Dave Syverson grew up in Fargo, N.D., and spent a few years in Bismarck, N.D., before relocating to Mobridge this past June. Though he’s only been here a few months, he’s quickly settling into his new community as well as his new position as an advertising representative at the Mobridge Tribune.
Detectives have been called in to round up the usual and unusual suspects for interrogation. “Something” is missing from 0001 Mystery Lane. Suspects are charged and brought to trial in a court presided over by Judge Rudy in an attempt to solve the mystery of what exactly is missing. “The Mystery of the Missing Christmas,” a three-act dinner theatre, will […]
After losing five players to graduation from last year’s team, the Lady Tigers are looking to blend youth with experience this season.
With a new coach and an almost completely new roster, the 2016-17 Tigers are a new brand, getting ready to hit the showroom floor.
The Tigers opened the season with a strong showing, earning two second- and three third-place finishes at the Stanley County Invitational wrestling tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday.
Mobridge-Pollock freshman TyRel Thompson has been invited to represent South Dakota and run on the Gold Coast of Australia.
For the second time in a week a winter storm closed down the northern half of South Dakota Monday night and Tuesday, with high winds and blowing snow.
The board of directors of Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics has hired John Ayoub to serve as CEO of the facility.
Both good humor and deception often have some honesty and reality to them. The same is true of political correctness. Political correctness attacks often have some truth mixed with what has become a vicious political weapon.
Anyone else notice all the college football talking heads coming up with their own descriptions of how the NCAA final four teams should be selected?