Runners earn medals at CSDC meet

By Jay Davis ReAnne Hanley, Mary Martin and Sam Weleba had medal-winning races at the Central South Dakota Conference Meet in Gettysburg on Wednesday. Hanley and Martin finished eighth and 11th, respectively, in the girls’ division. Hanley ran her race in 18 minutes, 13 seconds. Martin ran an 18:33.  Emma Fulkerson just maede the top 15, coming in 14th at […]

Defending state champs manhandle Tigers 50-0

By Jay Davis You could say it was over almost before it started. The defending Class 11B champion Winner Warriors went 63 yards in four plays on the opening possession and never looked back in defeating the Tigers 50-0 in Winner on Friday. Winner piled up 357 yards rushing and scored on six of seven possessions while building a 44-0 […]

Timber Lake seniors earn first-ever win over Lady Tigers

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers had a rough week with an 0-2 record. They were beaten 3-0 by Timber Lake on Thursday at home and swept again by Aberdeen Roncalli on Tuesday in Aberdeen. “We’re playing pretty inconsistent right now,” said coach Keri Bolduan. Timber Lake The Lady Panthers came to Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium with four seniors who […]

Charlene Johnson loses life to automobile accident

Charlene Johnson, 46, of Webster, passed way on Oct. 7, 2013, from injuries received in a vehicle accident near Webster. Funeral services were held Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Webster. Burial was in New Sweden Cemetery, Holmquist, under the direction of Fiksdal Funeral Service of Webster. Charlene Kay Wolf was born on Tuesday, Oct. 3, […]

Calvin Bohle was lifelong Selby man

Calvin T. Bohle, 79, died Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at his farm near Selby. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 18, 2013, at the Selby School Gymnasium with Pastor Elizabeth Jassmann officiating. Interment follows at Selby Memorial Gardens under the direction of Lien Funeral Home of Bowdle. Organist will be Bev Sawinsky and vocalists will be […]

‘Too many irons’ cause mishap

By Betty Street Her worst cooking mishap just wouldn’t come to mind, but she knows she’s turned the oven off instead of the timer, and that happened at least once. She also burned noodles by boiling all the water out of the pan. “I had too many irons in the fire,” said Diane Droog, meaning she was going in several […]

Nursing home ‘like an extended family’ to Connie

By Sandy Bond Passionate about history and with a deep respect for the elders who lived it, Connie Hepper found her calling in rural health care as a records clerk at the Golden LivingCenter. Not dry or abstract at all, she believes history is passing of the baton of wisdom to the next generation. It should be cherished. Verbal history […]

Train Demonstration

ICU program is making a difference

-By Katie Zerr Mobridge-Pollock School District principals told the school board Monday, Oct. 14, that the ICU program, established to improve student performance is working. Middle school principal Joe Lenz and high school pPrincipal Andrew Overland reported that that number of students required to participate in the program have dropped throughout the first months of school. The Intensive Care Unit […]

Officers arrest man with a loaded gun

By Katie Zerr – Mobridge Police with help from a Corson County deputy, arrested an individual who was carrying a loaded pistol Thursday, Oct. 10, after a neighbor reported hearing gunshots. According to Mobridge Police Chief Justin Jungwirth, a caller reported hearing two shots, possibly from a .22-caliber weapon, at about 4:30 a.m., in a Fifth Avenue West neighborhood, south […]

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