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Cyclists Entertain

The Timber Lake Uni Club entertained the crowd at halftime of the Mobridge-Pollock vs Stanley County basketball game, Tuesday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym. Team members are (from left) Bo Biegler, Remmington Ford of Mobridge,...

Act of Kindness

The Mobridge-Pollock and Groton Tiger basketball teams showed solidarity in support of a Groton student who is battling leukemia. Mobridge-Pollock fans who attended the game purchased the shirts for the MP teams to wear during...

Ribbon Cutting

The ribbon cutting at the  Grand Oasis on West Grand Crossing Thursday, Feb. 8, was part of the grand opening celebration. The business is now under the new ownership of Rich and Linda Huber. Helping...

Record-setting Tigers win BDC title

For the first time in 24 years and the second time ever, the Tigers are champions of the Big Dakota Conference Tournament. The Tigers turned the trick on Saturday at Parkview Gym in Ft. Pierre,...

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News

Mohr chides commissioners after election

There was plenty of action packed into a less than five-minute special meeting Friday, Feb. 9, as Marion Schlomer, of Mobridge was elected to fill...

High tech project tour offered at gala

New technology will help those attending the Fourth Annual Grandstand Gala, Saturday, Feb. 17, to see what the rodeo grounds renovation project will accomplish. The...

Vote to fill commission seat delayed until Friday

The Walworth County Commissioners are still without a fifth commissioner as a tie vote Tuesday, Feb. 6, brought another scenario into the procedure. There were...

MP students learn Lakota at SBC

An opportunity to learn the Lakota language is now an offering for Mobridge-Pollock High School on the Mobridge campus of Sitting Bull College. There are...

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Sports

Tigers corral Buffaloes, earn 57-53 win

The Tigers built a lead early and then hit free throws down the stretch in...

Lady Tigers put losing streak to bed, beat Groton Area in OT

The Lady Tigers put an end to a 16-game losing streak with a 34-33 overtime...

Tigers to grapple at Region 4B tourney Saturday

The seventh-ranked Tigers will compete for the Region 4B title and the right to compete...

Record-setting Tigers win BDC title

For the first time in 24 years and the second time ever, the Tigers are...

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Opinions

KATIE ZERR: How many chances should a repeated law breaker get?

When is it time to drawn the line in giving people a second, third and fourth chance to learn lessons from their mistakes? Since the...

BALL FIVE: The postseason is upon us

This is always a great time of year. In wrestling, the regular season is over and the run for postseason glory starts on Saturday. In...

Darrel Smith: Persecution threatens Evangelicals

There are many stages and forms of persecution. One stage of persecution characterizes and slanders a group as less than positive, normal and good. Another...

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Obituaries

Peggy Miller was a go-getter

Mass of Christian Burial for Isabella “Peggy” Miller, 91, of...

Carolyn Seibel passes

Funeral services for Carolyn Seibel, 76, of Mobridge, were held...

Ray Grismer was published author, teacher, cosmetologist

Raymond Grismer, 83, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018,...

LeRoy Kolb was a sweetheart

Funeral services for LeRoy Kolb, 79, of Eureka and Mobridge,...

Farming was Jim Rabenberg’s lifelong passion

Mass of Christian Burial for James Rabenberg, 80, of Mobridge,...

Dora Schilling, Selby, passes away

Funeral services for Dora Schilling, 83, of Selby, were held...

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Cook of the Week

Hollaar’s kids looked forward to freshly-made buns, rolls

Twylah (Vander Vorst) Hollaar and her husband, Eldon, tried living...

Dust doesn’t settle under busy Betty’s shoes

Betty (Martin) Vander Vorst is a busy person for someone...

Super Bowl calls for some super dips

When it comes to the Super Bowl, I want food...

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