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There are a lot of ‘I’s and egos in play in commentary

I find myself talking to the television much more of late. Sometimes it is an under my breath comment on the intelligence level of a couch full of so-called news people. Other times it is an all out, voiced raised question thrown at a wanna-be journalist who is presenting half a story in the guise of news. From commenting on […]

Ball Five: Sooners, Vikings losses took bowl games joy right out of me

Nothing like a couple of disappointing football games to ruin what is usually two days of college bowls games. After my Oklahoma Sooners lost to Alabama on Saturday and the Vikings got dismantled by the Bears on Sunday, the bowl games just didn’t have much appeal come Monday and Tuesday. I did try to watch the Rose Bowl and Sugar […]

KATIE ZERR: Embracing age has been difficult

Facing 2019 is a daunting task for me. I guess I never really embraced 2018. It makes it just too real that I am aging and am rushing headlong into AARP eligibility. I have my card, but have been a little hesitant about using it. To me it is sort of like admitting that age has quit creeping up on […]

BALL FIVE: Tigers, Lady Tigers give us a night to remember

It’s nice when an evening comes together. I’m talking about nights like the one Mobridge-Pollock basketball teams, the coaches, student body, the parents, the fans, the media, the night everything came together for a splendid night of high school sports. First up were the Lady Tigers. They were facing a Sisseton team that the Lady Tiger basketball program had never […]


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