Amid growing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, South Dakota lawmakers will consider a bill to postpone upcoming city elections in Sioux Falls, Brookings and other cities at least until June, and to allow Gov. Kristi Noem to delay the presidential primary from June 2 to July 28. The elections bill is one of at least nine last-minute bills related to […]
The South Dakota Legislature will likely hold a special session by the end of June to address financial uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and to potentially remake the coming year’s spending plan passed earlier this month, legislative fiscal leaders say. Members of the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee told South Dakota News Watch that economic uncertainty now hangs over South […]
Thousands of Canada and snow geese settled on Lake Oahe Tuesday, March 24, south of Mobridge. There is some ice in bays and in the Grand River but most of the water around Mobridge is open.
Teachers at Mobridge-Pollock High School left a heart-felt message on the window for their students, letting them know they are thinking about them during this trying time. The Mobridge-Pollock teachers are at work developing and preparing homework for the students so they can continue their education until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and life can return to normal.
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If the COVID-19 pandemic grows rapidly in South Dakota — as it has in other states and nations — the state’s hospital systems are likely to be quickly overwhelmed, according to medical experts in South Dakota and elsewhere. It is unknown if the state has enough ventilators or intensive-care beds, and patients in rural areas or smaller cities would likely […]
The Mobridge-Pollock Middle School Spring Concert was held on Thursday, March 12, at the Middle School Theater. The seventh and eighth grade band (above) under the direction of Alfie Gonzales, performed several pieces including “As Winds Dance” by Samual Hazo. The sixth grade band, festival chorus and middle school chorus also performed during the concert.
Mobridge-Pollock School District’s Food Service manager, Pearl Haux, hands out sack lunches and breakfast to members of the community Tuesday, March 17.