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Dakotas lead US in economic well-being for kids, report says
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Mitchell intersection to close for construction
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Governor appoints Wagner woman to Board of Pardons and Paroles
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Tyler Esser, 9, of Redfield, right, tries to keep his horse, Teddy, from eating his hat while waiting with his brother, Tobin, 11, center, outside the horse stalls Tuesday. (Sean Ryan/Republic)
PHOTOS: State 4-H Horse Show
4 hours 16 min ago
ND wants specifics on backlogged grain shipments
13 hours 39 min ago
Wheat Growers welcomes Scotland native as agronomy sales manager
13 hours 44 min ago
Cemetery security a concern after vandalism
13 hours 45 min ago
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Eight Mitchell High School students attended the National Health Occupation Students of America Conference on June 25-28 in Orlando, Fla. Members who attended were, in front from left, Mason Wenzel, Emma Schmidt, Tevyn Waddell, Kara Hanson and Cole Wedel. In back are Spencer Mohr, Luke Bartl, Tyler Gorrell and adviser Clayton Gropper. (Photo courtesy of Tricia Neugebauer)
Mitchell trio places at National health conference
13 hours 51 min ago
Returning veterans getting armed to farm
13 hours 54 min ago
WOSTER: Driving grain trucks like Richard Petty
14 hours 2 sec ago
PUC won't force South Dakota electric co-ops to purchase Wisconsin wind company's power
14 hours 2 min ago
Kyle Art Institute receives USDA grant
14 hours 6 min ago
Sombke: Equal access to broadcast TV key to rural America
17 hours 5 min ago
Panel discusses ways to use fairgrounds
17 hours 26 min ago
Underage party busted in Mitchell
17 hours 42 min ago
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