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Six Tigers punch tickets for state tournament

Six Tigers kept their seasons alive by placing at the Region 4B Wrestling Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. Seniors Isaac Olson and Tucson Freeman, juniors Jacob Steiger and Jon Keller and sophomores Isaac Aman and Kamron Pearman advanced and will compete in the Class B State Wrestling Tournament in Rapid City this weekend. Coach Nathan Ford said that it […]

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte proves quicker than Tigers

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte used a quick start to take the lead and hold off the Tigers for a 63-48 win at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Monday. The Braves outscored the Tigers 20-8 in the first quarter and the home team never caught up. “It’s tough to play from behind,” said coach TJ Knudson. “They’re quicker than us. Once we adjusted […]

Continuing snow creates problems

The city of Mobridge has had an unusual amount of snow during the month of February causing snow build-up along the streets and highway. Mobridge Police Chief Shawn Madison urges residents to drive carefully and watch out for pedestrians and other vehicles at all street corners, alleys, and driveways. Because of the snow built up in these areas, children, other […]

NHS Fundraiser

National Honor Society members (from left) Isaac Olson, Hannah Stroeder and Lauren Thompson tape math teacher Steven Anthony to the gymnasium wall prior to the Tigers’ basketball game on Monday. Anthony was the winning teacher for the NHS fundraiser. More than $300 was raised.

Care Center’s closing meant more than just losing jobs

“There are no words to describe how hard it was to watch this all unravel. It was heartbreaking.” That is how Nadine Alexander, a 29-year employee at the Mobridge care center, described the final months of the facility’s life in this community. “It was an emotional roller-coaster,” she said. “The staff went through a grieving process just as if we […]

Rick’s is Back in Business

Mobridge restaurateur Rick Christman is back in business after four months of construction at the well-known Rick’s Cafe on Main Street. What started out as a roof patch job ended up also being a full-fledged remodel of his dining room. Rick is back in business for his regular hours offering a full menu. Scan this photo using the Mobridge Tribune […]

I Hate Winter

Cornhole players Wade Sandland (left) and Amanda Silbernagel were part of the 18 teams that participated in the annual tournament as part of the ‘I Hate winter’ party, held Saturday, Feb. 9 at Scherr-Howe Event Center. The event is held every February to help break the doldrums of the long South Dakota winter. Scan this photo using the Mobridge Tribune […]

Tigers roll Falcons for fifth straight win

The Tigers ran their winning streak to five games with a 65-38 win over Todd County at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon. “All the weeks we’ve been drilling, they’re not fun, but the kids are getting better at it,” said coach TJ Knudson. “The fun part comes in the winning.” The Tigers played without one of their starters […]

Olson, Freeman earn fourth at Big Dakota Conference tourney

Isaac Olson and Tucson Freeman earned conference hardware with a pair of fourth-place finishes at the Big Dakota Conference Tournament in Ft. Pierre on Saturday. While the two seniors were the only Tigers to medal, the Big Dakota was a 24-team tournament that did not place fifth through eighth. “Normally when you have a 24-team tournament it places eight guys,” […]

Care center doors close on Jan. 31

Thursday, Jan. 31, will be the last day of operations for the Mobridge Care and Rehabilitation Center. The center, owned by Golden Living Centers, LLC, has been part of the community since 1968. At one time, it housed a specialized Alzheimer’s Unit and at one time had a 125-bed capacity. At the time of the closure announcement, it was home […]


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