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JAY DAVIS: Faces changed but relay team as fast as last year

After last May when the Tigers ran to the 1600-meter state title and took second in the 800-meter at the State A Track and Field Meet, not many people expected to see those two relay teams be as fast as any in state again this spring. With two runners returning and some depth coming up, we knew they were going […]

Tax revenue increases help city thrive

According to tax revenue reports, the City of Mobridge has been experiencing growth in sales since 2004, with the exception of 2010, but the drop was not as dramatic as one might expect in the national economic decline. For the most part in the past 10 years, the tax revenue has climbed steadily. In 2004, revenue from the first and […]

Klein Museum wins SDHS award

Klein Museum in Mobridge has received the Organizational Award from the South Dakota Historical Society. The award was established in 1989 and is given annually to one organization whose efforts demonstrate outstanding dedication and commitment to excellence in the sharing and preservation of South Dakota history. In order to win this award, the organization must be shown to have been […]

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The Mobridge Volunteer Fire Department was called to a grass fire on Wednesday, May 1, at the Standing Rock Farms, located near the Little Eagle cut-across road. According to Mobridge Fire Chief Brad Milliken about 28 acres were burned, but he did not know if any injuries or if any other damage occurred at the site. The Mobridge firefighters were […]


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