2019-02-28

Braves edge Tigers with buzzer beater



M-P and Cheyenne Eagle Butte clashed for the second time in four days when they met up on the floor of the Braves on Thursday, Feb. 21. It was a much closer contest and it took some last second heroics but the Braves pulled off another win, 47-45, with a trey at the final buzzer. In a fast paced first […]

Sen. Cronin Reports



Hello from Pierre! We are right in the middle of the legislative session currently and things are getting very busy. The Bureau of Finance and Management and Legislative Research Council have presented their revenue projections for fiscal year 2020. The fiscal year in South Dakota starts on July 1st and runs to June 30th. Now that we have seen what […]

North Dakota Senate Report




The first period of the 66th legislative session came to a conclusion this past Wednesday. Other than the bills that have already failed to pass in either chamber, all bills are still a work-in-progress. Remaining budgets will still be subject to change and will remain so until we decide on a final budget in March. Remaining policy bills are still […]

North Dakota House Report




Hi everyone, your House of Representatives is at crossover break. We worked exhaustively until Wednesday evening to complete all of our bills. Many of the most important bills were acted on the last day. I will report on some of the most important bills. HB 1001—raises for state legislators. I voted against this bill. It passed 87 yes to 6 […]

North Dakota House Report




It’s halftime for this session of the N.D. Legislature. After a break, the House will begin working this week on bills passed by the Senate, and the Senate will start on bills passed by the House. The big news last week was passage of HB 1066, the so-called Prairie Dog Bill. If passed by the Senate and signed into law […]

Democratic Caucus Report




Sen. Heinert released the following column wrapping up the sixth week of Legislative Session: Greetings again from Pierre. Because it can be difficult to keep up with all that’s happening at the Capitol, I wanted to give you a few updates on the legislation coming from our caucus to help meet the challenges our state faces, and to make sure […]

Lady Wolverines end season at 17-5



The Herreid-Selby Area Wolverines would see their season end at the hands of the Faulkton Area Lady Trojans as they were defeated by a score of 53-27. Madalynn Schumacher would hit the first basket of the game on a short jumper, Rylee Rossow would connect down low on a nice feed from Annaliese Goehring and Schumacher would follow with another […]

Activities



Herreid School Monday, March 4—Festival Choir at Mobridge. Tuesday, March 5—Boys Basketball SODAK 16 Playoff. Thursday, March 7—Girls Basketball State B Tourney at Huron. Friday, March 8—Regular School Day (Make-Up Day); Girls Basketball State B Tourney at Huron. Saturday, March 9—Girls Basketball State B Tourney at Huron. Mobridge-Pollock School Monday, March 4—K-12 Music at Mobridge-Pollock Middle School, 9:00 a.m.; SDMEA […]

Lady Wolverines advance to Region Final



It wasn’t a pretty start, but the Lady Wolverines got things straightened out midway through the second quarter and carried on to advance to the regional final with at 56-37 win over Eureka-Bowdle. Rachel Fiedler (23 points and six treys) and Rylee Rossow (16 points, 10 rebounds) gave the Wolverines a one-two punch that would eventually break the Patriot defenses. […]

Strasburg Care Center



Harold Ryckman is here on a regular basis to visit with Mary Ryckman.Also visiting was Jim Puppe. Here to visit with Delvin Van Beek this past week was Judy Van Beek on a regular basis as well as Jerome Pool, Mel and Darlene Loebs and Daren Graber of Fredonia. Stopping in to visit with Dennis Haan included Mary Ann Haan […]