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2017-12-13

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Tigers take down field at Howard H-Club tourney

Competing in Howard for the first time in 30 years, the Tigers made Saturday a welcome back party of their own crowning two champions and winning the team title. With Nathan Bauer winning the 170-pound title and Tucson Freeman winning the 145-pound title, the Tigers racked up 181.5 points to beat host Howard who finished with 163 points. Redfield Area, […]

Tigers get contributions up and down roster in 59-52 win

The Tigers used hot shooting streaks and big shots from a variety of players to win a 59-52 game over Britton-Hecla in the season-opener at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Saturday. “We are excited about our opening night win,” said coach Mike Busch. “We had many players give us good minutes. The big shots by a variety of kids were […]

Thompson, Talley spark girls to rout over Britton-Hecla

The Lady Tigers opened the season with an early scoring barrage and blew past Britton-Hecla 55-27 at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gym on Saturday. Led by TyRel Thompson, who hit three treys and scored 13 points in the first eight minutes, the Lady Tigers vaulted out to a 22-4 lead. They led 36-14 by the end of the first half. Britton-Hecla […]

KATIE ZERR: Research can find truth about online ‘experts’

The Internet is changing our society. but is it for the better? There are many uses for the technology super highway with something new being introduced, it seems, on a daily basis. Our Internet world is an all-encompassing information market that can open so many doors in education, business and news. It is a tool that most use everyday in […]

Pat Morrison was the ‘Voice of the Tigers’

Surrounded by his friends, Pat B. Morrison, 92, died Dec. 4, 2017, at Mobridge Regional Hospital and left the community to mourn the loss of one of South Dakota’s most well-known and well-loved sports figures. Pat stood as a quintessential icon, whose fame as player, official and play-by-play announcer spanned seven decades of South Dakota athletic history. Pat Bowman Morrison […]

Darrel Smith: Hollywood rewrites history, morality

Just like laws express values, entertainment expresses some type of culture. What culture is expressed by modern entertainment and how is that culture expressed? Andrew Klavan is an author and screenwriter. He was a Jewish liberal before he became agnostic and then a conservative Christian. He explains how the media promotes leftism in a searchable speech, “Andrew Klavan: How Hollywood […]

Deleen Wientjes was ‘always a worker’

Dawn “Deleen” Wientjes, 80, died peacefully in her home in Belle Fourche on Dec. 9, 2017. Deleen was born in Dickinson, N.D., on Dec. 28, 1936, before moving to Mobridge early in her youth. There she married Cal Wientjes on Nov. 28, 1954. They ranched and farmed. Deleen also owned and operated the Sale Barn Café where she was known […]

Zona Young taught school in McLaughlin

Zona Young, 90, of Aberdeen and formerly of McLaughlin, passed away on Nov. 9, 2017, at Angelhaus Regional Basic Care Center in Aberdeen with her family by her side. Her memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Aberdeen with Pastor Tim Sersen and Zona’s niece Jan (Schreiber) Ingerson […]


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