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No Tiger hardware at Hub City Open

By Jay Davis The Tigers had to settle for landing outside the medal stand at the Hub City Open in Aberdeen on Tuesday. Eric Looyenga finished just off the medal pace with an 87 and part of a tie for 22nd place. “Eric played pretty solid golf,” said coach Jason Weisbeck. “His play is coming right along. He has worked […]

Heinz, Rave win MP cross country meet titles

By Jay Davis Macy Heinz of Ipswich was one of the stars of the state track meet last spring. She provided evidence that she has plans on shining again this fall by running away from the field to win the girls’ division at the Mobridge-Pollock Cross Country Meet at Oahe Hills on Friday. Heinz looked to be in for a […]

Lady Tigers off to 2-0 start after home sweeps

By Jay Davis Even with a bunch of new faces, the Lady Tigers picked up right where last season’s third-in-state team left off last year. Mobridge-Pollock tore past Chamberlain 3-0 in the season-opener on Saturday before blasting Standing Rock 3-0 on Tuesday. Both matches were played at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. Coach Keri Bolduan said the home wins were a […]

Tigers flash past Lions after lightning delay

By Jay Davis The first football game under new head coach Nathan Lamb was one to remember. Not just because the Tigers fought back from a halftime deficit to defeat Linton-HMB 18-14 at Tiger Stadium on Friday, but also because the game did not end until 11:14 p.m. due to a 90-minute lightning delay. While the weather stopped play for […]

Priest clings to farming roots

By Sandy Bond Fashions may come and fashions may go, but a great pair of cowboy boots, for this former farm boy, will always be in style, even while preaching the word of the Lord and distributing Holy Communion. Father Tom Clement has been a mission priest serving the parishes of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Herreid, St. Anthony’s Catholic […]

Mobridge mayor outlines ongoing projects in city

By Peg Wunder Mobridge Mayor Jamie Dietterle was introduced by John Rothstein when Rotary met on Monday, Aug. 27, at the Moose Lodge. Jamie talked briefly about the projects, both public and private, that are currently happening in Mobridge. He said that there is a lot of excitement in watching the library addition come to reality and congratulated Rotary on […]

Monica Bailey completes NASA research internship

By Sandy Bond Monica Bailey, daughter of Tonya Hertel of Mobridge and Charles Bailey of Fort Yates, N.D. has recently completed a paid NASA internship at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., this summer. She completed a student-led research project on White-nose syndrome in bats. White-nose syndrome, named for a distinctive fungal growth, manifested as a visible […]

Mildred Anderson Siem dies in Minn.

Mildred Anderson Siem, 94, beloved mother and grandmother, passed away on Aug. 20, 2012, surrounded by loving family and friends, at Chapel View Care Center in Hopkins, Minn. She was born in Mobridge. She was the daughter of Glenhilda Brita (Andy) Anderson. She was a teacher, WWII defense worker, volunteer, wife and mother. She was the last of the Anderson […]

Most of all, Betty was a musician

Betty Lou Grow, 84, Iowa City, Iowa, died of cancer on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012, in her daughter Susan’s home. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 1, at the Congregational United Church of Christ in Iowa City. Family will be present at the church from 9:30 a.m. Another service, and burial, will take place in […]

Ruby Helmberger’s grandchildren were her passion

Ruby Helmberger, 59, of Belle Fourche, died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. The funeral service will be held 10:30 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012, at the United Methodist Church in Belle Fourche. Interment will be held in the Pine Slope Cemetery in Belle Fourche. In lieu of flowers, memorials are […]


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