The Mobridge-Pollock track and field team enters the season with a new coach, and some events where valuable seniors were lost to graduation.
Three Mobridge wrestlers earned a trip to the medal stand at the 2017 SDWCA (South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association) State Tournament, held Saturday and Sunday at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center- Ice Arena in Rapid City. Jacob Steiger led the Mobridge contingent, taking fifth place at Cadets 106.
At the heart of OAHE, Inc.’s mission is the desire to provide necessary accommodations to help people dream, plan, believe and achieve. For the past five years, Jill Dunbar, and her more recent colleague Kaytlin Laundreaux, have been enacting this mission in their work at the OAHE, Inc. satellite site here in Mobridge.
Elmer Wacker, 85, passed away on Jan. 12, 2017. Elmer was born on March 7, 1931, to Calvin and Magdalena Wacker on a farm near Trail City. He went to a one-room country school at Trail City and graduated from Mobridge High School.
There was a time I watched a lot of college basketball. It was a long time ago. Indiana was good.
One has to wonder how the people who voted for our president will feel when the promises he made to them while campaigning fall short of their expectations?
American political opposition used to be called the “loyal opposition” but that opposition is now becoming resistance. There is a difference between what we oppose and what we resist. Our nation is becoming a place where one-half of us resist the other half.
Mobridge-Pollock graduate Eric Looyenga was among the South Dakota State University mechanical engineering students that finished third in the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge. The event was hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and sponsored by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
The sites and sounds of machinery and work crews will be seen in the alleys of Mobridge as West River Telecommunications (WRT) installs fiber optic cable to upgrade their communications systems.