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Fish were fat, but few and far between

Although the fish just did not want to cooperate, the 16th Annual Mobridge Ice Fishing Tournament was still a success, according to organizers and anglers.

Commission re-opens new jail discussion

A frequently discussed issue was resurrected at the Walworth County Commission meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17, as discussion on building a new jail facility was reintroduced.

Darrel Smith: Governments impose values on their people

How do we decide what our values should be? Our values control our lives, culture and government. Ravi Zacharias describes three sources of values. We can select our values from God, from influential leaders and from our own individual decisions.

KATIE ZERR: It is important our voices are heard

With the changes that are occurring in the state and nation, at this time it is more important than ever for people to make their voices heard.

JAY DAVIS: Realignment changes high school football landscape

The new class alignments came out for South Dakota high school football. I was going to regale you all with all of the changes, all of the teams jumping from class to class, and the new co-ops.

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Mobridge-Pollock High School will be presenting “Imperfect Proposal,” a one-act play by Lisa Parry, Sunday, Jan. 22, at the Middle School Theater. The play is a comedy about what can go wrong with perfectly laid plans. The main character, Ben has planned a perfectly romantic afternoon for his proposal to his girlfriend, Kate. But a series of interruptions from various […]


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