The Lady Tigers suffered through a difficult first week of basketball, dropping road games to Cheyenne-Eagle Butte and Britton-Hecla before losing the home opener to Aberdeen Roncalli on Tuesday.
The Tigers opened the Mike Busch era with a come-from-behind 47-44 win over Britton-Hecla in Britton on Saturday.
The Tigers won three division titles en route to taking first place at the Faulkton Invitational wrestling tournament on Saturday.
Master Sergeant Vernard “Jeff” Phillip Sieler, one of the “Greatest Generation,” passed away on Dec. 11, 2016, in Bellevue, Wash., at the age of 97.
When it comes to baking, Eunice Schulz has a wealth of experience. Her mother passed away when she was 18, and as the third oldest out of 13 children, there were lots of little ones to be taken care of.
Walworth County Commissioners learned Thursday, Dec. 8, that the manner in which equalization appeals have been heard in past years is not the only way the process can be handled.
Alley and road closure requests were debated again Wednesday, Dec. 7, as the Mobridge City Council reviewed the different circumstances involved with the requests.
Despite their claims of openness, liberals are involved in censorship and exclusion. An earlier column listed multiple communication establishments that are dominated by liberals. It’s unusual for them to include equal and full discussion involving articulate conservatives and Christians.
Franklin Roosevelt once said, “Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely.” He was talking about why education matters in a representative democracy, but it’s a safe bet that had he known about fake internet news, he’d have said the same thing — except maybe with more pointed words.
It was a big weekend for the Jensen boys; not only for Tiger 182-pounder Stone Jensen, but for his cousins Collin and David at the University of Nebraska.