Mobridge Police made multiple arrests in connection with a burglary Wednesday, June 14, after a group of males broke into a local business.
Post 4 jumped to a 9-3 lead but could not sustain momentum and fell 19-9 to Northville at Legion Memorial Field on Tuesday.
The Selby Teeners beat the Mobridge Teeners for the third time this season, winning an 11-7 game at Legion Memorial Field on Sunday afternoon.
Justin Sadler readily admits he is a carnivore and prefers T-bone steaks above all other cuts of beef. “I grill anything and everything,” he said. “I prefer charcoal when I have the time to use it, especially with meats that take a longer to cook.”
Mildred Ten Broek, 95, was born in Milwaukee, Wis., on Nov. 22, 1921. She died on June 10, 2017, in Iola, Wis. Her funeral service will be at 10 a.m. on June 30, 2107, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Watertown, Wis., where she was a member for over 30 years. Burial will be at Oak Hill Cemetery in Watertown.
Trying to figure out how to interview the new Post 4 American Legion baseball coach has been an internal struggle.
Walworth County Commissioner Kevin Holgard said it best on Monday when he questioned the logic in allowing three people on a local governing board to make a $9.28 million decision that could impact the county for 20 years.
Most Americans have adapted to being excluded. Exclusion is one phase of persecution. More than 70 percent of Americans define themselves as Christians. The Supreme Court has excluded Christianity from government and schools. This isn’t just Christian theology. It also means Christian philosophy, ethics, biology, psychology, sociology, law, politics, economics, history and much more.
The Walworth County Commission, Monday, June 19, approved entering into a negotiation of a proposed purchase-lease agreement with Public Safety Facility Services (PFIC) to construct a 54-bed, 16-juvenile bed center with offices at a cost of $7.8 million.
The Mobridge Tribune is excited to announce that next week we are adding a new outdoor column to our paper. Neil Jensen has been a free-lance outdoor writer since 2013. His articles have appeared in several newspapers across South Dakota and North Dakota.