About Katie Zerr

Gosch releases information

By Katie Zerr | March 12, 2020

UPDATE March 13, 2020: Representative Gosch reached out with the following update: “I want to thank everyone for the kind wishes and signs of support over the past couple of days. All of your prayers and well wishes were appreciated by my family and I. It goes to show you how close we are as a state and how great […]

Noem announces state aid for students will increase 2 percent

By Katie Zerr | March 12, 2020

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board State heard Monday, March 9, that Governor Kristi Noem had announced the coming state budget will feature a 2 percent increase in state aid to students, as per the 2017 law requirements. Earlier Noem had expressed that there would not be funding in the budget to meet the state student aid formula increase, but on Monday […]

KATIE ZERR: Take advantage of MP student excellence

By Katie Zerr | March 12, 2020

Are we taking advantage of the quality entertainment provided us by the Mobridge-Pollock students? Do we, as a citizenry, support out students in their journey through their school years? Judging by the crowds at the sports events throughout the year, the answer could be yes to both questions. But there is so much more to the students of MP school […]

City to pay off sewer project loan, remove front footage assessment

By Katie Zerr | March 12, 2020

The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, March 10, approved paying off the $703,425 loan for the 2014 storm sewer project. The current principal is approximately $379,000. There is $290,000 in capital outlay for storm sewer, plus another $95,000 remaining in the budget for loan payment this year. This will save the city $56,500 in interest as the loan will be paid […]

Going through ice a life changing experience for Mobridge anglers

By Katie Zerr | March 05, 2020

What started as an afternoon trip across the ice to fish along the rail grade ended up as a harrowing experience Friday, Feb. 28, for three Mobridge men. At a little after 4 p.m. Dick Deacon, Marion Schlomer and Jeff Wolff set out across the ice to where their fishing shacks sat along the rail grade between the U.S Highway […]

Rabenberg pens book about being different

By Katie Zerr | March 05, 2020

A 2006 Mobridge graduate has ventured into yet another adventure in life, writing a child’s book about embracing your differences. Krista Rabenberg, whose credits include counselor, TV star, model, motivational speaker, standup comedian and now author, recently released her first children’s book “A Head Above the Rest.” She was encouraged to write the book by a producer on a reality […]

KATIE ZERR: Near tragedy hits close to our home

By Katie Zerr | March 05, 2020

Living in a small community has its advantages and its drawbacks. This week our small town held a roller coaster of emotions for me. I went from having immense pride in my little town to having heart-wrenching reaction as I heard about three local men going through the ice of Lake Oahe. I was proud of our community Thursday while […]