Eleven wrestlers medal at state meet

By Jay Davis Mobridge’s youth wrestlers brought home 11 medals from the SDWC State Tournament in Brookings over the weekend. BrookeLynn Vogel took second place in Girl’s Schoolboy 105. Three wrestlers finished fourth: Luke Olson in Tots 46; Bryston Goehring in Schoolboy 80; and Caden Lenz in Schoolboy 110. Ethan Black Fox wrestled to fifth place in Schoolboy Heavyweight. Sixth-place […]

John Begeman qualifies for state meet at season-opening Eureka Early Bird

By Jay Davis John Begeman of Herreid-Selby Area can already make plans for the last weekend in May. Begeman cleared the bar at 6 feet, 1 inch to qualify for state in the high jump at the Eureka Early Bird on Monday. While Begeman earned his state-qualification, he did not win the meet, finished second to Bryce Malsam of Edmunds […]

Lady Tiger golf team has high hopes

By Jay Davis With a wealth of experience, the Lady Tigers enter the golf season with high expectations. “This is a do or die kind of year,” said coach Jason Weisbeck. “The goal is to place high at the state meet. It’s a realistic goal.” The foursome of seniors Miranda Eisemann, Chelsy Hoffman and Aundrea Kramer and junior Emily Dale […]

Ed Miller dies in California

Edgar “Ed” Miller, 78, of San Pedro, Calif., passed away on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, peacefully at his home in San Pedro. He as born Sept. 20, 1936, in Mobridge, and graduated from Mobridge High School in 1954. He attended the School of Mines in Rapid City and Northern State College in Aberdeen. Ed was active in all sports. He […]

Cora Sandmeier was loving, caring person

Funeral services for Cora Sandmeier, 93, of Mobridge and formerly of Glenham, were held Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at St. Jacobi Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glenham. Burial was in Glenham Cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. Cora passed away March 28, 2015, at Golden LivingCenter in Mobridge. Cora was born on May 3, 1920, in rural […]

Risa makes salad, husband grills

By Katie Zerr Risa Fryhling’s tastes haves expanded since she married her husband Kyle, who has introduced her many new things, including vegetables. She and Kyle and their daughter Letty Rue are new to Mobridge, having moved here from Bismarck to take jobs. The family had camped in the Mobridge area several times and decided to make their home in […]

Artist tells, illustrates story of rural Maple Leaf School

Submitted article Arts and Travel members met at the Jan Auble home the evening of March 23.  Betty Reich presided over the business meeting. Election of officers was held with the following elected:  president, Marlys Jundt; vice-president, Sylvia Cahill; secretary/treasurer, Theresa Hazel; and corresponding secretary, Robbie Nuemiller. Mary Ann Knudson, following our “Once Upon A Time” theme, gave her program.  […]

Training puts officers in real-life situations

By Katie Zerr – Weapons raised, two officers scanned the halls of a school, searching for an active shooter still in the building. Turning a corner, they come upon a wounded victim and a man matching the description of the perpetrator. He has a gun in his hand and turns to flee the officers, refusing to comply with orders to […]

Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday

The Mobridge Area Chamber of Commerce and retailers will be hosting the annual Easter Egg Hunt in the city park on Saturday, April 4 beginning at 1 p.m. sharp. The park will be divided into sections according to age. There will be 5,000 eggs hidden in park for area children to find. One of the eggs will contain a ticket […]

JAY DAVIS: Bryant starting season in minors will be just fine

Joe Mauer made his Major League debut on April 15, 2005. Mike Trout made is Major League debut on July 8, 2012. Giancarlo Stanton made his Major League debut on June 8, 2010. Former Cubs Ryne Sandberg and Mark Grace made their debuts in September and May, respectively. Current Cubs Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo debuted in May and June, […]

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