Cardinals rally to beat Northville 3-2

By Jay Davis The Cardinals rallied with two runs in the bottom of the seventh for a 3-2 walk-off win over Northville at Legion Memorial Field on Sunday. Trailing 2-1 with just three outs left in the game, the Cardinals started a rally with Greg Heyne and Andrew Overland drawing walks. With two outs and the runners having advanced to […]

Teeners open with win

By Jay Davis The Teeners put an end to a long losing streak when they opened the season with a 10-8 win over Eureka-Selby in Selby on Wednesday. Trailing 8-5, the Teeners rallied to tie the game with three runs in the top of the sixth. Jordan Bachmeier and Trent Thompson scored on an RBI hit by Brady Greger before […]

Rau, Wientjes win region rodeo titles

By Jay Davis Madison Rau and Reece Wientjes were in top form, each winning an event average, at the Ft. Pierre Regional Rodeo, June 6 through 8. Rau won the barrel racing average. She won the first go with a time of 16.95 seconds and took third in the second go with a time of 16.689 seconds, giving her a […]

‘Buck’ Bown dies at 87

Marion Lyle “Buck” Bown, 87, formerly of Mobridge, passed away Sunday, April 20, 2014, at Aberdeen Health and Rehab. A graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, June 14, 2014, at 12:30 p.m., at Greenwood Cemetery in Mobridge with Brent Alkire officiating. Buck Bown was born May 31, 1926, to James and Clara (Wilding) Bown of Onida. The youngest of […]

Outdoors bring Isdells to area

By Katie Zerr From the state of Washington to McLaughlin may seem to be a long trek, but for James and Christina Isdell it is a short path in their road of life. James is a man who has made a career of the outdoors and always wanted a job that allowed him to work in the elements. He was […]

Intern shares experiences with Mobridge Rotarians

By Peg Wunder Franklin Gross introduced Sarah Bertsch, who presented the program at Rotary on Monday, June 9. Sarah is the Mobridge Tribune summer intern and calls Eureka and Mobridge home.  Her grandparents, Dennis and Sandy Rische, live here in Mobridge. Sarah will be a junior at South Dakota State University this fall, giving her the opportunity to serve two […]

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Districts takes steps to help students struggling in math

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board on Monday, June 9, heard a report of a new program to help students struggling with math and algebra and also proposed changes to student handbooks. The board meeting was held in the Pollock Community Center, (formerly the Pollock School) and was attended by a handful of Pollock residents. Superintendent Tim Frederick told the board that […]

Commissioners here more road requests

Walworth County Commissioners at the Friday, June 6, meeting discussed the issues of servicing private roads in the county and dealing with nuisance property issues. Residents living along Riverview, near New Evarts, spoke to the commission about an earlier discussion on paying the county for services along Riverview Road. The group had formed a road district and paid to have […]

KATIE ZERR: Aftermath of Cantor’s defeat: More of nothing

There was what some media are calling an earthquake in Washington, D.C., last night and the aftermath could mean an even more divisive, cantankerous political atmosphere in the nation’s capitol. What happened in the Virginia Republican Primary last night cannot bode well for the people of the United States. It seems Eric Cantor is not conservative enough to satisfy the […]

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