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Tigers fall short in season-opening road games

By Jay Davis The start was strong one night, the finish strong the next, but both were losses as the Tigers opened the basketball season with two straight road losses. Aberdeen Roncalli The gym at Roncalli is always a snake pit for opposing teams and Monday was no different as the Cavaliers jumped out to a 13-point lead in the […]

Young Lady Tigers struggle in openers

By Jay Davis The first two games for the young Lady Tigers did not prove fruitful as they were beaten 68-18 by Aberdeen Roncalli at home on Tuesday and 77-33 by Britton-Hecla in Britton on Saturday. Coach Ann LaMont and her Lady Tigers have not found success in the early going, but they have learned some things about themselves. “We […]

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Mobridge residents on the east of end of town may have been awakened by the sound of a train hitting a vehicle early Wednesday morning. According to Mobridge Police Captain Al Bohle, at about 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12, the driver of a 2002 Dodge Stratus tried to cross the railroad tracks at the south end of Seventh Avenue […]

Tigers take first and second in 182 and 190 pounds

By Jay Davis The sight on the mat was curious when the 182-pound and 195-pound championship matches came up at the Faulkton Invitational on Saturday. The curious sight was a Mobridge-Pollock Tiger wrestling a Mobridge-Pollock Tiger in each match. David Jensen beat teammate Teddy Lopez for the 182-pound title, while Chase Schoenhard won his second straight title with a come-from-behind […]

KATIE ZERR: Community lost a friend, firefighter

Our community was rocked this weekend with the tragic death of a husband, father, firefighter and friend to many. It is always sad when a small town loses a member of the community, because we feel we have lost a member of our family. We have had a number of these incidents in the years I have been at this […]

Board reviews bond refinancing option

Toby Morris of Doughtrey & Company, Inc., of Sioux Falls told the Mobridge–Pollock School Board Tuesday, Dec. 11, there are options available to refinance the district’s high school building debt. Morris, who worked with the district to get the originally bond financing in place, explained there is a technique that allows a bond issuer to benefit from lower interest rates […]

24/7 Program works in Mobridge

South Dakota is in the national eye with a program that has one main goal for each DUI defendant and that is sobriety 24 hours per day and seven days per week. There are currently work with 67 participating agencies, including police departments, sheriff’s offices, and the Unified Judicial System. Considered the most progressive and outstanding examples of this type […]

Jaimie learns cooking methods from several family members

By Sandy Bond Jaimie Mauck admits she absolutely loves food, and “eats a ton.” “But everyone wonders where it goes,” she said, “because I stay so thin!” She receives inspiration from nearly every member of her family; each has their forte. Her grandmother was the baker in the family, her grandfather loved to cook wild game, her dad is the […]

JAY DAVIS: Tiger basketball teams have been through this before

Those of you who made the road trip on Saturday and hit the gym at home last night saw that the Lady Tigers are in the early stages of what is going to be a couple rebuilding years. When you have to put girls on the court who aren’t even old enough to drive after dark, there will be some […]

Bridges offers help, safety for violence victims

By Peg Wunder Helen Parisian talked about the role Bridges Against Domestic Violence plays in Mobridge when Rotary met on Monday, Dec. 9 at the Moose Lodge. She was introduced to the Rotarians by Duane Martin. Helen has worked with Bridges for most of the 20 years it has been in existence in Mobridge. She started by stating that no […]


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