Fishing Tigers win AGLOW 2014 High School Grant

By Berdette Zastrow, AGLOW Many of the world’s good deeds happen during the holiday season. One of the best happened in Mobridge last Christmas season, thanks to the Mobridge-Pollock Fishing Tigers, a high school fishing team that has taken fishing to another level and now has received a special award/grant for their project. The Mobridge-Pollock Fishing Tigers recently received the […]

Lady Panthers edge Lady Tigers 48-42

By Jay Davis After trailing for three and a half quarters, the Lady Tigers took the lead midway through the fourth quarter, but Timber Lake regained momentum and beat Mobridge-Pollock 48-42 in Timber Lake on Thursday. “We didn’t give up, that’s for sure,” said coach Lindsey Kramer. “Getting the lead for the first time in the second half was good […]

Tigers hold off Potter County

By Jay Davis The Tigers held off Potter County for their first win of the season at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Saturday, beating the Battlers 63-60. “After Aberdeen Roncalli, we knew what we had to do and our kids committed to that,” said coach Tim Frederick. The game featured the Tigers going on short runs to forge a lead […]

David Jensen wins Linton Holiday title

By Jay Davis David Jensen ran his season record to 10-0 by taking first place at the Linton Holiday Tournament in Linton, N.D., on Friday and Saturday. In winning the title, Jensen defeated two of the best 195-pounders in North Dakota. Jensen beat third-ranked Jed Bopp of Oakes 3-1 in the semifinals before taking down top-ranked Matthew Gross of Napoleon […]

Ramey Hill had a passion for working with horses

Funeral services for Ramey Hill, 20, of Wakpala, were held Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, at the Wakpala School. Burial was at St. Bede’s Catholic Cemetery, Wakpala, under the direction of Stout Family Funeral Home of Mobridge. Ramey entered the spirit world on Dec. 12, 2014, in Wakpala. Ramey Christopher Hill, “Cetay’ Ska” (White Hawk), was born June 6, 1994, in […]

Southern recipes still best

By Katie Zerr There are some things that just don’t taste the same, no matter if they are made with similar ingredients according to Kentucky transplant Amber Chaney. Chaney, who moved to South Dakota in late summer from Dry Ridge, Ky., said there are just some favorites that she craves that she just can’t get here. One is a concoction […]

Area campground manager gives program on projects

By Peg Wunder Jeff Jensen introduced Dan Richards, who manages Indian Creek Campground, West Pollock and Lake Hiddenwood when Rotary met on Dec. 22. Richards informed the Rotarians about the NRA grant to update the rifle range. He said that extensive work has been done with the National Guard moving a lot of dirt. He said there is no charge […]

KATIE ZERR: Santa, can we make this year about change?

Dear Santa, It is once again time for my annual Christmas letter. This year I decided that you don’t want to hear any excuses about my behavior. I can only say not everything was my fault and I will try harder next year. This has been a trying year, Santa. Our nation is torn apart by injustice, by civil disobedience, […]

JAY DAVIS: Look who’s back in town

Fans making it to Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym in time for the 2 p.m. Mobridge Rotary Classic game on Saturday will be in for a bit of a nostalgic treat. When the Herreid-Selby Area girls host Lyman, on the sideline for the Raiders will be first-year head coach Brittany Reuman nee Fuhrman. And yes, that is the same Britt who […]

Close Encounters of a Christmas Kind

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