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Ipswich Lady Tigers sail past Mobridge-Pollock

Lady Tigers clashed with Lady Tigers on Friday night, February 1. It was the Ipswich Lady Tigers that won the match up, 73-32. The Ipswich Tigers broke away from the M-P Tigers quickly by mid quarter they were up 15-0 and had forced 5 turnovers. More...

Lady Wolverines suffer first loss of the year, fall to Summit, 62-38

Herreid-Selby Area came up short in the battle of the undefeated as the Lady Wolverines fell to Summit 62-38 in Aberdeen on Tuesday, Jan. 29. More...

YTC Weekly

In action last week Monday (28th), Sully Buttes defeated Timber Lake 63-40; while last Tuesday saw Summit hand Herreid/Selby Area their first loss of the season 62-38 and Sully Buttes defeat Jones County 57-31. More...

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From the Heartland…

Highs this week should range from 23 to 38 degrees with lows in the 8- to 21-degree category. Snow showers are mentioned, and wind is expected to be from 8 to 14 miles per hour. More...

That’s Life

Imperfect heroes

I struggled in the days before the Super Bowl trying to reconcile my admiration for Ray Lewis, the Ravens linebacker, with the man who was convicted of obstructing justice 12 years ago in Atlanta when two men, involved in a fight with Lewis’fri More...

Churches

Church Activities

Herreid Assembly of God Church Sunday February 10 the Herreid Assembly of God Church will he having a service at the Good Samaritan in Herreid at 7:00 pm. Come join us as we worship the Lord together. Herreid Assembly of God Church More...

Letters

Readers Write

So sorry I’m late. Time goes too fast but I never be with out Pioneer. Thank you so much Phyllis Volzke More...

Writer clarifies position on school sentinels

I am writing to commend Dwight Wiest for his ironclad support of the Second Amendment in his letter which you printed in this paper a few weeks back. More...

Obituaries

Anderson, 90

Bernice Anderson, 90, of Mobridge died Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, at the Golden Living Center in Mobridge. More...

Peterson, 70

Don Peterson, 70, of Pollock died Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013. More...

Moser, 61

Barb C. Moser, 61, of Selby, S.D., died Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013, at the Mobridge Regional Hospital. Mass of Christian Burial for Barb C. Moser will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Selby. More...

A Peterson Family Benefit is planned for Saturday, Feb. 16

A benefit for the family of Doug Peterson is planned for Saturday, Feb. 16. A Spaghetti Supper, along with a silent auction and live auction, will be held at the Pollock School and Community Center. The Spaghetti Supper will run from 5-7 p.m. More...

Strong ag, local economy credited for Campbell Co. Bank’s strength

The Campbell County Bank completed 2012 in a strong position, which reflects the area’s agricultural economy, according to President/ CEO Dean Schwartz of Herreid. More...

Daffodil Days brings thoughts of spring and hope for a cancer cure

American Cancer Society volunteers in Campbell County are reminding everyone to think of spring, and join the annual Daffodil Days effort to fight cancer. More...

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Management contract with St. Alexius brings benefits to the Linton Hospital

The Linton Hospital recently received two patient chairs from St.Alexius Medical Center that would have cost $2,500 if purchased new. More...

M-P MATHCOUNTS team places first in Eureka

The Mobridge-Pollock MATHCOUNTS team participated in a competition in Eureka on Jan. 23. They earned strong scores in the team round to launch the team into 1st Place in the team standings. More...

USDA proposes new standards for school snack options

USDA has opened the public comment period on proposed new standards to ensure that children have access to healthy food options in school, including those with protein as their main ingredient. More...

Columns

Rep. Cronin Reports

We are currently in week four of the legislative session and the debate continues to rise. I was beginning to think that this session may only see a kumbaya of representatives as the bills passed in the first few weeks went smoother than years past. More...

Sen. Brown Reports

The pace of the legislative session has definitely picked up. There was also a minor record set as the senate managed to introduce 240 bills this session… more than any of the five years that I have served. More...

Democratic Caucus Report

This Week in Pierre-Jan. 28-31, 2013 Updates from House Minority Leader, Bernie Hunhoff and Senate Minority Leader, Jason Frerichs More...

Ag News

Farmers Union applauds work with COOL

North Dakota Farmers Union and National Farmers Union are commending a recently formed bipartisan coalition of senators, led by Jon Tester (D-Mont.), in calling on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the office of the U.S. More...

SDSU Pierre Regional Center

Thanks Mike! More...

Community

Free parent education session Feb. 14

Parents of a child with behavioral difficulties may often feel at a loss before, during and/or after frustrating outbursts. When these occur, parents want tools they can use on the spot. More...

SD Picnic planned for Feb. 24 in Florida

The 61st Annual South Dakota Picnic will be held indoors on Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Woodbrook Estates Mobile Home Park Recreation Center, 1510 Ariana Street, Lakeland, Fla. More...

Meetings

Herreid Economic Development Corp.

The Herreid Economic Development Corp. (HEDC) will hold its next monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 14 @ 10 a.m. in the City Finance Office. More...