Mitchell facility one of four acquired by ND group.RELATED CONTENT
Craig Guymon pleaded guilty Tuesday to voting twice in an election, which is a felony.RELATED CONTENT
State needs to see if federal funds can be used for proposal.RELATED CONTENT
Johnson continues advocacy on behalf of call completion problems.RELATED CONTENT
Senator also pushing cybersecurity, drought mitigation.RELATED CONTENT
During opening statements on Tuesday, Pennington County State’s Attorney Mark Vargo said Charles Birds Head took a sawed-off shotgun with him when he went to the parking lot to deal drugs, showing he was ready to kill.RELATED CONTENT
PUC says handling of insolvency shows system isn’t broken.RELATED CONTENT
The South Dakota Department of Transportation is advising motorists that microsurfacing will be applied on a portion of northbound Highway 37 north of Mitchell in Davison and Sanborn counties beginning Friday.RELATED CONTENT
Easy to get ‘pushed around’ by developers, local leaders warned.RELATED CONTENT
Edgerton Place plan will use public funds to build street.RELATED CONTENT
Preliminary hearing scheduled in two-death incident.
Also pleads no contest to burning car in September.
The Mitchell Police Division is seeking information on a suspect involved in the theft of a white 2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXP that happened sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning in the 1000 block of West Fifth Avenue.RELATED CONTENT
Police: Carcass slid from pickup bed on Main Street.RELATED CONTENT
Davison County Implement’s donation will help ag-related programs at school.RELATED CONTENT
BROOKINGS — Water is reused, reclaimed and recycled on MoDak Dairy Inc. near, Kranzburg. Owned and operated by brothers, Greg and Jim Moes, MoDak Dairy is a 2,000-cow operation.RELATED CONTENT
Congress has less than 20 legislative days to put up a year’s worth of hay before Congressional winter begins Sept. 30. They won’t make it.RELATED CONTENT
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its weekly crop report that corn silking was at 69 percent, behind last year's 78 percent but ahead of the 45 percent average.RELATED CONTENT
Marc Reiner, a soybean farmer from Tripp, was elected chairman of the board of directors for the South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council.RELATED CONTENT
State officials will work local governments and development officials on a site analysis program that will look at information on local zoning ordinances, permitting requirements and the availability of service infrastructure.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON — With the farm bill stalled, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., says that if the House cannot reach agreement on a bill to reauthorize the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as SNAP or food stamps, before leaving on Friday for five weeks, the farm bill conference between the House and the Senate should proceed.RELATED CONTENT
News for state positive at outset of World Breastfeeding Week.RELATED CONTENT
Twenty-one children attended the recent Davison County Farmers Union Day Camp, which focused on financial literacy.RELATED CONTENT
4-H Achievement Days opened Tuesday in Mitchell.RELATED CONTENT
SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development, in cooperation with the South Dakota 4-H Foundation and the SDSU Foundation, awarded $2,900 in college scholarships to eight South Dakota students for the 2013-2014 academic years.RELATED CONTENT
The foundation, headquartered at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre, was established in 1982 as the nonprofit fundraising partner of the South Dakota State Historical Society.RELATED CONTENT
Now playing at Mitchell's Luxury 5 Cinemas and the Starlite Drive-in, 2 Guns, Smurfs 2, The Wolverine 3-D, Red 2, Grown Ups 2, We're the Millers, Man of Steel and Heat.RELATED CONTENT
Camp Arroya will be hosting an open house and offering one-hour tours of Lake Mitchell via pontoon boats from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday at Camp Arroya, Mitchell.RELATED CONTENT
Aug. 19 is first day of school in Mitchell.RELATED CONTENT
HURON — The deadline for all South Dakota State Fair open class entries is Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
The Mitchell Technical Institute Oak Room will open for the fall semester on Monday, Sept. 30.RELATED CONTENT
A benefit for Charlie Mahaffey has been moved to 2 p.m. Sunday due to a conflict of a playoff game for the Mount Vernon baseball team this past weekend.RELATED CONTENT
For the first time, The Chronicle of Higher Education has listed MTI as one of the best colleges to work for.RELATED CONTENT
Meningococcal disease is a bacterial infection resulting in inflammation of the tissues covering the brain and spinal cord.RELATED CONTENT
Items may be dropped off at any First Dakota location through Friday Aug. 2.RELATED CONTENT
Local group named best in organization’s Dakotas district.RELATED CONTENT
The Daily Republic is seeking entrants for a pie-baking contest, to be held in September.RELATED CONTENT
We are not surprised to hear that local residents are asking the county and city to allow golf carts on city streets.RELATED CONTENT
Forced time off is divisive, painful and political, like everything else in Washington these days.RELATED CONTENT
Many studies have found that the best predictor of future economic status is the wealth of the parents, not educational achievement. If so, we must make education No. 1 again.RELATED CONTENT
How do we get more tourists to wander from the Corn Palace and spend a few dollars in our stores? We have to invite them, and the streetscape plan certainly does that.RELATED CONTENT
I mentioned the wedding at Cass Lake, Minnesota, but I don’t think I made it clear what an incredible thing it was for me to haul a boat that far.RELATED CONTENT
Here, where cattle could graze in vast swaths of this depopulated city, democracy ratified a double delusion: Magic would rescue the city (consult the Bible, the bit about the multiplication of the loaves and fishes), or Washington would deem Detroit, as it recently did some banks and two of the three Detroit-based automobile companies, "too big to fail."RELATED CONTENT
PARKSTON — Dimock/ Emery and Platte stayed alive in the District 5 amateur tournament after earning wins Wednesday.
A look at today's sports schedule.
Owls get state amateur berth By The Daily Republic PLANKINTON — The Wessington Springs Owls earned a come-from-behind victory Tuesday to earn a spot in the state amateur baseball tournament.
The Mitchell White teener baseball team will face two teams it hasn’t seen this year at the VFW 13-14 AA Minors State Tournament in Watertown.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell natives Brandon Sigmund and Jeff Meyerink have played in tournaments together before and they will do so again today as they compete in the Midwest Cup at Wild Horse Golf Club in Gothenburg, Neb.