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Bad first innings costly for Cardinals

By Jay Davis A rough first inning put the Cardinals in the hole on Saturday at Legion Memorial Field. After falling behind 4-0 in the top of the first, Mobridge fell 6-0 to the Redfield Pheasants. “The first inning killed us,” said player/coach Ryan Hoffman. The Pheasants used five singles and a pair of walks to take the early lead. […]

Teeners struggle on road, lose to Warner, Linton

By Jay Davis After their opening night win, the Teeners have found that there are growing pains moving up to the next level of baseball. Mobridge was beaten 16-2 by defending state champion Warner in Warner on Tuesday after dropping a 15-3 decision in Linton, N.D., last Tuesday. The game was never close on Tuesday as Warner opened a 6-0 […]

Trio claims Denny Palmer Memorial tourney title

By Jay Davis The North Dakota team of Chris Ryckman, Josh Carson and Tom Davis out-fished the field to take first place in the fourth edition of the Denny Palmer Memorial Fishing Tournament on Saturday. The trio netted 14.64 pounds of walleye, earning them the first-place prize of $2,980. Last year’s winners, Gregg Voegle of Trail City and Ken Lewis […]

Gerald Martian was quiet man with strong work ethic, belief

Mass of Christian Burial for Gerald Anton Martian, 81, of Mobridge, was held Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Mobridge. Burial was Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Gerald passed away June 11, 2014, at St. Vincent’s Nursing Home in Bismarck, N.D. Gerald […]

Claudia Marchewitz was known as ‘The Cake Lady’

Funeral services for Claudia “Pfaff” Marchewitz, 93, of Mobridge, were held Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at United Congregational Church in Mobridge. Burial was in the UCC Cemetery, Java, under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Claudia passed away Sunday, June 15, 2014, at Golden LivingCenter in Mobridge. Claudia “Pfaff” Marchewitz was born on Sept. 24, 1920, in Java, […]

SDSU contingent in China includes four from area

By Gina Thorstenson Four area South Dakota State University students including Gina Thorstenson, Selby, Jenna Brandt, Bowdle, Sam Jensen, Mobridge, and Kelsey Ducheneaux, Timber Lake, were part of a group of 31 SDSU students who recently spent two weeks in China to learn about agriculture, culture and the relations China has with the United States. Accompanying the group were four […]

When it’s time for cooking, the grill is Drew’s first choice

By Travis Svihovec Drew Petersen has a lot on his plate right now, and not all of it is part of a meal he just took out of his smoker or grill. Drew and his wife Hayle moved to Mobridge this spring. He’s a physical therapist at Golden LivingCenter, having earned a doctorate in that field from the University of […]

Investigation will lead to 20 arrests

By Katie Zerr – Nearly a year of stolen property reports will conclude with about 20 people facing arrests in Mobridge on a variety of charges. According to Mobridge Police Captain Al Bohle, a group of people stole items from local businesses, sold some of those items to local residents, who then sold the items to others in town. Bohle said […]

Overseth, Wendt honored as marshals

By Sara Bertsch- The Mobridge Rodeo Association are honoring two long-time members for their dedication and commitment to the city’s annual celebration by naming Harley Overseth as Grand Marshal and the late Rich Wendt as Memorial Grand Marshal. Overseth was born and raised in Mobridge and has always loved the town and the community. Saying that Harley is involved in […]

KATIE ZERR: Could Glenn Beck be right on this issue?

As a seasoned army of terrorists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) march through Iraq, this nation’s leaders rush to make decisions that will change our lives and the world in which we live. ISIS is bringing the conflict between Sunnis and Shiites to a head once more as they march through Iraq, killing Sunnis at random. […]


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