The Stanley County Buffaloes basketball team, fresh off a loss to the Todd County Falcons the previous night, faced the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Tuesday night.,Buff coach Max Foth told the Capital Journal that Tuesday’s win was a great one for his team.,The Buffs were led by senior forward Brady Hoftiezer, who had a team high 25 points and six rebounds.,Speaking of Tigers, the Buffs will face the White River Tigers (14-2, no. 1 in Region 7B and no. 1 in Class B) on Thursday night at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre.,The high powered Tigers have scored 90 points or more four times this season, including two 100 point games.

The Stanley County Lady Buffaloes basketball team saw their game that was to take place on Thursday night against Mobridge-Pollock get postponed due to the forecasted weather.,Mobridge, where the game was to be played, was under a wind chill advisory until 8 a.m. CT on Friday.,The game has been rescheduled for next Friday.,The Junior varsity game is still scheduled to take place at 6:30 p.m. CT, with varsity to take the court following the junior varsity game.,Fans unable to make it to the game can see a stream of it on the MOPO Tigers Live YouTube page, or by going to liveticket.tv.

FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — During Thursday’s trustee meeting, Zoning Inspector Adam Booth said he is waiting for a response from a private consulting firm to 15 questions on the final revisions to the zoning code.,Trustee Barry Miner agreed, saying they were 25 years out from 1993 and pointed to issues with enforcement.,He advised trustees he wanted answers to the questions, submitted by the zoning commission’s text review meeting, held last month.,Also, in other business, Miner said there will be a meeting with Howells and Baird Engineers to set a bid date for the large-diameter culvert project that will address four priority culvert areas determined to be the worst.,During the December meeting, Miner said, “Spring is the optimum time, my concern is we’ve talked about this a long time and I don’t want to be sitting here if we have a failure.”

The Buffs (no. 4 in Region 6A) improve their record to 7-7 with the victory.,They will host the Todd County Falcons (10-7, no. 5 in Region 7A) at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Monday night.,The Falcons are coming off a 79-77 victory over the Miller Rustlers (no. 5 in Region 6A) in Miller on Saturday night.,Fans are encouraged to get to the game early, as Monday is the Stanley County Booster Club Soup/Chili Cookoff.,Proceeds go to the Stanley County Booster Club.

The Stanley County Buffaloes basketball team played their first home game in nearly two weeks on Monday night.,The Buffs clawed their way to within one point at the end of the third quarter.,The Falcons were led by senior guard Aiden Bizardie, who had a game high 26 points.,Hoftiezer had 21 points, while Fischer had 20 points.,The Buffs will next see action on Tuesday night when they host the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers at Parkview Gymnasium.

It has inspired the name of a new research project that nearly two dozen teenage boys in the Milwaukee County Accountability Program (MCAP) at Vel R. Phillips Juvenile Justice Center began last month.,And perhaps most importantly, as their research begins, students will write to community leaders who can help them answer their research questions and bridge the gap between the inside of Vel R. Phillips and the communities they’ve left behind temporarily.,Civics teacher Rob Kalpinski and Map Your World’s Doug Baisley worked together to have students research influential Black historical figures during Black History Month and present their findings on posters to members of the school district.,Baisley and the Civics team had created resource folders for individual students and begun filling them with articles; they had also recently had them finish mapping community assets in their home ZIP Codes; and since then students have written, revised, and sent letters to many of those community assets, inviting them to visit Vel R. Phillips and share their wisdom.,Dean Heus, the other principal of Vel R. Phillips School, witnesses how students grow in maturity: “This is due to the efforts of the students themselves, families, Running Rebels, county supports and other helpful people like our educators.

The Stanley County Buffaloes, Miller/Highmore-Harrold Bandits and Sully Buttes Chargers wrestling teams all met up for the Big Dakota Conference Wrestling Tournament at Parkview Gymnasium in Fort Pierre on Saturday.,23 teams in total competed in the one day tournament.,The Bandits placed 11th with 55 team points, while the Chargers placed 21st with six team points.,The Winner Warriors won the Big Dakota Conference Wrestling Tournament by getting 185 team points.,Action for that tournament is scheduled to start at 10 a.m.

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RUSHCREEK TOWNSHIP - Eight hours of constant rain, and melted snow has caused high water throughout the county, closing some roads.,At midday Wednesday more than a foot and half of water had covered Holliday Road in Rushcreek Township.,"A little bit farther into the ditch and she might not have been as lucky," Myers said as he waited to switch a high water sign to a road closed sign.,Myers said several roads in the township were covered by water, and he expected more to be closed as the day and rain went on.,"It's really important that people don't drive around road closed or high water signs," said Jon Kochis, Fairfield County Emergency Management director.

With a natural ability to lead, you would never know that this professional keeper is only 16-years-old and just signed a contract with Orange County Soccer Club.,“I coached in the academy level, I’ve coached youth soccer and now all the way up to the professional ranks and there’s a tremendous amount of talent out here.,Orange County is home to some of the ripest soccer talent in the country.,They are signing kids like Cervantes to contracts and fostering an environment where that talent can develop.,It is the equivalent of the minor leagues of Major League Soccer and is becoming a big ticket with homegrown talent.

On January 12, investigators say the body of 65-year-old Michael Redlick was discovered inside the Winter Park home that he shared with his wife, 45-year-old Danielle Justin Redlick.,On the same day that the investigation into Michael Redlick's death had begun, police learned that Danielle Redlick violated a probation rquirement that she abstain from alcohol.,According to a police report, Danielle Redlick first told authorities that her husband may have had a fatal heart attack, but she later told them he had stabbed himself.,Police say she also admitted that she and her husband were the only two people at their home at the reported time of her husband's death.,Court records show that Danielle Redlick filed for divorce from her husband last March, but she later withdrew and they never got divorced.