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Boll clears up vehicle use misconception

A question from the public about the use of a sheriff’s department vehicle was cleared up Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Walworth County Commission meeting.

Busy building season continues in Mobridge, more expected

There has been a flurry of activity in the City of Mobridge this summer, from fishing tournaments to the new pool, the town has been busy.

Darrel Smith: Elitists have revolted against our foundations

To understand America, you need to understand America’s ruling class or elites and their supporters. These are most of the people that control our society. They include politicians, academics, news and media people, artists, Hollywood and corporate leaders. You might expect that these people would be great defenders of our country’s traditions, but you would often be disappointed.

KATIE ZERR: Losing team shortstop is tough

Growing up in a sports-playing family and in a household with nine residents, the importance of teamwork was always a part of life.

JAY DAVIS: The world just has to catch up

The U.S. women’s basketball team is maybe the single most dominant team in the entire Olympics. They are not just winning every time out, they are winning by 40 points a game.

God’s Country suits her fine

Living in north central South Dakota may not be desirable for some folks, but for Candi Dennis and her family, life in this part of God’s Country suits them just fine. Being a Midwestern girl helped Candi readapt to small town living when her family moved to Pollock in January.


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