The defending North Dakota Class B state champions, Linton/HMB Lions, showed they are on pace to make a second straight championship run by handing the Lady Tigers a 3-0 defeat at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. “They are a phenomenal team,” said coach Rose Henderson. “They are disciplined, smart and aggressive. They had us on our heels.” The Lions […]
The Mobridge Tribune was recognized as “Best of the Dakotas” during the semi-annual joint convention of the South Dakota Newspaper Association and the North Dakota Newspaper Association in Deadwood last weekend. The Tribune was recognized as the best in the category for weekly newspapers in the two states that have a circulation of 1,301 and over. Pictured with the award […]
The culinary arts classes at Mobridge-Pollock High School celebrated Indigenous People Day, Monday, Oct. 11, with frybread, wojapi and traditional Lakota soup called Wahonpi. Culinary class 1 members are (from left) Cheyanne O’Cull, Kayla Blankhartz, Dakota Micheel, Hailie Lyon, Tony Wollman, Cutter Mitchell, Andrew Silbernagel, Quincey Bleyle, Patrick Keller and Zachary Schilling.
The sandbar and remnants of the old Highway 12 road are showing along the shore of Lake Oahe as drought conditions have left little runoff to maintain water levels. The level of Lake Oahe on Thursday, Oct. 7, was 1598.07 feet above sea level. On Tuesday, Oct. 12, the level was 1598. On Sept. 1, 2021, the level was 1600 […]
The Lady Tigers put two losing streaks to bed in two nights, defeating Ipswich 3-0 at home on Monday before winning a hard-fought 3-2 match over Aberdeen Roncalli in Aberdeen on Tuesday. In Aberdeen, the Lady Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 lead with 27-25 and 25-20 wins. The Cavaliers rallied to tie the match with 25-17 and 25-18 wins […]
After a slow start, the Tigers poured it on in a 57-7 win over Dakota Hills at Tiger Stadium on Friday. On the Tigers’ first possession, Grizzly Dylan Rumpza picked off a pass and returned it to the nine-yard line. Two plays later, JT Gulbraa scored from five yards out to give Dakota Hills a quick 7-0 lead. “We came […]
During the Bridges Against Domestic Violence rememberence event on Saturday, Oct. 2, at the city park, Jean Blonigen (left) and Theresa Hazel read the story of the domestic abuse that ended the lives of a mother and three children in South Dakota.
The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 1-0 lead but could not keep momentum on their side as they fell 3-1 to Redfield in Redfield on Monday. “I think it was a pretty frustrating loss,” said coach Rose Henderson, “especially when you come out and play really well in the first set.” The Lady Tigers took the early lead with […]
Mobridge-Pollock dominated a small field at the inaugural Beau DuBray Memorial Cross Country Meet in Timber Lake on Friday. Heidi Olson won for the sixth time in seven outings. She came in at 19:46, two-and-one-half minutes ahead of runner-up Chel Odenbach of Lemmon. The Tigers, with five of the nine runners in the field, were led by Kody Keller who […]
A production crew from South Dakota Public Broadcasting was in Mobridge last week taping segments for Dakota Life, a program highlighting South Dakota communities. Fay Jackman (left) told the story of the Nov. 7, 1989 “Attack of the Tumbleweeds.” The crew interviewed other members of the community for the program that will air on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 8 p.m.