A well-known Mobridge businessman is in a Bismarck hospital receiving treatment for injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident on South Dakota Highway 1804 four miles south of Pollock.
The Mobridge-Pollock School Board will have a new look this summer as two new board members will be sworn in July. The board will lose 16 years of experience as Harry “Bingo” Kindt retires from serving the district.
Much of how we relate to life is influenced by our culture. A large and generally common culture is called a civilization.
A guest editorial by Lee Hamilton. For the last few years, I’ve been keeping a file of clippings about the erosion of transparency and candor in government. I’m sorry to report that it’s getting rather full.
Being a Chicago Cubs fan for 48 years, the fun didn’t start for 47. But after the Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians in game seven of World Series last Nov. 2, the fun never stops.
The 13th running of the Rotary/Tiger Relays are set for tomorrow (Thursday) at Tiger Stadium. Field events start at noon. The gun sounds for running events at 1 p.m.
Carson Keller got his season off right by qualifying for state while winning the discus title at the Mobridge-Pollock Early Bird track and field meet on Friday.
Ora Jean (Jean) Hardcastle passed away peacefully in her sleep at the Mobridge Care and Rehabilitaion Center on April 3, 2017, at the age of 91.