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Menudo odor ruins husband’s birthday surprise

Taking time out of her busy life to pursue a passion is something Kayla Stewart is excited to experience and ready to get rolling.

Tom was extremely dedicated to family

Thomas “Tom” Dale Anderson died peacefully in his San Ramon, Calif., home after a brave, nine-month battle with esophageal cancer at the age of 48, surrounded by his family on July 25, 2016.

Ruth helped create Akaska that thrives today

Funeral services for Ruth Goetz, 72, of Selby, will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Selby.

Donna knew every student’s name

Donna Kay Ziegler, 78, was called to be with her Heavenly Father on Aug. 15, 2016. She passed away peacefully in her sleep.

KATIE ZERR: Anything spent on safety is well-spent

Mobridge is a micro-dot on the map of the world, but our little community is a big reflection of how our world has changed. Leaving the special meeting of the Mobridge-Pollock School Board Tuesday night, I was struck about how much is different from just 15 years ago. The board had just approved a nearly $170,000 security system upgrade for […]

JAY DAVIS: U.S. gymnasts would make me tall

There was a time when I only had to fudge about a 16th of an inch to say I was 5 feet, 8 inches tall. I can’t do that anymore. At 57, I have already shrunk to 5’7.” It seems I should hang around the U.S. women’s gymnastics team if I want to feel tall.

Darrel Smith: Secularism pushes Christianity out of schools

Polls consistently demonstrate that America is in the process of changing its faith from Biblical Christianity toward believing in secularism. Secularism is essentially becoming America’s state religion. Why and how is this happening?

Dominant Chamberlain team beats Tigers at MP golf invite

Led by medalist Cameron Caldwell, Chamberlain dominated golf’s opening day at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational golf meet at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Tuesday.

Schilling family wins walleye tourney title

Akaska angler Chad Schilling proved he can get the job done with his kids in the boat when he teamed with children Samantha and Beau to win the Northern Oahe Walleye Series Championship Tournament on Saturday.

Board approves new security system

Working to ensure every resource is being used to help keep students safe at Mobridge-Pollock Schools, the school board Tuesday, Aug. 23, voted to upgrade the security systems.


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