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Featured Stories

They’re back

One of the sure signs of spring in South Dakota is the return of the turkey vultures. The raptors return to the Mobridge area in larger numbers each spring. This...

Tigers earn 11 titles, sweep divisions at Early Bird

After missing last season due to the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Tiger track team came out strong, winning 11 event titles and both team titles at the Mobridge-Pollock...

South Dakota Democratic Party intersectional solidarity with Tribal Nations results in passage of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People legislation

SIOUX FALLS, SD (April 9, 2021) – This past legislative session was an important advancement for justice and visibility for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP). South Dakota Democratic legislators...

Educators and historians want politics kept out of new history and civics curriculum

Educators, historians and some elected officials are urging South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and the state Department of Education to keep politics and personal bias out of the process to...

After 684 days away, track and field is back

On Thursday, the Mobridge-Pollock Tiger track and field team will be on the field competing for the first time in 684 days. Head coach Bryan Zahn said the anticipation is...

Schilling honored for city service

Dean Schilling, longtime employee of the City of Mobridge water Department, was recently honored by the South Dakota Water and Wastewater Association (SDWWA) for serving the city for 40 years....

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News

Commission questions state auditor about full audit of 2020

Walworth County Commissioners heard Dave Schlosser of the South Dakota Department of Legislative Audit report there are some issues with the 2018-19 audit that have...

Kemnitz defeats Yellow Boy, Mound retains Ward III seat

In the Tuesday, April 13, city council election Brent Kemnitz defeated long-time Ward II councilman Tony Yellow Boy and Jade Mound retained her seat and...

South Dakota Democratic Party intersectional solidarity with Tribal Nations results in passage of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People legislation

SIOUX FALLS, SD (April 9, 2021) – This past legislative session was an important advancement for justice and visibility for Missing and Murdered Indigenous People...

MRH&C offering COVID-19 vaccine to those 18 and older

The South Dakota Department of Health announced last week that beginning on Monday, April 5, the COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to all South Dakotans...

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Sports

Rotary Relays are Friday

The first running of the Mobridge Relays since 2018 starts at noon on Friday at...

Tigers earn 11 titles, sweep divisions at Early Bird

After missing last season due to the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Tiger track...

Lady Tigers open golf season Thursday

It may not feel like golf weather, but it is. The Lady Tigers open their...

After 684 days away, track and field is back

On Thursday, the Mobridge-Pollock Tiger track and field team will be on the field competing...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: There is light at the end of the tunnel

When we look at what is happening in the business sector in our community, is there a light at the end of the tunnel? I...

BALL FIVE: Even the seniors are running in their first Early Bird

Four years ago to the day, April 7, 2017, the Aberdeen Central JV boys and the Sully Buttes girls won the team titles at the...

KATIE ZERR: Is there no shame in politics these days?

Remember when politicians were held to a higher standard and expected to act accordingly? It wasn’t all that long ago. In fact, some politicians fell...

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