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Lady Tiger offense comes to life in fourth quarter

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers fell to 0-8 with a home loss to Miller on Friday and a road loss at Groton Area on Saturday, but showed signs of life with a season-high in points in the 49-37 loss to the 7-2 Groton Area Tigers. “We played our best basketball game we’ve played all year,” said coach Ann LaMont. […]

Defensive switch leads Tigers to 64-43 win over rival Midgets

By Jay Davis Switching up the defense and shutting down McLaughlin’s long-range bombing turned things around as the Tigers used a big second half to run away from the Midgets 64-43 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. “That was the first time we’ve seen a team overload the court with perimeter players,” said coach Tim Frederick. “We made some […]

Schoenhard wins Mid-Dakota Monster

By Jay Davis Chase Schoenhard had the biggest weekend of his career taking first place at the Mid-Dakota Monster in Presho on Saturday. Brett Lang earned a place on the medal stand, taking seventh at 220 pounds. “This is probably the toughest tournament we go to all season,” said coach Spencer Novotny. “You know it’s tough when kids are winning […]

‘Assassin’s chili’ not for kids

By Sandy Bond Being a kind-hearted guy, Zane Schulz overcame a deep rooted case of ornithophobia (fear of fowl) that he held for nearly 60 years after being attacked by hens in a chicken coop at the age of three while collecting eggs on the family farm, he said, so his wife, Janie, could have pet birds. He has even […]

Albino pheasants are trophies

By Sandy Bond The peace, the quiet and the solitude, and seeing his Labradors, Maggie and Pepper, work the pheasant are what Al Schorg of Selby loves about pheasant hunting. Pheasant season ended last week and Al and Maggie have added another rare albino pheasant to the tally, for a total of six. He bagged one that had a somewhat […]

Greg Reed dies

Greg Reed, 59, died at Dougherty Hospice House in Sioux Falls on Jan. 12, 2014. He was born Oct. 1, 1954, in Madison to Bob and Deloris (Reinicke) Reed. He married Deborah Prasek in Selby on June 10, 1978. He is survived by his wife, Deb of Madison; one son, Brian (Kallah Reidesel) of Madison; two daughters, Laure Reed of […]

Anthony White Bull dies in Denver, Colo.

Funeral services for Anthony White Bull, 49, of Denver, Colo., and formerly of Mobridge, will be Friday, Jan. 17, 2014, at 1 p.m. at Stout Family Funeral Home in Mobridge, with Father Rob Schwarz, Deacon Bea Skinner and the Episcopal Lay Readers officiating. Burial will follow at Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of Stout Family Funeral Home. Anthony entered the […]

Jack Hazel taught family much

Mass of Christian Burial for Jack B. Hazel, 79, of Mobridge, was held Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Mobridge. Burial was in Timber Lake Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Jack passed away Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, at Mobridge Regional Hospital. Jack was born April 27, 1934, in Sioux City, Iowa, […]

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The Mobridge Area Chamber of Commerce is being awarded a little over $11,000 in matching funds from the South Dakota Department of Tourism to develop and implement a new regional marketing campaign in 2014. The Chamber of Commerce moved to a regional focus in 2004 and is excited about this new opportunity to promote the many fantastic communities within 60 […]

Sunshine and a good bite equal success

The fish were biting and the sun was shining Saturday, Jan. 11, as 1,000 anglers took to the ice for the 13th annual Mobridge Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Committee Ice Fishing Tournament. With temperatures nearing 40 degrees and light winds, it made for a nearly perfect day to spend out on the ice. The ice was not only covered […]


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