Land sale, leases show evidence of oil development

As oil tops $65 a barrel, exports continue to increase and production of wells that were once closed down in the Bakken Oil Field rev up once again, the plan of United States oil dominance is coming to fruition. This week it is expected that U.S. oil inventories will rise for the first time in 11 weeks as production is […]

Battle with Caroli disease is daily routine for family

Area residents are organizing a benefit to help a Selby area family in the battle against a rare disease that has inflicted Taelyn Hettick, a kindergartner at Selby Area School. She is the daughter of Chris and Alexis Hettick who are both teachers at the Selby Area School. Chris is also a football, basketball, and golf coach and Alexis teaches […]


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KATIE ZERR: Mickelson thinks only lawyers know what’s good for S.D.

Should legislators be the only ones who can make changes to the South Dakota Constitution or is it our right as citizens of the state to bring these changes forward? Mark Mickelson, Republican representative from District 13 and current Speaker of the House, last week introduced a bill that would take away the right of South Dakotans to change the […]

BALL FIVE: Tigers, Lady Tigers improving

Sometimes it’s hard to see improvement, but it has been happening with the Mobridge-Pollock basketball teams. It was actually pretty easy to see the Tigers’ improvement in their 13-point win over Cheyenne-Eagle Butte last night. The boys ran their offense better, played aggressive, solid defense in the second half and simply owned the boards. Earlier in the season, coach Mike […]

Darrel Smith: Trump had an impressive first year

In spite of vicious attacks from many celebrities, the main stream media, political opponents, and the threat of the Special Counsel’s investigation, President Donald Trump’s first year has been very impressive. The stock market reflects economic expectations and it has broken many records climbing over 42 percent since his election. This increase has added trillions of dollars to American wealth. […]

Jensen wins Lee Wolf title

Stone Jensen won the 182-pound title at the Lee Wolf Invitational wrestling tournament in Aberdeen on Saturday. Jensen went 4-0 to claim the 182-pound title. His big match was a 10-3 win over Jacob Boehm of Mandan, N.D., the number three ranked wrestler in North Dakota Class A. To get to the title match, Jensen pinned De’Vaughn Porter of Bismarck […]

Tigers play well at both ends, take down Braves

The Tigers started the second half on a 9-2 run and went on to defeat Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 72-59 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Tuesday. “It was nice to win again,” said coach Mike Busch. The Tigers used an early 9-3 run to build a 21-14 lead after one quarter. Cheyenne-Eagle Butte lit the nets up in the second quarter, […]

Post players lead Chamberlain past Lady Tigers

The Lady Tigers could not stop the Cubs in the post and dropped a 59-45 game in Chamberlain on Saturday. Things did not look good early as Chamberlain jumped out to a 14-4 lead. The Lady Tigers kept the game close and cut the deficit to six points 41-35 early in the fourth quarter, but Chamberlain answered with the next […]

Super Bowl calls for some super dips

When it comes to the Super Bowl, I want food I can fix in advance so I can enjoy the day and the game completely unhindered and unstressed. For the meal it’s either a big pot of chili or a ham, allowing everyone to help themselves. But the Super Bowl is a big chips and dips day and here are […]

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