Injuries curtail fast start at STM

By Jay Davis The injury bug continued to bite the Tigers as they were beaten 45-6 by St. Thomas More in Rapid City on Thursday. Things were looking good for the Tigers in the early going. They took the opening kickoff and drove 82 yards for the game’s first touchdown. The Tigers were facing third and one at their own […]

Lady Tigers sweep Leola-Frederick, Region 6A up next

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers polished off a 20-8 campaign with a 3-0 win over Leola-Frederick in Leola on Monday. “The girls did a good job last night,” said coach Rose Henderson. “We served aggressively and played good defense, which kept Leola-Frederick on their heels.’ The match was not as tightly contested as when the two teams met in […]

Groton Area puts end to Tiger season

By Jay Davis The injuries were too many and the key offensive players too inexperienced for the Tigers as they were defeated 41-0 by Groton Area in the Class 11B playoffs in Groton on Tuesday. “Our kids worked hard to overcome adversity,” said coach Nathan Lamb. “They played every single play with pride no matter the score. We had some […]

South Dakotans to vote for change on Tuesday

By Katie Zerr – On Tuesday, Nov. 4, South Dakotans will go to the polls for the mid-term elections, where a seat in the U.S Senate is up for election and many state offices are on the ballot. On the national level, voters will choose a U.S. Senator to replace retiring Sen. Tim Johnson. There are four candidates in the […]

Milliken arrested on theft charge

By Katie Zerr – A former employee of the City of Mobridge was arrested Friday, Oct. 24, by agents of the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation for taking city property when he left his job in June. Brad Milliken, 55, had worked for the city in the water department since 1982. According to the complaint filed by the Walworth […]

Gluten-free, all-natural foods offer healthy alternatives

By Katie Zerr Chronic disease or health issues can change the manner in which we approach the everyday task of cooking for ourselves and for our families. Eating well after a health issue is key to recovery, and making healthy food choices is a major step in doing what is best for your body, according to health experts. But changing […]

KATIE ZERR: Big money buys power, legally

As we count down to the final days before the mid-term elections, groups outside of South Dakota are bombarding us with messages damning one candidate or the other. Commercials, robo-calls, mailings and press releases are flooding our homes and computers daily with information filled with half-truths and innuendo. The money that is getting poured into the race for retiring Senator […]

Russ Ness was banker in Mobridge

Russell L. Ness, 89, of Sioux Falls, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, at Sanford Foundation Hospice in Sioux Falls. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, with interment at Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of Miller Funeral Home. Russell L. Ness, son of Martin and Wilda (Nelson) Ness, was born April 25, […]

Jastin Blue Coat lived short life to the fullest

Funeral services for Jastin “Ian” Blue Coat, 1, of Eagle Butte and formerly of Mobridge, were held Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, at Family Worship Center in Mobridge. Burial was at On The Tree Cemetery, Whitehorse, under the direction of Stout Famly Funeral Home of Mobridge. Jastin Conner Blue Coat was born Feb. 10, 2013, in Pierre. He went home to […]

Genny Allmendinger was remarkable woman

Funeral services for Genevieve “Genny” Allmendinger, 88, of Selby, were held Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, at United Church of Christ in Selby. Burial was in Selby Memorial Gardens under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Genny passed away Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, at Selby Good Samaritan Center. A remarkable woman was called home to rest on Oct. 24, […]

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