Strasburg-Zeeland beats Tigers at NSU Classic

By Jay Davis Strasburg-Zeeland hit three three-pointers to start the game and made them hold up in a 59-50 win over the Tigers at the NSU Wolves Classic in the Barnett Center on the campus of Northern State University in Aberdeen on Tuesday afternoon. Coach Tim Frederick was not pleased with the Tigers’ effort. “We’re a basketball program that has […]

‘Best game of year’ gives Lady Tigers win over Lemmon

By Jay Davis The Lady Tigers earned their first road win of the season, knocking off Lemmon 46-43 in Lemmon on Tuesday. “Best game we have played this year,” said coach Lindsey Kramer. “We shot well, played good defense, rebounded against some tough girls and took care of the basketball.” After the Lady Tigers had held the lead the entire […]

Lenz, Bauer wrestle to fifth at Linton Holiday Tournament

By Jay Davis Caden Lenz and Nathan Bauer led the Tigers with fifth-place finishes at the Linton Holiday wrestling tournament in Linton, N.D., on Friday and Saturday. “I was really impressed,” said coach Scott Stone. “We weren’t dialed in early, but when we got to the wrestlebacks we got the ball rolling downhill and got it going.” Stone said that […]

Patti’s cooking duties mixed with job, volunteer work

By Travis Svihovec Patti Schmeichel of McLaughlin got some good training in the kitchen when she was a girl, learning to cook and bake from her mother and grandmother. “My mom and grandma were amazing cooks,” she said. Patti grew up in Bismarck, N.D., and now has several jobs in McLaughlin. The main one is office manager at Schmeichel’s Repair […]

Darrel Smith: Is media using a fatal form of political correctness?

I am troubled about the California Farook and Malik terror attack. The House Homeland Security Committee’s Rep. Jim Langevin (D-RI) says, “Everyone’s asking the same questions about how it is that law enforcement didn’t know, or intelligence officials didn’t know.” I am very troubled after a friend shared with me information that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) stopped surveillance […]

JAY DAVIS: Tigers and Lady Tigers add to all-time teams played list

Back in September when the Tiger football team played Jones County/White River, we did a little history on the game and found out that Jones County/White River was the 62nd team the football team has played in its nearly century-old history. Both basketball teams are playing North Dakota team Strasburg-Zeeland this year. The Tigers played the Clippers yesterday at the […]

KATIE ZERR: Lump of coal sack will be supersized

Dear Santa, After reviewing my wish list from last year, my 2015 letter to you could simply say “ditto.” But not one to give up a chance to offer an opinion, I will move forward to my 2016 wish list. As you my have noticed, our country is going to have a very long naughty list this year. I have […]

Kahl proposes local equalization board

The Mobridge City Council did not make a decision Monday, Dec. 21, concerning creating a local equalization board that would set assessments and hear appeals of local property owners. Walworth County Director of Equalization Deb Kahl spoke to the council Monday, asking that they consider setting up a local board, rather than having a consolidated board with the county. Kahl […]

No ice, no worries; the event will go on

More than 100 volunteers and members of the Mobridge Area Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committee are geared up for one of the nation’s biggest ice fishing tournaments. The 15th Annual event has grown to 525 two-person teams and more than $200,000 in prizes and giveaways. “This is the biggest one so far in cash and prizes,” said Tourism Committee member […]

Mobridge Rotary Classic Schedule

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