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Featured Stories

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...

Tigers roll Falcons for fifth straight win

The Tigers ran their winning streak to five games with a 65-38 win over Todd County at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon. “All the weeks we’ve been drilling, they’re not fun, but the...

Olson, Freeman earn fourth at Big Dakota Conference tourney

Isaac Olson and Tucson Freeman earned conference hardware with a pair of fourth-place finishes at the Big Dakota Conference Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. While the two seniors were the only Tigers to medal,...

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News

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...

More than 40,000 S.D. children live in poverty

More than 40,000 South Dakota children, from infants to teenagers, live in families with incomes low enough to qualify for the federal food stamp program,...

Weatherman pleads guilty to manslaughter charge

A Missouri man, who was driving the vehicle involved in the crash that killed Mobridge resident Danielle McCollum, has changed his plea and will not...

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Sports

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...

Lady Tigers can’t take advantage of hot start

The Lady Tigers got off to a good start, but could not keep momentum as...

Cole Wellner wins MS state title

Eighth-grader Cole Wellner became the first Mobridge-Pollock Middle School wrestler to win a state championship...

Postseason begins with Region 4B tourney

With a shot at competing in the state tournament on the line, 10 Tigers will...

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Opinions

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...

BALL FIVE: Football right move for Murray

It created quite a stir in my baseball loving home when Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray made the decision to go all-in and enter the...

KATIE ZERR: Super Bowl game was an old-fashioned slobberknocker

There has been a rash of criticism of Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the L.A. Rams and the New England Patriots. After the Patriots beat...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

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,...

Jeri Lord dies in Gillette

Jeraldine Diane Lord, 76, of Gillette, Wyo., passed away on...

Stanley Hertel was tireless, meticulous worker

Memorial services for Stanley Hertel, 68, of Fort Yates, N.D.,...

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Cook of the Week

Cook Aubriauna Diaz wears a lot of hats

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

Recipes to help you kick-off your Super Sunday

For some watching Super Bowl means the intense battle of...

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