Golfers win Big Dakota Conference

By Jay Davis No one won medalist honors, but the Tigers dominated the scoreboard after that in winning the Big Dakota Conference golf tournament in Pierre on Thursday. Jayden Bruun of Winner was on fire, shooting a 35-35-70 to take medalist honors. And then the Tigers took over. Mobridge-Pollock golfers controlled the next four spots in the tournament. David Jensen […]

Justin Nobles medals at Ipswich race

By Jay Davis Justin Nobles showed Saturday that he might be a bit of a mudder. Running in rain, Nobles medaled with a 16th place finish at the Ipswich Invitational. “Justin ran the best cross country race I have seen him run so far,” said coach Stephen Hettick. Nobles earned his medal with a time of 18 minutes, 31 seconds. […]

Groton Area rallies to beat Tigers 35-16

By Jay Davis Groton Area scored 28 points in the final 14 minutes to come from behind and beat the Tigers 35-16 in the annual homecoming game at Tiger Stadium on Friday. “We have to finish better,” said coach Nathan Lamb, “But a lot of the stuff we worked on, we did better. We were more physical and we prepared […]

Lady Tigers win cross-county rivalry

By Jay Davis With Walworth/Campbell County bragging rights on the line, the Lady Tigers came up with their best play of the year in defeating Herreid-Selby Area 3-1 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Monday. “We had a few hiccups, but once again we regrouped and came away with the victory,” said coach Keri Bolduan. “I thought our defense played […]

Janice Barone loses battle with cancer

Funeral services for Janice Barone, 76, of Aberdeen and formerly of Mobridge, were held Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, at UCC Church in Mobridge. Janice passed away Sept. 12, 2013, at Golden LivingCenter in Mobridge after a two-week battle with pancreatic cancer, surrounded by her family. Janice (Bartels) Barone was born July 19, 1937, to Abe and Olive Bartels in Mott, […]

Oscar ‘Bud’ Stadel owned Texaco station

Memorial services for Oscar “Bud” Stadel, 89, of Mobridge, will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, at 10:30 a.m., at Trinity Lutheran Church. Inurnment will be at Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Bud passed away Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, at the Bowdle Nursing Home. Oscar Herman Stadel was born Oct. 15, 1023, on a farm […]

Once shy, Verlene likes to visit

By Betty Street “I used to be really bashful when I was in school and never said anything,” said Verlene Aman. When asked what major event cured her shyness and gave her poise and confidence, she said, “I sincerely don’t know what changed my life, but I enjoy talking.” And she does. Since that time, Verlene immensely enjoys talking with […]

Dumdie takes part in white coat ceremony

Submitted Story Selby native Jennifer Dumdie was among 125 medical students to participate in the white coat ceremony of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, at La Jolla, Calif., on Aug. 30. Jennifer is the daughter of Deb Dumdie and Robbie Dumdie of Selby. In the white coat ceremony, incoming medical students are welcomed into the medical […]

Design plan for Wrigley Square revealed

The Mobridge City Council saw the first rendition of the Wrigley Square project Monday, Sept. 16, and met the students and faculty who will work on the project. Professor Brian Rex, head of the architecture department at South Dakota State University (SDSU) presented a further developed design for the End of Line Project at Wrigley Square. Rex explained the triangle […]

Readers asked to join Opinions Page

By Katie  Zerr Readers who have wanted to share a little piece of wisdom, but didn’t want to write a letter to the editor can now do that, anonymously, through a new column in the Mobridge Tribune. Taking a cue from area newspapers, the staff at the Tribune is giving our readers the chance to share their opinions in the […]

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