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Call triggers emergency measures at courthouse

The Walworth County Courthouse was evacuated Tuesday, June 13, after someone told a county employee there was a bomb in the building.

Office staff supplies goodies to treat taste buds

What started as a celebration of birthdays has become a snack time ritual of sorts at the Jensen Rock and Sand, Inc., office. The four women who work in the office, Teri Wolff, Rylae Wientjes, Courtney Davis and Kiley Gosch have spoiled the other employees by bringing homemade goodies to the office.

Millie Lutz was excellent cook

Funeral services for Millie V. Lutz, 92, of Mobridge will be at 10:30 a.m., on Thursday, June 15, 2017, at the United Congregational Church in Mobridge. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Millie passed away Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Mobridge Regional Hospital.

Ruth Vojta ran daycare for infants for 20 years

Ruth Jean (Jones) Vojta, 71, of Moorhead, Minn., and formerly of Selby, passed away peacefully after complications from mesothelioma and dementia on June 10, 2017, at Ecumen Evergreens of Moorhead.

Trio uses 17.3-pound haul to win Denny Palmer tourney

The trio of Everette Iron Eyes, Garret Fischer and Ivan White Mountain won the seventh annual Denny Palmer Memorial Walleye Tournament on Saturday.

Teeners earn walk-off win in home opener

Zane Reinert hit a bases loaded single to give the Mobridge Teeners a walk-off win over Hamlin at Legion Memorial Field on Saturday afternoon.

KATIE ZERR: ‘Not perfect’ but compromise works on water issue

Sometimes a solution to a long-standing problem may not be perfect, but opens the door to further discussion and a long-term resolution.

JAY DAVIS: Deacon Phillippe is S.D. sports history name to know

Have you ever heard of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher, Deacon Phillippe?

Darrel Smith: Government has taken over role of God

Sometimes our society lies to us. Conservative and rightist groups are despairingly called Nazis or Fascists.

Much-needed rain falls in area

Rainfall came at a critical time in the drought area of South Dakota on Sunday and Tuesday and may have saved some crops and given cattlemen a temporary reprieve.


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