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Cardinals looking to fill baseball roster

By Jay Davis It may not seem like it today, but baseball season is just around the corner and the Mobridge Cardinals amateur baseball team is looking for a few players for the upcoming season. Manager Justin Kappes said the team has an expected roster of about 11 players right now, but the Cardinals have plenty of room for more. […]

Lady Tiger golf season finally starts here Monday

By Jay Davis With temperatures hitting the 70s and staying there for a few days, it looks like the Lady Tiger golf season is going to get started on Monday. The Lady Tigers host the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Monday. “It’s going to be wet, but whatever we can do to have it, we will,” said […]

Iverson, Biel, relay team win events for Wolverines

By Jay Davis Herreid-Selby Area earned three wins at the Sisseton/Northern State Indoor Meet at the Barnett Center in Aberdeen on Monday. Austin Iverson won one event and ran a relay leg in another. Iverson won the 55-meter hurdles with a time of 7.94 seconds to beat Zach Crandall of Britton-Hecla, who ran an 8.12. Cooper Schaefbauer, Logan Schaefbauer and […]

Indoors, but Tigers back on track

By Jay Davis After five straight meets were snowed out, the Tiger track and field team finally got to compete at the Sisseton/Northern State Indoor Meet at the Barnett Center in Aberdeen on Monday. “It was not the best of conditions running indoors, but it was good to run,” said coach Marty Looyenga. “The Sisseton coaches did a really good […]

Frank Sonnek possessed voracious intellectual curiosity

Private service for Frank Sonnek, 85, of Aberdeen will be held at Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery in Aberdeen with Rev. Eldon Reich officiating. Frank died peacefully at home with loved ones after a six-month, brave battle with esophageal caner on Saturday, April 13, 2013. He was born March 5, 1927, in Marmarth, N.D., to Frank and Nena Ellen (Stuart) Sonnek. […]

Goldie Fischer dies in Rapid City

Goldie M. Fischer, 92, of Rapid City and formerly of Mobridge, passed away Tuesday, April 16, 2013, of natural causes at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Goldie was born on July 17, 1920, at Canata, S.D., to Clyde and Wilma (Jacobs) Sharp. She was raised on a ranch southeast of Interior. Goldie was one of 17 children. Goldie married Alfred McIlravy […]

Darlene Binfet taught for 40 years

By Betty Street Darlene Binfet retired after a 40-year teaching career in 2008, the year that Pollock schools combined with Mobridge. This included 36 years teaching in Mobridge and four years in Pollock, which is also from where she graduated high school. The story of how Darlene started teaching in Pollock is fascinating. She grew up on the family farm […]

Delta Kappa Gamma adds member

By LuAnne Bosch Delta Kappa Gamma held its April 16 meeting at Zion Lutheran Church.  The 23 members and one guest enjoyed a soup and sandwich meal provided by members with last names beginning with the letters L through W. President Betty Reich called the meeting to order.  The March minutes and treasurer’s report were approved. Bridges House acknowledged the […]

Rotary program gives background on 3B tax

By Peg Wunder Jesse Konold presented the program for Rotary, Monday, April 22, which he introduced as “Free Stuff from Taxes,” informing Rotarians about the 3B tax money. The tax is collected by the State of South Dakota as part of the sales tax. That part is returned to City of Mobridge, which turns it over to the 3B committee […]

Indoors, but Tigers back on track

By Jay Davis After five straight meets were snowed out, the Tiger track and field team finally got to compete at the Sisseton/Northern State Indoor Meet at the Barnett Center in Aberdeen on Monday. “It was not the best of conditions running indoors, but it was good to run,” said coach Marty Looyenga. “The Sisseton coaches did a really good […]


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