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Three-TD quarter leads Tigers to win

The Tigers erupted for three third-quarter touchdowns and went on to defeat Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 42-14 in Eagle Butte on Friday.

Course gets best of Tigers

Hart Ranch got the best of the Tigers at the State A Golf Tournament in Rapid City on Monday and Tuesday.

Lady Tigers pick off three teams, raise season record to 18-3

The Lady Tigers reeled off three straight wins over the week to raise their season record to 18-3.

Harold Wood’s real hobby was helping others

Celebration of Life Services for Harold Eugene Wood, 93, formerly of Aberdeen and Onida, will be 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, at United Methodist Church in Onida. Inurnment will be in the afternoon in the Colome Cemetery. Harold passed away Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, at Mobridge Regional Hospital.

Jim Byington was ‘big as a tractor and strong as one, too’

Funeral services for James “Tractor” Byington, 91, of Mobridge, were held Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mobridge. Interment was in Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Jim passed away on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, at Mobridge Regional Hospital, at the age of  91 years and 10-and-a-half months.

Lake Oahe, friends, family encourage Mobridge move

The military, college and work have taken Mobridge resident Tasha Peltier and her family on quite the journey. Having moved away from her original home of Ft. Yates shortly after graduating high school, Tasha has now made it back to the area. Tasha and husband, Chris, along with their three children, Rylee, Cadee and Joe, relocated to Mobridge in June.

K Keg Fundraiser

Hunters will have to work for birds

Residents of South Dakota may have to work hard to find birds this weekend as the pheasant season opens for state residents on Friday.

Commission decides written apology will suffice, no further discipline for Martin

Deciding that a written apology will be sufficient, the Walworth County Commissioners on Tuesday, Oct. 4, took no further action against Commissioner Duane Martin.

Darrel Smith: Christian scientists’ opinions should be heard

Finding a way to exclude a competitor is an easy way to win in any game of life. Earlier columns have talked about various ways Christians are excluded from our society. The Christian world view is often excluded from science. This is easily done by demanding that science is only about the natural world.


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