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Featured Stories

Awareness Walk

Area residents walked around the city park Monday, Oct. 15, to bring awareness to the domestic violence issue in the Mobridge area community. The staff of Bridges Against Domestic Violence also displayed the silent witnesses,...

15 Years of Fear

Scarecrow Hollow President Shawn Stickney gets a visitor during an interview about the annual Halloween haunt. The event is planned for two weekends; Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 and Friday, Oct. 26 and...

Tigers roar past Mustangs

The Tigers polished off the regular season with a 73-0 win over McLaughlin in McLaughlin on Friday. The game was decided in a hurry. The Tigers scored seven touchdowns in the first quarter, while running...

Tough week leads to three Lady Tiger losses

The Lady Tigers suffered a three-loss week, falling to Linton/HMB on Tuesday in Linton, N.D., after dropping home matches to Potter County and Sully Buttes. “We are still struggling to finish sets,” said coach Rose...

First Snowfall

The first snow of the year fell on Wednesday, Oct. 10, with a coating of white on streets, lawns and foliage. According to the National Weather Service, after a dry July and August, 4.58 inches...

Tiger Marching Band

The Mobridge-Pollock High School band performs at halftime at Tiger Stadium on Friday.

Lakota Lesson

Mobridge-Pollock School Board President Eric Stroeder participates in the object game with other board and staff members during the October board meeting. The Johnson O’Malley class showed the group how to learn Lakota words for...

Tigers run roughshod over Redmen

The Tigers scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters to run away for a 43-6 win over Sisseton at Tiger Stadium on Friday. The Tigers stopped Sisseton on a three-and-out to start...

Lady Tigers can’t get past Aberdeen Roncalli, Ipswich

Playing back-to-back nights did not do the Lady Tigers any favors as they fell 3-0 to Aberdeen Roncalli at home on Tuesday after falling 3-0 to Ipswich in Ipswich on Monday. The 14-6 Cavaliers never...

Cross Country teams take second at CSDC

In a meet that was three meets in one, the Tigers and Lady Tigers took second in the Central South Dakota Conference Meet in Gettysburg on Wednesday. The meet was also host to the Yellowstone...

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News

Officials to hold jail meeting

Walworth County officials will conduct an informational meeting, Monday, Oct. 22, concerning the proposed new jail project on which voters will vote in the November...

Bird numbers are up, but so are crops

The numbers say there are birds out there, but pheasant hunters had a hard time finding them during the residential opener last weekend. According to...

Weatherman trial postponed until Feb.

A man charged with the death of a Mobridge women in a July 2016 vehicle accident, has been postponed until February. The trial for James...

Council increases dog license fees, animal at large fines

The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, Oct. 9, approved several changes to the animal ordinance that will put more responsibility for the care and safety of...

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Sports

Tigers roar past Mustangs

The Tigers polished off the regular season with a 73-0 win over McLaughlin in McLaughlin...

Tiger runners earn trip to state cross country

The Tigers raced to third place to qualify for state at the Region 4A Cross...

Tough week leads to three Lady Tiger losses

The Lady Tigers suffered a three-loss week, falling to Linton/HMB on Tuesday in Linton, N.D.,...

Tigers run roughshod over Redmen

The Tigers scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters to run away...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Facts show we have a perception problem

When will Americans face the fact that we have a problem with sexual abuse and the manner in which it is treated? A very uncomfortable...

BALL FIVE: The dreaded three-way tie for first actually happened

Last week I told you there was a distinct possibility that the Tiger football team could end up in a three-way tied for first place...

Newspapers need support to sustain all that matters

A guest editorial by South Dakota Newspaper Association Executive Director David Bordewyk I recently had lunch with a college friend who was back in South...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Henry Seidel helped build Oahe Dam

Funeral services for Henry Seidel, 95, of Mobridge, were held...

Betty Jakeway enjoyed sewing and patching

Betty Jakeway, 86, of Timber Lake, passed away on Sunday,...

Billie Shillingstad’s cooking was something the entire family looked forward to

Memorial services for Linda “Billie” Shillingstad, 68, of Mobridge will...

Travis Johnson Celebration of Life is Thursday at Kesling Funeral Home

Celebration of Life for Travis Johnson, 40, of Mobridge, will...

Keith Lemburg was a lifelong Selby man

Keith Robert Lemburg, 83, Selby, died Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018,...

Doris Schuh was devoted, loving

Deloris “Doris” R. Schuh, 83, of Brookings and formerly of...

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Cook of the Week

Hunt nearly interrupted engagement annoucement

First grade is an exciting time for little ones, especially...

Millie was an accomplished multitasker

(Editor’s note: For years, the cook of the week column...

Rawstern’s love of vehicles has played huge role in life

When Curt was young boy he witnessed a fire get...

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