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Egg Hunters

The rush of egg hunters made short work of the 5,000 eggs in the Mobridge City Park Saturday, April 20, at the Annual Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt.

Spring Concert

Music instructor Nancy McClellan leads the chorus in “A Celebration of Happy Thoughts” at Tuesday’s second and third grade spring concert.

Mural Project Completed

Rachel Goldsmith (left) and Calico Ducheneaux recently completed a mural in the children’s section of the A.H Brown Library in Mobridge. The mural was designed by library staff and was a project in waiting until Rachel...

Track team gets first times at Legion meet in Pierre

No one placed in the top six, but that was not as important as the fact that the team simply got to compete at the American Legion Relays in Pierre on Thursday. “It was a...

Lady Tigers open season in Pierre

The Lady Tigers played golf for the first time this year at the Pierre Invitational on Tuesday. “It was great to finally hit the golf course,” said coach Jason Weisbeck. “It was a beautiful day...

No federal funds in plans for Hiddenwood

Area residents hoping to see a local state park rehabilitated heard some bad news this week as state officials reported there are no plans to repair or restore the dam at Lake Hiddenwood Recreation Area....

Grand March

Senior Braxton Albers adds a handful of glitter to the grand march celebration much to the delight of his date Calico Ducheneaux and the crowd Saturday, April 13, at Mobridge-Pollock High School prom. The couple...

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News

Selby man dies in one-vehicle accident

A Selby man died Thursday, April 18, in a one-vehicle accident north of Akaska. According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol (SDHP)spokesman, Scott Goldade, 55,...

No federal funds in plans for Hiddenwood

Area residents hoping to see a local state park rehabilitated heard some bad news this week as state officials reported there are no plans to...

On-road ATV registrations rising fast

Here is a look at the number of all-terrain vehicles registered for on-road use in South Dakota compared to registration of all on-road vehicles. Year         ...

Majeske named publisher of new company

A new publisher for the Mobridge Tribune and Reminder has been named following the sale of the business at the end of March. Former business...

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Sports

Track team gets first times at Legion meet in Pierre

No one placed in the top six, but that was not as important as the...

Lady Tigers open season in Pierre

The Lady Tigers played golf for the first time this year at the Pierre Invitational...

Track season to start, finally, Thursday

“We might even get on the track Wednesday and work on our handoffs.” That’s what...

Lady Tigers ready but golf courses are not

The Lady Tigers golf team is ready for the golf season, unfortunately the golf courses...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR Where will ‘other’ voters turn in 2010?

Are the two ruling parties in the United States too damaged to attract Independents and non-party affiliated voters? With an important election coming up and...

BALL FIVE: First ever concession stand was in Wrigley

The next time you go to the ball park or stadium or even the next track meet and head to the concession stand, you can...

KATIE ZERR: It’s time to show appreciation to those ‘thousand points of light’

In times when most often than not information coming across my desk makes me shake my head in disbelief, when something happens that makes me...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Vern Schneider funeral held

Funeral services for Vernard “Vern” Schneider, 96, of Mobridge, were...

Scott Goldade services are Thursday in Selby

Celebration of Life services for Scott Goldade, 55, of Selby,...

Merle Geigle funeral is Saturday

Memorial services for Merle Gene Geigle, 66, of Pierre, will...

LaWayne Knecht, 80, passes away in California

LaWayne Jacob Knecht, 80, of Garden Grove, Calif., passed away...

Colette Ganje was proud to be raised as a ranch girl

Colette Ganje, 71, of Rapid City and formerly of Eagle...

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Cook of the Week

Here are some recipes to add to your grilling repertoire

South Dakotans have shown that they love to grill. From...

Cook learned about cooking, caring from her mother

Jennifer Perkins, general manager of the new TJ’s Time Out in...

Greeks have long history cooking for Bridge Citians

The second nationality to be featured in this coming Fourth...

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