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NOTICE: Due to an untimely press breakdown, the Mobridge Tribune will be delivered late on Wednesday. Papers will be delivered to customers in town as soon as we are able to have them printed. This week’s Tribune will be available online today at 2 p.m. to all subscribers at our E-edition site. The Mobridge Tribune Staff appreciates your patience and […]

Walkers Raise Awareness

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Wacipi Honors Seniors

Food insecurity a problem in state, area

By Katie Zerr- When an adult does not get the proper nutrition or enough food to fuel the body’s needs to perform daily tasks, it can cause harm in many ways. For a child, the results can be long-term. Not having enough of the right kinds of food can impact a child’s physical and mental health, academic achievement and future […]

Pool project progressing, rafters up

By Katie Zerr – A highly anticipated project is under the watchful eye of residents and pool committee members as the construction of the outdoor pool moves along in northeast Mobridge. Rafters are being set on the pump house and bath house, plumbers and electricians continue to install systems of pipes and wiring and soon, the heavy equipment will begin […]

KATIE ZERR: Our actions form those of our children

The sight of young people swarming around a beach, drinks in hand, ignoring a group of men raping an incapacitated woman not 10 feet away from them, is a disgusting and disturbing sight. That fact that videos of the event were sent across social media is nearly too sickening to contemplate. Yet, during spring break in Panama City, Fla., last […]

JAY DAVIS: State list short as April turns to May

I know we are just turning the calendar page to May, but qualifier lists for the state track meets seem a little scant at the season’s midway point. The boys’ relays in Class A and B are dragging. In Class A there are just 11 team qualified in the five races combined. Class B has an even smaller number with […]

Mandi grows, cans, freezes for homemade goodness

A childhood chore of picking raspberries in her grandmother’s garden instilled in Mandi Voller that there is nothing like homegrown and homemade. A scale operator at North Central Farmer’s Elevator in Pollock, Mandi said that she really loves to garden and that her garden grows bigger every year. She and her husband Lance grow a wide variety of fruits and […]

Brian Pfeifle served country in Vietnam

Brian Pfeifle, 65, of Tucson, Ariz., passed away on Friday, April 10, 2015, after a long and hard-fought battle with cancer. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, under the direction of Kinkade Funeral Chapel of Sturgis. Brian was born in Walworth County on Dec. 11, 1949. He graduated from Mobridge-High […]


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