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Walking for Victims

Members of the community joined the staff of Bridges Against Domestic Violence in a remembrance walk Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the city park. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the annual walk is part of the organization’s efforts to make the public aware of the issue.

Tigers take over in second half; topple Groton Area 34-12

Mobridge-Pollock outscored Groton Area 21-6 in the second half to win a 34-12 game on Friday during senior night at Tiger Stadium. “It was a great night,” said coach Paul Goehring. “It was an absolutely great night for our seniors.” After taking a 13-7 lead in the first half, the Tigers got the ball first in the third quarter on […]

Linton/HMB controls late in sweeping Lady Tigers

Twenty-three-win Linton/HMB controlled the back end of each set in a 3-0 win over the Lady Tigers at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium on Tuesday. Coach Rose Henderson said that while the Lady Tigers did not play to the top of their game, Linton/HMB is a very good volleyball team. Offensively, “They had more aggressive attackers,” said Henderson. While defensively, “They […]

Numbers are down but hunters find pheasants in Mobridge area

Poor conditions related to weather and the fact that crops are still in the fields, combined to make the opening weekend of South Dakota’s pheasant hunting season “tough” for hunters, according to one Mobridge-area guide. There are plenty of birds out there, but the surrounding crops made them tough to get to, said Kerry Konold, owner and guide with Outrageous […]

Catching Snow

Zander Imberi, son of Chance and Paige Imberi, plays snowball catch with his pet Colby on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Revheim Park. The snowfall in Mobridge fell short of the forecast total with about 5.6 inches recorded by the National Weather Service.

Three TDs in 2:27 sets up 28-0 win over Redfield

On a cold and windy Saturday afternoon, the Tigers took advantage of Redfield to score three touchdowns during a 2-minute, 27-second stretch in the second quarter. The 21-point run set up the Tigers’ 28-0 win over the Pheasants and raised their season record to 6-1. The Tigers had the wind in their face in the first quarter so they decided […]

Ipswich wins in night filled with exciting points

When a team loses a match 3-0, one does not usually expect the night was filled with much excitement. That was not the case on Monday at Mobridge-Pollock High School Gymnasium. Ipswich defeated the Lady Tigers 25-18, 27-25, 25-19, but the match was, in fact, hard fought with a bevy of long, drawn-out points that featured plenty of offensive attacks […]

Lady Tigers drop matches to Redfield, Timber Lake

Redfield defeated the Lady Tigers 3-1 in Redfield on Tuesday. The Lady Pheasants were hot early and won the first set 25-14. The Lady Tigers closed the gap after that, but Redfield won set two 25-21. The Lady Tigers got their win in the third set, posting the same 25-21 score. The fourth set was close, but Redfield held on […]

Webster Area hands Tigers first loss of season

When push came to shove, Webster Area did the shoving and defeated the Tigers 34-12 in Webster on Friday. “I give them credit. They are the number three team in state,” said coach Paul Goehring. “They are a very physical team, but I feel we’re right there. Field position played a big role in what was happening. Not having our […]

Treating the people of Malawi is Marciano’s life’s dream

What can draw a doctor from Mobridge into one of the poorest nations in the world deep in the heart of Africa? For Dr. Robert Marciano, it was being able to bring much needed medical care to the people surrounding Zomba, Malawi. Malawi is located in southeast Africa nestled between Tanzania to the northeast, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique […]

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