Miner wins Mobridge-Pollock Invitational

On a day that started with cold and continued with wind, scoring low was difficult, but Lily Miner held it together the best to take first place at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational golf meet at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Thursday.

JAY DAVIS: Tigers, area teams have medals to be won

The Tigers and Lady Tigers deserve a well-earned round of applause for the job they did at the Region 6A Track and Field Meet in Chamberlain on Thursday. The Mobridge-Pollock contingent qualified six relay teams and made the grade to compete in 10 open events.

Darrel Smith: Leftists causes, campaigns are well funded

Progressive money dominates both non-profit and campaign spending. Left-wing non-profits have assets in excess of $100 billion, more than 10 times the assets of conservative foundations.

Albert Brown passes in Wisconsin

Albert L. Brown, 87, of Janesville, Wis., died on Thursday, May 18, 2017, at Huntington Place in Janesville. A private family service will be held in Milton Lawns Memorial Park Chapel in Janesville.

Tractor ride raise awareness, funds

Driving across America at 14 mph may not seem like a great idea, but C. Ivan Stoltzfus is doing it for a second time.

Elaine Cooper taught in Mobridge and area

Elaine L. Cooper, 76, of Oshkosh, Wis., passed away on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 23, 2017, at Konrad-Belham Funeral Home in Oshkosh.

Marilyn Vander Vorste was Gypsy Day Queen

Marilyn Vander Vorste, 82, of Pollock, died Saturday, May 20, 2017. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 25, 2017, at Pollock Memorial Presbyterian Church with Rev. Floyd Haan officiating.

200th again ranked superior SDNG unit

For the fourth consecutive year the 200th Engineer Company of Pierre, Chamberlain and Mobridge of the South Dakota Army National Guard received the National Guard Bureau’s Superior Unit Award in recognition of outstanding achievement during training year 2016.

Jane Looyenga artwork helps raise sculpture funds

Jane Looyenga was an elementary school teacher for 40 years and worked art into as many classes as she could – even math! She says art is her relaxation, and after she and her husband Lowell moved to Mobridge in 2007, it wasn’t difficult for Sonia Taylor to talk her into joining the Art Association.

Tigers have big day at Region 6A track meet

The Tigers and Lady Tigers track team went from two people in the back seat of a car to 17 Tigers with a big day of successes at the Region 6A Track and Field Meet in Chamberlain on Thursday.

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