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Undefeated Wolverines beat Lady Tigers

Herreid/Selby Area improved its early-season record to 6-0 with a 3-0 win over the Lady Tigers at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The undefeated Wolverines outscored the Lady Tigers at a three-to-two pace all night, winning 25-15, 25-14, 25-15. Coach Rose Henderson thought the Lady Tigers’ performance against the Wolverines was an improvement over the way they played on […]

Top-ranked Sioux Falls Christian beats Tigers 39-0

The Tigers put up a hard-fought battle but fell 39-0 to the first-ranked, defending 11B champion Sioux Falls Christian Chargers at Bob Young Field in Sioux Falls on Friday. Coach Paul Goehring said that despite being overmatched, the Tigers played hard for the entirety of the game. “They did,” said Goehring. “They didn’t quit.” He said making Sioux Falls work […]

Burkhalter, Steger win cross country titles

Jonathan Burkhalter of Bison and Aleah Steger of Ipswich won titles at the Mobridge-Pollock Invitational cross country meet at Oahe Hills Golf Course on Saturday. Burkhalter won the boys’ division with a time of 17 minutes, 34.48 seconds to beat Rhaecine Sam of Wakpala, who came in at 17:49.11. Steger ran 20:46.35 to win the girls division. Teammate Tessa Kilber […]

KATIE ZERR: Senator McCain’s actions leaving a lasting impact

Actions speak so much louder than words. We have been reminded of that throughout our lives by parents, family members, sometimes law enforcement and by public figures. Many of us are impacted by the actions of people in our lives, either positively or negatively. For some of us, we can remember the exact moment of that influence. It may be […]

Student numbers up for some schools

Some school districts in the area have seen a bump in numbers for the 2018-2019 school year, which is good news for this part of South Dakota. In the Mobridge-Pollock District there are 127 students at Freeman Davis School. Preschool students are not counted in the district numbers as there are three preschools in Mobridge that are non-district schools. There […]

Fried leads Tigers at Hub City meet

Noah Fried earned a top 20 finish at the Hub City Invitational at Moccasin Creek Country Club in Aberdeen on Monday. Fried shot 87 to finish in a tie for 18th. Sean Moser just missed the top 20, shooting 89 and tying for 22nd. The rest of the team struggled as Will Beadle shot 108, Jack Faehnrich 109, Isaac Aman […]

Brood count shows improvement for area

It is good news for most of South Dakota as the annual pheasant surveys show the states most prized hunting resource has rebounded a bit in 2018. A year after devastating drought took its toll on the pheasant population, a welcomed relief to drought and a wide spread rebound in pheasant abundance occurred in 2018, the 100th pheasant season. The […]

Garden fresh tomatoes are star of the season

It is the time of year when kitchen window sills across the state are filled with garden tomatoes finishing the process of the ripening. There is nothing more tasty and satisfying than biting into that first garden tomato of the season. No need to enhance the flavor of that first one. Just one-on-one; you and your first garden tomato of […]

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