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October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Dist. 1 candidates to hold Round Table discussion

There will be a Round Table discussion/debate among the four candidates seeking the Campbell County Commissioner Dist. 1 position at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at the Herreid Community Center. Constituents from Dist. More...

Special Sections

Sports

Double whopper

Austin Vander Wal of Washburn, N.D., had quite an evening of fishing recently. He caught a northern pike that was 43 inches long and weighed 20 lbs 4 oz. More...

YTC Weekly

The Region 4B Cross Country Meet was held last week Wednesday in Gettysburg. There were 41 girls and 51 boys competing. The top three teams qualify for the state meet and can bring up to five runners if they have that many. More...

M-P Tigers race past CEB Braves

A potent aerial attack propelled the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers to a 48- 6 win over the Cheyenne Eagle Butte Braves Friday, Oct. 17, in Eagle Butte. Mason Keller connected on five TD passes during the contest. More...

Editor's Page

From the Heartland…

If the forecast holds, we’re in for another pleasant, but dry, week of fall with a high of 71 and a nighttime low of 34 degrees. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Comments on Congress

Viewing Political Corruption More Broadly

Earlier this year, veteran political writer Thomas Edsall reported an eyebrow-raising fact aboutAmericans’ views toward government. More...

Calendar

Area Happenings

Germans From Russia The Deutsche Freiheit Chapter will hold their annual potluck meal and business meeting at the Zion Lutheran Church social room in Eureka on November 2 at 5:00 pm. More...

Community

Fundraiser benefits Senior Meals program

A Soup, Sandwich and Pie fundraiser was held at the Fin-N-Feather Steakhouse & Restaurant on Tuesday, Oct. 14. More...

Menus

Pollock Nutrition Site Monday, October 27— Goulash, green beans, apple crisp and whole wheat bread. Tuesday, October 28— Ham, sweet potatoes, peas, acini depepi fruit salad and whole wheat bread. More...

Meeting Minutes

The Pollock Community Action League met Tuesday, Oct. 7 at the Pollock Fitness Center. More...

Herreid School Board receives information on Common Core

A brief presentation was presented to the Herreid Board of Education at the Monday, Oct. 13, school board meeting to give the Board a better understanding of the new program, Common Core, which was adopted on Nov. More...

Cancer fundraiser to feature Wild Game Feed and entertainment

Friday, Nov. 7, at Pollock Community Center

There will be a Wild Game Feed and Benefit Auction in Pollock on Friday, Nov. 7. More...

M-P School Board discusses various financial and legislative concerns

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board discussed a variety of financial issues and concerns that could affect the district in the future. The discussion was held during their regular monthly meeting on Monday, October 13. More...

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Top News

Blood Drive in Herreid a success

A total of 36 people volunteered to donate blood, and 30 were able to give during Herreid Community’s October 7, 2014 blood drive. More...

Correction

In the Herreid City Council story last week, we reported that the City Council had renewed several liquor license applications. More...

Russian Quattro to perform in Mobridge

The second concert in the Bridge City Concert Series will be held Sunday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Mobridge- Pollock Jr. High Theatre. The Russian Quattro features four musicians who play a variety of music, from classical to ragtime or jazz. More...

Columns

SDSU Pierre Regional Center

The Web Soil Survey

Over the last fifty years or so the US Dept. of Ag has developed for public use “soil surveys” for each county in the United States. This is possibly one of the best tools provided to landowners and it should be used often. More...

Years Ago

100 Years AgoPrairie PicayuneOctober 1, 1914 Walter A Kludt left this morning for the Twin Cities where he will have an operation preformed on one of his eyes, which has been bothering his for the past several years. More...

Made With Love

I am sharing some pumpkin recipes this week. Hope everyone is doing fine and have a good week. More...

Ag News

Yellow Dime Day helps celebrates South Dakota’s ethanol industry

Locally produced, ethanol is a clean, renewable fuel which saves consumers nearly 30 cents per gallon at the pump compared to petroleum’s unleaded. More...

Tips for drying corn this harvest

When corn reaches maturity, the moisture content of the kernel is generally between 30 and 35 percent. More...

Cattle markets continue to set record high prices, trend expected to continue

It was another record setting week in the cattle market at the Herreid LivestockAuction (HLA) on Friday, Oct. 10, as they celebrated their 33rd Anniversary. More...

Letters

Supports Anderson

This may seem strange, that a resident of Walworth County is writing a letter of support for a candidate for County Commissioner in Campbell County. This is a Democracy and free speech is still in existence. More...

Readers Write

My wife Pat and I thoroughly enjoyed our too short visit to Pollock in lateAugust. Our visit to the Pollock Heritage Center reminded us again how rich the town is in both its people and its history. More...

Obituaries

Kost, 74

Joyce Kost, 74, of Watertown, S.D., died on Oct. 17, 2014, at Jenkins Living Center in Watertown. More...

Cullen, 69

Michael Thomas Cullen, 69, of Mandan, N.D., died Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. Per his request a small family service was held at Bismarck Funeral Home. Mike was laid to rest Monday, Oct. 13, at Union Cemetery in Mandan. More...