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Mobridge will be a change after three years in China

By Travis Svihovec It wasn’t culture shock exactly, but it was certainly a change for Stephanie Humann when she moved to Mobridge from a city of 10 million in China. “It’s very, very different than China,” she said. Stephanie graduated from high school in Seattle, Wash., in 2006. She attended Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minn., and holds bachelor’s […]

Teeners lose in a high scoring matchup at regions

By Jay Davis The Mobridge Teeners were beaten 17-13 by Big Stone City during the losers-out game at the VFW Teener Regional Baseball Tournament in Milbank on Wednesday. Big Stone City took an early lead by outscoring Mobridge 8-1 in the first two innings. Mobridge rallied back with a seven-run second inning. The Teeners took advantage of wild pitching and […]

Cardinals’ offense not enough

By Sara Bertsch In a close matchup between Mobridge and Aberdeen, the Cardinals lost 5-4 at Legion Memorial Field last Wednesday. The first few innings looked hopeful as center fielder Cassius Kocer crossed the plate in the first inning off a hit by third baseman Derek Veldhuisen to give the Cards an early 1-0 lead. Another hit by Veldhuisen brought […]

11 residents charged with misdemeanors

By Katie Zerr – Charges were filed against 11 Mobridge residents in an investigation of the sale and receipt of stolen property in Mobridge. According to Walworth County State’s Attorney Jamie Hare, all charges are misdemeanors and the result of an ongoing Mobridge Police Department investigation of shoplifting and theft in Mobridge.  Individuals would shoplift property from local merchants and […]

Council approves bid for swimming pool project

By Katie Zerr – The Mobridge City Council on Monday, July 21, approved a bid for the construction of the new outdoor pool project, paving the way for the construction to begin. Although the council approved the project, it does not come without concerns. The company that won the bid, JDH Construction of Aberdeen, made a mistake in the city’s […]

SARA BERTSCH: Time to reflect on the past two weeks

For the past two weeks I’ve filled in as sports editor. It’s been quite the experience and now I’m taking off my baseball cap, kicking my feet up on the desk and enjoying the last few days I have in this office. I began to think that I better recap my last few weeks in here, because I know people […]

KATIE ZERR: Small amount of research uncovers flaws in law suit

The rhetoric in Washington D.C., even amidst the ongoing tragedies of the past couple of weeks, should be a wake-up call for all Americans. Rep. John Boehner, leader of the House Republicans is filing a lawsuit against the President of the United States for overstepping his power and for doing what every president before him has done. Labeling Obama as […]

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Area residents will have full access to Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics soon as the new entrance nears completion. “We want to make sure everyone is aware that the flow of vehicle traffic coming off of 10th Avenue West will officially change,” said Val Ford, MRH&C marketing director. “ Cars coming into the hospital/clinic parking lot will now enter from […]


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