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Beadle, Wiederholt qualify for state cross country

By Jay Davis Danielle Beadle and Daysia Wiederholt qualified for state at the Region 4A Cross Country Meet in Chamberlain on Thursday. Beadle finished in the top 10. She ran a 16:43 to take ninth place. Wiederholt crossed the finish line at 17:29 to capture 19th place. With their top-20 finishes, the Lady Tigers qualified to compete in the State […]

Tigers hold on to beat Cubs

By Jay Davis Though battered and bruised and beset with injury, the Tigers dug deep to defeat the Chamberlain Cubs 21-13 in Chamberlain on Friday. “That win might be the biggest for our program moving forward,” said coach Nathan Lamb. “A beaten up team fought and clawed and found a way to win.” It was not easy though, as the […]

Lady Tigers win last two home matches

The Lady Tigers fell 3-1 at Linton-HMB on Tuesday after winning a pair of home matches, beating Potter County 3-1 on Monday and Sully Buttes 3-1 on Thursday. “We have played a bit sluggish at times,” said coach Keri Bolduan. “We need to work on our blocking and making sure we play every point as if it is game point.” […]

Sandy’s on a break (sort of), Tribune staff offer recipes

By Katie Zerr If there is one constant in the newspaper business is that there are always hurdles to clear. Last weekend our feature writer Sandy Bond took a tumble and broke her arm. Surgery is required and Sandy will spend Friday having a surgeon repair the break. At this time we do not know how long Sandy will be […]

Basket raffle to raise money for library addition furnishings

By Travis Svihovec Two gift baskets, one themed “It’s a Girl Thing” and the other “An Old Fashion Date Night,” are being raffled in an effort to raise money for furnishings in the new addition to A.H. Brown Public Library. Tickets are $5 each or five for $20. They are available at the library, Homespun, Western Rancher, Bridge City Florist […]

Second Harvest Festival set for Oct. 28 at Edge Event Center

By Wendy Thorstenson The second annual Harvest Festival is in the works offering free fun for the whole family from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28, at the Edge Event Center parking lot in Mobridge. Last year’s festival hosted approximately 200 children and their families for the popular hay bale obstacle course, hay rides, face painting, pumpkin pie […]

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Mobridge Police are investigating a vehicle pedestrian accident that occurred on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Freeman Davis School. Police released the following information concerning the accident: At 7:48 a.m. the Mobridge Police Department received multiple calls reporting a vehicle/pedestrian accident in front of Freeman Davis School. A juvenile male from Mobridge while crossing the street on his way to school […]

Ballot issues will impact school district

By Katie Zerr Two measures on the November ballot will have a direct impact on the Mobridge-Pollock School District. Both could change the manner in which all South Dakota school districts are managed. Initiated measure 15 is a proposed one-cent increase in the state’s sales and use taxes. The money collected from that increase would be placed in a special […]

Council debates the cost of grave digging

By Katie Zerr A requested increase in the cost of digging graves in the two Mobridge Cemeteries ignited a debate at the Mobridge City Council meeting, Monday, Oct. 15, on whether the cost is a fair price for that service. The city has a contract with Gregg’s Drilling and Excavation of Mobridge and received a request from Griewski for a […]

Pink Patrol Raises Funds to Fight Cancer


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