Post 4 could not get its offense started while going 0-4 at the Vern Jark Wood Bat Tournament in Aberdeen over the weekend.
A fishing trip to Mobridge turned into a life-threatening situation for Wisconsin resident Don Spierings, but it also reiterated his belief that Mobridge area residents are some of the “nicest people in the United States.”
The Mobridge City Council Wednesday, June 15, added 30 more days to the resolution of an ongoing battle in a nuisance situation.
There have been so many times in the recent past when people’s intelligence and common sense has come into question. This time it is not in reference to the presidential campaign.
Fathers around the country had a special day on Sunday. For me it was even more special because it was the 18th anniversary of the day I was married to the woman of my dreams.
When the Supreme Court changed the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to “Separation of Church and State” they automatically diminished the Free Exercise Clause of the Bill of Rights. They significantly reduced the free exercise of religion in our ever growing national and state governmental organizations including schools.
Beth Hollenbeck learned to cook when she became a ranch wife years ago. Today those cooking skills are in use daily at her retail store on South Main in Mobridge.
After a three-year absence, recent Mobridge-Pollock High School graduate Madison Rau is headed back to the National High School Rodeo Finals.
Warner-Ipswich-Northville did what no team has done this year; beat the 13-14 Teeners in the first game of a doubleheader. WIN beat the Teeners 8-5 in the opener and then pulled off a 7-6 win in the nightcap at Legion Memorial Park on Monday.
Funeral services for Verona Oster, 94, of Selby, were held Wednesday, June 22, 2016, at UCC Church in Selby.