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No election needed for school, city

There will be no elections in April to fill the open seats on the Mobridge City Council and the Mobridge-Pollock District Board of Education.

Renovation to reflect western history

The proposed renovation of the Mobridge Rodeo Grounds will bring modern technology and convenience to the facility while saving the western charm.

Darrel Smith: Racism continues to be serious concern

Like much of the world, America has a history of racism including slavery and our treatment of Chinese, Native Americans and others. Racism is a senseless concept, like distinguishing between people based on the color of their eyes or hair.

JAY DAVIS: ‘10 Minutes in Tigerland’ top moment of state tourney

Watching the Tigers wrestle live via webcam this weekend was a wonderful thing. It did keep yours truly from accomplishing a few household chores, especially on Saturday, but I did manage to clean a whole lot of dog poop from the yard between matches.

KATIE ZERR: Deportation, the wall, will not achieve goals

“Make America Great Again” is the campaign slogan of the president of the United States, Donald Trump. During a divisive and sometimes-bordering-on-racist campaign, one of President Trump’s major campaign issues was building a wall between the United States and Mexico to stem the flow of illegal immigrants into our country. He told us that Mexico would pay for the wall […]

Avie Stotz had passion for life

Avon “Avie” Jeannette Stotz, 82, of Lemmon, passed away on Feb. 22, 2017, at West River Regional Medical Center in Hettinger, N.D. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, at Spencer Memorial Presbyterian Church in Lemmon with Pastor Florence Hoff officiating.

Mary Ludeman had special way of lighting up a room

Celebration of Life Services for Mary Ludeman, 62, of Mobridge were held Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at the Mobridge Pollock Theatre. Mary Ann Wood Ludeman passed away with family at her side at the Sanford Medical Center in Bismarck, N.D., on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017.

Anna inspired by mom and grandma to help where needed

Anna Netzer has a big heart, and she’s following an educational route that will help her put that heart to use on a daily basis.

Fischer, Tigers rally to beat Stanley County 64-62

Dante Fischer poured in 26 points in the second half to lead the Tigers to a 64-62 win over Stanley County in the Region 6A Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Tuesday.

Bauer takes second as four Tigers place at state

Nathan Bauer upset two higher seeds on his way to taking second place at 170 pounds at the State B Wrestling Tournament in Sioux Falls on Saturday and Sunday.


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