Good morningDaily digest: Things to know for the day ahead, from a children's concert to a Boogie Wonderland concert to the nation's first woman governor.
Things to do
• Phil Baker, in a children’s concert with “It’s A Snow Day.” 10:30 a.m., Corn Palace, Mitchell
• Boogie Wonderland, 8 p.m., Corn Palace, Mitchell.
• Used book sale, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Community Room, Public Library, Mitchell.
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Things to remember
KAYLOR HOSTS MEETING: Sodak Stam meeting will be at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11, at Heritage Hall, Kaylor.
This is the final meeting of the year and will honor World War II veterans who will tell their stories. There will be a reception at 1:30 p.m. for the attending veterans.
Powerball: 32-34-45-52-58; Powerball, 20; no winner reported; estimated jackpot: $168 million.
Wild Card: 4-6-7-16-30; Wild Card: Queen of Spades; no winner reported; estimated jackpot: $265,000.
Hot Lotto: 3-4-16-25-38; Hot Ball, 6; no winner reported; estimated jackpot: $5.1 million.
Dakota Cash: 3-10-13-18-35; no winner reported; estimated jackpot: $32,000.
Nellie Tayloe Ross, the first woman U.S. governor, was elected by Wyoming voters on this date in 1924. She took office on Jan. 5, 1925, preceding Miriam Ferguson, of Texas, who had also been elected but didn’t take office until Jan. 20, 1925.
Today in history
Mitchell Board of Education gave an ecological OK to the purchase of a wind turbine for Mitchell Technical Institute’s energy program. The turbine was to be part of the Crow Lake wind farm site and was be used to help train students in the MTI wind turbine program. Funding came from various sources, including a federal grant, General Electric discounts, South Dakota Office of Economic Development and MTI.