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Zimoski’s quartet receives honors

By Travis Svihovec A Mobridge man is among the Northern State University students to receive honors recently at the South Dakota Music Teachers Association Conference and Competition in Brookings. Steven Zimoski was part of the NSU saxophone quartet that placed as a state representative. The group will advance to the West Central Division Competition at Drake University in Des Moines, […]

Jack Huffman was farmer at heart

Jack Huffman, 84, of Selby, died Monday, Nov. 18, 2013, at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Selby. Burial was at Selby Memorial Gardens under the direction of Line Funeral Home of Bowdle. Jack Huffman, son of Elfrieda (Barthle) and Jack Huffman, was born on May 25, […]

Lawrence believes in homemade

By Sandy Bond Deftly doing counted cross stitch with the illumination of a high intensity lamp, Betty Lawrence is sitting in the same leather-seated Morris chair where her dad pulled on his big ol’ work boots and prepared to check calves. The low of Black Angus cattle outside her rural Mobridge home are reminiscent of life on the family homestead […]

Rabenberg, Wagner named All-BDC

By Jay Davis Senior outside hitter Ellie Rabenberg and junior libero Maranda Wagner have been named to the All-Big Dakota Conference Volleyball Team. “Both Ellie and Maranda are very coachable players,” said coach Keri Bolduan. “We have enjoyed coaching them since third grade. They will do whatever is needed for the benefit of the team.” Rabenberg was the leading offensive […]

Herreid-Selby Area takes sixth in state

By Jay Davis Herreid-Selby Area earned a win on Friday, but it was sandwiched between two losses as the Wolverines finished sixth at the State B Volleyball Tournament in Huron, Thursday through Saturday. While the final weekend may not have been as successful as the team would have liked, nothing can be taken away from a team that survived injury […]

DAVID BORDEWYK: Public notices bolster government transparency

A guest editorial by David Bordewyk, president of the South Daktoa  Newspapaper Association   Earlier this month, Gov. Dennis Daugaard used his weekly column to share information with citizens about moving state government toward more transparency and accessibility. Specifically, he wrote about the launch of a new state government website that makes it easier for the public to learn about […]

JAY DAVIS: Young QBs being judged too quickly

Sometimes I get baffled by desire of mainstream media to over-emphasize, over-value, overrate and sensationalize every player, stat, trend, win, loss (oh man, the list can go on and on) in sports. Because there is so much competition to draw in the viewing audience, instant diagnosis is made of everything that happens. Events are reported on before all of the […]

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Please note cancellation. Due to inclement weather that is settling into South Dakota, the Parade of Lights has been cancelled. The forecast is for highs on Friday to be in the single digits with a brisk north wind, therefore the staff at the Chamber of Commerce decided to cancel the parade for this year. Santa Claus will visit the Bridge […]

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