Frank’s cooking has no shortcuts

Friendly and personable with a kind word for everyone he meets, Frank Gross is a bit like Will Rogers: he hasn’t met a person he hasn’t liked. As a student of English, he hasn’t met a novel that he hasn’t liked, though he concedes he isn’t quite as fond of poetry or historical fiction. And as a cook and of […]

Zion Lutheran Church welcomes new associate

Pastor Seth A. Georgson became the associate pastor at Zion Lutheran Church in Mobridge and St. Jacobi Lutheran Church in Glenham at an ordination and installation ceremony on July 15. Georgson, 26, went to grade school at Saint Paul Lutheran in Ixonia, Wis. He attended Luther Prep in Watertown, Wis., Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minn., and Wisconsin Lutheran […]

Four-wheeler will never replace Larry Schanzenbach’s horse

When a quarter horse and cowboy work cattle, they are as one. “It’s just a beautiful thing to see,” Shirley Schanzenbach said. “I still work my cattle the old-fashioned way, from the back of a horse,” Larry Schanzenbach said. “My 20-year old bay gelding will follow a cow through a gopher hole. I won’t have a four-wheeler on the place. […]

Elizabeth Givens, MHS grad, dies in Montana

Elizabeth Given, 86, died July 16, 2012, at Peace Hospice of Montana in Great Falls. A memorial service will be held at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, 600 Third Avenue, North, Great Falls, Mont., on Monday Aug. 13, 2012, at 11 a.m. Her ashes will be buried at the Clark family gravesite at Mission at a later date. Elizabeth […]

Jimmy Keller dies in Washington

James “Jimmy” Todd Keller, 49, passed away July 15, 2012, at Federal Way, Wash. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Jacob S. Keller and Ovella (Johns) Keller, longtime residents of Mobridge; his parents, Daniel J. Keller Sr. and Rose Marie (Sandy) Knoll-Keller; and his sister, Kathleen Marie Keller. He is survived by a brother, Daniel J. Keller Jr., […]

Selby-Eureka finishes sixth at state Teener tournament

The Selby-Eureka Teeners capped a strong season by taking sixth place at the VFW Baseball 13-14 Year Old Teener Baseball Tournament in Mt. Vernon. Selby-Eureka lost a tight 6-5 game to Parkston in the opener and came back to beat Mt. Vernon 7-3 in the consolation semifinals before dropping an 11-1 decision to Gregory in the consolation championship game on […]

Redfield Pheasants avenge loss, end Cardinal season

The Redfield Pheasants exacted revenge on Mobridge with a 4-2 win in the elimination round of the District 2B Tournament in Britton on Friday. A pitcher’s duel for the most part, the game was decided by three two-run rallies. Unfortunate for the Cardinals is that the Pheasants had two of the three run-scoring innings. Redfield jumped on top with two […]

Garrett, Dorsey, Murray win Timber Lake titles

When it came time to earn some of the more than $24,000 in prize money at the Days of 1910 Rodeo in Timber Lake on Saturday and Sunday, the local cowboys and cowgirls did more than their share of keeping the money with the nearby economies. Shorty Garrett of Dupree took home the biggest check of the rodeo. He earned […]

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