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NCREC handles dispatching services for 10 counties

The North Central E911 Emergency Center (NCREC) in Mobridge services an area that includes the land from the Montana border east to Mina Lake. There are 10 counties included in...

Pearman, Schoenhard win titles at MP round robin

Kamron Pearman and Aiden Schoenhard won titles at the Mobridge-Pollock Invite round robin wrestling tournament on Tuesday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. Pearman won the 152-pound division with three straight...

Tigers pour it on, pound Warriors

The Tigers took the frustration of their first loss of the season on Monday with an 81-52 win over Standing Rock/Selfridge in Fort Yates, North Dakota. The Tigers had a...

Lady Tigers down Tiospa Zina for third straight road win

The Lady Tigers used a second half surge to pull away for a 63-47 win over Tiospa Zina in Agency Village on Saturday. With their third straight road win and...

Local anglers take top spot at annual ice fishing tourney

Local anglers were successful at the 20th Annual Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee Ice Fishing Tournament as several area teams finished in the top 25, including taking the top prize....

Weisbeck earns title

Mobridge Snow Queen Callie Weisbeck (far left) was among the winners at the 2021 South Dakota Pageant held in Aberdeen last weekend. Picture with Weisbeck, who was crowned Princess of...

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News

NCREC handles dispatching services for 10 counties

The North Central E911 Emergency Center (NCREC) in Mobridge services an area that includes the land from the Montana border east to Mina Lake. There...

Unexpected tax revenue increase continues through end of year

There has been a bright spot resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. Tax revenue increased in Mobridge in April. Mobridge City Administrator/Finance Officer Heather Beck discovered...

Local anglers take top spot at annual ice fishing tourney

Local anglers were successful at the 20th Annual Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee Ice Fishing Tournament as several area teams finished in the top 25,...

School Board reviews bids for track renovation project

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board Monday, Jan. 11, reviewed two submitted bids for the renovation of the track at Tiger Stadium and decided to hold a...

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Sports

Pearman, Schoenhard win titles at MP round robin

Kamron Pearman and Aiden Schoenhard won titles at the Mobridge-Pollock Invite round robin wrestling tournament...

Tigers pour it on, pound Warriors

The Tigers took the frustration of their first loss of the season on Monday with...

Lady Tigers down Tiospa Zina for third straight road win

The Lady Tigers used a second half surge to pull away for a 63-47 win...

Tigers split matches at Mid-Dakota Monster Duals

The Tigers split four matches at the Mid-Dakota Monster Duals in Presho on Friday. The...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: We need to get back to who we really are

How long will it take for the citizens of the United States and South Dakota to recover from the bad habits we have acquired in...

KATIE ZERR: Manipulation plays role in historical days

These are historical days. We have heard that comment numerous times during this past week. As my fingers pound the keyboard, there are more historic...

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Obituaries

Michael Kuck worked in Mobridge for NRCS

Michael Daniel Kuck, 72, of Brookings, died Jan. 13, 2021,...

June was a woman of many talents

June Maier, 88, of Lemmon and formerly of Morristown, passed...

Willie Holzer loved to work hard

Mass of Christian Burial for Willie Casper Holzer, 90, of...

Jerry Stahlman brought bee business to the area

Jerry Duane Stahlman was born to Millard and Fern (Crisp)...

Harvey Weisgram worked 40 years at Chevrolet

Harvey Weisgram, 88, passed away on Dec. 24, 2020, with...

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