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Featured Stories

Catching Snow

Zander Imberi, son of Chance and Paige Imberi, plays snowball catch with his pet Colby on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Revheim Park. The snowfall in Mobridge fell short of the forecast total with about 5.6...

Three TDs in 2:27 sets up 28-0 win over Redfield

On a cold and windy Saturday afternoon, the Tigers took advantage of Redfield to score three touchdowns during a 2-minute, 27-second stretch in the second quarter. The 21-point run set up the Tigers’ 28-0 win...

Ipswich wins in night filled with exciting points

When a team loses a match 3-0, one does not usually expect the night was filled with much excitement. That was not the case on Monday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. Ipswich defeated the Lady...

Lady Tigers drop matches to Redfield, Timber Lake

Redfield defeated the Lady Tigers 3-1 in Redfield on Tuesday. The Lady Pheasants were hot early and won the first set 25-14. The Lady Tigers closed the gap after that, but Redfield won set two...

Webster Area hands Tigers first loss of season

When push came to shove, Webster Area did the shoving and defeated the Tigers 34-12 in Webster on Friday. “I give them credit. They are the number three team in state,” said coach Paul Goehring....

Treating the people of Malawi is Marciano’s life’s dream

What can draw a doctor from Mobridge into one of the poorest nations in the world deep in the heart of Africa? For Dr. Robert Marciano, it was being able to bring much needed medical...

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News

Walworth County auditor arrested on misdemeanor

The Walworth County Auditor, Rebecca Krein was served with a warrant and placed under arrest last week, for violating a law relating to providing printed...

Scarecrow Hollow opens this weekend

As the leaves turn and the nights grow cold, it signals that soon the night will be shattered with the roar of chainsaws and screams...

Treating the people of Malawi is Marciano’s life’s dream

What can draw a doctor from Mobridge into one of the poorest nations in the world deep in the heart of Africa? For Dr. Robert...

Two residents plead guilty in casino scheme

Two area residents have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that involved prescription drugs and casino award points. Meinard E. Medicine, Jr., 58,...

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Sports

Three TDs in 2:27 sets up 28-0 win over Redfield

On a cold and windy Saturday afternoon, the Tigers took advantage of Redfield to score...

Ipswich wins in night filled with exciting points

When a team loses a match 3-0, one does not usually expect the night was...

Olson, boys’ team win CSDC cross country titles

Mobridge-Pollock had a big day at the Central South Dakota Conference Meet in Gettysburg on...

Tigers can’t post low scores at State A Boys Golf Tournament

A week of practice in the cold did not help the Tigers prepare for state...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: There is going to be a humdinger here Friday

There will be a lot of who are they playing and where are they going by this time next week. Some years I know a...

KATIE ZERR: A lesson or a power play? Neither is right

Was there no other way to get a point across other than an arrest warrant and humiliation? The ongoing “Peyton Place” soap opera-like business at...

KATIE ZERR: American’s rights protected by the First Amendment

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the...

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Obituaries

Michael Kelly was a proud Irishman

Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am...

Van Ormans gave their all for family

Memorial services for Robert E. Van Orman, 80, and Joyce...

Farming was Robert Schumacher’s favorite life work

Mass of Christian Burial for Robert Schumacher, 72, of Timber...

Sheryl Keller enjoyed friends Friday and steak Saturday

Funeral services for Sheryl Keller, 65, of Mobridge, were held...

Alma Skillingstad witnessed 100 years of a changing world

Funeral services for Alma Skillingstad, 100, of Mobridge, will be...

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Cook of the Week

Pheasant recipes to try after the hunt

Pheasants and pheasant hunting have been an integral part the...

Fall harvest presents chance for a variety of recipes

This time of year area residents are canning, preserving and...

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