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Blowing ’em away

Members of the 2021 Cheer Cubs performed during the Mobridge-Pollock and Groton Area game  Saturday, Feb. 6. Cheer Cubs, Swayze Beitelspacher (left) daughter of Derik Beitelspacher, and Letty Fryhling, daughter...

Mobridge family faces health crisis with humor, hope

A Mobridge family is dealing with a health crisis of the highest priority as the patriarch faces heart and kidney transplants. The Jim Tolley family, Jim, Mariah, Joe and Michael,...

Rah-rah

The student section at the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers vs. Groton Tigers basketball games Saturday, Feb. 6, show their enthusiasm while cheering on the home team.

Tigers pull off close wins over Groton, Stanley County

In a game that was a back-and-forth struggle, the Tigers outscored Stanley County 9-5 over the last four minutes to win a 52-48 game in Fort Pierre on Tuesday. The...

Anthem Ensemble

The Mobridge-Pollock select girls’ ensemble were chosen by audition to perform the National Anthem at the South Dakota State Class B Wrestling Tournament in Rapid City on Friday, Feb. 26,...

Xandrea Bearsheart to wrestle in first-ever tourney

The first-ever State Girls Wrestling Tournament will be held Feb. 25-27 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, and among those competing will be Lady Tiger senior Xandrea...

Documentary follows the creation of Lopez’s MP Tiger sculpture

Renown South Dakota artist John Lopez is working to cement the City of Mobridge’s reputation as a center of fine art as the city will soon be home to two...

Pearman takes third, Bearsheart fourth at Big Dakota

Kamron Pearman and Jesse Bearsheart earned medals at the Big Dakota Conference Tournament in Fort Pierre on Saturday. Pearman took third place at 145 pounds where his only loss was...

Lady Tigers finish strong in wins over Timber Lake, North Central

The Lady Tigers continued their solid play in the second half to defeat Timber Lake 51-44 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. “That’s a huge win for us,” said...

Tigers put first half whooping on Panthers

The Tigers got back to winning in a big way with a 70-27 win over Timber Lake at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. Everything started with outside shooting. Cayden...

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News

Mobridge family faces health crisis with humor, hope

A Mobridge family is dealing with a health crisis of the highest priority as the patriarch faces heart and kidney transplants. The Jim Tolley family,...

Auctions, prizes plentiful at annual MRA Grandstand Gala fundraiser

The Mobridge Rodeo Association’s (MRA) seventh annual Grandstand Gala fundraiser will have a wide variety of auction items and prizes that will appeal to everyone....

Documentary follows the creation of Lopez’s MP Tiger sculpture

Renown South Dakota artist John Lopez is working to cement the City of Mobridge’s reputation as a center of fine art as the city will...

Council approves garbage rate hike starting March 1

The Mobridge City Council Tuesday, Feb. 9, approved a 65 cent rate increase for the garbage pick-up in the city. The city entered into a...

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Sports

Tigers pull off close wins over Groton, Stanley County

In a game that was a back-and-forth struggle, the Tigers outscored Stanley County 9-5 over...

Groton Area gets physical, defeats Lady Tigers 54-39

Groton Area used a physical style of play to defeat the Lady Tigers 54-39 at...

Xandrea Bearsheart to wrestle in first-ever tourney

The first-ever State Girls Wrestling Tournament will be held Feb. 25-27 at the Rushmore Plaza...

Wrestlers vie for state berths at Region 4 tourney in Fort Pierre

Senior Kamron Pearman will be wrestling for his fourth state tournament appearance in five years,...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: We should have seen Tampa Bay Super Bowl win coming

Looking back at the Super Bowl on Sunday, it’s a wonder no one saw it coming. While I thought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were going...

KATIE ZERR: Remembering history to keep our guard up

Have we turned the corner with COVID-19 in our state or are we in for another upswing when we let our guard down? Throughout our...

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Obituaries

Roy Ziegler had career in education

Roy Ziegler, 91, of Mitchell, died on Tuesday, Feb. 2,...

Wanda Cadotte loved working with youth

Wanda Marie Cadotte, 83, of Flandreau, passed away on Saturday,...

Joyce Hamilton loved travel

Joyce A. Hamilton passed away on Jan. 25, 2021, at...

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