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Awareness Walk

Area residents walked around the city park Monday, Oct. 15, to bring awareness to the domestic violence issue in the Mobridge area community. The staff of Bridges Against Domestic Violence also displayed the silent witnesses, which are silhouettes of those killed by domestic violence in the State of South Dakota.

15 Years of Fear

Scarecrow Hollow President Shawn Stickney gets a visitor during an interview about the annual Halloween haunt. The event is planned for two weekends; Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20 and Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct. 27, beginning at 7 p.m. There will be a daytime haunt for the smaller kids on Saturday, Oct. 27 beggining at 2 p.m.

Tigers roar past Mustangs

The Tigers polished off the regular season with a 73-0 win over McLaughlin in McLaughlin on Friday. The game was decided in a hurry. The Tigers scored seven touchdowns in the first quarter, while running just 11 offensive plays. The Tigers forced Mustang turnovers early and often. The first six touchdowns were scored on drives all shorter than 30 yards […]

Tough week leads to three Lady Tiger losses

The Lady Tigers suffered a three-loss week, falling to Linton/HMB on Tuesday in Linton, N.D., after dropping home matches to Potter County and Sully Buttes. “We are still struggling to finish sets,” said coach Rose Henderson. “We get a lead and then let the other team back in by making a lot of unforced errors and bad decisions in our […]

First Snowfall

The first snow of the year fell on Wednesday, Oct. 10, with a coating of white on streets, lawns and foliage. According to the National Weather Service, after a dry July and August, 4.58 inches of precipitation has fallen in Mobridge since Sept. 1. That does not include what has fallen since midnight Oct. 10.

Tiger Marching Band

The Mobridge-Pollock High School band performs at halftime at Tiger Stadium on Friday.

Lakota Lesson

Mobridge-Pollock School Board President Eric Stroeder participates in the object game with other board and staff members during the October board meeting. The Johnson O’Malley class showed the group how to learn Lakota words for objects by playing the game in honor of Native American Day, Monday, Oct. 8.

Tigers run roughshod over Redmen

The Tigers scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters to run away for a 43-6 win over Sisseton at Tiger Stadium on Friday. The Tigers stopped Sisseton on a three-and-out to start the game and then put the first six points on the scoreboard in a hurry. Reese Cerney returned the punt 30 yards to the Sisseton […]

Lady Tigers can’t get past Aberdeen Roncalli, Ipswich

Playing back-to-back nights did not do the Lady Tigers any favors as they fell 3-0 to Aberdeen Roncalli at home on Tuesday after falling 3-0 to Ipswich in Ipswich on Monday. The 14-6 Cavaliers never let the Tigers in the match in a 25-18, 25-9, 25-14 win at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. The Cavaliers used a 7-1 run […]

Cross Country teams take second at CSDC

In a meet that was three meets in one, the Tigers and Lady Tigers took second in the Central South Dakota Conference Meet in Gettysburg on Wednesday. The meet was also host to the Yellowstone Trail Conference Meet at the Gettysburg Pre-Region Meet. “It was a cold, windy day but everyone focused to do well,” said coach JJ Beadle, “and […]


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