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The Mobridge Beef 'n Fun committee takes beef promotion seriously and has for 37 years. One of the original members of the committee that established the event, John Badgley, said even though changes are made, the basis of this event, to promote the Ag industry in our area, has remained the same.
On the recommendation of a hiring committee consisting of Ward II Councilwoman Amy Cerney, Mayor Jamie Dietterle and Mobridge businessman Travis Vetch, the city council in a special meeting Friday, Sept. 5, approved the hiring of Goldsmith.
The Mobridge Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee took the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS to new heights Thursday, Sept. 4 with the help of Premier Equipment.
A former Mobridge resident and pastor of the Cornerstone Community Church, Timothy Thompson, was arrested in the Denver area on a warrant for one count of sexual contact with a child under 16, a Class 3 felony.
According to Walworth County State's Attorney Jamie Hare, Taylor Gullickson was arrested on a warrant for aiding and abetting grand theft, a Class six felony, when she Gullickson is alleged to have been involved with an accomplice in several thefts and shoplifting incidents which have occurred in Mobridge over the last several months.
Sally Perman had planned to work for seven years when she began her career the Good Samaritan Society in Selby, but 31 years later proves things don't always goes as planned.
The Mobridge area has experienced some improvement in the pheasant numbers as this year's brood count shows, but not as much as other parts of the state.
Changing tradition is sometimes a difficult decision and so it was for the Mobridge Beef 'n Fun Committee, when it decided to end the annual free beef feed that has been a part of the celebration for 36 years.
Thunderstorms tracked across much of northern KELOLAND overnight. The heaviest rain and severe weather tracked west of Mobridge during the evening, with flash flooding south of Mobridge.
The Mobridge City Council took a first step in a proposed development at Shor Acres and action to eliminate safety hazards at the Phansteil building.
Shayla Gayton of Kenel did her part in helping to raise funds for the Children's Miracle Network Thursday, Aug. 14, by purchasing a blizzard at the Mobridge Dairy Queen.
Updated: Thu Sep 11, 2014 03:43 am
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