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The defending North Dakota Class B state champions, Linton/HMB Lions, showed they are on pace to make a second straight championship run by handing the Lady Tigers a 3-0 defeat...

The Mobridge Tribune was recognized as “Best of the Dakotas” during the semi-annual joint convention of the South Dakota Newspaper Association and the North Dakota Newspaper Association in Deadwood last...

The culinary arts classes at Mobridge-Pollock High School celebrated Indigenous People Day, Monday, Oct. 11, with frybread, wojapi and traditional Lakota soup called Wahonpi. Culinary class 1 members are (from...

The sandbar and remnants of the old Highway 12 road are showing along the shore of Lake Oahe as drought conditions have left little runoff to maintain water levels. The...

The Lady Tigers put two losing streaks to bed in two nights, defeating Ipswich 3-0 at home on Monday before winning a hard-fought 3-2 match over Aberdeen Roncalli in Aberdeen...

After a slow start, the Tigers poured it on in a 57-7 win over Dakota Hills at Tiger Stadium on Friday. On the Tigers’ first possession, Grizzly Dylan Rumpza picked...

During the Bridges Against Domestic Violence rememberence event on Saturday, Oct. 2, at the city park, Jean Blonigen (left) and Theresa Hazel read the story of the domestic abuse that...

The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 1-0 lead but could not keep momentum on their side as they fell 3-1 to Redfield in Redfield on Monday. “I think it...

Mobridge-Pollock dominated a small field at the inaugural Beau DuBray Memorial Cross Country Meet in Timber Lake on Friday. Heidi Olson won for the sixth time in seven outings. She...

A production crew from South Dakota Public Broadcasting was in Mobridge last week taping  segments for Dakota Life, a program highlighting South Dakota communities. Fay Jackman (left) told the story...

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News organizations sue Speaker Gosch

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The Sioux Falls Argus Leader and the South Dakota Newspaper Association (SDNA) have filed a lawsuit against South Dakota Speaker of the House, Republican Rep....

Four arrested in investigation linked to reported gunshot

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What started as a report of a gunshot outside of the Brown Palace Apartments on Third Street West, Wednesday, Oct. 13, ended with multiple arrests...

DCI investigating death of resident at East Side Motel

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The South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation is conducting an investigation into the death of a Mobridge woman after her body was found in a...

Redistricting Committee hears concerns about representation

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Members of the redistricting committee of the South Dakota State Legislature, chaired by Speaker of the House Spencer Gosch of Glenham, met with concerned residents...

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Defending North Dakota champs show their wares

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The defending North Dakota Class B state champions, Linton/HMB Lions, showed they are on pace...

Olson repeats region championship, boys qualify as team

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Heidi Olson won her second straight region title at the Region 4A Cross Country Meet,...

Early troubles lead to season-ending loss to Roncalli

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The Tiger football year came to an end in a season-ending loss as Aberdeen Roncalli...

Lady Tigers stop losing streaks to Roncalli, Ipswich

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The Lady Tigers put two losing streaks to bed in two nights, defeating Ipswich 3-0...

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BALL FIVE: Wolverines, Panthers poised to make noise

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For the first time since 2006, the South Dakota high school football playoffs are being staged without the Tigers, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t...

KATIE ZERR: Seeking of the truth is essential to democracy

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Recently, South Dakota has been embroiled in several controversial issues that have given our great state and its citizens a black eye, not just at...

BALL FIVE: Tigers, Cavs to play at NSU

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It’s not ideal. Ideal would be the Tigers playing the most important game of the year on their home field. But it isn’t bad. Not...

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Don Giese loved living the farm life

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Funeral services for Donald Giese, 89, of Mobridge, were held...

Clyde Naasz was dedicated educator

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Clyde Naasz, 66, of Mobridge, passed away on Monday, Oct....

Tony Schneiders’s word was worth gold

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On Oct. 12, 2021, Anton “Tony” Schneider, 89, of McLaughlin,...

James Boldt served country, community with passion

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Funeral services for James Boldt, 71, of Isabel, were held...

Helmuth Eisenbeisz probably hauled them on the school bus

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Helmuth Eisenbeisz, 96, of Mobridge, passed away on Wednesday, Oct....

Ronald Rossow was a horse man

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Funeral services for Ronald Rossow, 80, of Herreid, were held...

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