March 21, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

M-P to host 5-8 Grade Music Contest March 28

The Mobridge-Pollock School will be hosting a Music Contest for M-P 5th through 8th Grade students on Thursday, March 28. The Contest will run concurrently, with wood wind contestants in the Band Room and brass entries in the Choir Room. More...

M-P Students of the Month

February

Genevieve Krause 6th Grade Genevieve is the daughter of Jim and Vickie Krause. She has one sister Elizabeth who is in the 2nd grade. More...

Pasture drought recovery planning assistance available from NRCS

Drought recovery in 2013 isn’t looking promising for South Dakota’s grazing lands. More...

Correction

The Campbell County Commission story last week stated that livestock producers could get a special overweight permit for hauling cattle leaving the county. More...

M-P School Board asks for extension of $350,000 opt out

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board approved a resolution to extend the current tax opt out for another five years during action at their regular monthly meeting held Monday, March 11. More...

Easter Cantata set for Eureka on March 24

The joint Reformed Church Choirs from the Aberdeen, Ashley and Eureka Reformed Churches have been hard at work in preparation for their Annual Easter Cantata. More...

M-P MATHCOUNTS team competes

The Mobridge-Pollock Middle School MATHCOUNTS team competed in the state MATHCOUNTS competition in Pierre March 8 and 9. They placed 8th in the final team standings. Patrick Henry Middle School (Sioux Falls) and George S. More...

New book to highlight food and culture of Germans from Russia

More than two years of collecting photographs, recipes and memories of the Germans from Russia and how they survived by eating local foods has finally culminated into a beautiful 12x12 full-color, hard-cover coffee table book. More...

Project Timeline

The Project Timeline for the proposed Campbell County Wind Farm told a tale of much work going on behind the scenes by the developers, Dakota Plains Energy, even when it seemed to the local people th More...