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Braden Goehring’s essay advances to state competition

Submitted The local winners have been named in the American Legion Auxiliary Americanism Poem and Essay contest, and one entry has been sent on to be judged at the next level. Braden Goehring’s essay on the topic “What Does Freedom Mean to My Family?” took first place locally and in the district and will be judged at the state level. […]

Commission approves wheel tax increase

Walworth County Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday, May 5, increasing the county wheel tax to $5 per wheel, and to include up to 12 wheels. No one appeared before the board to speak out against the increase and the resolution was passed. The increase will go into affect on Monday, June 1. The board also heard Walworth County Emergency Manager […]

City council approves five-year plan

Mobridge City Council Monday, May 4, approved a list of strategic priorities as part of a five-year plan for the city. On Tuesday, April 28, the council met for a board retreat that included a planning and strategy session. The retreat was a culmination of work between the council members, city administrator Christine Goldsmith and the city’s department heads. Each […]

KATIE ZERR: Mom still a guide in life’s journey

With Mother’s Day around the corner, memories of my mother slip into my daily chores more often than at any other time. As I work in the yard, plan the garden, or make decisions about changes in my family home, mom is right there. Sometimes it is a calming feeling that I am on the right track or the pull […]

JAY DAVIS: The kids get chance to prove themselves against the best

A talented group of youngsters from the north side got the chance to see what they could do against the big kids from down south. This team in blue caps is very young and inexperienced. In fact, many of the kids are fresh off the farm. And there they were, lining up against the older, more experienced and more proven […]

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Mobridge-Pollock High School senior baccalaureate will be celebrated on Sunday, May 10, at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mobridge.

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The National Weather Service is reporting that a storm has damaged a building on the Cheyenne River Reservation in the town of Cherry Creek. According to various reports, the Cheyenne River Tribal Council was meeting at the time of the storm and roof of the building in which the meeting was being held collapsed. Reports are that there were about […]

Results of the Redfield Junior High Kiwanis Relays

Redfield Junior High Kiwanis Relays Grade 8 Boys 100-Meter Dash: 1. Lucas Hinman, Groton Area, 11.85; 2. Brady Morgan, Aberdeen Roncalli, 12.17; 3. Jackson Rohlfs, Aberdeen Roncalli, 12.45; 4. Isaac Van Orman, Aberdeen Roncalli, 13.2; 5. Tryton Diegel, Groton Area, 13.4; 6. Nathan Watts, Miller, 13.44; 7. Jacob Gaspar, Miller, 13.78; 8. Jimmy Richards, Mobridge-Pollock, 13.82. 200-Meter Dash: 1. Lucas […]

Results of the MYO Junior High Track Meet held Friday at Tiger Stadium

MYO Meet Grade 8 Boys Team scores: Aberdeen Central 189, Potter County 67, Lemmon 58, Mobridge-Pollock 41, Bison 35, Strasburg, N.D., 33, Linton-HMB, N.D., 32, Timber Lake 26, Pierre Indian Learning Center 25, Edmunds Central 17, Wakpala 4, McLaughlin 2. 100-Meter Dash: 1. Minh Parker, Lemmon, 12.52; 2. Jace Prelle, Bison, 12.59; 3. Dawson Simon, Potter County, 12.72; 4. Alex […]

Tiger teams second in ‘average day’ at Lemmon

By Jay Davis With Mason and Carson Keller and Lauren Henderson gone to compete in the Howard Wood Relays, the Tigers and Lady Tigers each finished second at the Harold Severson Track Meet in Lemmon on Saturday. “It was an average day,” said coach Martin Looyenga. The Tigers won two relays, while the Lady Tigers won one individual event and […]


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