Telling the Mobridge City Council that she believes they are shooting themselves in the foot with reference to the South Main Loop as the “Road to Nowhere,” Councilwoman Amy Cerney Monday, April 4, suggested they change the name of the road.
Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, April 5, set parameters for decorum for commission meetings.
Life’s changes can alter more than your address or job. They can also alter your cooking style. For Cindy Rische, that meant a change from using her grill “a lot” to using a slow cooker in its place.
Anyone interested in taking swimming lessons or enrolling children in swimming lessons at the Mobridge pool this summer, can pre-register for the 2016 season. In order for the pool staff to provide the services to meet the needs of the community they ask that individuals register at firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of those interested in the classes and which class […]
After leading the Wolverines to a 17-4 record, Herreid-Selby Area senior Karsten Goehring was named third team to the Class B All-State Boys Basketball Team.
For centuries dissimilar people came to America and adjusted to an understanding of American laws. Generally, America and our people prospered. Our response to law was a main reason for that prosperity.
The weather has taken on the ugly look of April just in time for our first track meet
Mobridge-Pollock eighth-grader Caden Lenz won the Schoolboy 125-pound state title at the South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association (SDWCA) State Tournament in Aberdeen on Saturday and Sunday.
For a woman, the 2016 political atmosphere is one of the most disturbing in recent memory.
Funeral services for Alvina Tscherney, 83, of McLaughlin, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, April 8, 2016, at Kesling Memorial Chapel in Mobridge.