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A Visit with St. Nick

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2017-12-20

Virgil Sandland served in U.S. Navy

Funeral services for Virgil Sandland, 75, of McLaughlin, were held on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, at Kesling Funeral Home in Mobridge. Burial was in the Congregational Cemetery, McLaughlin, under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Virgil passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Virgil was born on March 21, 1942, in Mandan, N.D., to […]

Gerald ‘Jerry’ Larson was CIBC professor

Gerald “Jerry” Larson, 90, went to heaven on Wednesday morning, Dec. 13, 2017. He was born on July 13, 1927, in Minneapolis, Minn. His life’s work was in North Dakota and South Dakota. Jerry went to North Western Bible College when Billy Graham was president. He then finished his Bachelors in Theology at Wheaton University. After serving in the Army […]

Kids, cookies and Santa: It’s a perfect combination

Christmas cookies are a big part of the holiday season. Baking with the family, decorating the cookies, cookie exchanges and goodies for the neighbors are all part of holiday traditions. Everyone has their favorites and has an idea which are Santa’s favorite. He is a connoisseur of the sweet treats and gets energy from those left with milk for him […]

KATIE ZERR: Three Christmas wishes for a less tumultuous 2018

To say that 2017 was a tumultuous year is a gross understatement. Mass shootings, protests, investigations, women are fighting back against sexual misconduct, wildfires and massive hurricanes were all headline news in 2017. Political unrest in the United States and in other parts of the world has been in the limelight. Many people fight against the wrongs they feel are […]

BALL FIVE: If it walks like a duck…

Few things are certain in sports, but one is, and that is that the NFL rules committee will once again be spending the offseason trying to figure out just what is and what isn’t a catch. Two weeks ago, the Vikings lost an apparent Adam Thielen touchdown when the mercurial wide out caught a ball, took two steps in bounds […]

Tigers conquer field at North Dakota tournament

One week after taking the title in Howard, the Tigers went north to out-wrestle all comers and claim the team title at the Linton Holiday Tournament in Linton, N.D., on Friday and Saturday. “That was huge for the guys,” said coach Nathan Ford. “It should be a big confidence booster. I think we maybe opened some eyes in our neighboring […]


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