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2018-07-04

Eighth-inning rally gives 15-16 Teeners 17-10 win in Selby

The 15-16 Teeners erupted for seven runs in the eighth inning to beat the Selby 15-16 Teeners 17-10 in Selby on Saturday. Tied at 10 in the extra frame, Mobridge reeled off a seven-run rally. The bats came alive as the Teeners smacked four doubles and three singles in the inning. The first six batters of the inning had base […]

13-14 Teeners split games in Aberdeen

The 13-14 Teeners went 2-1 on the road, beating Selby 5-2 in Selby on Saturday after splitting two games in Aberdeen on Wednesday. The Teeners scored three runs in the third and two more in the fifth to back the pitching of Holden Eisemann in the win over Selby Eisemann, Jack Faehnrich and Cole Wellner scored in the three-run third. […]

Jim Knecht dies in Aberdeen

James LeRoy “Jim” Knecht, 87, of Aberdeen and formerly of Selby, passed away Monday, July 2, 2018, at Bethesda Home in Aberdeen. A private, family memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 8, 2018, at Schriver’s Memorial Mortuary & Crematory, Aberdeen, with Pastors Tim and Ginny Adams of Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ officiating. Jim’s wishes were to […]

Eleanor Aipperspach passes in California

Funeral services for Eleanor Kathryn Aipperspach, 102, were held at Rainbow Chapels in Whittier, Calif., on June 26, 2018. Her final resting place was at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier. Eleanor was born to Henry and Natalia (Miller) Herman on July 22, 1915, in Lowry. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church and attended rural school in […]

Hollenbeck to appear at Dairy Days

A very entertaining program, “Patchwork of the Prairies,” will be presented during Dairy & Ag Days in Pollock. The program will be Saturday afternoon, July 14, at 2:30 p.m. at the Pollock Memorial Presbyterian Church. Yvonne Hollenbeck of Clearfield (a small town between Winner and Valentine, Neb.) shows approximately 40 quilts made on the prairies of South Dakota and Nebraska […]

Family influences Trent Abrego’s cooking

Trent Abrego has great memories of his grandpa making calabaza for Sunday dinner and the smell that welcomed the family as they made their way to his home in Worthington, Minn. “Grandpa would cook it every Sunday when he was alive,” recalled Trent. “You could smell it from about a block away.” The perfect carne de cerdo con calabaza is […]

KATIE ZERR: ‘We must have the courage to do what is morally right’

“A free press is the unsleeping guardian of every other right that free men prize; it is the most dangerous foe of tyranny… Under dictatorship the press is bound to languish… But where free institutions are indigenous to the soil and men have the habit of liberty, the press will continue to be the Fourth Estate, the vigilant guardian of […]

BALL FIVE: Soccer rules leave me a World Cup wonderer

I’m sure there are a lot of soccer fans out there who are all wrapped up in the World Cup. Sorry, but I can’t enjoy your enthusiasm. The Fair Play tiebreaker is silly, as is a match were both teams want to lose. If you have paid even less attention than I have to World Cup, here’s a brief synopsis […]

Powerful July 4 storm rips through Mobridge

Wind topping 95 miles an hour hit Mobridge in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 4, tearing down trees, destroying the rodeo tent and ripping the covering off a building at Real Tuff. At about 1:55 a.m., the front of a large storm complex blew into Mobridge with rain and winds that caused extensive damage in the city. Multiple […]


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