Youth Project receives National Park Service funds

The Cheyenne River Youth Project announced today that it has received National Park Service funds in the amount of $2,250. These funds will allow the 26-year-old, not-for-profit youth organization to organize a two-day youth trip to Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming and Bear Butte State Park in South Dakota. This NPS grant was made available to native not-for-profit and […]

CFO now learning pizza skills

By Travis Svihovec Accounting more than cooking is in Renae Tisdall’s blood. “I’ve always been good with numbers,” she said. “I always knew in high school that I wanted to go into accounting, and I had a very good business teacher (Erling Izler).” Renae is a 1996 graduate of Herreid High School. She earned a bachelor’s in accounting and business […]

Maria Stiegelmeier, simple stay-at-home mom, was much more to many people

Marie Stiegelmeier, 50, of Bismarck, N.D., died May 20, 2015, at Rochester Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mass of Christian Burial was held Wednesday, May 27, at Church of St. Anne in Bismarck. Burial was in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bismarck, under the direction of Parkway Funeral and Cremation Service of Bismarck. Marie was born on Oct. 6, 1964, to Jack […]

Wolverines, Patriots set state teams

By Jay Davis Herreid-Selby Area and Eureka-Bowdle rounded out their state teams at the Region 2B Track and Field Meet in Gettysburg on Thursday. Herreid-Selby Area is sending 15 Wolverines to state, but did not add a lot at the region. The team was pretty much set during the regular season. The girls won two region titles and took one […]

Lady Tigers repeat as Region 6A champs

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers are the region champions for the second year in a row. The girls used four region titles and six runner-up finishes to score 137 points and eke out a one-point victory over Miller. Winner was also in the mix, coming in just 10 points in back of the Lady Tigers. “That was a good […]

JAY DAVIS: Lady Tigers are only region track champions in last 20 years

With the Lady Tigers winning their second straight Region 6A title in Miller on Thursday, I got to wondering if they were the only two track region champions we’ve had since I started covering MHS sports back in 1997. It turns out they are. I had to go all the way back to 1994 to find the last time the […]

KATIE ZERR: Republican strategy could end up a trap

As more and more Republicans throw their hats into the race for the White House in 2016 and the controversy surrounding the probable Democrat candidate continues to swirl like a tornado on the Oklahoma prairie, the mind trust of the Republican party has chosen a strange strategy for the upcoming election. They have saddled the horse with questioning whether the […]

New charge delays Thompson trial

By Katie Zerr – An additional charge against a former Mobridge pastor has led to one charge being dropped, another charge filed against him and a new trial. Timothy Thompson, 40, was facing one count of sexual contact with a child under the age of 16 connected with an incident that allegedly occurred in Mobridge while Thompson was the pastor […]

Run-off raises lake, helps walleye spawn

By Katie Zerr – In a year when abnormally dry conditions through the last months of winter and first months of spring were causing concerns about the level of Lake Oahe, heavy May rains have a positive impact. With the steady rain comes runoff. With runoff comes rising levels and good hatching conditions for fish populations in the Lake Oahe. […]

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The Mobridge Tribune is continuing to work with the USPS concerning delivery problems to our out-of-town customers. This is not the fault of the Mobridge Tribune as their paper is delivered to the Post Office in Mobridge at the designated time each Wednesday nor is it the fault of the US Postal office in our areas. Recent changes by Congress […]

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