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Council, police honor Wollman for saving life

Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison told the Mobridge City Council Tuesday, Aug. 14, that actions of Grace Wollman on July 11th saved the life of a Mobridge child. He told the council that Wollman was...

Tigers open season with new coach, new starters

When the Tigers open the football season on Friday, they will kick off with a new coach and new starters all over the field. But who those starters are, first-year head coach Paul Goehring is...

Staying Cool

Staying cool in the 90 degree temperatures at the Mobridge Swimming Pool Tuesday, Aug. 7, included a cool shower from the water buckets. The swimming pool will remain open for business until Tuesday, Aug. 14.

Heavy Impact wins derby title

Team Heavy Impact won the main event at the Mobridge Demolition Derby, held Saturday at Mobridge Rodeo Grounds. Driving for the 2018 champions were Jeremy Timm and Matt Erickson of Aberdeen, Ryan Sandve of Tolstoy...

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News

Council, police honor Wollman for saving life

Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison told the Mobridge City Council Tuesday, Aug. 14, that actions of Grace Wollman on July 11th saved the life of...

Randall hired as MPHS principal

Contracts for new staff positions, including high school principal were approved Monday, Aug. 13 at the Mobridge-Pollock School Board meeting. Holly Randall, who is originally...

Council appoints Reichert to seat

The Mobridge City Council met for a special meeting Tuesday, Aug. 7, to appoint a council member for Ward I and to accept the completion...

Spending cuts to county’s 2019 budget discussed

Walworth County Commissioners Tuesday, Aug. 7, discussed the preliminary budget for 2019 and moves that could reduce costs to the county. Commissioners discussed increased costs...

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Sports

Tigers open season with new coach, new starters

When the Tigers open the football season on Friday, they will kick off with a...

Golfing Tigers vying for spots on varsity

While they have an obvious leader in senior Noah Fried, the golfing Tigers head into...

Begeman named state’s best in track

In its 33rd year of honoring the nations’ best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company...

Heavy Impact wins derby title

Team Heavy Impact won the main event at the Mobridge Demolition Derby, held Saturday at...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: Our community helps to right a wrong

On Saturday, Aug. 11, an event was held in the Mobridge-Pollock High School gym that was meant to right a wrong and help to heal...

BALL FIVE: Tigers have one-of-a-kind football schedule

The Tigers have what I consider a perfect schedule as far as region competition is concerned. The Tigers are in Class 11B Region 1. They...

KATIE ZERR: Are Jones’ conspiracy theories protected by the First Amendment?

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Bertha Sandmeier loved playing, winning at games

Funeral services for Bertha Sandmeier, 91, of Baker, Mont., were...

‘Buzz’ Andrews illustrated ‘53 MHS Tiger yearbook

Dick “Buzz” F. Andrews Jr., passed away peacefully on July...

Mike Grismer cut hair in Mobridge

Mass of Christian Burial for Norbert “Mike” Grismer was held...

Dan Kopp managed Larson Lumber

Daniel Lee Kopp was born on Dec. 10, 1957, to...

Shayne Merkel was meticulous craftsman

Funeral services for Shayne Merkel, 50, of Mobridge, were held...

Hazel Quenzer had a talent for running motels

On July 14, 2018, surrounded by family and friends at...

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Cook of the Week

Briggs continues tradition of cooking for family, friends

Cooking has had a major role in her life for...

Mobridge High School grad returns to hometown

Darcy Dykhouse, a 2002 graduate of Mobridge High School, is...

Philadelphia teacher finds internship at South Dakota farm

Felicia Rosen, a high school English teacher in Philadelphia, Pa.,...

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