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Pebble Drive-In celebrates 10-year anniversary

‘Every year seems to get better and better’

When owners Heidi and Cordell Meidinger began Pebble Drive In 10 years ago this summer in Herreid, Heidi said she never imagined the business would have grown to be as busy as it is today. “We started with five employees and we have 15 now. It’s been wonderful and we just seem to grow more each year,” Heidi explained. “I […]

Campbell County sees 44% voter turnout during primary election

Unofficial results announce winners of District 23

Campbell County saw about a 44 percent voter turnout during the June 7 primary election with 488 ballots cast at five precincts out of 1,105 registered voters. Voter turnout According to Campbell County Auditor Lisa Perman, this turnout is slightly higher than the last two primary elections. In the 2020 primary, Campbell County saw about 41% of its registered voters […]

4-H’ers take on state in shooting sports

Group growing strong in Campbell County

Campbell County had 14 youth qualify for shooting games this year, with 10 students traveling to represent the local 4-H group at the state capitol. Throughout spring, about 20 youth participated in the Campbell County 4-H group practicing archery and shooting. In the shooting program, the students have the opportunity to learn how to shoot BB guns and air pistols […]

Honoring those who gave all

Campbell County hosted several Memorial Day pro-grams to honor service men and women who fought for freedom. Check out page 6 and 7 for more photos and information. Pictured above, the Jacob A. Heinrich American Legion Post #170 perfomed the 21 Gun Salute. Members included Hunter Stark, Logan Stark, Bryce Meyer, David Knudson, Robert Weisbeck, Kar-son Vander Vorst, Luke Renner, […]

Celebrating the class of 2022 in Campbell County

Herreid Graduation Commencement was held Saturday, May 21 at the Herreid High School Gym. The class of 2022 originally started out with three students in Kindergarten gaining five new members the last several years. Graduating were Ryan Jochim, Elizabeth Stoppler, Paige Hall, Angel Mills, Maggie Neeley, Isabella Brandner, Trey Sayler and Trevor Sayler. Mobridge-Pollock class of 2022 officially graduates with […]

Company makes ‘tremendous’ tool donation to Herreid School


A North Dakota company made a donation to Herreid School District after having a “big success” through an annual sales promotion. In the month of April, Green Iron Equipment of Ashley, North Dakota, hosted an annual spring clinic promoting “Buy a Tool/Give a Tool,” at their store. Through the program, the store pledged to match any tools purchased during their […]

What a catch!

On Mother’s Day, Justin Kappes of Pollock caught this monster near his hometown while fishing with his parents. Kappes said the “giant” comes in at 31.5 inches and weighs 10.58 pounds.  Thank you for reading our news. An active subscription is required is to view this content. Please Login below or Subscribe today!

And, ACTION!

 “No Place Like Nowhere” was performed at the Herreid School on April 29. Members of the cast included Trey Sayler, Owen Salverson, Ender Robey, Natan Schumacher, Jada Rossow, Pausha Meidinger, Nathan Bradford, Paige Hall, Matthew Neeley, Darion Barker, Ashley Hanson, Jordyn Rossow, Breanna Jochim, Jenna Jochim, Sophia Ritter, Stephanie Allbee, Angel Mills, Bella Brandner and Kaden Sayler. Pictured above, Covert […]

Wind gusts near 80 mph strike Mound City, County

Only minor outages reported

Campbell County saw wind gusts near 80 mph during a low-pressure system that hung around the Mound City area for much of the day.  According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Connelly, the storm system swept through Campbell County causing a wind gust of 79 mph to hit the Mound City area at 12:03 a.m. April 23.  Surprisingly enough, that […]

Happy Easter!

Since December of 2014, Moser has been running the Oahe Sunset Resort. Prior to moving to Pollock, she served on the board of directors for the Onamia, Minn., Lions Club, including positions as both secretary and treasurer. She also served on the Onamia Civic Association (an organization which she said is a lot like the Pollock Area Development Corporation) for […]


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