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USD, SDSU fans urged to donate toward food
10 hours 44 min ago
Rapid City convenience store robbed at knifepoint
10 hours 45 min ago
Hit-and-run driver damages Sioux Falls house
10 hours 47 min ago
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Commissioners to weigh sites for sheep
11 hours 24 min ago
Thune, colleagues introduce Ebola visa ban legislation
11 hours 51 min ago
SDDOT awards Economic Development Grants
12 hours 4 min ago
Seven communities to get DOT grants for local projects
12 hours 6 min ago
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SDDOT defers $32M of western highway projects
12 hours 9 min ago
Council continues discussion on sewer, water rates
12 hours 56 min ago
SDHSAA state volleyball results
18 hours 37 min ago
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
Judge limits suspect in death of Adrian Peterson's son
November 20, 2014 - 8:50am
GUEBERT: Irony, coincidence, or just politics?
November 19, 2014 - 11:19pm
Opportunities realized for students in CTE program
November 19, 2014 - 8:14pm
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