The Tiger offense sputtered the last two games of the regular season. Mobridge-Pollock lost 50-34 to Cheyenne-Eagle Butte in Eagle Butte on Monday after falling 44-21 to Winner at home on Friday.
The Lady Tigers outscored Miller 9-4 in overtime to beat the Rustlers 43-38 in the Region 6A quarterfinals at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Tuesday.
Six Tiger wrestlers earned berths in the state field with their success at the Region 4B Wrestling Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. Jaden Madison led the Tigers by winning the region title at 132 pounds.
Guy L. Hammer, 78, of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., and formerly of Mobridge, passed away at Polidori Hospice House in Lake Havasu on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016.
Emily Stenberg admits she is not a very good cook, but said she is trying hard to become one.
Kimberly Schneider introduced Deb Kraft who presented a program about the culinary aspect of the Secondary Career and Technical Education in South Dakota at the Mobridge Pollock School on Monday when Rotary met at noon.
For two hours Saturday, Feb. 20, the representatives from District 23 explained legislation and the reasoning behind what has happened in Pierre this session to a large cracker barrel crowd.
An autopsy has been requested in the death of a 34-year-old Selby man who was found in his home Sunday, Feb. 21, by his landlord.
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