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Irvin Salzer was busy man in area cattle industry

Funeral services for Irvin Salzer, 82, of Mobridge, were held Monday, June 22, 2015, at Pollock Presbyterian Church. Burial was at Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Irvin passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2015, at Rapid City Regional Hospital, from cancer. Irvin Henry Salzer was born on the farm at Pollock […]

Chicken barley chili recipe is contest winner for Jen

By Travis Svihovec Jen Pepin’s life since moving to Mobridge has been busy, in a good way, and that’s cut down on the amount of time she has to spend on cooking. “We moved here in April,” Jen said. “We closed on the house the day the twins were born. We went to the bank, signed the papers and they […]

Teener rallies come up short in Ipswich

By Jay Davis After winning a couple games with late rallies, the 13-14 Teeners had comebacks thwarted in dropping 8-7 and 13-9 games to Northville in Ipswich on Monday. “We tried to rally, but we were scoring almost all of our runs in our last at bat,” said coach Chase Schoenhard. He said the games could have gone the other […]

Redfield pitcher handcuffs Cardinals

By Jay Davis C. C. Christiansen threw a complete game six-hitter to lead the Redfield Pheasants to a 7-2 win over the Mobridge Cardinals at Legion Memorial Field on Wednesday. Player/manager Ryan Hoffman said the team is starting to get some key players back from vacations and work-related things, but the Cardinals are behind some of the other teams in […]

Post 4 takes sixth at Aberdeen wood bat tourney

By Jay Davis Post 4 took sixth place at the Vern Jark Memorial Wood Bat Tournament in Aberdeen over the weekend. Mobridge opened by dropping an 8-5 game to Lamoure, N.D., and an 8-1 game to Pierre. They fired back with a 5-3 win over Huron before falling 13-4 to Milbank in the fifth-place game. “We’ve been playing some tough […]

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JAY DAVIS: The 7-6-2 putout and other scorekeeping tips

Mobridge Teener coach Chase Schoenhard has come up with an excellent way to teach his young charges a way to learn a little more about the grand game of baseball. At tonight’s American Legion game with Post 4 playing host to Sully Buttes, the Teener players will all be keeping book. Baseball bookkeeping is becoming a lost art. There aren’t […]

KATIE ZERR: Silence will allow actions to continue

The shock of what occurred in a church in Charleston hangs like a dark cloud over this country. This was different, people are saying. It happened in a church, in a Bible study group. This violated the sanctity of a place of worship. This was cold and calculated and had the purpose of creating a war between races that could […]

County deals with crossing, building demolition

Railroad crossings and demolishing buildings proved to be not just city issues as the Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, June 23, dealt with the-all-too-familiar topics. Commissioner Jim Houck had requested that Walworth County Assistant Ryan Badten research the possibility of installing warning lights and/or gates at the crossing located on Revheim Road. Houck said that because of the trees, sometimes it […]


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