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Let them eat cake!

The team of Remmington Ford (left) and Jessie Bearsheart took the top prize in the cake eating contest during the homecoming pep rally and celebration Friday, Sept. 13, at the Mobridge-Pollock gym. More homecoming pictures...

Moser, Faehnrich medal at Winner golf invitational

After more than two weeks off, the Tiger golf team finally got back on the course at the Winner Invitational on Tuesday. “The kids were really wanting to get back out after last week’s cancellation,”...

Lady Tigers take second place at home tourney

The Lady Tigers played two strong rounds in taking second at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational volleyball tournament held Saturday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. The Lady Tigers got all over North Central for a 25-17, 25-15...

Under the Hood

Classic cars lined Main Street on Saturday, Sept. 14 for the Annual Beef ‘n Fun Day car show. The owner of this classic Dodge Challenger gets under the hood to tinker with the engine of...

Tigers pounce on Cavaliers for 38-0 homecoming win

The Tigers took over from the start to defeat Aberdeen Roncalli 38-0 in the homecoming game at Tiger Stadium on Friday. The Cavaliers received the opening kickoff and started their drive from the first down....

Dunked

A young thrower succeeds in dunking Mobridge Parks and Recreation Manager Ted Ford and is congratulated by  the Chambers Lindsey Scott at Saturday’s Mobridge Rodeo Fundraiser dunk tank.

Producers told changes are needed

“Changes need to be made in our industry,” R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard told a crowd of about 200 ranchers and farm/ranch-related individuals at a meeting Thursday night, Sept. 12, at the Moose Club in...

Leader steps up to deliver 3-1 win over North Central

Tied at 1-1, the Lady Tigers needed someone to step up and become a leader. They got that from junior hitter Channing Wientjes and went on to defeat North Central 3-1 at Mobridge-Pollock High School...

Homecoming Spirit

Mobridge-Pollock cheerleaders (from left) Draeya Halsey, Victoria Vogel, Kami Iron Cloud, Summer Wingate, Kayla Blankartz and Jaydlynn Nickels whip up fan support during the pep rally at MP High School.

Tiger Pride

Homecoming king Jacob Steiger leads the crowd through a rousing cheer at the Lady Tigers’ volleyball match against North Central on Tuesday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. Homecoming week at MPHS culminates with the Tigers’...

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News

Juvenile arrested for grand theft, assault

A juvenile from McLaughlin was arrested Saturday, Sept. 14, and charged with multiple charges including burglary and grand theft connected to an incident that occurred...

Producers told changes are needed

“Changes need to be made in our industry,” R-CALF USA CEO Bill Bullard told a crowd of about 200 ranchers and farm/ranch-related individuals at a...

Council hears property concerns

The Mobridge City Council Tuesday, Sept. 10, heard concerns about junk properties, and the vacating an alley on West Grand Crossing. Mobridge resident Harold Forbes...

More, new events for celebration

New events and old favorites will be a part of the community’s annual fall celebration at the 42st annual Beef ‘N Fun Weekend held in...

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Sports

Moser, Faehnrich medal at Winner golf invitational

After more than two weeks off, the Tiger golf team finally got back on the...

Lady Tigers take second place at home tourney

The Lady Tigers played two strong rounds in taking second at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational volleyball...

Tigers take on unusual course at Ipswich meet

Running on a makeshift course that included the track, a parking lot and laps around...

Tigers pounce on Cavaliers for 38-0 homecoming win

The Tigers took over from the start to defeat Aberdeen Roncalli 38-0 in the homecoming...

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Opinions

Alaina Beautiful Bald Eagle : VAWRA passage vital to protect women

A guest editorial By Alaina Beautiful Bald Eagle, Editor of the West River Eagle It has been 167 days since H.R. 1585, the Violence Against...

BALL FIVE: Here’s to the king

You ever have one of those days where your best laid plans just don’t work out? Well, I’m having one this morning. There just weren’t...

BALL FIVE: Full moon is rising for homecoming

When the Tigers host the Aberdeen Roncalli Cavaliers on Friday for the annual homecoming game the Tigers will be trying to improve to 3-0 on...

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Obituaries

Carrie Iron Wing enjoyed the simple things in life

Funeral services for Carrie Iron Wing, 60, of Whitehorse, were...

Jim Peterson rites are Saturday

Memorial service for Jimmy “Jim” Peterson, 84, of Mobridge, will...

Helen Brown had long career with N.W. Bell

Helen I. Brown, 98, died Sept. 15, 2019, at Sanford...

Bill Holz always put others first

Wilhelm “Bill” G. Holz, 82, of Bismarck, N.D., passed away...

James Rothstein grew up in Mobridge

James Vernon Rothstein was born to James and Lucille (Adkins)...

Maria Schlomer led Christian life

Maria Theresa Schlomer (nee Fischbach), was welcomed home to heaven...

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Cook of the Week

Making relish can spice up canning season

Homemade relish has fallen by the wayside over the years,...

It is the time of year when area residents are...

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