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Wetting a line

The warm temperatures on Saturday, March 28, brought anglers of all ages to the Lake Oahe shoreline. The open water of the main channel makes for good northern pike fishing as they spawn in the shallower water.

Smooth waters

Temperatures in the mid 60s sent area residents outside on Saturday, March 28, to enjoy the sunshine and spring weather. Families spent time on the shore of Lake Oahe, walking trail, at the city park and city playgrounds during the day.

Council approves amendments to Ordinance 982 before passing

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The Mobridge City Council, Monday, March 30, amended City Ordinance 982 declaring a health care emergency and limiting public gatherings within the city and to allow research into funding emergency loans and grants through the city. Mobridge City Administrator/Finance Officer Heather Beck requested permission from the council to work with Mobridge Economic Executive Director Michelle Harrison to create a fund […]

Visiting Lake Oahe

Thousands of Canada and snow geese settled on Lake Oahe Tuesday, March 24, south of Mobridge. There is some ice in bays and in the Grand River but most of the water around Mobridge is open.

Heart-felt Message

Teachers at Mobridge-Pollock High School left a heart-felt message on the window for their students, letting them know they are thinking about them during this trying time.   The Mobridge-Pollock teachers are at work developing and preparing homework for the students so they can continue their education until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and life can return to normal.

The music played on

The Mobridge-Pollock Middle School Spring Concert was held on Thursday, March 12, at the Middle School Theater. The seventh and eighth grade band (above) under the direction of Alfie Gonzales, performed several pieces including “As Winds Dance” by Samual Hazo. The sixth grade band, festival chorus and middle school chorus also performed during the concert.

Free sack lunches

Mobridge-Pollock School District’s Food Service manager, Pearl Haux, hands out sack lunches and breakfast to members of the community Tuesday, March 17.

Sioux Falls biotech firm rushing to develop coronavirus treatment

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A Sioux Falls company — with its team of scientists and a herd of genetically engineered cows — is working feverishly to develop an effective treatment for people infected with the coronavirus. SAb Biotherapeutics has emerged as a major player in the effort to produce a viable antidote to the fast-moving virus that is sweeping across the world and the […]

Good luck, Tigers!

Freeman Davis kindergarten students gathered in front of the building on Tuesday, March 10, to send the Mobridge-Pollock Boys Basketball team to the SoDak 16 game in Mitchell. The 12th seeded Tigers played fifth seeded Dakota Valley at the Corn Palace. Dakota Valley defeated the Tigers 73 to 60.

Saying hello

The Mobridge-Pollock basketball cheerleaders (from left) Alexa Farrias, Ava Stoick, Regan Stoick, Channing Wientjes and Callie Weisbeck,  exchange greetings with the cheerleaders from Cheyene Eagle Butte Friday, March 6, before the tip-off of the Region 6A basketball game at MPHS.


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