Thirty-two years after it was released, it’s still played frequently. And no one is scared to bust a move when it hits the speakers.
“Y.M.C.A.” is a classic song that has maintained its popularity and sparked the interest of generations of fans.
The group that sings it, the Village People, is also popular for hits “Macho Man,” “Can’t Stop the Music” and “Go West” and their costumes — a Native American, police officer, biker, construction worker, soldier and cowboy.
Davison County State’s Attorney Pat Smith said Tuesday that no charges will be filed against former state Sen. Ed Olson in the aftermath of a July 17 parade accident in which Auditor Susan Kiepke was injured.
Thirteen years after their last appearance in Mitchell, the band behind such hits as “YMCA,” “Macho Man” and “In The Navy” will return to the city.
Lori Essig, vice president of university relations for Dakota Wesleyan University, announced Friday morning that the Village People will perform during the college’s Blue and White Bash on Oct. 2 at the Corn Palace.
At least three people are interested in becoming the next Davison County Commissioner for District 4, and all three names are familiar to local voters.
Former Mitchell city councilman Bill Rubendall and former state legislator Ed Olson confirmed Thursday that they are interested in the open position. Jim Handsel, who ran for the position in the last two elections, had already expressed interest.
, July 16, 2009
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