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Frosty Morning

The pink sunlight in the early morning Tuesday, Jan. 15, bathed the frost covered trees of the city park in a rosy hue. The cool temperatures and thick fog Monday night left the Mobridge area...

Pickup in the Drink

A pickup owned by Gary Campbell of Mobridge went through the ice not far from shore on Revheim Bay near the railroad bridge, Friday, Jan. 11. Earlier a four-wheeler had gone through the ice under...

Wrestlers earn three runners-up at Battler tourney

Three Tigers earned runner-up at the Battler Invitational in Gettysburg on Saturday. Jacob Steiger took second at 126, Isaac Olson at 152 and Tucson Freeman at 160. Jon Keller and Kyler Pearman took fourth and...

Whopper walleye cements win

The weather was great and the fish were biting Saturday, Jan. 12, for the 18th Annual Mobridge Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee Ice Fishing tournament. The Three-day event, heralded as the Midwest’s largest 2-person team fishing tournament finished on Saturday at...

Warm Weather

The warm temperatures Monday, Jan. 7, brought Freeman Davis kindergartners outside for some fresh air and exercise on the school playground. The temperature in Mobridge hit 50 degrees on Monday according to the National Weather...

Snowmen

The artful work of some Mobridge residents is showing up in yards across town as snow finally fell here on Wednesday, Dec. 26, and Thursday, Dec. 27. Notice the mohawk hairdo of the snowman on...

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News

Mobridge is not on the Shopko closure list

News of the Shopko company filing for bankruptcy and closing stores in rural areas including some in South Dakota, have Mobridge area residents fearing the...

Council approves list of volunteers

The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, Jan. 15, approved a list of volunteers who stepped forward to volunteer for the Mobridge Volunteer Fire Department. The list...

Whopper walleye cements win

The weather was great and the fish were biting Saturday, Jan. 12, for the 18th Annual Mobridge Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee Ice Fishing tournament....

Council does not approve MFD roster

The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, Jan. 8, voted against approving the presented roster of the Mobridge Volunteer Fire Department ending the active status of the...

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Sports

Long scoring runs lead to Tiger basketball wins

The Tigers closed out the second quarter with 21 straight points en route to a...

Wrestlers earn three runners-up at Battler tourney

Three Tigers earned runner-up at the Battler Invitational in Gettysburg on Saturday. Jacob Steiger took...

Lady Tigers fall behind early in pair of losses

The Lady Tigers fell behind 22-2 in the first quarter and lost a 60-32 game...

Five Tigers perfect at home round robin

The Tigers had five undefeated wrestlers at the Mobridge Round Robin held Tuesday at Mobridge-Pollock...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Thanks to those who are part of the solution

Is this the first step to healing old wounds and starting anew or will old animosities still rule the day? On Tuesday, Jan. 8, the...

BALLFIVE: Confidence leads to wins

College football’s national championship game was being played on Monday. For what was undoubtedly the most important part of the game, I was wrapped up...

KATIE ZERR: With this tourney, it takes a village

One wonders how a 50-person ice fishing tourney, held in the dead of winter, grew into the wildly successful Tourism Committee Ice Fishing Tournament that...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Edna Huber was longtime volunteer

Funeral services for Edna Huber, 101, of Mobridge, will be...

Beverly Smith passes in Pierre

Beverly L. Smith, 80, of Pierre, died Jan. 11, 2019,...

Sally Demery was loving wife, mother

Funeral services for Celestine “Sally” Demery, 60, of Mobridge, will...

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Cook of the Week

Warm up your winter with soups and casseroles

When the temperature drops we’re all looking for comfort foods...

Cook once proclaimed tastiness of odd mixture

Growing up in Pierre in a Christian family, Cassie Beckwith...

Let them eat cake and more cake!

You may or may not have heard of the Epiphany...

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