Good morningDaily digest: Things to know for the day ahead, from kindergarten information night to a book mobile to a show choir performance.
Things to do
• Hanson-McCook Regional Library Bookmobile, 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m., Montrose; 1:20 to 2:30 p.m., Orland.
• Show Choir Community Show, 7 p.m., Mitchell High School auditorium.
• Slam Poetry presentation, 9 p.m., Sherman Center, DWU campus, Mitchell.
• Ladies and Gents’ Night Out, 7:30 p.m., $10 in advance, $12 at the door, Pepsi-Cola Theatre for the Performing Arts, Mitchell.
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Things to remember
KINDERGARTEN INFORMATION NIGHT PLANNED: John Paul II kindergarten information night will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, in the multi-purpose room, John Paul II Elementary School, Mitchell.
There will be child care provided in the preschool classroom. The evening presents the opportunity for parents to meet the staff, learn about the faith-based curriculum, tour the school and participate in a question and answer session. For more information, call 996-2365.
Mega Millions: Winning numbers drawn Tuesday: 7-11-16-39-54; Mega Ball: 13; Megaplier, 3; no winner reported; Estimated jackpot: $89 million.
Powerball: Winning numbers drawn Wednesday: 11-12-24-43-45; Powerball: 9; Estimated jackpot: $110 million.
Wild Card 2: Winning numbers drawn Wednesday: 6-12-15-21-24; Wild Card: King of Clubs; Estimated jackpot: $640,000.
Dakota Cash: Winning numbers drawn Wednesday: 6-13-15-19-25; Estimated jackpot: $20,000.
Hot Lotto: Winning numbers drawn Wednesday: 12-22-23-32-37; Hot Ball: 14; Estimated jackpot: $1.1 million.
There were 111 fatalities on South Dakota’s roads in 2011, with 12 fatalities being youth between ages 0-19, representing 11 percent of total fatalities. — Source: 2012 S.D. Kids Count Factbook
Today in local history
On this date in 2011, MTI President Greg Von Wald commented on the deep cuts in education recommended by Gov. Dennis Daugaard. Von Wald said the cuts would continue the theme of shifting more of the education costs to the students attending tech schools and away from the state.