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Toad in the hole, dippy eggs among Tiernan’s favorites

By Kendra Thorstenson This week’s cook, Tiernan Ashley, comes all the way from London, England. Tiernan is a faithful Mobridge Tribune reader, and reads everything that is posted online. He is familiar with the cook of the week and his wife, Kea (Thorstenson) Ashley, says that being cook is, “Tiernan’s dream come true.” It took nine and one-half hours flying […]

‘Ghastly’ villain disrupts ceremony

Submitted article The evil villain Ghastly Gary (portrayed by Pastor Gary Street) interrupted the awards ceremony of A. H. Brown Library’s “Every Hero Has a Story,” summer reading program. Ghastly Gary laughed maniacally, tossed in a comic bomb containing a message, and utterer the challenge to the superheroes “Catch me if you can.”  The clue was solved and the chase […]

Warner tops Mobridge-Selby 15-16 Shockers

By Jay Davis Warner scored four runs in the first inning and tacked on six more in the fourth and fifth to pull away from the Mobridge-Selby 15-16 Shockers for a 14-3 win at Legion Memorial Field on Tuesday. With his team holding the lead, Warner pitcher Micah Hoellein held the Shockers at bay through five innings. He gave up […]

Cardinals top Northville, earn third straight victory

By Jay Davis The Mobridge Cardinals ran their winning streak to three games with an 8-3 win over Northville in Northville on Wednesday. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, Mobridge scored two runs in the fifth and three more in the sixth to take 7-2 lead. That was more than enough runs for pitcher Nick […]

13-14 Teener bats come to life in 12-7 win at Selby on Monday

By Jay Davis One week after getting one-hit by Selby at home, the Mobridge 13-14 Teeners found their offense. Mobridge clubbed 10 hits and beat Selby 12-7 in Selby on Monday. “We hit the ball real well,” said coach Chase Schoenhard. “And we did a lot better job running the bases.” Mobridge took control early with six runs in the […]

Mother faces felony charges for abuse/neglect of child

By Katie Zerr- The mother of the a 2-year-old who fell from a third story window at the Brown Palace Apartments on Wednesday, July 1, has been arrested for abuse/cruelty of a minor  a Class 4 felony and child neglect. Irene Thompson, 27, was arrested at the scene and is being held in the Walworth County Jail on a $2,000 […]

Council sets firm deadline for Phanstiel

By Katie Zerr – The Mobridge City Council, Monday, July 6, set a firm date of Monday, Aug. 17, for total completion of the Phanstiel building demolition, but the decision did not come without a sometimes testy debate. Suzanne Albers told the council the delay of the project was due to the fact that someone from the city called the […]

JAY DAVIS: These are the best times and scores in my Sitting Bull Stampede history

As I was preparing the Sitting Bull Stampede Rodeo results for publication in the Memories edition, I noticed (as with every year) that there were names I have been covering for a long time. So I went back and looked through the results of every Stampede I have covered and found a lot of familiarity. But the first thing I […]

KATIE ZERR: Many have talent, few make the cut

We are headed into the meat of the 2016 presidential race with such a variety of candidates from which to choose, that it may become difficult to narrow it down to just one. There are some candidates that will certainly not be standing when it comes to making a decision about whom we will choose to back. Watching the inexperience […]

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According to the Mobridge Area Chamber of Commerce, there were more entries in the 2015 Sitting Bull Stampede parade than in the 2014 event. Also the Mobridge Rodeo Association reported 3,865 people attended the three performances of the Sitting Bull Stampede Rodeo, for an average of nearly 1,300 a night. The tractor raffled by the MRA and given away at […]


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