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2017-12-27

KATIE ZERR: Why do we invite annual failure?

Why do we continue to torture ourselves with New Year’s resolutions? We set ourselves up for failure when we decide the first of the year is a great time to start eating healthier, exercising more, drinking less, quitting smoking, getting away from Facebook, or calling more than texting family and friends. According to University of Scranton Psychology Professor John C. […]

BALL FIVE: Stage set for two championship runs

This could be a special month coming up in my sports world with my favorite NFL team, the Minnesota Vikings, and my favorite college football team, the Oklahoma Sooners, both legitimate contenders for the championship. The Vikings won their 12th game on Saturday and are the number two seed in the NFC. But their work is not done. To secure […]

Darrel Smith: Jesus lightens a darkened world

Christmas is when we celebrate the entry of Jesus Christ into human history. His birth, life, death and resurrection have had such an impact that all of history is based on early guesses about when He was born. Luke 1:79 says He is, “to give light to them that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death.” Many people […]

Women sentenced on felonies charges

Two women who pleaded guilty to felonies on Monday, Dec. 18, in Fifth Circuit Court in Selby, will be spending time behind bars. Wynter Karima, 22, of Mobridge, pleaded guilt to unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance, a Class 5 felony, and received a suspended imposition of sentence. She was sentenced to serve 30 days in the Walworth County Jail […]

DAPL is playing major role in oil resurgence

Editor’s note: This is part four of a series of stories about a renewed interest in the oil located in several counties West River and the impact this will have on Northwestern and North Central South Dakota.) The passionate anti-pipeline demonstrations against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in 2017 became a worldwide news event. People from all over the world […]

Thompson injures knee in loss at Sisseton

The Lady Tigers’ fortunes fell with an early injury and Sisseton ran away with a 46-17 win in Sisseton on Friday. The Lady Tigers trailed the Lady Redmen 1-0 when TyRel Thompson suffered a knee injury on a fast-break with 4:20 left in the first quarter. The Lady Tigers tried to hang close, but without Thompson, could not get their […]

Third-ranked Tigers to defend Webster title on Saturday

The third-ranked Tiger wrestlers close out 2107 at the Webster Invitational Wrestling Tourney on Saturday. The Tigers will be competing against host Webster Area, Clark/Willow Lake, Deuel, Hamlin, Lead-Deadwood, Miller/Highmore-Harrold, Stanley County, Sully Buttes and Central Cass, N.D. Mobridge-Pollock is the defending team champion. Last December the Tigers scored 151 points, edging Webster Area’s 149 and Clark/Willow Lake’s 132.5. The […]


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