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Mother influences cooking from scratch

When many go away to college they are faced with the sudden responsibility of how to provide for themselves. When it comes to food choices, numerous college students find themselves eating fast-food or bingeing on ramen noodles. For Mobridge resident Austin Simons, however, this was not the case.

Pete Keller had many interests

Mass of Christian Burial for Peter P. Keller, 81, of Timber Lake was held on Friday, Oct. 14, 2016, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Timber Lake. Burial was at the Keller Family Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Pete passed away Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the Mobridge Regional Hospital.

Tigers, Lady Tigers come up short at Region 4A

The Mobridge-Pollock cross country team could not crack the top 20 in either race at the Region 4A Cross Country Meet in Chamberlain on Thursday.

Lady Tigers rally past Lions after whipping Battlers

One night after winning their biggest home match of the season, the Lady Tigers struggled to get it going before rallying to beat Linton-HMB 3-2 in Linton, N.D., on Tuesday.

Drama continues at Commission meeting

The Tuesday, Oct. 18 meeting of the Walworth County Commission turned contentious as old wounds were reopened with a push for an employee termination.

Howell sentenced to serve four years in penitentiary

A Mobridge man will serve four years in the South Dakota State Penitentiary after he was arrested on felony drug charges in August, violating his probation from a previous drug violation.

Darrel Smith: Self-gratification has negative impact on society

What is happening in America as it abandons its Christian faith? How do you like our presidential election? The major candidates would describe themselves as Christian but are validly criticized for violating Christian standards.

DAVE BORDEWYCK: S.D. newspaper readership remains strong

South Dakota newspapers continue as a primary source for news and information for South Dakotans, according a statewide survey conducted this fall.

JAY DAVIS: Opportunity awaits Tigers

Tomorrow night is a huge night for the Tiger football program when they host the Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers.

SCRUBS Camp


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