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JAY DAVIS: Vikings fans learned some things

Sunday night was an enjoyable night of football, don’t you think? Beating the Packers is always a pleasure, but this was a little more than that. These were two very good football teams going at it tooth and nail. There were a lot of gladiators in the arena at the newly-anointed U.S. Bank Stadium. I think Vikings fans learned a […]

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Marie Job was gifted soprano

Born to Martha and Albert Meidinger on March 6, 1929, on a farm near Eureka, Marie Meidinger came into the world so tiny she could fit in a shoebox. She was a fighter and survived to live until Sept. 9, 2016, when she joined her heavenly family.

Cindy Kenner’s passion was teaching about horses

Cynthia Kenner of Thief River Falls, Minn., and formerly of Herreid, 64, died Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, at her sister’s residence near Thief River Falls.

Library summer reading done, plans set for upcoming events

The summer activities at the A. H. Brown Public Library have wrapped up and plans are set for upcoming events.

Local cook inspired by television cooking shows

Bacon, blue cheese and barbecue sauce—these are just a few of the tasty ingredients this week’s cook Herreid resident, Bain Weisbeck, uses in his recipes.

Missed chances cost Tigers in homecoming loss

The Tigers drove deep into Sisseton territorythree times, but could not score in the first half. The Redmen took over in the second half to defeat the Tigers 36-14 in the annual homecoming game at Tiger Stadium on Friday.

Lady Tigers finish second at Big Dakota tourney

Miller defeated the Lady Tigers 2-0 to win the title at the Big Dakota Conference Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday.

Tiger golfers prep for postseason

The Tigers got tuned up for the Region 3A Tournament by competing at the pre-region at Lakeview Golf Course in Mitchell on Tuesday.


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