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Tigers take second at Big Dakota golf tourney

By Jay Davis Three golfers earned top 10 finishes as the Tigers finished second at the Big Dakota Conference Golf Meet in Chamberlain on Thursday. With Stone Jensen taking third, Dalton Faehnrich taking eighth and Noah Fried taking the ninth, the team shot 365 to take second place. Jensen shot 81, Faehnrich 87 and Fried 89. Braden Goehring took 14th […]

Lady Tigers pass road test, beat Groton Area 3-1

By Jay Davis After winning six straight at home, the Lady Tigers went on the road to keep their win streak intact. Mobridge-Pollock defeated Groton Area 3-1 in Groton on Tuesday. “A great all-around team effort led us to the win,” said coach Rose Henderson. “We played well in a tough environment. Groton is probably one of the better teams […]

Westland runs Belle Fourche past Tigers

By Jay Davis Belle Fourche, and namely Bryson Westland, put on an offensive show in handing the Tigers a 59-7 defeat at Tiger Stadium on Friday. Westland ran for 364 yards and scored six touchdowns, including runs of 69, 59, 44 and 80 yards. He scored on three straight carries in the first quarter when the Broncs took a 29-0 […]

Board gets an earful on family values

The Mobridge-Pollock School Board Monday, Sept. 14, passed the 2015-2016 school year budget, but not before getting chastised for choosing sports over family values. Michelle and Mike Jerome asked to speak to the school board concerning the music trip planned for 2017. At a recent meeting the choice between two destinations was voted on by the music students. Those students […]

Beck: Budget headline was misleading

The process of setting the city’s budget is a long and involved one that can be confusing to some. The process begins with the heads of each department submitting a wish list to Mobridge Finance Officer Heather Beck. That starts the process. Beck then builds a rough draft of the budget, including all of those wish list items. This year […]

Lady Tigers capture fifth straight home tourney title

By Jay Davis There was no scare this year as Mobridge-Pollock raced past Leola-Frederick 25-8 and 25-12 in the championship to win their fifth straight Mobridge-Pollock Invitational volleyball tournament title on Saturday. Last September the Lady Tigers did not have the title won until breaking away from a 22-22 tie in the third set to escape with a win over […]

JAY DAVIS: Too early to get too low or too high about teams

Our main Tiger and Lady Tiger fall teams are off to completely opposite starts. The Tiger football team is 0-3, while the Lady Tigers have reeled off nine straight wins. It is early ,folks. The Titanic is not sinking for the football team. The volleyball team has not landed on the moon. But the Lady Tigers are starting to look […]

KATIE ZERR: Once we were all immigrants

Throughout the history of this great nation, there have been times when immigrants were treated as invaders, used as indentured servants and viewed as less than second-class citizens. From its earliest days, America has been a nation of immigrants, starting with its original inhabitants, who crossed the land bridge connecting Asia and North America. As a nation populated and built […]

New cooking interest sparked with discovery of pellet grill

By Travis Svihovec Mike Norder has cooked since he was a child, helping his mother and learning as much as he could along the way. “Whatever Mom was making,” he said. “Chocolate chip pancakes, fried chicken, lasagna.” Mike was also a prep cook and later head cook at a Mexican restaurant in Denver, Colo., his hometown. He and his wife […]

Jeannie Schulz loved her family

Alvina Jean (Walker) Schulz, better known as Jeannie, 77, was born on July 17, 1938 in Isabel. She was united in marriage to Robert Shulz on Aug. 28. 1957. She spent 41 wonderful years married to Robert, raising four children and one grandchild in McLaughlin. Jeannie loved her family and was active in the community. She was a volunteer EMT […]


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