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Cheyenne-Eagle Butte boys win Roe Granger team title

On the strength of four top-10 finishes, the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte boys ran away with the title at the 42nd annual Roe Granger cross country meet at the Moccasin Creek Soccer Complex on Saturday. Xavier Norris led the Braves with a third-place finish, crossing the finish line at 17 minutes, 37 seconds. Dillon Miner ran an 18:18 for fifth, Harold Red […]

Tyler Villbrandt shoots to second

Tyler Villbrandt led the Tiger golfers with a second-place finish at the Redfield-Doland Pheasant Invite in Redfield on Tuesday. Villbrandt shot an 87. He opened with a 41, the lowest nine in the tournament. His second-round 46 dropped him behind winner Sean Zimny of Milbank who shot 42-43-85. Eric Looyenga medaled with a seventh-place finish. Looyenga bounced back on the […]

Cavaliers’ no-huddle befuddles Tigers

When the Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers took the first offensive snap of the game they went 11 yards and then they didn’t huddle. They lined up and ran the next play and then the next and kept at it until scoring on the ninth play of the drive. The same thing happened on the next Roncalli drive and the Tigers would […]

Lady Tigers romp Eureka-Bowdle 3-0 for third straight victory

The Lady Tigers put the number 3 to good work on Tuesday. In the morning, they moved up to being the number 3 ranked team in the Class A polls. In the evening they raised their record to 3-0 with a 3-0 win over Eureka-Bowdle in Eureka. Mobridge-Pollock was in full control the entire match in their first road outing […]

Norma Salzer was Jefferson Award winner in Wyoming

Funeral Services for Norma A. Salzer, 79, were held on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at Newcomer Funeral Home Chapel in Casper, Wyo.   Norma passed away on Aug. 28, 2012 at Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. She was the daughter of John and Katherina Kaul, loving wife of Wilbert L. Salzer, sister of Donald R. Kaul, mother of Barbara Barden, […]

Tomboy also learns to cook

Bernice Miller said she believes the best things in life are free. She credits her brother Don for introducing her to the “tomboy life,” horseback riding, fishing, and pheasant and deer hunting. She credits one of her friends and mentors Vivian Perman for teaching her a lot about cooking that would be a blessing in disguise. The daughter of Rose […]

Historian to discuss book at Timber Lake museum

Historian Michael L. Lawson will discuss his book, “Dammed Indians Revisited: The Continuing History of the Pick-Sloan Plan and the Missouri River Sioux,” at Timber Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 2.   The book was published by the South Dakota State Historical Society Press in 2010. Hosted by the Timber Lake and Area Historical Society, Lawson’s visit is sponsored by the […]

Muriel Hohle rides for love of horses

If Muriel Hohle had kept a running tally of the number of hours she has spent in the saddle since her very first horse, an ornery Shetland pony named Spot, she could have traversed the Continental United States and back-several times over. Over the decades, she has had the pleasure of riding any number of quarter horses, including Cowboy Skip […]

Hugh Glass, left for dead, survives and forgives

It is difficult to imagine a man dragging himself a mile through brush, across gullies and along the river breaks to safety. Hugh Glass not only dragged himself a mile, but hundreds. With each yard he put behind him, he came closer to civilization and immortality. An historic marker that overlooks Shadehill Reservoir in northwestern South Dakota tells the saga […]

Pheasant numbers increase in 2012 brood count

By Katie Zerr South Dakota’s pheasant numbers increased in some prime bird areas, including Mobridge, according to the 2012 brood count conducted by the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. According to the annual count, released last week, South Dakota’s best pheasant hunting for 2012 may be in the Mobridge, Chamberlain, Pierre and Winner areas. According to the […]


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