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Mobridge wrestlers compete at national tournament

Five Mobridge wrestlers competed in a tournament and went to a three-day camp at the AAU 1st Nation Wrestling Tournament in Okmulgee, Okla., last week, a first-time event for young Native American wrestlers.

Sisseton nips Teeners in Region 1A opener

Two bad innings did the 13-14 Teeners in during the opening round of the VFW Region 1A Baseball Tournament in Groton on Tuesday.

Lepke throws complete game in Post 4 win over Northville

Matt Lepke threw a nine-inning complete game as Post 4 defeated Northville 7-2 at Legion Memorial Park last Tuesday.

Exchange program brings Elina to Bridge City

Elina Demianenko grew up in small town of Svatovo in the Lugansk region of Ukraine.  It is there that her mother taught her to cook and she learned all of her favorite recipes.

James Webb was fond of saying ‘two wheels are better than four’

James Webb, 48,  of Hoven, passed away on June 28, 2016, in Bismarck, N.D., the result of a motorcycle accident.

Ralph Pederson was longtime Firesteel area rancher

Funeral services for Ralph Pederson, 97, of Firesteel will be at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 14, 2016, at United Parish Church in Timber Lake.

Storm Sunset

Americans are significantly changing faith

We Americans are significantly changing our faith as polls consistently show. The vast majority of Americans, about 70 percent, identify as Christian but that majority is declining. The Pew Research Center did extensive surveys in 2007 and 2014. They found that the Christian population declined almost 8 percent from 78 percent to just over 70 percent in the seven years.

Thank you is just two words, but a whole lot of meaning

With the recent crisises happening in Dallas, Orlando and Istanbul it has made me truly appreciate how precious and short life can really be. It has made me take a step back and look the life I was given.

Sometimes we have to be reminded about what we have

Sometimes when you are so close to something, you can’t really see it for what it is. I spent many a summer hour at Legion Memorial Park.


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