A little girl with a big heart can make a lasting impression on people with whom she comes in contact as shown by the generosity of Anna Kraft of McLaughlin. Anna, the daughter of Ross and Heather Keller of Timber Lake, showed her big heart when she decided to forgo the community’s Fourth of July celebration to help people in […]
In a ruling that threw a wrench in the works of the special election concerning wind turbine setbacks in Walworth County, Judge Scott Myren halted the Tuesday, Aug. 8, election.
Walworth County Commissioners voted Tuesday, Aug. 1, to enter into a contract with jail consultant Brad Hompe to provide information and recommendations concerning the building and op
Can prosecutors and the Justice Department investigate someone even if they don’t know whether a crime has been committed? I didn’t think that was possible in America but it is happening.
I’m taking over “Ball Five” for Jay this week and next. In effort to keep this column sports themed, I’m going write about my experience with sports. I grew up playing small-town high school sports, but I would not consider myself an athletic person. Instead, I am going to write about a different kind of sport: hiking outdoors.
Is the need to destroy anything that is linked to former President Barack Obama worth destroying American lives? Our president and some members of the Republican Party are so hell-bent on destroying anything linked to the Obama presidency that it matters not the carnage they leave in their wake. Instead of using legislation to find answers to what they feel […]
Speeding tickets in this week’s court news included only the fines. Court costs and surcharges were not included in the dollar amount. All other information was correct. We apologize for the mistake.
Mobridge’s very own Jake Carmody won the bareback riding title at the Days of 1910 Timber Lake Rodeo July 29 and 30. Carmody held on for the eight seconds to score 66 points, earning $398.