School Board reviews security plan, updates

Safety in the district’s schools was discussed at length Monday, June 13 at the monthly meeting of the Mobridge-Pollock School Board.

Stand arrested for aggravated domestic abuse

A Mobridge man was arrested for domestic aggravated assault Saturday, June 11, after an individual requested a welfare check.

Darrel Smith: What happened to religious freedom?

What does non-discrimination and the Equal Protection of the Law mean? An important current non-discrimination statement says, “…programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex” and other factors.

KATIE ZERR: Prayers, moments of silence will not create change

Once again this nation is reeling from a mass murder. Once again the president of the United States became the consoler-in-chief, a role he has had to step into far too many times in the past eight years. Once again the horrible scenes of mass murder played over and over again on televisions around the world. Once again moments of […]

Local trio wins Denny Palmer title

A trio of anglers captured the title at the sixth annual Denny Palmer Memorial on Saturday. Father and son, Harlan and Peyton Friesz and teammate Scott Hamre teamed to net 14.97 pounds of walleye and take home the first-place prize of $4,000.

JAY DAVIS: Cubs have me going through adjustment period

I have to admit that I am still going to through an adjustment period. I mean, who wouldn’t be? It has been more than my lifetime since the thought of the Chicago Cubs being the best team in all the land has seriously crossed people’s minds.

Teeners rally late to beat Mandan

The 13-14 Teeners rallied with six runs in the fifth to defeat Mandan 8-5 in Mandan, N.D., on Wednesday. Mandan bounced back to win the second game 5-4.

Barrel racers dominate Ft. Pierre regional rodeo

Barrel racers from the immediate area dominated the event at the River Region Rodeo in Ft. Pierre over the weekend. Sydney Maher of Timber Lake was at her fastest; winning both goes. She had times of 17.284 seconds and 17.090 seconds. Mobridge’s Madison Rau and Whitehorse’s Sloan Anderson alternated in second and third. Rau took second in the second go […]

Severina Kraft made sure yard was weed free

Severina Clara (Keller) Kraft, 90, a longtime Trail City area resident, was well-liked and loved by many people. Her personality, characteristic traits and caring heart made her a unique woman.

Donald Howell was smart, caring man

Funeral services for Donald Howell, 61, of Mobridge, will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 17, 2016, at Trinity Lutheran Church.

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