KATIE ZERR: Words change the course of history

The constant bombardment of information about the Fiscal Cliff and what it will do to the economy has put a damper on the mood of the nation. As the nation waits for Congress to put aside its differences and work out a deal to avoid the Fiscal Cliff, the uncertainty of what lies ahead for our country weighs heavily on […]

JAY DAVIS: Hoops teams looking for success as the calendar turns

If you read the Rotary Classic preview, you saw that the Lady Tigers’ 0-5 record has been against some of the best teams in the area, if not the state. The hill the Lady Tigers are climbing could become a mountain before they reach teams that are ripe for picking. After the undefeated Herreid-Selby Area Wolverines, the Lady Tigers open […]

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Sully Buttes Chargers rumble past Lady Tigers 82-33

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers just keep running into quality team after quality team. A deep and talented Sully Buttes squad flew past the Lady Tigers 82-33 in Onida on Thursday. Mobridge-Pollock handled the Sully Buttes pressure pretty well at first, but the Chargers had two scoring spurts and opened a 24-8 lead after one quarter. The floodgates opened […]

Tigers split matches at Potter County triangular

By Jay Davis The Tiger wrestlers split a pair of matches at the Potter County triangular in Hoven on Thursday. Mobridge-Pollock beat Leola-Ipswich 22-9 in an abbreviated match and then dropped a 52-24 match to host Potter County. Coach Spencer Novotny chose to leave a few wrestlers on the sideline instead of having them earn forfeit wins, leaving just six […]

Her secret ingredient is love

By Sandy Bond (If you want to be our Cook of the Week or know a good candidate, please contact Katie at 845-3646 or email at sandybond@hotmail.com.) Always following directions for a recipe to a T, at least for the first time, Cindi Miller subsequently tweaks the recipe just a little. But sometimes she changes it to the point that […]

City weighing options for pool funding

Officials with the City of Mobridge are exploring a number of options that would help to fund a new aquatics center. The city is currently looking into opting out of the tax freeze and issuing bonds for the $2.5 million cost of the project. According to Mobridge City Administrator Steve Gasser, it is a good time to issue project bonds. […]

District has crises policy in place

In the wake of recent events, questions are being asked about what would happen in Mobridge-Pollock Schools, if there was a threat of immediate danger to the safety of students. The district has a crisis policy plan in place that addresses a number of incident scenarios and the response to each. Officials on site could modify the responses to a […]

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Brandon Peters of Mobridge will spend time in the state penitentiary for his role in helping another prisoner escape from the Walworth County Jail. On Monday, Dec. 10, Peters, 34, was sentenced to five years in prison after he and other inmates in October helped Jeff Padilla, of New Mexico, who was being held at the jail, cut through the […]

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