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Grace Jensen of Mobridge, daughter of Kenny and Deb Jensen, did very well last weekend at the South Dakota Junior Snow Queen contest taking the second runner up and Miss Congeniality titles. She is a freshman at Mobridge-Pollock High School.  

Miss Congeniality

Grace Jensen of Mobridge, daughter of Kenny and Deb Jensen, did very well last weekend at the South Dakota Junior Snow Queen contest taking the second runner up and Miss Congeniality titles. She is a freshman at Mobridge-Pollock High School.  

JAY DAVIS: Lucky me, I get to don green and gold

If you want to point and laugh, go ahead. You see, I’ll be sporting a Green Bay Packers jersey while webcasting when the Lady Tigers host the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Braves on Saturday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. I made the bet when I (and everyone else) thought that Christian Ponder was going to be lining up at quarterback for the […]

Sen. Corey Brown:Legislature may deal with reactions to national events

As we all begin to replace our previous year’s calendars, the next session of the South Dakota legislature is ready to commence. There have been some changes to this district.  Hyde County is now a part of the Pierre district.  District 23 has changed its boundaries to include Hand County, Leola and the rest of McPherson County, as well as […]

Artists Awarded

Several Mobridge-Pollock High School students won awards at the Lakota Nation Art Show Dec. 19 through 22 in Rapid City. Pictured are (back, left to right) Alexia Laundreaux, first in colored pencil and second in charcoal; Lexy While, third in miscellaneous; Karlie Spiry, third in scratch art; (front, left to right) Ethan Kettering, third in charcoal; Trent Hammer, first in […]


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