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Keller Relay set for Saturday

Abby’s Benefit Relay will take place on Saturday, July 28 at the Moose Lodge with free will spaghetti and salad dinner starting at 5:00 p.m. Abby Keller, a 16-year old from Trail City, was diagnosed with anaplastic large cell lymphoma. The relay for Abby came by suggestion from her friend, Carli Fuhrer. Lisa Merkel and Fuhrer decided to team up […]

Abrego: ‘Mobridge is a great community’

Dear Mobridge, I came to this small town in hopes of two things, move to where I didn’t know anyone and get a good learning experience. I am glad to say that I did both of these things effectively. My first run in with Mobridge was when I met editor, Katie Zerr at an internship fair at South Dakota State. […]

Doing memories column stirs recipe memories


As I do the memories column for the Tribune each week, I run across interesting and delicious looking recipes. Most of them are in old Cook of the Week columns, but this first one was a winner at the 4-H Walworth County fruit pie contest in 1968. It’s a peach pie made by Miss Karen Henderson of Selby. Her pie […]

Davis: ‘MLB needs more offense to fix image problem’

There has been a lot of chatter lately about how Major League Baseball has a marketing problem. In the world I live in, the problem comes from how they are playing on the field as the game evolves. In the world I don’t live in, the problem is the players’ lack of status in places like Twitter and Instagram. Let’s […]

Keller kids use piggy banks to help others

Matson Keller knew exactly what he was going to do with his piggy bank that contained loose change from around the house and his allowance. It wasn’t until the right opportunity arose, when he went through with it. It all began at the Dacotah Bank drive-through, where Matson and his siblings, Claire and Carson, saw a donation box for backpacks. […]

GFP conservation officer: Pheasants unaffected by July 4 storm

Despite a July 4 storm that yielded heavy winds and rainfall, the local pheasant population isn’t expected to be affected, according to Game, Fish and Parks conservation officer. While there were localized reports of damaged birds, the GFP isn’t expecting any ramifications to the local pheasant population. Winds during the storm reached upwards to 95 mph, but the storm didn’t […]

New Register of Deeds appointed at County Commission meeting

On Monday night, at a Walworth County special commission meeting, a new register of deeds was appointed and a date for the jail project election was set. Casi Thomason of Selby was appointed to be the new Walworth County Register of Deeds. Thomason was the former Deputy Register of Deeds. The register of deeds is a position where the governmental […]

Donations for new statue starting to grow

The Tiger Statue Fund led by Bingo Kindt grew since July 1 from zero to $5,357. This was helped in a great way by the class reunions held over the Fourth of July, but the social media site “You Know You’re from Mobridge” has been responsible for checks mailed in to the fund. The Fund was set up to acquire […]

Douglas Anderson was commander of Mobridge National Guard

Douglas Anderson, 83, of rural Glenham, died Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at Avera St. Luke’s Hospital in Aberdeen due to injuries suffered in a fall, followed by a stroke. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 21, 2018, at Norway Lutheran Church, north of Glenham. Burial was in the church cemetery under the direction of Kesling Funeral Home of Mobridge. […]

David Rygh was man of many talents

David Anton Rygh, 69, of Sioux Falls, went to be with the Lord on June 30, 2018, with his three daughters by his side, at the end of a long and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. David was born on Nov. 12, 1948, to Anton and Jeannette (Hagen) Rygh in Mobridge. He graduated from Selby High School in 1966. He […]


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