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Winners named in 40th Mobridge Area Art Show

By Travis Svihovec Judge’s Choice awards in the 40th Annual Mobridge Area Art Show went to men from McLaughlin and Kenel, and a Selby woman and Mobridge-Pollock student earned the People’s Choice awards. Judge’s Choice award for photography went to Frank White Bull of Kenel for his work titled “Grass Dancer.” Tom Baker’s Indian saddle and bag won the Judge’s […]

Jim Houck replaces Arbach, commission takes on many issues

By Katie Zerr- The Walworth County Commission is once again complete as Jim Houck was sworn in on Tuesday, April 20, to replace the late Denis Arbach on the board. The commission had met on Tuesday, April 14, to vote for a replacement for Arbach, choosing from five residents who had applied. The other applicants were Margie Arbach (Denis’ widow), […]

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By Katie Zerr – In order to protect the property of the City of Mobridge, changes will be made to the road that leads to the pump house and a favorite shore fishing spot near the water plant. Ward I Councilman Tom O’Connell told the city council on Monday, April 20, that individuals using the hill beside the pump house […]

Bev likes the easy recipes

By Travis Svihovec Bev Peterson isn’t exactly sure what sparked her desire to become a nurse, but she remembers exactly when it happened. “I was in second grade,” she said. “One day it came to me that’s what I’d do.” And that’s what she did. She’s held nursing positions in North Dakota and most recently took over as director of […]

Tom Volk dies in Wyoming

Funeral services for Thomas  “Tom” Jack Volk, 73, of Gillette, Wyo., were held Monday, April 20, 2015, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Gillette. Tom passed away in his sleep on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Gillette, after a short battle with cancer. We rejoice in the knowledge that our husband, father and grandfather is at peace and enjoying eternity with […]

City to build fence around pump house

In order to protect the property of the City of Mobridge, changes will be made to the road that leads to the pump house and a favorite shore fishing spot near the water plant. Ward I Councilman Tom O’Connell told the city council on Monday, April 20, that individuals using the hill beside the pump house are prompting the need […]

Bonnie Gorham was active in Mobridge

Mass of Christian Burial for Bonita “Bonnie” Gorham, 73, of Mobridge, was held Monday, April 20, 2015, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home. Bonnie passed away April 16, 2015, at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Bonnie Gorham was born Bonita Kathryn Mersch on July 26, 1941, to Peter and Helen (Ecker) […]

JAY DAVIS: Ipswich sophomore put on a show

Too bad for you if you weren’t at Tiger Stadium on Friday. Those in attendance got a treat when Ipswich sophomore Macy Heinz showed up to run the 800-meter and 1600-meter races. First, I’ll tell you that Heinz simply wiped out a pair of Rotary Relay records in her races. She trimmed 10.5 seconds off the 800 record and then […]

KATIE ZERR: Protecting bees should top dead dandelions

Sports Editor Jay Davis stopped in my office this morning and asked me if I remembered what we would be doing this morning 40 years ago today. I knew immediately what he was talking about. We would be pulling on work gloves, climbing into the back of National Guard trucks and heading out across town to help with the Earth […]

Tigers/Lady Tigers win seven BDC titles

By Jay Davis Mobridge-Pollock won seven conference titles at the Big Dakota Conference Meet at Tiger Stadium on Tuesday. Mason Keller won three BDC titles, but it was a second-place finish that was the most significant. After winning conference titles in the 100- and 400-meter dashes, Keller took second in the 200 to Ty Herman of Todd County. The important […]


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