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Sioux Falls woman drowns in Lake Madison
44 min 19 sec ago
Amelia Weaver, 9, started receiving medical marijuana treatments Friday for a rare form of epilepsy. Her parents say that her seizures have decreased dramatically since treatment began. (Submitted photo)
Hibbing couple thrilled by daughter's early response to medical marijuana
57 min 52 sec ago
Mike Elsberry
OPINION: Stop talking, start deciding
4 hours 19 min ago
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The Mitchell Fire department responded to a trailer fire in the parking lot at Menards on Monday afternoon in Mitchell. (Matt Gade/Republic)
Trailer catches fire at Menards
4 hours 25 min ago
Colorado woman accused of possession of cocaine
5 hours 33 min ago
Man accused of failing to register at new address
5 hours 33 min ago
Brownotter arrested for third-offense drunken driving
5 hours 33 min ago
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Two motorcycle crashes result in three injures Sunday on interstate
7 hours 9 sec ago
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Authorities investigating crash involving alcohol, man who fled scene
10 hours 55 min ago
Police probe decapitation of Arizona woman and her dogs
11 hours 24 min ago
Wilson C. Roberts purchased the Navin Hotel on Sept. 11, 1945 for $72,000 and changed the name to Hotel Roberts. The hotel was built in 1911 and was the first fire-proof hotel built in South Dakota. All of the large Mitchell hotels were destroyed by fire except The Navin. Don Beebe purchased the hotel to use as a nursing home in 1963 and it remained a nursing home until 1990. The building is now the Navin Apartments.
Back in Time: Navin Hotel
11 hours 54 min ago
Cal Thomas / Syndicated Columnist (tmseditors@tribune.com)
OPINION: Why selling baby parts should shock no one
12 hours 6 min ago
Dental work in the pre-anesthetic era. Paleolithic people probably probed decayed areas with pointed stone tools.  (Scientific Reports/Nature.com.)
Scientists discover 14,000-year-old evidence of dental work - and it sounds miserable
13 hours 17 min ago
Workers from Bruce Sign Company, of Mitchell, install new signage as part of the Corn Palace renovation project Saturday night in Mitchell. The Corn Palace domes are scheduled to go up starting at 8 a.m. this morning. (Marcus Traxler/Republic)
New Corn Palace signage installed
14 hours 2 min ago
Nine-year-old Irwin captures first crocodile
14 hours 3 min ago
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