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Graduation

Ernest Anderson was longtime Sanborn County deputy sheriff

Ernest L. “Ernie” Anderson, 63, former Sanborn County deputy sheriff, died Saturday evening May 14, 2016, at Prairie View Care Center in Woonsocket. Masonic and funeral services were held Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Woonsocket School Gym.

Aase was influenced by Norweigan heritage

Aase “Audrey” Hviid Sandstrom, 96, died on May 15, 2016, after a brief illness. She had recently moved to Good Samaritan Society in Selby after residing seven years at Golden LivingCenter in Mobridge.

Kids rule at Granny’s house

“I retired from being a mother when I became a grandmother,” said Yvonne Kohn of Glenham. “I don’t care if they don’t eat right at my house. I cook what they want.”

Commission approves guidelines for all abatement, tax refunds

The Walworth County Commission gave final approval to the procedure and guidelines for tax abatement Tuesday, May 24, setting the groundwork on which abatement issues will be dealt with from this point on.

Mobridge woman charged in stabbing

A woman who broke into a Main Street apartment to attack people she reportedly did not know is facing multiple charges as a result of the incident.

Lady Tigers capture third straight Region 6A title

Put up the three-peat signs. The Lady Tigers won their third straight region title at the Region 6A Track and Field Meet in Stephan on Thursday. The Lady Tigers won nine event titles to put 184 points on the board. Chamberlain was second with 146 and Miller third with 134.

JAY DAVIS: When the wind is at your back, fly, baby, fly

What a day the long jumpers had at the Region 2B Track and Field Meet in Gettysburg on Thursday.

KATIE ZERR: Graduation brings memories of past, glimpses of future

Friends and relatives beamed with pride Sunday as the MPHS Class of 2015 marched to “Pomp and Circumstance” on their way to receive their diplomas. But it is not just those closest to these seniors who should feel pride. The communities of Mobridge and Pollock and all of the surrounding communities should feel the same pride in these young adults.

Darrel Smith: Is Supreme Court interpretation incorrect?

Should the words of a letter overrule the Constitution? They have.


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