Sackreiter, Schily indicted by federal grand jury

By Katie Zerr – Two area residents who were arrested this summer in connection to a discovery of methamphetamine in a First Avenue West home have been indicted by a federal grand jury. Aaron Dwight Sackreiter, 34, and Stan Schiley, 59, were indicted Tuesday, Sept. 16 on federal charges of one count of conspiracy with intent to distribute or possess to […]

KATIE ZERR: We need to understand what lies beneath

This week football fans across the country are wondering what has happened to their sport. The NFL and its team owners have gone from one of the most powerful group of men in this country to one scurrying to correct glaring mistakes that could lead to a mighty downfall. It has been like watching a cocky boxer back-peddling under a […]

JAY DAVIS: Is it time to rethink the game of football?

Imagine our world without football. Even right here in our little town, nearly 200 young men and children practice and play the game every day. Our Friday nights are filled with the high school game. On Saturday mornings youngsters flock to the field for the chance to don a helmet and shoulder pads and try to knock the tar out […]

Tigers win Big Dakota Conference golf title

By Jay Davis David Jensen won medalist honors leading Mobridge-Pollock to the Big Dakota Conference Golf Tournament title in Chamberlain on Tuesday. “What a good day for the Tigers,” said coach Jason Weisbeck. It was nice to see us compete well within our region and bring home the conference title.” With Jensen shooting a tourney-best 81, the Tigers shot 351 […]

Groton Area rallies past Tigers in second half

By Jay Davis The “Eye of the Tiger” traveling trophy will spend its first year away from the Bridge City after Groton Area rallied in the second half to defeat Mobridge-Pollock 27-18 in Groton on Friday. “We made some mistakes, but we were right in there until we ran out of gas in the second half,” said coach Nathan Lamb. […]

Lady Tigers fire on all cylinders in 3-0 whitewash over Groton

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers kept their early-season roll going with a 3-0 whitewash over Groton Area at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Tuesday. Mobridge-Pollock never gave the visiting Tigers a chance to take the momentum in a 25-16, 25-20, 25-22 win. “That’s the intensity level we want to play at,” said coach Rose Henderson. Breaking down the match, […]

Lady Tigers win fourth straight home tourney title

By Jay Davis It wasn’t all pretty all of the time, but the Lady Tigers defeated Leola-Frederick 2-1 in the championship match of the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational Volleyball Tournament on Saturday. The win gave the Lady Tigers their fourth straight title at their home tournament. “I’m very proud of the girls for finishing the day strong and keeping our undefeated record […]

Area Child Protection Team brings Dakota Smiles to city

Submitted The Mobridge Area Child Protection Team contracted with Delta Dental to have the Care Mobile come to Mobridge from Aug. 11 through  15.  As a site partner, the Child Protection Team paid just $2,500 to add Mobridge to Dakota Smiles’ busy schedule. Dakota Smiles, Delta Dental’s mobile dental program, was founded in 2004 through a partnership between Delta Dental […]

‘Throw things together’ works as well as recipes

By Travis Svihovec Kristi (Kemnitz) Eisemann has a few recipes on paper or stored electronically, but most of her meals are the product of intuition and trial and error. “I throw things together a lot,” Kristi said. “My chicken tacos are a made-up recipe.” Kristi, daughter of Lyle and Arlis Kemnitz of Mobridge, is a 1999 graduate of Mobridge High […]

Max was loving little man

Funeral services for Max Walking Elk, 8, of Mobridge, were held Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, at the Rock Creek Community Center in Bullhead. Cremation followed under the direction of Stout Family Funeral Home of Mobridge. Max entered the spirit world on Sept. 10, 2014, in Sioux Falls. Max was born on Jan. 14, 2006, in Bismarck, N.D. He attended kindergarten […]

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