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Featured Stories

Visiting Lake Oahe

Thousands of Canada and snow geese settled on Lake Oahe Tuesday, March 24, south of Mobridge. There is some ice in bays and in the Grand River but most of...

Heart-felt Message

Teachers at Mobridge-Pollock High School left a heart-felt message on the window for their students, letting them know they are thinking about them during this trying time.   The Mobridge-Pollock...

The music played on

The Mobridge-Pollock Middle School Spring Concert was held on Thursday, March 12, at the Middle School Theater. The seventh and eighth grade band (above) under the direction of Alfie Gonzales,...

Free sack lunches

Mobridge-Pollock School District’s Food Service manager, Pearl Haux, hands out sack lunches and breakfast to members of the community Tuesday, March 17.

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News

Leaders work to keep community, school moving forwardFree Access

The spread of COVID-19 across the state has heightened the awareness and precautions are being taken throughout the community. This includes all services in the...

City Council passes ordinance to close bars and restaurantsFree Access

On Tuesday, March 24, the Mobridge City Council took the extraordinary step of passing an ordinance to shut down all businesses, gyms and venues where...

A letter to our valued customersFree Access

To our valued customers: As part of the new normal in our nation, the office of the Mobridge Tribune and Reminder is now closed to...

MRH&C officials taking precautionary measuresFree Access

(Editor’s note: On Tuesday, March 17, officials at MRH&C released the following information.) As your local healthcare provider, Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics (MRH&C) would...

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Sports

Tigers were balanced 15-8 team as final statistics show

The Mobridge-Pollock Tiger basketball team had a hugely successful year with 15 wins and their...

Thompson, Henderson lead Lady Tigers to 10 wins

The Lady Tigers enjoyed a lot of success this year. Under first-year head coach Stephen...

Steiger leads every category for 2019-20 Tigers

Not only did Tiger Jacob Steiger take fifth at the Class B Wrestling Tournament in...

Reese Cerney, Caden Halsey named to All-Big Dakota Conference team

Following a season where the Tigers basketball went 15-9 and advanced to its second straight...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Fulkerson’s words hit the nail on the headFree Access

There are people who just know what to say when it comes to these kinds of situations we are now facing in our nation, state...

BALL FIVE: Since NFL is keeping busy, here’s some Vikings news

While the league did take a little flak last week for keeping its offseason going, that the NFL is working from offices and telephones to...

BALL FIVE: We have to be serious about doing our part right nowFree Access

“Ask not what staying home on the couch can do for you, but what staying home on the couch can do for your country.” That...

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Obituaries

Nicole Mulligan rode horses before walking

Nicole Mulligan, 50, of Mobridge, passed away on Monday, March...

Dave Weleba was a funny, sweet man

David Lee Weleba, 55, of Mobridge, passed away peacefully at...

Darlys Hepper was dynamite in a small package

Funeral services for Darlys Hepper, 73, of Mobridge, will be...

Stuart Murdock, longtime resident, passes away in Aberdeen

Stuart Clinton Murdock passed away in his sleep on March...

Howard Sjomeling love his family and farm

Funeral services for Howard Sjomeling, 86, of Pollock, were held...

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