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With time and a good recipe, Lindsey can whip up a meal

Given the lineup of cooks in Lindsey Christman-Kramer’s family, one might think she’d naturally inherit those skills.

Crow Creek heats up to beat Tigers

Crow Creek went on a 16-3 run late in the third quarter and early in the fourth quarter to stage a 65-61 win over the Tigers in the Region 6A quarterfinals in Stephan on Tuesday.

Hot-shooting McLaughlin ends Lady Tiger season

McLaughlin came out hot, built an early lead and went on to defeat the Lady Tigers 68-50 in the Region 6A semifinals in McLaughlin on Thursday.

Tiger wrestlers compete at Class B state tournament

While six Tiger wrestlers were in competition on Friday, none made it to the mats on Saturday at the Class B State Wrestling Tournament in Rapid City.

Eureka man dies in intentional crash

The fatal crash that ended a 20-minute pursuit was an intentional act by a man wanted on felony charge, according to area law enforcement.

Mobridge youth killed in UTV crash

According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol report, Bradley Keller, 16, of Mobridge, was killed Sunday, Feb. 28, in a UTV crash northwest of Selby.

Darrel Smith: Do we think theft is still injustice?

Few socialists want the government controlling and managing business assets any longer. They have learned that free enterprise is more effective.

Dave Archambault: State seeks alternative strategies for our children

Black Elk said that perhaps there is a root of the Sacred Tree that still lives.  He said, “ If there is, then we should nourish it so that it will fill with singing birds! ”

JAY DAVIS: Warm weather has Ball Five thinking about playing ball

It is not fair for anyone to complain about the wonderful weather we had at the end of February, and for most of February. January was pretty nice and by golly Thanksgiving through Christmas were pretty free of fierce winter weather, too.


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