Eating habits, food choices top New Year’s resolution lists

By Katie Zerr The first of the year brings with it a celebration of birth of a new year. There are parties (with food and drinks), dinners with a significant other (with food and drinks), football (with food and drinks) and for one out of three Americans, the last day before they start a New Year’s resolution. For a lot […]

Rodeo Hall of Famer Alvin Nelson dies

Funeral services for Alvin Nelson, 80, of Grassy Butte, N.D., were held on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014, at First Lutheran Church in Watford City, N.D. Burial was in the Grassy Butte Cemetery under the direction of Fulkerson Funeral Home of Watford City. Alvin died Dec. 23, 2014, at a hospital in Rochester, Minn. Alvin was born April 5, 1934, a […]

7-footer proves mismatch for Tigers

By Jay Davis Seven-foot, one-inch center Nathaniel Brown Bull made life in the lane impossible for the Tigers as Little Wound defeated Mobridge-Pollock 66-51 in the Rotary Classic at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Saturday. Little Wound led 9-7 late in the first quarter when Robert Shangreaux and Shane Rooks hit three-pointers, leading the visitors to a 17-9 lead after […]

Tigers claim four titles at Webster

By Jay Davis Four Tigers won weight titles at the Webster Area Invite in Webster on Saturday. Taking first place were David Jensen at 195 pounds, Chase Schoenhard at 220 pounds, Isaac Olson at 126 pounds and Jaden Shepherd at 120 pounds. With Jaden Madison taking second at 132, Caden Lenz taking third at 105, Kegan Pearman taking fourth at […]

Lady Tigers storm past South Border

By Jay Davis When it came time for push and shove, it was the Lady Tigers who got assertive. After trailing for three quarters, Mobridge-Pollock surged to a 55-47 win over South Border, N.D., in the Rotary Classic at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Saturday. “I have to give the girls credit for not giving up and taking care of […]

Commission finished business for 2014

Walworth County Commissioners at an end-of-the-year meeting Tuesday, Dec. 30, closed the year’s business with transfers to balance department budgets. The agenda called for discussion on other matters, but those were tabled and only two agenda items were worked on, according to auditor Becky Krein. Those included a joint powers agreement between the Mobridge-Pollock School District and the county and […]

Two die in head-on collision near Isabel

– By Katie Zerr An Isabel man died Friday, Dec. 26, in a two-vehicle crash approximately 15 miles north of Isabel. Mattheus Christiaan Weldon, 33, of Isabel, was driving a 2000 Dodge Ram pickup truck northbound on 235th Ave., when his vehicle collided head- on with a southbound 2004 Nissan Titan pickup truck driven by Cornelis Johannes Weldon, 26, of Isabel. […]

KATIE ZERR: Bragging, plotting a part of resolutions

As we reflect back on 2014 and look forward to 2015, many of us are wishing for a better, more prosperous New Year. This is the time for setting certain goals for the upcoming year and striving to reach those goals. Whether it is to change jobs, commit to a healthier lifestyle, buy a house or new car, many of […]

JAY DAVIS: Tigers looking good in wrestling rankings

The Tiger wrestlers are holding strong with their state rankings and could start showing even more in the future. In the DD Rankings released weekly at dakotagrappler.com, Chase Schoenhard is still ranked number one in state at 220 pounds. David Jensen is holding strong as the second-ranked wrestler at 195 pounds and Isaac Olson is ranked 10th at 126 pounds. […]

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