Hunting, camping, and fishing are three of Mark Fuhrer’s favorite activities, and three of the reasons why Mark, along with his wife, Wanda, and grown children, Brady and Carli, still call Mobridge home.
The increase in racially motivated attacks on non-white, non-Christian Americans has exposed the ugly underbelly of our country’s more genteel façade. This increase in incidents is not just limited to the urban areas of the country as shown in the past two weeks with the swastikas that appeared on several businesses in Aberdeen.
People planned and coordinated the current cultural conflicts between our traditional American values and secular socialism. Great effort brought us here.
Krista Rabenberg will be the keynote speaker at this year’s graduation on Sunday, May 14. Krista graduated from Mobridge High School in 2006. She went on to graduate from Northern State University, with a BA in Sociology, and then earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling in 2014.
Facing multiple charges in a July accident in Campbell County that killed a Mobridge woman, James Weatherman entered not guilty pleas to four charges in court.
The Mobridge-Pollock thinclads won four events, leading to the Tigers taking second and the Lady Tigers third at the Harold Severson Track Meet in Lemmon on Saturday.
Lily Miner won medalist honors and the Lady Tigers took first place at the Roncalli Invitational in Aberdeen on Monday.
Funeral services for Irene M. Schuh, 82, of Mobridge, were held Saturday, April 29, 2017, at First Baptist Church in Mobridge.
On April 24, 1922, in Pollock, S.D., Harlan announced his impending arrival. Always a believer in postponing gratification, he waited to be born until his mother made it to the hospital in Mobridge.
Darrel L. Oster, 60, of Antioch, Calif., died at his home on Thursday, April 13, 2017.