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LETTER: Timely notification would assist in reporting for jury duty
2 hours 13 min ago
LETTER: Do we care enough to please God?
2 hours 45 min ago
USD, SDSU fans urged to donate toward food
18 hours 42 min ago
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Rapid City convenience store robbed at knifepoint
18 hours 43 min ago
Hit-and-run driver damages Sioux Falls house
18 hours 44 min ago
Commissioners to weigh sites for sheep
19 hours 21 min ago
Thune, colleagues introduce Ebola visa ban legislation
19 hours 48 min ago
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SDDOT awards Economic Development Grants
20 hours 1 min ago
Seven communities to get DOT grants for local projects
20 hours 3 min ago
SDDOT defers $32M of western highway projects
20 hours 7 min ago
Council continues discussion on sewer, water rates
20 hours 53 min ago
SDHSAA state volleyball results
November 20, 2014 - 3:47pm
Paula Vogel tries to convince her one-year-old daughter Madison to smile for a picture with Santa as she is a little shy as they visited Becky Moore State Farm to have a photo taken with Santa by Photography Unlimited on Wednesday in Mitchell. Cost was $6 with a canned food item or $7 without and all the food and photo fees are being donated to the Mitchell Area Food Pantry.(Matt Gade/Republic)
PHOTOS: Getting their picture with Santa
November 20, 2014 - 8:00am
Simulator Technician Melissa Ettswood demostrates to Madison High School students Tiana Paradeis ,left, Kaydra Hart-Bedell, second from right, and Ashley Briggs how the eyes on the dummy Suzie will actually react to a light source just like a normal patient as one session part of Mitchell Technical Institute
PHOTO: High school students take part in MTI's Scrubs Camp
November 20, 2014 - 7:30am
Equal opportunity in scheduling a concern for football coaches
19 min 1 sec ago
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