to an irreparable harm?...

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Obituaries

Sharon Dame played hand bells and sang in church choir

A public visitation for Sharon Dame, 60, of Mobridge, was...

Catherine Traxinger loved her flowers

Mass of Christian Burial for Catherine Traxinger, 89, of Beulah,...

Daniel Orth loved being an uncle

Funeral services for Daniel James Orth, 36, of Herreid, will...

Gene Goetz owned Bullhead Trading Post

Graveside services for Gene Gary Goetz, 70, of Bullhead, were...

Calvin Austin passes in Westport

Calvin R. Austin, 67, of Westport, passed away on Tuesday,...

Lois Rounds had long nursing career

Lois M. Rounds, 91, of Brandon and formerly of Huron,...

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