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JAY DAVIS: NFL will have great December match ups

There has been a lot of talk lately about the dismal NFC South and how it may be the worst division ever in the NFL. They are a miserable bunch of teams down south. The Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints are tied for first place at 5-7 (same record as the already-out-of-the-playoffs Minnesota Vikings). The 3-8-1 Carolina Panthers that […]

Liquor license ordinance vote is April 14

The Mobridge City Council Monday, Dec. 1, answered questions about off-sale liquor licenses and set a date for an election forced by a petition concerning adoption of a new liquor license ordinance. The council had approved a new ordinance laying the groundwork for more liquor licenses in the city on Monday, Nov. 3, by a vote of five yes to […]

Murals once again reflect history

What started as an estimated month-long restoration project turned into a nearly four month project that included unusual obstacles and challenges to bringing the Oscar Howe murals back to life. Years of work by a number of city councils, individuals and groups has finally resulted in the restoration of the treasured murals as the work was completed at the end […]

Tigers open wrestling season with high hopes

By Jay Davis The Mobridge-Pollock wrestling team kicks off the new season with some raised expectations. “This will be the team with the most depth that I’ve had here,” said coach Spencer Novotny. “We have 18 kids out, up five from last year, and we have a lot of kids who were close to achieving their goals last year.” The […]

Mason Keller named all-state honorable mention

By Jay Davis After leading the Tigers from every position he was ever asked to play, senior Mason Keller was named honorable mention to the Class 11B All-State Football Team. “It’s well-deserved,” said coach Nathan Lamb. “Mason is an all-state football player. He played every position on offense except tight end and line. He played every position on defense except […]

Cook is outdoorsman

By Katie Zerr Dan Richards and his family returned to South Dakota in 2013 after spending 20 years in Utah, working the state parks system. Having worked in the parks and recreation industry in different parks he said although the landscapes differ, the services park employees offer are similar in each area. “I think about it as the same house […]

Lisa Schneider enjoyed traveling

Funeral services for Lisa Schneider, 33, of Bismarck, N.D., and formerly of Selby, will be at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, at Zion Lutheran Church in Akaska, under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Lisa passed away Nov. 30, 2014, at her home in Bismarck. Lisa Elaine Schneider was born on Aug. 14, 1981, to Dennis […]

Vern Rath became Deacon in 1995

Deacon Vernon Rath, 82, of Spearfish, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2014, at his home. Vern was born on Oct. 9, 1932, in Reeder, N.D., to Emil and Leona (Bartholmy) Rath. He graduated from Assumption Abbey in Richardton, N.D. He was drafted into the Army and served overseas in the Korean War. He attended one year of college in […]

Mike Erdahl was devoted to music

Michael Erdahl (Mosley), 1968 graduate of Mobridge High School, passed away suddenly in Denver, Colo., from heart failure on Nov. 9, 2014. He was 64. Mike’s survivors include two half-sisters, Diane Erdahl of Denver and Nancy Cassavant of Oceanside, Calif., and some cousins. In Mobridge, Mike was fondly remembered by his nickname, “Tranch,” stemming from the story of catching a […]

Harrison shares details of expansion, trip to Japan

By Peg Wunder Howard Harrison introduced his son, John, and wife Brenda to Rotary on Monday, Dec. 1, who talked about their initial trip to Japan and the expansion of Harrison Technologies into that market. This is the sixth country that Harrison Technologies now sells their product in and next year they plan to get into Poland and Australia. Harrison […]


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