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New Tigers look for similar results with different faces

By Jay Davis One thing is for certain with this year’s Tiger basketball team. It will be a different team than the one that took fourth at the State A Basketball Tournament. Four senior starters are gone from last year, and the lone returning starter is out with an injury. Senior Mitch Heumiller has a knee injury and will miss […]

Lady Tigers ready to show they can play

By Jay Davis Last season a very young and inexperienced team under a first-year coach struggled to a 2-19 record. This year the Lady Tigers and coach Ann LaMont are looking forward to proving that they are ready to take the next step and become a threat every night. “The girls are excited,” said LaMont. “They are ready to see […]

Haylee Biel named second team All-State

By Jay Davis After leading Herreid-Selby Area to its third straight State B Volleyball Tournament, senior middle hitter Haylee Biel has been named to the Class B All-State Volleyball Team secodn team. “Haylee is very deserving of this all-state honor,” said coach Jody Schmidt. “Her dominance at the net pushed us through the postseason and on to the state tournament. […]

Schoenhard takes second at Stanley County

By Jay Davis Led by Chase Schoenhard taking second place, seven Tigers placed at the Stanley County Invitational wrestling tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. “It was a good start for Chase,” said coach Spencer Novotny. “He did come out slow in the finals. He came back, but it was too late. Herman Fennell III of Stanley County got off […]

Reuer runner-up at 2013 SDAA bid calling contest

By Sandy Bond From robotics to Legos, woodworking to welding, and even entomology, young people across the country are learning the sky’s the limit in today’s 4-H. Joining that movement are Lewis and Katrina Reuer, who wear many hats, but still find the time to give back to their community. “People still think of 4-H as farm oriented, and it […]

His cooking gets ‘no respect’

By Sandy Bond “I love to cook,” David Bohlander said. “But I guess I can associate with Rodney Dangerfield in that. ’I just don’t get no respect, ya know’ when it comes to my culinary skills.” David said he never seems to have any time to take on any real serious projects in the kitchen. “This must be a little […]

Viola Tuntland dies in Washington

Viola Rose Rott Tuntland, 95, passed away peacefully Dec. 4, 2013, in Gig Harbor, Wash. Viola was born Aug. 27, 1918, to Fred and Lydia Hochstetter Rott in Selfridge, N.D. She attended Selfridge High School where she played basketball, was a cheerleader and graduated valedictorian. As a child, her mother would take her and her sister on the ferry to […]

Mickey Schott dies

Milton “Mickey” Edward Schott, 74, passed away Dec. 7, 2013, at his home in Edgemont. Survivors include his sons, Wayne Schott of Edgemont and Ronnie Anderson of Belle Fourche; daughters, Marie Anderson of Spearfish, Tawnie Quenzer of Mobridge and Sundea Wood of Dickinson, N.D.; brother, Clinton Schott of Fort Worth, Texas; sisters, Lavina Fells of Montana and Ester Traphagen of […]

Lee Roebuck liked putzing around in garage

Lee Roebuck, 80, of Selby, died Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, at the Bowdle Hospital. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. on Friday, Dec, 13, 2013, at St. John Lutheran Church in Selby with Pastor Dale Hamre leading the service. Organist will be Peggy Gereau and usher will be Charles Birkholt. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. on Thursday at […]

Ruben Quenzer was local auto dealer

Ruben Quenzer, 88, formerly of Mobridge, passed away Dec. 1, 2013, in Lincoln, Neb. Ruben was born on Dec. 19, 1924 to Jacob G. and Rose (Schmidt) Quenzer in Mound City. His early years were spent in the Herreid area. During the Depression, the family moved for a year to Oregon City, Ore., where Ruben graduated from the eighth grade […]


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