Recipes offer something new

By Katie Zerr During the holidays, we give our local cooks the week off to enjoy their families and the festivities. The following recipes have been chosen to give our readers something new or a new twist on some old favorites for the New Year celebration. There are also some unique drink options to help ring in the New Year. […]

Warren Sulzle was quiet, humble man

Warren Christian Sulzle, 75, of Colorado City, Colo., died Monday, Dec. 21, 2015, after battling cancer for the last year and a half. Warren was a quiet and humble man who touched many people over the course of his life and his passing creates a huge void for all of the beloved family and friends that he leaves behind. His […]

Little Wound rallies past Tigers for Rotary win

By Jay Davis Little Wound used a 19-2 run early in the fourth quarter to surge past the Tigers 60-52 in the Rotary Classic at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Monday. After the teams played to a 21-21 tie in the first half, the Tigers outscored the Mustangs 19-14 in the third quarter to take a 40-35 lead into the […]

Lady Tigers crush Clippers in Rotary Classic

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers started the game with three three-pointers and never looked back in defeating Strasburg-Zeeland, N.D., 59-29 in the Rotary Classic at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Monday. “Last night was a test to see if we could get out against a team we should beat,” said coach Lindsey Kramer, “and hold that lead.” The Lady […]

Committee to study objectives, needs

Moving forward with a plan to have a committee of county residents study the jail issues, the Walworth County Commissioners, Tuesday, Dec. 29, agreed to begin meetings of that committee after the first of the year. Commissioner Kevin Holgard presented a list of building objectives that a committee of residents will explore. He said the commission could get a good […]

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The office of Bridge City Publishing will close at noon on Thursday, Dec. 31 and will be closed all day Friday, Jan. 1. The office will re-open on Monday, Jan. 4, at 8:30 a.m. for regular business hours.

Darrel Smith: Islam ideology not a minor threat

Senator Lindsey Graham, a former Republican Presidential candidate and hawk against the Islamic State said, “This is a religious war between radical Islam and the rest of the world and there is only one way you are going to win this war. Help people in Islam who reject radical Islam to fight over there and destroy this ideology…To all of […]

JAY DAVIS: Priorities were set

We ran out of room before Ball Five could make its way into this week’s sports pages. I just want you to know that the accomplishments of our young men and women are more important than anything I have to say, except Happy New Year and may all your wishes come true.

KATIE ZERR: Researching research can be enlightening

What a wonderful technological world we live in. We can fly our own aircraft amongst the birds and take pictures of the incredible beauties of Mother Earth. We can move around our homes and towns on two-wheeled craft that glide as if on air. We can use small, hand-held devices to take pictures of anything and send them anywhere. But […]


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