YTC Weekly

Girls’state tournament play wrapped up this past weekend at the three perspective sites and the boys’ state tournaments will get underway beginning Thursday. I’ll start with the Class B Tournament in Huron. The first game of the day in Huron last Thursday saw top seed Warner defeat #8 seed Timber Lake 63-43. The next game saw #5 seed Sully Buttes […]


On Thursday, John and Betty Van Beek went to Mobridge as Betty had an appointment. On Thursday evening, John and Betty Van Beek and Jeff Van Beek attended the Pollock Community Center meeting held in the lunch room. On Saturday, John and Betty Van Beek and Jeff Van Beek attended MartinAnkerson’s 90th Birthday party held at the Good Samaritan Center […]

Herreid School History Fair and Science Fair

The Herreid School History Fair and Science Fair was held Monday, March 4. The History Fair contestants were judged and awarded a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Honorable Mention award. Any individual that received one of those awards will compete in the Regional History Fair in April at Gettysburg. The Science Fair contestants were judged and awarded first, second or third […]

Mobridge-Pollock Tigers head to State; defeat Miller in Region 6A action

The Mobridge-Pollock Tigers are heading to the StateA Boys Basketball Tournament after defeating Miller for the region title Monday night, March 4. The Tigers claimed the Region 6A Title with a 55-45 win that featured a big fourth quarter comeback in which the Tigers outscored the Rustlers, 25-9. The trip to State will be the first since Mobridge and Pollock […]

SDPB to cover all three classes of Boys Basketball Tournaments

South Dakota Public Broadcasting will be airing all three classes of the Boys Basketball Tournaments on the Web and via SDPB Television. SDPB covers a variety of high school achievement activities ranging from sports to debate to music. The tournaments will air live on all three SDPB Television channels and at http:// sports.SDPB.org, as well as stats, scores and updated […]

Youth wrestling winners

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South Dakota Historical Society Foundation

Legends of the Capitol Visiting South Dakota’s Capitol building is like going on a treasure hunt. People search for sky blue tiles in the terrazzo tile floors. Almost all the marble tiles in the Capitol’s floors are yellow, rust, white, black, tan and green – almost, because 66 of them are said to be blue. The story goes that each […]


Gunder Leroy Odde, son of John and Jaimie Odde of Pollock, SD, was born on February 28, 2013 at 7:42 a.m. at Mobridge Regional Hospital, Mobridge, SD and weighed 9 pds. 15 oz. and was 22” long. His grandparents are Ken and Arlene Odde of Pollock, SD and Les and Monica Iseminger of Lyons, SD. Gunder’s Great Grandparents areArnold and […]

Spring wheat planting tips given

The most important factors in producing a profitable spring wheat field are selecting the best cultivar, providing proper fertility, planting on time and having a good seedbed to plant into, says Paul O. Johnson SDSU Extension Agronomy Field Specialist. When selecting a variety, Johnson encourages growers to reference the Variety Recommendations for 2013 contained in the 2012 annual report on […]

Mound City

On Friday afternoon, Arlene Bossert accompanied Alan and Helen Trautman of Lincoln, ND to Eureka where they attended the funeral of Emil Matz. Dean and Nancy Johnson attended the Regional Wrestling Tournament in Pierre on Saturday. Their grandsons, Luke, Cody and Chet Peterson wrestled in the tournament and Luke and Chet qualified for the State tournament. Later Dean and Nancy […]