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State officials scramble to respond after zebra mussels found in Lake Sharpe

By Justin Petersen | July 17, 2019

Lake Sharpe has become the second major Missouri River reservoir in South Dakota to be infested with invasive zebra mussels, raising fears that millions of dollars in mitigation may be needed and that new restrictions could be placed on those who use the lake for boating, fishing and recreation. The infestation was announced in a news release from the state […]

July 15, 2019 Reminder

By Justin Petersen | July 16, 2019

Grand Marshal

By Justin Petersen | July 11, 2019

Sitting Bull Stampede Grand Marshal Carol Lehrkamp was honored for her years of volunteer service to the Mobridge Rodeo Association and the community during the three-day celebration. The SBS Memories Edition, with pictures of the celebration events, is included in this edition.

2019 Rodeo Memories

By Justin Petersen | July 10, 2019

July 10, 2019 Mobridge Tribune

By Justin Petersen | July 10, 2019

Law enforcement searching for missing people and vehicles following highway washout

By Justin Petersen | July 09, 2019

Law enforcement from several agencies in North and South Dakota, including the BIA and the Sioux County N.D., Sheriff’s Office are searching for missing vehicles and people in a washed out area on Highway 1806, just north of the N.D. border. According to local law enforcement officials, area agencies are using ATVs, aircraft and rescue teams to search an area […]

July 8, 2019 Reminder

By Justin Petersen | July 08, 2019

Kids Night

By Justin Petersen | July 03, 2019

The celebration kicked off Tuesday with Kids’ Night at the Mac Carnival and the first performance of the Sitting Bull Stampede. The celebration continues Wednesday and Thursday with two performances of Living History in the mornings, two parades in the afternoons and Stampedes in the evenings.

Art Corner

By Justin Petersen | July 03, 2019

Mobridge Art Association member Peg Wunder mans the Art on the Corner exhibit of local talent at the First State Bank building on Main Street. Works for sale include paintings, photography, and craft items  from Tuesday, July 2 through Friday, July 5 and possibly Saturday, July 6 from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.

July 3, 2019 Mobridge Tribune

By Justin Petersen | July 03, 2019