Good morningDaily digest: Things to know for the day ahead, from a used book sale to winning lottery numbers to a community theater play.
Things to do
• Mitchell Area Neuropathy Support Group meeting, 2 p.m., Diane Bechen presenting, Countryside Living Community Room, Mitchell.
• Davison County CFEL program, “Acupuncture Facts,” by Dr. Quentin A. Thompson, 1 p.m., Community Room, Mitchell Public Library, Mitchell.
• Benefits specialists from DSS Division of Economic Assistance available, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., itinerant office, Armour.
• “Alone Together,” ACT production, 7:30 p.m., all seats reserved, $10 or $12, Pepsi Cola Theatre for the Performing Arts, Mitchell.
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Things to remember
USED BOOKS SOUGHT FOR MAHS BOOK SALE: Donations are being accepted for a used book sale to benefit the Mitchell Area Historical Society.
The sale will be held on May 18. Donations may be dropped off at First United Methodist Church, Mitchell.
For more information, call 996-3209.
REC CENTER POOL NOW HAS LIFEGUARDS ON DUTY: The Mitchell Recreation Center’s pool will now have a lifeguard on duty from 6 to 8 p.m on Friday evenings.
Mega Millions: Tuesday’s winning numbers: 6-20-39-41-46; Megaball: 42; Megaplier: 3; no winner reported; estimated jackpot: $33 million.
Powerball: Wednesday’s winning numbers: 6-10-23-41-45; Powerball: 1; estimated jackpot: $123 million.
Dakota Cash: Wednesday’s winning numbers: 9-13-23-27-34; estimated jackpot: $20,000.
Hot Lotto: Wednesday’s winning numbers: 1-13-14-21-36; Hot Ball: 18; estimated jackpot: $2.38 million.
Wild Card: Wednesday’s winning numbers: 16-18-26-31-32; Wild Card, Queen of Hearts; estimated jackpot: $230,000.
In 1964, the Federal Trade Commission announced that beginning the next year, cigarette packages would require health warnings.
Today in local
On this date in 2011, Mitchell City Councilman Mel Olson suggested that the city needed a consistent policy on reviewing driving records of those applying to drive cabs in the city. Olsen suggested that the city not approve private taxi companies’ drivers but retain approval for Palace Transit drivers as they are city employees.