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Groton Area tops Lady Tigers

Once-beaten Groton Area overpowered the Lady Tigers in a 3-0 match at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Lady Tigers stayed close in the first two sets, but Groton Area pulled away to win 25-19 and 25-20. In the third set, the visitors completely took over scoring 20 straight points in a 25-5 win. Jennie Doeden, Groton Area’s 5’11” […]

BALL FIVE: Last win over Roncalli was my first football story

In the Sept. 2, 1998 issue of the Mobridge Tribune, I wrote the first football story of my career. In the opening game of the 1998 season, the Tigers beat Aberdeen Roncalli 15-6. Little did I know at the time, but it would be 20 years and 10 days until I wrote about another Tiger win over the Cavaliers. That […]

Tribune comes alive today

In the Harry Potter movie incoming students are given the school newspaper when they arrive at Hogwarts. It’s no ordinary newspaper, as the photos on the page are actually movies that play while the paper is being read. Impossible? Well, not really and today’s Mobridge Tribune brings you the future of newspapers with a Harry Potter-like new feature that will […]

City makes changes to animal ordinances

In a move to be able to have more control over animals being allowed to run loose in the city, The Mobridge City Council Monday, Sept. 10, put more “bite” into the city’s pet ordinance. Those changes include establishing a late fee for those dog owners that do not have their pets licensed by Feb. 1, each year. That fee […]


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