Many national issues were discussed at the town hall meeting at Scherr-Howe Event Center Wednesday, Aug. 24, where South Dakota Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) met with area residents.
Falling back on the old tradition of a free beef meal at the Mobridge Rodeo Grounds, the Beef n’ Fun Committee has adopted the theme “We are bringing the beef back” to the annual event.
Is godless Secular Humanism a religion? Dictionaries describe religion as a “belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power” but religion is also “a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance.”
Looking at the South Dakota Sportwriters Association football and volleyball rankings after the first week of competition it looks like someone will have to knock the kings and queens off their thrones on the field or court if they want to see them replaced atop the rankings.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is under fire this week for refusing to stand while the national anthem was played before a football game. His refusal to stand for the anthem is in protest of a country he feels allows the oppression of people of color.
Stone Jensen shot 79 to place ninth at the Hub City Invitational in Aberdeen on Tuesday.
Number one was too much for the Tigers in the season-opener. Winner defeated the Tigers 46-0 at Tiger Stadium on Friday.
The Lady Tigers scored the last eight points of the night to pull off a 3-2 knock-down-drag-out win over Herreid/Selby Area at Mobridge-Pollock Gymnasium on Tuesday.
Three Lady Tigers finished in the top 10 at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational cross country meet on Saturday at Oahe Hills Golf Course.
Growing up, baseball and other sports were favorite activities of Derek Veldhuisen. His passion for sports continued after he graduated high school in Hadley, Minn., leading him to earn a spot on the baseball team at Dakota State University in Madison. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Dakota State in 2010.