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Featured Stories

Six Tigers punch tickets for state tournament

Six Tigers kept their seasons alive by placing at the Region 4B Wrestling Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. Seniors Isaac Olson and Tucson Freeman, juniors Jacob Steiger and Jon Keller and sophomores Isaac Aman...

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte proves quicker than Tigers

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte used a quick start to take the lead and hold off the Tigers for a 63-48 win at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Monday. The Braves outscored the Tigers 20-8 in the first...

Continuing snow creates problems

The city of Mobridge has had an unusual amount of snow during the month of February causing snow build-up along the streets and highway. Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison urges residents to drive carefully and...

NHS Fundraiser

National Honor Society members (from left) Isaac Olson, Hannah Stroeder and Lauren Thompson tape math teacher Steven Anthony to the gymnasium wall prior to the Tigers’ basketball game on Monday. Anthony was the winning teacher...

Care Center’s closing meant more than just losing jobs

“There are no words to describe how hard it was to watch this all unravel. It was heartbreaking.” That is how Nadine Alexander, a 29-year employee at the Mobridge care center, described the final months...

Rick’s is Back in Business

Mobridge restaurateur Rick Christman is back in business after four months of construction at the well-known Rick’s Cafe on Main Street. What started out as a roof patch job ended up also being a full-fledged...

I Hate Winter

Cornhole players Wade Sandland (left) and Amanda Silbernagel were part of the 18 teams that participated in the annual tournament as part of the ‘I Hate winter’ party, held Saturday, Feb. 9 at Scherr-Howe Event...

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News

Rural health initiatives fill life-saving gaps in remote areasFree Access

The Helmsley Charitable Trust has invested nearly $100 million to improve rural health care in South Dakota. The newest initiative is technology allowing heart surgeries to be done robotically for patients in isolated areas.

Obtaining quality medical care is difficult for the roughly 350 residents of Bison, S.D, and studies show that they and others living in remote rural...

Continuing snow creates problems

The city of Mobridge has had an unusual amount of snow during the month of February causing snow build-up along the streets and highway. Mobridge...

Council tables hiring a full-time fire chief

On Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Mobridge City Council, after a lengthy and sometimes heated discussion, tabled a plan to hire a full-time fire chief for...

Care Center’s closing meant more than just losing jobs

“There are no words to describe how hard it was to watch this all unravel. It was heartbreaking.” That is how Nadine Alexander, a 29-year...

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Sports

Six Tigers punch tickets for state tournament

Six Tigers kept their seasons alive by placing at the Region 4B Wrestling Tournament in...

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte proves quicker than Tigers

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte used a quick start to take the lead and hold off the Tigers...

Braves push past Lady Tigers in second half

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte pulled away in the second half to double the Lady Tigers 70-35 in...

Stanley County takes down Tigers to end winning streak

The Tigers’ six-game winning streak crashed and burned in a 61-42 loss to Stanley County...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Developing thick skin is a necessity

“You have to grow a rhinoceros skin.” That was the advice I received when I first started this job 18 years ago. My mentors at...

BALL FIVE: Snow has caused some scrambling by teams to get schedule complete

The winter of our shoveling discontent hasn’t been as hard on the Tiger and Lady Tigers basketball schedules as it has been on some teams...

KATIE ZERR: ‘Kicking the can down the road’ causes problems

There are several ways of thinking when it comes to taking actions. We can plod along, ignoring a problem, hoping things will get better if...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Marlyn Bender funeral is Saturday at UCC

Funeral services for Marlyn Bender, 84, of Mobridge, will be...

Brian Lindeman loved hunting, fishing and fast sports cars

Funeral services for Brian Lindeman, 42, of Mobridge, will be...

Virginia Simons funeral held

Funeral services for Virginia Simons, 95, of Selby, were held...

Lester Gosch was an accomplished athlete

Funeral services for Lester Gosch, 80, of Pierre, and formerly...

Ardy Quenzer had infectious laugh

Ardella (Anderson) Quenzer, 71, passed away suddenly on Feb. 4,...

Alvin ‘Bud’ Springer passes

Alvin “Bud” Springer was born in Murdo on Nov. 29,...

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Cook of the Week

Pam Hare has distinguished Taco Bell career

Pam (Overseth) Hare, a successful Rapid City resident, is a...

Cook Aubriauna Diaz wears a lot of hats

Aubriauna Diaz, who likes to refer to herself with tongue...

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