Mother Nature took another swipe at area residents as a Christmas storm shut down a good portion of South Dakota and nearly all of North Dakota with heavy snow, freezing rain and high winds.
Herreid resident Brenda Hague doesn’t mind cooking. In fact, she calls it her “therapy time.” Working from home as a senior claims benefit specialist for Aetna Healthcare requires her to spend a lot of time sitting in front of her computer, so “moving around the kitchen feels great,” said Brenda.
Mobridge resident and business owner George Keller was found deceased on 10th Avenue West, Monday, Dec. 26, by city employees.
We can think about fake news more broadly. If you watch ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC or MSNBC or read the news in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times or Washington Post, do you think you are receiving a balanced view of America? If you do, you are naive.
The ball would not fall for the Tigers as they were beaten 56-32 by Sisseton in Sisseton on Friday.
When looking back at the 2016 year for the Tigers and Lady Tigers, it was easy to find the Mobridge-Pollock sports event of the year.
While political turmoil has half the country wishing they could forget 2016 ever happened, the same is not true for sports fans. This was a banner year, especially, if like me, you are a fan of the Chicago Cubs.
Starting a new year with resolutions to live a healthier lifestyle, to be smarter about finances or to just be a better person has been a tradition for years. Each New Year’s Day starts a new quest to keep those resolutions and accomplish the goals we set.
The office of the Mobridge Tribune and Reminder will be closed on Monday, Jan. 2, in observance of the New Year. The office will be open again on Tuesday, Jan. at 8:30 a.m. for regular business hours.