Taking steps to help retain quality employees in the Mobridge-Pollock School district, the board of education again approved bonuses for both the certified and support staff. In 2015 the board set a goal of creating a learning community within the school by making a concerted effort to retain the teachers and support staff that were currently employed. They approved bonuses […]
Two North Dakota residents are facing felony charges after an investigation of a package bound for the Walworth County Jail was found to contain controlled substances.
Something sad has happened to liberalism. Historically, liberals often defended individual human rights against government coercion. Liberals are supposed to be the good guys defending free speech, open mindedness, free inquiry and the rule of law. Maybe they changed when they switched from defending equal opportunity to opposing it and demanding equal results.
There is an old basketball axiom first attributed to Boston Celtic coaching great Red Auerbauch, “You can’t teach height.”
This week is the annual Sunshine Week, a seven-day celebration of the efforts of those who have worked hard for government transparency and the strides that have been made. Through the efforts of many the public’s ability to oversee their elected representatives and find ways to improve access to government have made great strides in the past 50 years.
The annual Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, March 26 in City Park. The hunt will begin at 1 p.m. sharp. Parents are encouraged to have their children at the park before that time to ensure they have a chance at finding Easter eggs. Parents are also encouraged to bring cameras as there will be photo opportunities […]