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Featured Stories

12u softball prepares for state, nationals

When Heather Overland is asked about the girls that make up this season’s 12 and under softball team, she doesn’t hesitate to give them credit for their hard work. With the high ambitions the team...

Summer Sunday

Unusually hot weather brought people to Lake Oahe during the weekend as heat and humidity blanketed the state. Higher than normal temperatures and dew points sent people to the lake to escape the heat. An...

Grand Marshal

Sitting Bull Stampede Grand Marshal Carol Lehrkamp was honored for her years of volunteer service to the Mobridge Rodeo Association and the community during the three-day celebration. The SBS Memories Edition, with pictures of the...

Two Mobridge residents killed on Highway 1806

Authorities have identified the two people who died in accidents that occurred at the road washout on Highway 1806 just north of the North Dakota border as Mobridge residents. According to Standing Rock Chairman Mike...

74th Stampede had impressive scores

In front of packed Mobridge Rodeo Grounds, Jade Blackwell of Rapid City scored 87 points atop South Point to win the saddle bronc riding title at the 74th annual Sitting Bull Stampede, held July 2,...

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News

Weatherman ordered to serve 120 days in jail

A Missouri man who was driving a vehicle in a 2016 accident that killed a Mobridge resident has received a 10 year suspended prison sentence...

Nicholas Scherr released after serving 23 year

A former Mobridge resident who served 23 years in prison for raping and killing an 18-year-old South Dakota woman in 1980 has been released from...

Two Mobridge residents killed on Highway 1806

Authorities have identified the two people who died in accidents that occurred at the road washout on Highway 1806 just north of the North Dakota...

Mound City man killed in July 2 car accident

A Campbell County man died as a result of a in a two-vehicle crash that occurred Tuesday, July 2, two miles south of Herreid. Ernest...

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Sports

McLaughlin cowboy wins bull riding at home rodeo

Numerous local competitors gave it their all at the Major James McLaughlin rodeo on July...

12u softball prepares for state, nationals

When Heather Overland is asked about the girls that make up this season’s 12 and...

15-16 Teeners play extra inning

After taking a 6-5 win over Warner-Ipswich-Northville in the opener on Sunday in Ipswich, the...

74th Stampede had impressive scores

In front of packed Mobridge Rodeo Grounds, Jade Blackwell of Rapid City scored 87 points...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Compassion and patience needed in dealing with grief

When does the punishment fit the crime? Why is it that to some, those who break the law are not punished as we see as...

BALL FIVE: Athletics have shaped my life, whether I knew it or not

I have been influenced by sports a lot, sometimes without really choosing to be. For someone who is attending school for anything but athletics, I...

KATIE ZERR: Tragedies have big impacts on smaller communities

Do tragedies impact smaller communities on a higher level than in larger communities? Compared to earthquakes, fires or mass casualty incidents, accidents involving a few...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Roxann was humble in her work

Roxann Sauter, 61, of Mobridge, began her independence from her...

Mary loved her family

Mary Jean Mizera, 95, passed away July 8, 2019. She...

JoAnn was known for many talents, gardening and painting

JoAnn Marie Hunter, 84, passed away peacefully on Monday, July...

Randy loved farming, riding and tinkering with his motorcycle

Funeral services for Randy Fudge, 62, of Mobridge and Timber...

Trudy was passionate caregiver and nurse

Celebration of Life Services for Trudy Peterson, 60, of Mobridge...

Lari loved the Fourth in Mobridge

LaVonne “Lari” Aslesen Marin, formerly of Mobridge, passed away Tuesday,...

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Cook of the Week

1979 MHS grad shares his cooking tips and tricks

Kevin Vojta is a longtime Mobridge resident. He has lived...

Maher reopens Donnie’s Breakfast Diner and Pizzeria

Donnie Maher is a man of many talents. Donnie was...

‘They weren’t all Norwegian,’ but these recipes are

The Living History this July is called “They weren’t all...

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