Post 4 won its first game of the year while taking sixth place at the Redfield Legion Baseball Tournament over the weekend. After dropping a 5-2 game to Milbank in the first round, Post 4 game back to defeat Groton 10-2 in the consolation semifinals. Northville got the Mobridge nine 10-8 in the fifth-place game.
Mark state number 17 off Curtis Huffman’s list. The Mobridge runner raced in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Seattle Marathon and Half Marathon on June 17.
After opening with a loss, the 13-14 Teeners rallied for two straight wins to claim the consolation title at the Milbank Tournament held Friday through Sunday. West Central, the team that took second at the VFW 13-14 Class A Baseball Tournament in Mobridge last July, sent Mobridge into the loser’s bracket with a 5-1 win in the first game.
With three young boys, Becky Thorstenson’s kitchen can get a bit busy. While her cooking style adapted over the years she still credits her parents for her cooking skills.
It is the time of year when Mobridge area residents, former residents and visitors from around the area and state flock to the community to celebrate Independence Day with parades, picnics, reunions, days at the lake and fireworks. After a full year’s planning and last minute details to wrap up, the Mobridge Rodeo Association and legion of volunteers are set […]
Due to the Fourth of July holiday and other extenuating circumstances, the Mobridge Tribune and the Sitting Bull Stampede Memories edition will be delivered on Thursday, July 7. The Tribune, Memories and Reminder will not be printed in Mobridge next week, thus the later delivery date. The July 11 Monday Reminder will go to press on Thursday, July 7. There […]
What did the founders think about the need for religion and morality? In his highly esteemed farewell address George Washington’s said this: “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, […]
As excitement builds for the upcoming holiday weekend, plans are being made to take in the parades, picnics, rodeos, reunions, carnival and to set aside some lake time. That is a recipe for a fun, relaxing Fourth of July celebration.
One of the best events the Bridge City has seen come about in recent years will be played Friday at Oahe Hills Golf Course is the third annual Frank Scherr Memorial “Spikes for Spurs” Golf Tournament.