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SDSU study shows world’s most common pesticide a danger to deer

By ohtadmin | October 17, 2019

A groundbreaking study conducted by scientists in South Dakota has found that the world’s most widely used family of pesticides — neonicotinoids — is likely causing serious birth defects in white-tailed deer, deepening concerns over the chemical’s potential to harm large mammals, including humans. A subsequent study by the wildlife scientists and ecologists at South Dakota State University in Brookings […]

Catching Snow

By ohtadmin | October 17, 2019

Zander Imberi, son of Chance and Paige Imberi, plays snowball catch with his pet Colby on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Revheim Park. The snowfall in Mobridge fell short of the forecast total with about 5.6 inches recorded by the National Weather Service.

2019 Fishing & Hunting Guide

By ohtadmin | October 16, 2019

October 16, 2019 Mobridge Tribune

By ohtadmin | October 16, 2019

October 14, 2019 Monday Reminder

By ohtadmin | October 14, 2019


By ohtadmin | October 11, 2019

Tonight’s Mobridge-Pollock football game with Redfield has been postponed due to weather conditions. It will be played tomorrow night, Saturday, Oct. 12, at 5:00 p.m. Join us at www.GoTigers.live for the live video stream of the game. The Mobridge Fall Craft Fair scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 12, has been re-scheduled for October 26.

October 9, 2019 Mobridge Tribune

By ohtadmin | October 09, 2019

October 7, 2019 Reminder

By ohtadmin | October 07, 2019

Football participation declines in S.D. and U.S. as brain injury research expands

By ohtadmin | October 03, 2019

Tackle football remains one of the most popular sports in America, but participation in high school football in South Dakota and across the United States is falling steadily as the risk of brain injuries from the sport becomes clearer. Participation in 11-player boys football in South Dakota fell by 5.2% over the past three years, and dropped by 16.6% over […]

Clean Up Day

By ohtadmin | October 03, 2019

Volunteer Ryan Enderson (above) joined Kasey Roesler, Mobridge City Administrator Christine Goldsmith and Ward III Councilman Randy Carlson in cleaning up Ward III on Saturday, Sept. 28. Carlson said because the landfill was open for only four hours on Saturday, the group was unable to finish the project. Carlson said he is looking into another time to finish the job.