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Quintin Suzle was a family man

Quintin Clarence Sulzle, 86, was called to his heavenly home on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.  Quintin was born to George and Elsie Martha (Siewert) Sulzle on January 12, 1930 on a farm near Akaska, S.D.  He became a child of God through baptism on February 16, 1930 at Zion Lutheran Church in Akaska.  Quintin was confirmed in the Lutheran Faith […]

Angler of the Year will be named on Friday

Anglers from all over the country will be in Mobridge this week to compete in the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour Championship on Lake Oahe. Chris Gillman of Chisago City, Minn., Korey Sprengel of Beaver Dam, Wis,  and Ed Stachowski of Canton, Mich., are all vying for the chance to be called 2016 Angler of the Year. The winner will be […]

15-16 Teeners lose to region champion at Region 1A Tourney

The 15-16 Teeners lost two games at the VFW Varsity Teeners Region 1A Tournament held on Wednesday, July 27 in Mobridge. Region champions Milbank beat the Teeners in their first game 8-6.

College teaches Sadie to cook

College is meant to be a learning experience on many fronts. There’s the classroom, of course. Along with that come time management and organizational skills. Sadie Lemke added cooking to that list when she got to South Dakota State University.

Saturday storm topples trees, damages crops and vehicles

Winds up to 68 mph ripped through Mobridge Saturday, July 30, snapping trees and driving hail, causing considerable damage to the area.

Commission, agencies agree to rehab Molstad

After four years of being out of commission for public use, The Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, Aug. 2, agreed to work with state agencies to rehabilitate Lake Molstad Park for use.

Darrel Smith: Propaganda used to influence us to accept homosexuals

America can be envisioned many different ways. One way is that we are surrounded by propaganda. Almost all marketing is similar to propaganda

Sadie Lemke: My time as the intern in Mobridge has come to an end

My internship has come to an end. I have officially reached my last week here and I will be headed back east to Minnesota this weekend. This internship has taught me so much and I am thankful for the many experiences I had and the people who helped me along the way.

KATIE ZERR: Family memories were made at Lake Molstad

Growing up in Mobridge during the 1950s and ‘60s was far different than the childhoods of the youngest resident of our community today.


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