Darrel Smith: Jefferson did not rewrite the First Amendment

There was less true religious freedom in early America than many people think. Many state churches condemned Baptists, who were subjected to jailing, whippings, fines and banishment.

JAY DAVIS: Schaefbauer family huge in Tiger track history

With the 2016 state track meet ending, we have to say good-bye to a family that has been filling the Lady Tiger and Tiger record books for the last seven years.

KATIE ZERR: Voters should take a close look

Tuesday is a very important day for the people of north central South Dakota. Although it is a primary election, the votes cast on Tuesday will determine who will represent this district as our representative Pierre.

New pool to open Monday, June 6

Excitement is building in the city as after two years of waiting the new Mobridge Outdoor Swimming Pool will open (weather permitting) on Monday, June 6.

Fire destroys new West Side

Opening was just weeks away The scene was all too familiar. Flames and smoke billowed into the sky as the West Side Meats building was destroyed by fire Friday, May 27.

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