Ridgeview Produces Little Women For The Fall Play
The fall play is based on a story of four sisters growing up during the Civil War. This year’s Drama Department is tackling the fall play this year on Little Women. This play was a very heartfelt, and emotional show, the play was directed and costumed by the drama teacher Kelci Serri.
Sovereignty and Resilience: The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's Cultural Legacy and Environmental Stewardship
At the heart of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation lies Bullhead, a community emblematic of the Dakota and Lakota nations' rich cultural heritage. Bound by the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie, the tribe's history is a tapestry of contested treaties and land. Despite reductions in their territory, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe maintains a strong cultural identity, ratified in their 1959 constitution, which upholds sovereignty and treaty rights. The community's cultural events and traditions reflect a deep respect for their ancestry and sacred land, exemplifying the resilience of the Lakota and Dakota people.
Training Program for First Responders to Handle Livestock-Related Accidents
• South Dakota State University and North Dakota State University are hosting a training session for first responders to enhance their skills in dealing with vehicle accidents involving livestock.
McLaughlin man sentenced for Simple Assault
A federal judge has decided on the punishment for a McLaughlin, South Dakota, man convicted of Simple Assault. Martin Tre Black Cloud, age 20, was sentenced to six months in federal prison and a special assessment to the Federal Crime Victims Fund in the amount of $10. The evidence at...
La Plant: A Living Mosaic of Lakota Culture and Resilience
La Plant, South Dakota, a community within the Cheyenne River Reservation, stands as a vibrant emblem of the Lakota Sioux Tribe's enduring spirit and rich heritage. Known as the 'Land of the Lakota,' it is here that the traditions and history of the Native American people are not just remembered, but actively lived. The La Plant Oral History Project chronicles the town's connection to sacred rituals, once banned but now flourishing after the 1978 repeal of oppressive laws, showcasing the resilience of the Lakota culture.
Two Eagle Butte men and one Dupree man sentenced for Theft of Firearms and Third-Degree Burglary
Three South Dakota men convicted of Theft of Firearms from Federal Firearm Licensee and Third-Degree Burglary have been sentenced in US District Court. Jaylen Bleu Ducheneaux, a/k/a Jaylen Red Bear, age 24, of Eagle Butte was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, restitution, and a special assessment to the Federal Crime Victims Fund in the amount of $200.
Mobridge, Winner among communities getting Community Development Block Grants
The South Dakota Governor’s Office of Economic Development has awarded over $8.3 million in Community Development Block Grants to fund projects across South Dakota– including in Mobridge and Winner. Mobridge will use a $1.02-million grant to assist with a wastewater improvement project. Kimball will use a $770,000 grant...
Today the gas price is close to $3.09 in Mobridge as of 2023-11-29. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.246, a week ago the price is $3.281 , according to AAA.
South Dakota High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Dewey County Today - November 26
Root for your favorite local high school basketball team in Dewey County, South Dakota today by tuning in and catching every play. Info on how to watch all of the high-school action can be located below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your...
LADY PANTHERS def. LADY THUNDER HAWKS in season opener
CRST HIGH SCHOOL HOOPS | KIPI SPORTS | DEC. 6, 2023. The KIPI Sports Team was in LaPlant, SD yesterday for the Tiospaye Topa Lady Thunder Hawks season opener. The Lady Thunder Hawks hosted the Timber Lake Lady Panthers in a South Dakota High School Region 8B matchup. Lady Panther...
2023/24 CRST High School Basketball-Timber Lake Lady Panthers
Coach Record: 49-37 Key Returning Players: Jasmine Nash, Kessa Bigger, Kendyl Locken. Expectations for this season: We have high expectations for this season. We return three key players at the post position who have lots of experience playing varsity basketball. Our guards are quick we will need to put both pieces together. It’s a great group of girls and I am excited to see what they can do. -Lady Panthers Head Coach Erin Gimbel.
South Dakota Gun Heist Trio Sentenced to Federal Prison for Stealing 105 Firearms
Three individuals from South Dakota, Jaylen Bleu Ducheneaux, Weston Reid Clausen, and Whitley Traversie, have been sentenced to federal prison for their involvement in a gun heist at Reloaders Corner in Isabel, South Dakota last year. They pleaded guilty to stealing 105 firearms from the licensed federal firearm retailer, with...
Veterans Day speaker: ‘Until the last one stops speaking about them’
Vietnam Veteran Jack Bickel of Firesteel, SD, was the keynote speaker at the Veterans Day Program held in the main gym last Friday, November 10. Bickel explained that when he is asked to speak at Memorial Day and Veterans Day programs, he likes to remember the people he served with, and he concluded his speech with a reminder that he himself had been given on the death of a brother in arms: that their fallen comrade lives on “until the last one stops speaking about them.”
Reiff and Besler qualify for Regionals
Lila Besler and Channing Reiff advance to Pierre for the Oral Interp regional competition. In order to advance each student had to perform at Districts in Mobridge and place in the top 4 of their category. Lila performed a humorous piece titled "How I got a Rhinocerous into the Elevator at Saks". Channing performed a serious piece titled "Funerals are better with Tator Tots”.
Today the gas price is close to $3.29 in Mobridge as of 2023-11-22. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.281, a week ago the price is $3.345 , according to AAA.
3 South Dakota men sent to federal prison for stealing 105 guns
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - Three South Dakota men involved in a gun heist in Isabel last year are now serving time in federal prison. The three men pleaded guilty to stealing 105 firearms from Reloaders Corner, a licensed federal firearm retailer in Isabel during the weekend of Aug. 13 to 15, 2022.
Mobridge City Council meeting, November 8, 2023
At Wednesday’s (November 8th) Mobridge City Council meeting, the council approved a step increase for Mobridge Police Department dispatcher Teylor Talley. They also approved new dispatcher hire Caylor Benson. A motion to surplus the police K9, Zane, passed. Zane is now retired and moving to Minnesota with his handler.
2023/24 CRST High School Basketball Preview-Tiospaye Topa Lady Thunder Hawks
KIPI Sports | 2023-2024 CRST High School Basketball Pre-Season | Tiospaye Topa Lady Thunder Hawks. LaPlant, SD | South Dakota Region 8B | 10-11 (last year overall record) There’s a bit of a buzz and excitement surrounding the Lady Thunder Hawks this upcoming season. They return 3 starters but mainly their “double-double” machine and anchor in the middle Lei’lani (Lou) Bowker. Her sophomore averages of 18.3ppg, 14.7rpg and 1.9bpg have her primed for a huge junior campaign. K’launa Buffalo returns with her sophomore averages of 8.5ppg, 3.1rpg, 2apg and 1.8spg. This junior combo guard will be looked upon to take on more of a leadership role with her relentless defense and high motor. The 3rd returning starter and the 2022-23 KIPI “Freshman of the Year” is Sophomore Pamela Meeter. Pamela’s averages of 6ppg, 2.9rpg, 1.9apg and 2.9spg see her as a bit of a stat sheet stuffer, and with the departure of senior point guard Kaylynn Holy Bear, Meeter will take the role as starting point guard for Coach LeCompte’s 2023-24 Lady Thunder Hawks. All three of these players have gained major experience over the spring/summer traveling team circuit. The high scoring Lady Heat travelling team have solidified themselves by making their way to the championship game in almost every tournament they played at over the off-season, and with an abundance of experience expect great things from Tiospaye Topa Girls Basketball. An “X” factor for this season could be freshman point guard Madison Jeffries. She also played a role with the Lady Heat over the summer. Madison has tremendous game potential on both ends of the floor. Topa could make a serious run with 4 players capable of scoring in double figures, and it doesn’t hurt that these young ladies played together over the last five months. Angel Benson and Azlyn Swan could also help this talented Lady Thunder Hawks team, who were able to secure the 1 seed at the upcoming Lakota Nation Invitational. (He Sapa bracket) Kris Meeter brought excitement back to Tiospaye Topa, but these Lady Thunder Hawks could sustain the hype over the next few years.
South Dakota Men Sentenced in Major Gun Theft Case
RAPID CITY, S.D. - In a notable enforcement action against firearms theft, three South Dakota men have been condemned to spend significant time in federal prison for a large-scale gun theft. The individuals, identified as Jaylen Bleu Ducheneaux, Weston Reid Clausen, and Whitley Traversie, admitted guilt to the theft of 105 firearms from Reloaders Corner, a federal firearm dealer in Isabel, during an orchestrated burglary in August 2022.
Three men sentenced in theft, burglary after 105 firearms stolen from Isabel gun store
PIERRE, S.D.- Three South Dakota men were convicted of Theft of Firearms from a Federal Firearm Licensee, and Third-Degree Burglary. These convictions all stem from a burglary of Reloaders Corner in Isabel, South Dakota, which is a licensed federal firearms retailer. The burglary took place on the weekend of August 14 to 15 in 2022, and 105 firearms were stolen. Some of these firearms were then illigeally trafficked, and a release from the District of South Dakota United States Attorney’s Office states that the firearms have been recovered "in various communities in South Dakota and throughout the Midwest."