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Two Hearts charged with felony sexual contact

A Mobridge man is facing a felony charges of sexual contact with a child under 16 after his arrest last week. Tyler Two Hearts of Mobridge made his initial appearance in Fifth Circuit Court in Selby on Monday, May 13 to face those charges. A warrant for his arrest was issued after the incident came to light during an investigation […]

Mott gets first Kentucky Derby win

One of Mobridge’s most well-known natives reached a milestone on Saturday, May 4, as Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott’s horse, Country House, was draped with the blanket of roses at the Kentucky Derby. Unfortunately, the win will be accompanied by an asterisk in the record books as the horse that led wire-to-wire, Maximum Security, was disqualified for interference. It […]

Mobridge woman dies of possible drug overdose

A Mobridge woman died Sunday, May 5, despite the efforts of law enforcement and paramedics to save her life. According to Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison, an ambulance was requested at the Brown Palace Apartments at 2:53 a.m., Sunday. A Mobridge Police officer and a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer were the first to arrive at the scene, where they […]

Puppy rescue story the heart of larger issues

Thor and Loki, two abandoned pups now residing at the Mobridge animal rescue, have become famous in South Dakota. Their pictures have been on the front pages of newspapers and their story has been told on state news sources from radio to television. It is a horrendous tale of abandonment and near death that the pups only avoided because a […]

CBD oil products still illegal

There has been a lot of news coverage of CBD oil in South Dakota of late, causing confusion about the legality of the products. Cannabidiol (CBD) is extracted from the flowers and buds of marijuana or hemp plants. The oil is the non-intoxicating extract from the plants that is being credited with helping treat a host of problems including epileptic […]

Selby man dies in one-vehicle accident

A Selby man died Thursday, April 18, in a one-vehicle accident north of Akaska. According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol (SDHP)spokesman, Scott Goldade, 55, was driving a 2002 Ford F150 pickup northbound on 303rd Avenue near the intersection of 140th Street when he lost control on the gravel road. The vehicle went into the east ditch, knocked over a road sign […]

No federal funds in plans for Hiddenwood

Area residents hoping to see a local state park rehabilitated heard some bad news this week as state officials reported there are no plans to repair or restore the dam at Lake Hiddenwood Recreation Area. Thursday, May 17, and Friday, May 18, in 2018 storms traveled across north central South Dakota accompanied by high winds, hail and very heavy rain, […]

On-road ATV registrations rising fast


Here is a look at the number of all-terrain vehicles registered for on-road use in South Dakota compared to registration of all on-road vehicles. Year          ATVs registered          Total vehicles registered 2009          17,913                         1,184,344 2012          24,213                         1,248,890 2015          30,375                         1,336,814 2018          38,377                         1,387,196 Source: South Dakota Department of Revenue   The number of all-terrain vehicles registered for road use in South […]


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