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Henssler, Ducheneaux, Thompson run to top 10 finishes

Three Mobridge-Pollock runners earned top 10 finishes at the 56th annual Roe Granger-Dakota Silk Screen Twilight Cross Country Meet in Aberdeen on Friday.

Groton Area strikes early in 33-0 win over Tigers

Groton Area struck with three first-quarter touchdowns and went on to defeat the Tigers 33-0 in Groton on Friday.

Lady Tigers win on road raise early record to 4-0

The Lady Tigers ran their early-season record to 4-0 with a 3-0 win over Eureka/Bowdle in Eureka on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers controlled the action with a 25-18, 25-16, 25-19 win.

Todd Wientjes acquires and shares some grilling knowledge

Though we’ll soon be greeted by frost-tipped grass and crunchy leaves underfoot, summer hasn’t called it quits just yet. And what does that mean for cooking? Keep the propane filled or charcoal near, because grilling season is far from over. Todd Wientjes is just one person who will more than likely keep his grill out and ready for at least […]

Caitlin Peters loved to make people laugh

Funeral services for Caitlin Peters, 12, of Mobridge, were held on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, at St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church in Wakpala.

‘Scrub’ Kightlinger loved baseball

Orval “Scrub” Kightlinger, 89, of Mound City, passed away on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016, at his daughter’s home in Cosmos, Minn. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at Norway Lutheran Church, Glenham. The family w

Shirley Bauder was loving mother/grandmother

Shirley Joan Bauder, 77, of Mobridge, died on Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016, in Yuma, Ariz.

Landowner urges county to maintain lake access road

The Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, Sept. 6, heard a Walworth County landowner request the county take over the maintenance of a road used to access Lake Oahe.

Crisis response spawns rumors in community

For the second time in a year, the Mobridge community is dealing with the death of a child by suicide. The suicide of a Mobridge-Pollock student on Wednesday, Aug. 31, triggered a number of reactions in the school district and community, both on an official basis and unofficially.

Darrel Smith: Humanists are developing a new religious faith

Many humanists used to freely admit that they were developing a new religious faith. How does this new religion affect us, our children and country? Key founders of Humanism and signers of the First Humanist Manifesto shared the following thoughts.


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