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Lady Tiger linksters not rookies this year

Unlike last spring when the Lady Tigers started the year as an inexperienced team, the 2017 version has plenty players with regular and postseason experience, plus a new crop coming in to join the team.

Tigers host Early Bird Thursday; noon start

The Tiger track and field team opens the season hosting the Mobridge-Pollock Early Bird meet on Thursday at Tiger Stadium. Field events start at noon. Running events begin at 1 p.m.

Tariq Brown Otter named All-State hoopster

Tariq Brown Otter of McLaughlin has been named third team to the Class A Girls All-State Basketball Team.

Linda Epperly retired to Mobridge

Funeral services for Linda Epperly age 78 of Mobridge will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Kesling Funeral Home in Mobridge with Rev. Gary Street officiating.

Overnighted cake creates unforgettable ‘birthday in a box’

Jackie Heil has been enjoying her work as a real estate agent with Key Real Estate in Mobridge for more than 10 years. “I have been in many kitchens in town and have seen the worn out cookbooks and recipe boxes on countertops that prove the kitchen is still the heart of a home in Mobridge!” she said.

Down but not out; West Side re-opens

The tastes and smells that are so familiar to residents of Mobridge and the surrounding area are back as West Side Meats is once again a part of the Mobridge community.

Commission hears Rowenhorst’s review

Walworth County Commissioners again heard from jail expert Jim Rowenhorst concerning a 2013 feasibility study he conducted for the proposed new jail project.

Darrel Smith: Fundamental values are being redefined

Self-evaluation and criticism can benefit all of us including our institutions. Unfortunately there are different types of criticism. Some criticism is designed to benefit and improve us. There is a different type of criticism that is designed to destroy or change whatever is being criticized.

KATIE ZERR: Women will continue to fight bad legislation

In the past two months, it seems that women, who are in the public eye, who work outside of the home and who want and need healthcare options have been under constant attack.

JAY DAVIS: Remembering speedball games with Mr. Dent

Watching the Mobridge-Pollock students play in the Knights of Columbus Dodgeball Tournament on Sunday, I had a memory of an old game called speedball we used to play during P.E.


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