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Sage Brush Gun Club

Mobridge- The Sage Brush Gun Club will have their annual fund raiser shoot on June 10th at The Sage Brush shooting range on The Landis Ranch at the base of Red Top Hill west of Mobridge.  In the past the gun club has raised funds for Honor Flight and felt this year that the...
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Casey Tibbs Match of Champions 2010

Saturday’s Casey Tibbs Match of Champions Offers Full Day of Events

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Saturday brings the 2012 Casey Tibbs Match of Champions to the Stanley County Fairgrounds–to benefit the Casey Tibbs South Dakota Rodeo Center. There will be a full day of activities-starting at the center–on the hill above Fort Pierre. The day begins at noon with a branding, in which...
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Safe Routes to School Program Awards $930,000 in Grants to Highmore and Other Locales

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) The South Dakota Department of Transportation awarded close to a million dollars in grants to nine South Dakota communities through the DOT’s Safe Routes to School program. Centerville received the largest award of just over $205,000. Other community awards included $20,195 for Highmore. Applicants had to create ways to...
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Mobridge-Pollock School District Gets Grant

Mobridge, S.D. – (DRGNews.com) One of three federal grant funded by the state department of education had been awarded to the Mobridge-Pollock School District. The grant is a 5 year grant that will disperse a little under $80,000 a year to theSchool District. Mobridge-Pollock CFO Christy Shaefbauer said they applied for this grant in...
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Safety Belt Check in Mobridge

Mobridge, S.D. – (DRGNews.com) A Safety Belt Check was conducted today at 8am in Mobridge with the help of the Mobridge Police Dept., the Walworth County Sheriff’s Dept., Campbell County Sheriff, and staff from Dakota Radio Group. The check point was positioned at the intersection of 20th st and 4th ave e. Most motorists...
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Emergency Response Drill May 31, 2012

Local Emergency Responders Take Part in Drill This Morning

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Pierre and Fort Pierre emergency responders spent the morning taking part in a disaster drill today. Several different agencies were represented at the emergency exercise, which started this morning just after eight. Captain Dave Panzer of the Pierre Police Department says police, sheriff’s departments, fire and rescue, ambulance...
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Hoven History up for Auction

Hoven, S.D. – (DRGNews.com) Five Pieces of Hoven history will be auctioned off in hopes to raise money for a new smaller clinic this Saturday. 5 15 foot stained glass windows that once hung in the chapel of the now closed Holy Infant Hospital in Hoven, which were installed 4 years after the hospital opened...
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The Highway Patrol Kicks Off 100 Days of Heat Safe Driving Campaign

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) The South Dakota Highway Patrol kicked off its “100 Days of Heat” Safe Driving Campaign within the past week and also conducted a state-wide enforcement saturation on Friday. Officials say that more than half of the state’s traffic fatalities occur during summer months and the holiday designations of Memorial...
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Nebraska High Court Won’t Take Up Pipeline Case

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The Nebraska Supreme Court has refused to hear a direct challenge to the state’s new pipeline siting law. The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the court on Wednesday declined to take quick action. Pipeline opponents had hoped the court would use its power of original jurisdiction. The lawsuit filed May...
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Biologists Hope Shad Boost Oahe Forage Base

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – State fisheries biologists in North Dakota and South Dakota are working together to stock Lake Oahe (oh-AW’-hee) with hundreds of adult gizzard shad, a food for game fish sought by anglers. Last summer’s historic Missouri River flooding flushed a large number of young rainbow smelt through the Oahe Dam, drastically...
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