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Mobridge Pollock seniors nominated for homecoming royalty are: (back from left) Landyn Henderson, Ava Stoick, Nehemiah Bauer, Cadee Peltier, Gabrielle Zimmer and Maya Nobles; (front from left) Caelan McCollom, Ashton...

The Lady Tigers were in control all day long in going 3-0 and capturing the title at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational volleyball tournament at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Saturday. With...

The Parents For Positive Changes’ pizza eating contest was a popular event during Beef N Fun Day Saturday, Sept. 11. The city park was crowded with spectators and supporters as...

The teams went back and forth but the only points of the game came on a second quarter field goal as Deuel defeated the Tigers 3-0 in their home opener...

The Lady Tigers opened the home half of the season with a 3-0 win over North Central at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers were in complete...

The Stroeder family of Glenham, Eric, Karrie and Hannah, took advantage of the perfect conditions last week to enjoy a day of kayaking on Lake Oahe.

Falling levels on Lake Oahe have exposed the entire old pump house under the U.S. Highway 12 Bridge. The level of the Oahe Reservoir was 1600.04 feet above mean sea...

Celebrating “Beach Night,” the student body cheering section provided a rowdy backdrop for the Lady Tigers 3-0 win over North Central at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday night.

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City council hears Chamber’s budget, need for contribution

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The Mobridge City Council, Tuesday, Sept. 14, heard Chamber of Commerce Interim Director Tanner Jerome explain the organization’s budget, purpose and need for the city’s...

MP board hears student request to display tribal flags at district schools

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The Mobridge-Pollock School Board heard an appeal from two students for the school to display flags that will help area Native American students feel welcome...

Opt out meeting leaves some taxpayers questions unanswered

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Informing the crowd the discussion was about the opt out election and not the jail plan, Walworth County Commission Chair Jim Houck set the tone...

Beef n’ Fun is back

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Mobridge will once again host its fall celebration when the 43th Annual Beef N’ Fun Day will be held on Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday,...

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Lady Tigers sweep Lady Panthers after thrilling third set

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After two one-sided wins for the Lady Tigers, things got interesting before the girls defeated...

Lady Tigers cruise to title

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The Lady Tigers were in control all day long in going 3-0 and capturing the...

Heidi Olson takes 11th at Sioux Falls cross country meet

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Heidi Olson raced to 11th place at the Nike Heartland Preview cross country race on...

Two Tigers medal at Big Dakota tourney

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Two Tigers made all-conference by medaling at the Big Dakota Conference Golf Tournament on Tuesday...

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OUTSIDE THE FENCE: Irony is the ‘defenders’ are at the heart of crisis

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I am a big fan of irony. To understand this one must understand the definition of the word. According to the dictionary irony is the...

BALL FIVE: Mobridge-Pollock Invitational returns to one-gym format

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While the COVID-19 pandemic is still raging around the world, things return to normal for Saturday’s Mobridge-Pollock Invitational volleyball tournament. One year ago, due to...

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Ellery Brockel farmed into his 80s

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Ellery Gordon Brockel, 95, passed away on Monday, Sept. 6,...

Betty Cain loved doing crafts

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Betty M. Cain, 93, of Aberdeen and formerly of Lemmon,...

Aileen Stavnes was devoted to her faith

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Mass of Christian Burial for Aileen Stavnes, 99, of Mobridge...

Glencross held special place in Mary Anne Biegler’s heart

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Mass of Christian Burial for Mary Anne Biegler, 86, of...

Betty Kost’s life reached many

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Funeral services for Betty Lou Kost, 88, of Eagle Butte,...

Sharon Joyce-Neuharth was gifted teacher

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Sharon Colleen Joyce-Neuharth, 87, of Eureka, died peacefully in Eureka...

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