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Homecoming Royalty

Mobridge-Pollock High School seniors Braxton Albers and Calico Ducheneuax were crowned Tiger royalty at the coronation held Monday, Sept. 10. Homecoming activities continue throughout the week culminating with the Friday homecoming parade and  football game...

Homecoming Skit

The high school teachers’ skit was a hit at homecoming coronation on Monday. The Mobridge-Pollock Tiger took on and defeated all challengers. The annual coronation was held in the Middle School Theater as the beginning...

Dunk Tank

Marsha Berg, (right) manager of Paylessfoods was one of many people who took a shot at dunking community leaders at the Mobridge Rodeo Association’s fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 8. Josh Stoick (in tank) took the...

Tigers race to second in Ipswich

The Tigers rose to the occasion with a second-place finish at the Ipswich Invitational cross country meet on Saturday. With Blaise Thompson taking eighth, Kamron Pearman 10th and Remmington Ford 11th, the Tigers scored 17...

Groton Area tops Lady Tigers

Once-beaten Groton Area overpowered the Lady Tigers in a 3-0 match at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers stayed close in the first two sets, but Groton Area pulled away to win...

Homecoming Candidates

The candidates for Mobridge-Pollock Homecoming royalty are:  (back from left) king candidates, Jalen Hitland, son of Michael and Holly Hitland, Isaac Olson, son of Jon and Jill Olson, Noah Fried, son of Chris and Mary...

Burger King honored with state award

A Mobridge business will be among those honored as Gov. Dennis Daugaard recognizes individuals and employers for their contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of South Dakotans with disabilities. Burger King of Mobridge will be...

Lady Tigers sweep Patriots

The Lady Tigers accomplished two things in Eureka on Tuesday. They won their first match of the year and they avenged a loss to the Patriots last season. The Lady Tigers jumped out to a...

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News

Tribune comes alive today

In the Harry Potter movie incoming students are given the school newspaper when they arrive at Hogwarts. It’s no ordinary newspaper, as the photos on...

City makes changes to animal ordinances

In a move to be able to have more control over animals being allowed to run loose in the city, The Mobridge City Council Monday,...

Burger King honored with state award

A Mobridge business will be among those honored as Gov. Dennis Daugaard recognizes individuals and employers for their contributions to the rehabilitation and employment of...

New attractions are set for Beef ‘N Fun

Parading pets, airboat rides, a dunk tank and classic vehicles will all have a role in the 41st annual Beef ‘N Fun Weekend held in...

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Sports

Golfers take second at Winner and BDC

The Tigers took second place for the second straight tournament with their success at the...

Tigers turn Cavaliers over for 14-8 win

After 20 years and 17 games, the Tigers are the victors against Aberdeen Roncalli. The...

Injuries, missing players give Lady Tigers challenging day

The Lady Tigers were forced to play without a lot of moving parts and had...

Tigers race to second in Ipswich

The Tigers rose to the occasion with a second-place finish at the Ipswich Invitational cross...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: There are more ‘monster storms’ on the horizon

Are we now paying the price for years of ignoring warnings about climate change? Are we headed towards a generation of disastrous weather events that...

BALL FIVE: Last win over Roncalli was my first football story

In the Sept. 2, 1998 issue of the Mobridge Tribune, I wrote the first football story of my career. In the opening game of the...

KATIE ZERR: Protest is not what is dividing the country

How can we form an opinion on something of which we cannot even grasp the concept? So many people are climbing on their soapboxes, preaching...

Friends to Follow

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Obituaries

Helen Sauer funeral held Saturday in Java

Helen Sauer, 78, died Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, at Avera...

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Cook of the Week

Fitness a way of life for new chamber assistant

Sandy Frank believes in fitness. It is a requirement for...

Dawson tackles the challenges of technology

The new technology coordinator for Mobridge-Pollock High School, Dan Dawson,...

Garden fresh tomatoes are star of the season

It is the time of year when kitchen window sills...

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