A Mobridge woman is recovering from a stabbing incident that occurred at a Ninth Avenue West apartment on Friday, March 18.
Donald C. Schneider, 86, passed from this life into Heaven on March 9, 2016.
Funeral services for Betty Suher, 88, of Mobridge and formerly of Olney Springs, Colo., will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 26, 2016, at United Congregational Church.
Irvin Delvin Wittmeier, Sr., 77, of Rapid City, died Thursday, March 17, 2016, at his home. He was diagnosed with a geoblastoma on Monday, March 1, and died as a result of this disease.
Between her job and her family, Dawn Davis’ weeks are usually quite full, but she finds time to spend in the kitchen, preparing her family’s favorites.
After more than one or two hours of plugging away in the annals of Mobridge sports, I am proud to present to you a history of Mobridge Tiger wrestling.
Walworth County has been in the state news this week after the mold issue in the courthouse was featured in an area paper and the turmoil in the commission chamber took center stage on Tuesday.
I do hope you all had as much fun learning about the history of Tiger wrestling as I had digging through the old Tribunes searching this information out.
In 303 AD the Roman Emperors Diocletian and Galerius disliked Christians. To please Roman gods and restore Rome’s glory, they required everyone to engage in a simple ceremony to honor Rome’s god or be punished.
A chamber packed with county residents, directors of equalization from several counties, lawyers and state officials witnessed Walworth County Commissioners on Tuesday, March 22, postpone indefinitely a hearing for the termination of director of equalization Deb Kahl.