Homecoming Royalty Crowned


Mobridge-Pollock seniors Carson Keller and Chloe Jungwirth will reign of over the homecoming activities this week. Coronation was held Monday, Sept. 25, kicking off the week-long celebration. Carson is the son of Dr. Mike and Staci Keller of Mobridge and Chloe is the daughter of Jason and Trisha Jungwirth of Mobridge. The homecoming activities will culminate with the football game […]



KATIE ZERR: Homecoming in ‘73 was all football

Homecoming in 1973 was much different than it is in 2017. Pep rallies, burning of the ‘M” (there was no P back then), and coronation. These are all part of the tradition that has survived all these long years. But when I was in school there was no volleyball, golf or anything else. It was football, football and just football. […]


BALL FIVE: Lady Tigers having curious season

That was a nice win the Lady Tigers pulled off against the Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Braves on Tuesday night. It wasn’t that it was an impressive win over a really good team or anything like that. It was because it was a win, at night, on the long court. Up until last night, the Lady Tigers had been having a different […]

Darrel Smith: Leftists are racists, anti-capitalists

Leftists are seeking to wrest control of the Democratic Party and most of our institutions from the control of liberals. The vast difference between leftists and traditional liberals is explained by Dennis Prager in the article, “Leftism Is Not Liberalism.” Their important differences explain much about our modern society. This column explains some of those differences. Race is one of […]

Council reverses decision; dog banned from city

The Mobridge City Council reversed an earlier decision Wednesday, Sept. 20, at a special meeting to review a vicious dog issue. Alice Hare told the council her side of the story about the Sunday, Aug. 27 attack that occurred while she was running with her dog at a Fourth Avenue East and 12 Street location. Hare said she did not […]

DCI investigating stabbing incident

The South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation with the assistance of the Mobridge Police Department is investigating a stabbing incident that occurred in the late afternoon Friday, Sept. 22. According to Sara Rabern of the South Dakota Attorney General’s Office, the Mobridge Police responded to a Second Avenue East location after a caller reported an incident in which an individual […]

The AARP SD Fraud Watch Network is hosting a free fraud feminar next Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in the A.H. Brown Public Library. The goal is to help residents learn to spot and avoid the latest scams targeting our state. This event is open to anyone of any age, AARP membership is not required. Volunteers […]

With an athlete in the house, fall is spaghetti season

Pasta has long been touted as the perfect meal to enjoy the night before a big athletic event because it’s a dish that is traditionally rich in carbohydrates. Carbs are a more efficient fuel source for your body than proteins. It is an important part of the food groups that fuels bodies, allowing athletes to physically push themselves to reach […]

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