Arden Nelson, like many other cooks of the week who say they don’t cook, really does. Many say they they would rather bake than cook and don’t see themselves as cooks, even though baking is a part of cooking.
Things are not quite so simple always as black and white.” – Doris Lessing It is very difficult for people who deal in a black and white world to realize that so much of our lives is clouded in gray. It is the manner in which we view the world that clouds the absolute.
One week after Stanley County beat the Tigers by 31 points in the Early Bird, Mobridge-Pollock edged the Buffaloes by one point to claim the team title at the Tiger/Rotary Relays held Friday at Tiger Stadium. The Lady Tigers, who won the Early Bird, came up two points short of Redfield-Doland.
Funeral services for Mary Anne Elizabeth (Anderson) Krause, 76, of Aberdeen, will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 22, 2016, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church with Pastor Jeff Whillock officiating.
Liberty is an important part of American exceptionalism. It is difficult for modern Americans to appreciate how much liberty early Americans enjoyed.
Darrell J. Martin, 77, of Westminster, Colo., passed away March 7, 2016. He was born October 24, 1938, in Ft. Yates, North Dakota, the son of Jerome and Mary Louise (Little Hawk) Martin.
The Mobridge City Council, Monday, April 18, approved applying for a Community Oriented Policing Sources (COPS) grant to help establish a resource officer in the Mobridge-Pollock Schools.
Eleanor Ann Franklin, 61, died March 27, 2016, at Ogden Memorial Hospital in Ogden, Utah.
After a second, more thorough inspection by Gary Snow and Associates, a report submitted to the Walworth County Commission shows mold contamination in the county courthouse is within set standards.
The Tiger Educational Foundation (TEF) met Monday, April 11, at Grace Fellowship Hall of the United Congregational Church. President Misti Henderson presided.