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Featured Stories

Brave Volunteers

Five brave volunteers hold their collectives breaths as a daredevil on a BMX stunt bike soars over them at the Shrine Circus, held Friday at Mobridge Rodeo Grounds.

Groton trio wins Denny Palmer Memorial tourney

On a Lake Oahe Saturday that featured wind, rain and whitecaps, three Groton anglers combined to win the ninth annual Denny Palmer Memorial Fishing Tournament. The team of Ron Anderson, Blake Anderson and Taylor Anderson...

Pink Ladies flocking homes to help those in need

Maybe you have noticed small flocks of flamingos in front yards around Mobridge lately. They are there courtesy of the Pink Ladies. The Pink Ladies were formed last year in the Bridge City. “It’s been...

High Water

The high water marks on the concrete pillars of the railroad bridge are nearly covered by the surface of Lake Oahe. On Tuesday, June 4, the level of the reservoir was 1618.39 above mean sea...

Ninth annual Denny Palmer Memorial tourney is Saturday

The vast reservoir that is Lake Oahe will be full of competition on Saturday for the ninth annual Denny Palmer Memorial Fishing Tournament. “The Tourism Committee is excited and honored to once again honor the...

Summer is here!

With the weather finally warming the Mobridge Aquatics Center opened for business last week. On Friday, May 31, area children enjoyed the cool water as temperatures rose into the 80s.

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News

School Board accepts Erin Dale resignation

By Orland Geigle, Prairie Pioneer The Mobridge-Pollock School Board accepted a resignation and agreed to purchase a new activity bus at their regular monthly meeting...

Scherr-Howe Event Center rent reduction discussed at city council

The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, June 11, was addressed by John Ayoub, the chief executive officer at Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics, who requested the...

Pink Ladies flocking homes to help those in need

Maybe you have noticed small flocks of flamingos in front yards around Mobridge lately. They are there courtesy of the Pink Ladies. The Pink Ladies...

‘Cars for Cops’ has multiple benefits

The Mobridge Police Department recently launched a new program in hopes of helping to clean-up the community and raise funds for people in need. According...

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Sports

Groton trio wins Denny Palmer Memorial tourney

On a Lake Oahe Saturday that featured wind, rain and whitecaps, three Groton anglers combined...

Ninth annual Denny Palmer Memorial tourney is Saturday

The vast reservoir that is Lake Oahe will be full of competition on Saturday for...

Weisbeck earns second straight top 20 finish at state tournament

Callie Weisbeck earned medalist honors at state for the second straight year. The Lady Tiger...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: ‘Cars for Cops’ will help this village

Just what does it mean “To protect and serve?” In a small town law enforcement is sometimes seen as officers patrolling the streets, watching for...

BALL FIVE: Recapping the year

I am tasked with writing a review of the Mobridge-Pollock season in sports every spring for the annual edition of Tiger Tracks. Realizing a whole...

Friends to Follow

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Cook of the Week

Mikayla Whirlwind Horse knows what’s for supper

Mikayla Whirlwind Horse has been cooking for a long time....

Cook Monica Weninger-Schmaltz has active life

Monica Weninger-Schmaltz (Phehín ša Wašté Wín) is a staple in...

Pam Wells finds out what’s right for the family

Pam Wells is a woman of many talents. She is...

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