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The Mobridge Police Department is continuing to search for the suspect in a reported rape in Mobridge on Saturday, Aug. 11. Mobridge Police Chief Justin Jungwirth said the acquaintance rape occurred at a Sixth Avenue East residence at 3:50 a.m., last Saturday, while victim was sleeping. Jungwirth said the police are actively looking for the man, but he suspects that […]

MaryAn Sandland dies

MaryAn Sandland, 88, of Rapid City, died on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012, at Rapid City Regional Hospital Hospice of the Hills. She is survived by her daughter, Lorna Rogers of Rapid City; two sons, Gerald Sandland of Agar and Kirk Sandland of Santa Barbara, Calif.; her brother, Ted Ressler of Mandan, N.D.; two sisters, Angie Gratz of Bismarck, N.D., and […]

Rotary club to furnish library community room

By Peg Wunder President elect Leonard Linde called the meeting to order on Monday, August 20, at the Moose Lodge.  There were no guests.  John Badgley announced that the Ambassadors had received two very nice thank you notes.   The County Extension sent their appreciation to the Ambassadors for serving the 4-H Achievement Days meal.  The note from Eureka showed their […]

Author’s next book set in S.D.

By Stuart Hughes This summer, the author of “The Seven Dragons of the Gilst” series, Brent Goertzen, moved to Mobridge. While here, he hopes to continue his series of science fiction novels, the next of which takes place in South Dakota. Goertzen is an author of 20 years but only recently published his first book, which is a collection of […]

Only one cooking mishap, but the outcome was ‘sweet’

By Sandy Bond As he rides the currents of the Mighty Mo’ in his ocean kayak, fishing for walleye, Jordan Erdman often wonders what other fisherman think of his choice of fishing craft and of him. “Do they think I’m some kind of hippie or something?” he wonders. In his early 20s, Jordan could hardly be a hippie, but he […]

Eric Looyenga takes second in BDC meet

By Jay Davis Eric Looyenga shot a 77 to take second place at the Big Dakota Conference Golf Meet at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Tuesday. “Eric was on cloud nine,” said coach Jason Weisbeck. “He had fun the entire day, hit shots down the middle and scored consistently. What a great experience for him.” Looyenga was consistent all day, […]

Nathan Lamb ushers in new coaching era

By Jay Davis The Tiger football team will be kicking off a new era when the Linton-HMB Lions come to Tiger Stadium on Friday. Not only did 14 seniors graduate from last year’s team, the coaching staff is brand new in two of the three positions. New head coach Nathan Lamb takes over a program that lost a lot of […]

Lady Tigers host Chamberlain Saturday

By Jay Davis Playing in three straight state tournaments makes for a strong program. But it also creates holes when all-state and all-conference level players graduate and move on from high school. Last year’s team that finished third in state graduated four starters among six seniors. With only three players who had extended court time last year and just three […]

Young cross country team hosts Friday meet

By Jay Davis Second-year coach Stephen Hettick will have as young a team as any Tiger team fielded in a long time when Mobridge-Pollock hosts its annual cross country meet at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Friday. “We’re really young,” said Hettick. “We have a lot to find out about our runners over the first couple of meets.” With two […]

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