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Emergency preparedness takes planning, effort

By Sandy Bond The snow began to fall, softly at first. Rumor had it that the blizzard predicted in early January 1997 might rival the infamous blizzard of 1966, “but we were prepared,” said Don Opie, recenlty retired War Hawk and Emergency Preparedness Director. “The purpose of War Hawk and Emergency Management is to connect all medical personnel and emergency […]

Orders being taken for final Daffodil Days fundraiser

Orders are being taken until Feb. 21 for the American Cancer Society’s final Daffodil Days, an annual fundraising effort for 40 years. “Daffodil Days was started 40 years ago because daffodils were the first flower to come up in the spring and were a great symbol of hope and strength,” said Charlene Lund, ACS events coordinator. “Daffodil Days in the […]

Area Girls Basketball Games

Tuesday games Potter County 51 • Eureka-Bowdle 46 Potter County jumped out early then hung on to win a 51-46 game over Eureka-Bowdle in Hoven on Tuesday. Potter County led 23-10 after one quarter. The lead was up to 16 points by the end of the third quarter before Eureka-Bowdle rallied to cut the lead to five by the end […]

Area Boys Basketball Games

Tuesday games Dupree 95 • Wakpala 52 Dupree ran its winning streak to 12 games with a 95-52 win over Wakpala in Wakpala on Tuesday. Dupree (15-1) double Wakpala 16-8 in the first quarter and then took off with a 31-10 run in the second quarter. Nate Widow and Creighton LeBeau combined for nine three-pointers and 48 points to lead […]

Lady Tigers score season-high points

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers could not pull off the upset and win their final home game of the season. Todd County pulled away in the second half to beat the Lady Tigers 70-47 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Saturday. The Lady Tigers played with the 13-3 Falcons for a half and trailed just 35-29 at the intermission. […]

Three Tigers place at BDC tourney

By Jay Davis The Tigers wrapped up their regular season with three wrestlers placing at the Big Dakota Conference Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. The Tigers were led by Brady Spiry taking second place at 220 pounds. David Jensen and Chase Schoenhard took third place at 182 and 195 pounds, respectively. “We wrestled pretty well,” said coach Spencer Novotny. […]

Tigers run win streak to 13 games

By Jay Davis The Tigers won their 13th game in a row with a 70-54 win over Standing Rock at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Tigers had a 3-0 week after beating Todd County 70-62 at home on Saturday and Ipswich 71-64 in Ipswich on Friday. Standing Rock After a sluggish start, the Tigers went on a 10-0 […]

Lorraine served drug store sodas

Lorraine C. Klovstad, 98, of Aberdeen, passed away at Angelhaus Regional Basic Care Center in Aberdeen on Jan. 20, 2013. It was Lorraine’s wish to be cremated with graveside services and burial of her cremains to take place at Greenwood Cemetery in Mobridge, at a later date. Schriver’s Memorial Mortuary and Crematory of Aberdeen is in charge of the arrangements. […]

Rod Schilling was Sunday cook

Funeral services for Rodney C. Schilling, 54, were held Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. Burial followed at Hills of Rest Memorial Park. Rod died Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, in Omaha, Neb. Rodney Calvin Schilling was born June 1, 1958, in Mobridge to Calvin and Dora (Kappel) Schilling. He received his education in Selby, […]

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