Mobridge Weather

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Featured Stories

Rain causes area flooding

More than eight inches of rain fell in some places in the Mobridge area last night, causing flooding in the area. These photos of the dam, road and spillway washout at Lake Hiddenwood State Park,...

Book Fair

Jameson Ford spent hours recreating Michael Crichton’s “The Lost World,”  a story of a paleontologist’s search for a “lost world” of dinosaurs. Ford’s project and those of other MP students were on display at the...

Graduation Farewell

Nicolette Longbrake wipes away a tear during class president Jason Gerry’s farewell to the seniors at the Class of 2018 graduation ceremony Sunday, May 13, held at the MPHS gym.

15 Years in Business

Tim (left) and Connie (right) Frailing celebrated their 15th year at Bridge City Small Engines in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of their employee Charlotte Walth (center.) The Frailings held an open house in celebration...

Tigers win Central Conference title

On a rainy, gloomy day, the Tigers used a 184-point effort and four event titles to win the boys’ division at the Central South Dakota Conference Track and Field Meet at Tiger Stadium on Saturday....

Lightning Strikes

Mother Nature put on a show Monday, May 7, as thunderstorms traveled through the area. There were multiple lightening strikes before and during the storm. Mobridge resident Stephanie Dame had perfect timing in catching this...

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News

Local man dies in Bowdle house fire

A local resident lost his life in a fire, Friday, May 11, in a house fire near Bowdle. According to Walworth County Sheriff Josh Boll,...

Commission to vote on jail project first meeting in July

Walworth County Commissioners will hear a presentation on the proposed new jail facility in June and will vote on whether to move forward with the...

Bowdle man dies in house fire

A local resident lost his life in a fire, Friday, May 11, in a house fire near Bowdle. According to Walworth County Sheriff Josh Boll,...

Black Hills LLC now in charge of Mobridge healthcare facility

Last week a South Dakota judge ordered that 19 healthcare facilities in the state, including the Mobridge Care and Rehabilitation Center, be put under receivership....

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Sports

Tigers win Central Conference title

On a rainy, gloomy day, the Tigers used a 184-point effort and four event titles...

Weisbeck medals at Parkston Invite

The Lady Tigers ran into the toughest field of players they have seen this year...

Tigers/ Lady Tigers dominate truncated Rotary Relays field

With the annual Rotary Relays not as stout as they usually are due to the...

Henderson named most valuable sprinter at Britton

Landyn Henderson was named most valuable sprinter at the Orville Pfitzer Relays in Britton on...

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Opinions

BALL FIVE: Time for bus-filling track and field region meets

It’s time for that annual spring ritual for the Mobridge-Pollock track team, starting with a small number and making a large team to go to...

KATIE ZERR: Transparency in government equals the people’s trust

“The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.” –Patrick Henry....

BALL FIVE: Begeman, Panther relay teams excel at Howard Wood

It’s funny how the mind works. When I went to look up results from the Howard Wood Relays held this weekend in Sioux Falls, the...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Lilly Nichols dies in Seattle

Lilly Ziepke Nichols was born on March 18, 1938 in...

Lee Stimes, former resident passes away

Lee Carter Stimes, 81, who resided for many years in...

Violet Sieler passes in Wash.

Lifetime educator, Violet Mathilda (Naasz) Sieler, passed away April 30,...

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Cook of the Week

Culinary arts students in year-end competition

The Mobridge-Pollock culinary arts classes will be showcasing their skills...

Using rubs helps to achieve the perfect steak easier

With temperatures finally warm enough to enjoy an evening grill...

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