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KATIE ZERR: Trump needs to address, condemn hateful actions

A big can of worms has been opened and the slimiest, most vile of all invertebrates are crawling into the light. During the campaign for president, President-elect Trump used his words and actions to incite reactions from some of  his followers that were reminiscent of another time in our history. His off-the-cuff remarks about protestors at his rallies and those […]

JAY DAVIS: Not time to take step backward

Major League Baseball just enjoyed one of the best seasons it’s had in a while. The popularity of the game skyrocketed with the Cubs taking the sports world by storm. Plus, its major competitor, the NFL, is struggling to hold its reign as the most popular sport for viewing audiences. So what could happen to baseball that could put a […]

Darrel Smith: Trump needs a clear direction, tough will

How much division will America endure before that division severely damages us as a country and people? For years rural areas have chafed at the laws and regulations imposed on us as a result of the views of our more populated cities. It’s amazing that the largely rural areas of America won this election.

Donations needed for MMA toy drive

With a little help from the community, hundreds of children in need can have a merrier Christmas this year.

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The kindergarten and first grade concert that was postponed because of the weather on Tuesday, Nov. 29, has been rescheduled. The concert will be held at the Mobridge-Pollock Middle School Theater on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.

First big storm creates havoc in North and South Dakota

The first true snowstorm of the season packed a punch and caused schools and businesses to close in north central South Dakota.

Family, ‘lots of great people’ help balance busy lifestyle

Mobridge resident Kaylie Trottier leads a busy, coffee-fueled lifestyle. She is both working and attending college fulltime, while also raising two young girls, Rylee, 8, and Paislee, 3. Besides coffee, Kaylie credits schedules, her family, and “lots of great people” with helping her take care of her day-to-day responsibilities.

Wrestlers open season Saturday at Ft. Pierre

The Tiger wrestling team enters the 2016-17 season with a new but familiar coach and a room full of eager athletes ready to hit the mats. The Tigers open the new season on Saturday the same way they have each of the last four years at the Stanley County Invitational wrestling Tournament. First-year head coach Nathan Ford said his wrestlers […]

Tigers named All-State honorable mention

Following a season in which the Tigers won four regular season games for the first time in four years, three Tigers were named honorable mention to the Class 11B All-State Football Team. Earning the honor are seniors Dalton Martian and Cecil Baker and junior Dylan Cerney.


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