Darrel Smith: Socialist, progressives invent flaws in America

America is dramatically changing. We aren’t just adapting new ideas; we are altering the original foundational ideas of America. Many of our elites and institutions thought that this alteration was already accomplished while others of us disagree.

Neil Jensen: Column is three years and growing

In June of 2014, the Watertown Public Opinion took a chance on a new outdoor writer when they agreed to publish my first outdoor column. When that first column was published, I wondered if people would read the column and if they did read it, I wondered what they would think of it?

JAY DAVIS: Players responded to sweltering heat

I have to tell you, I was pretty proud of my nearly 58-year-old body for the way it withstood eight straight hours at Legion Memorial Field on Sunday. But I also have to tell you, I reacted like Paw Rugg, patriarch of the Hillybilly Bears when the alarm went off on this morning (Monday). All I could do was grumble […]

KATIE ZERR: Saying goodbye to Bingo was difficult

After spending 16 years serving the community on the Mobridge/Pollock School Board, Bingo Kindt sat in on his last meeting Monday night. It was a short meeting closing out the 2016-2017 school year and wrapping up any old business.

Post 4 wins two of four in home stand

The Mobridge Post 4 American Legion baseball team capped the regular season with a 9-8 win over Ellendale, N.D., at Legion Memorial Field on Sunday. “Great win,” said coach Jay Davis. “The weather was miserably hot, but the team put together back-to-back good offensive innings and then held off an Ellendale rally.”

Carmody wins share of Wall bareback title

Jake Carmody of Mobridge became a bareback riding champ for the second time this year when he tied for first place at the Wall Celebration Rodeo, held July 6 through 8.

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