Lorraine works three jobs, learns piano in retirement

By Katie Zerr Retirement doesn’t necessarily mean slowing down and doing nothing. In fact, for people like Lorraine Anderson it means new doors opening and new opportunities. Anderson worked in the nursing profession in the Mobridge area for 46 years, and although recently retired from working full-time, still works part time at Good Samaritan Center in Selby and for Home […]

Ruben was passionate about family, work

Ruben David Schott, 79, born Sept. 3, 1936, in McLaughlin, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, at his home on the Bozeman Pass (Mont.) with family and friends by his side. He grew up on the family farm outside of McLaughlin. On Sept. 1, 1963, he married Agnes, raised six kids and continued to be very involved in his […]

Pearman, Keller earn eighth-place finishes at LMC

By Jay Davis Kegan Pearman and Abby Keller took eighth in their respective races at the Little Moreau Conference Meet in Timber Lake on Saturday. Mobridge-Pollock and Wakpala had out-of-conference racers in the meet. Pearman ran the Timber Lake course in 21 minutes, two seconds for his eighth-place finish. Teammate Tony Mousseau cane in 22nd at 24:17. Keller ran 23:41 […]

No success for Tigers at state golf tournament

By Jay Davis The Tigers never got it going at the Class ‘A’ Boys Golf Championships in Milbank on Monday and Tuesday. Stone Jensen was the top Tiger. He tied for 57th with 95-88-183. Noah Fried tied for 83rd at 96-99-195. Dalton Faehnrich tied for 93rd with 108-99-207. Braden Goehring finished 103rd at 129-104-233. The Tigers shot 818 as a […]

Fifth-ranked Lady Tigers top McLaughlin

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers, newly ranked-fifth in the latest South Dakota Sportswriters Association Class A poll, raced to a 3-0 win over McLaughlin in McLaughlin on Monday. The match was all Lady Tigers 25-13, 25-14, 25-16. “The girls played well tonight,” said coach Rose Henderson. “We hit the ball hard and played solid defense.” The Lady Tigers scored […]

Tigers break out with five TDs in second quarter

By Jay Davis After a shaky start, the Tigers settled down and put 36 points on the board in the third quarter and ran away for a 55-8 win over Cheyenne-Eagle Butte at Tiger Stadium on Friday. “I counted nine fumbles and muffs,” said coach Dan Merkel. “Other than that, once we woke up, we played pretty well.” The Tigers […]

3B change approved, reserves stay intact

By Katie Zerr After taking into consideration the remarks of the 3B Committee members and representatives of the Mobridge Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Mobridge City Council changed the ordinance regarding the use of 3B funds. The proposed ordinance change had read that the 10 percent of the 3B tax revenue designated for a reserve fund, would […]

Commission asks for new jail plans

Hoping to find a solution to the Walworth County Jail situation, the county commission met with two individuals Tuesday, Oct. 6, who have been part of past plans and discussions. Jim Rowenhorst of the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, and Dean Marske, for HKG Architects and Associates of Aberdeen, met with the board to discuss plans for the project. The commission […]

JAY DAVIS: Not counting chickens after 106 years of no title

One game. That is all the Cubs have to win to get to the divisional round of the MLB playoffs. Of course, that also means that they are just one loss from elimination. Here is it homecoming week and I am having a hard time keeping my mind focused on our high school sports teams. The Chicago Cubs are in […]

Coronation Fun

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