SOCIAL SECURITY INFO Remembering Oklahoma City
On April 19, 1995, at 9:02 a.m. CST, our nation experienced a profound tragedy in the terrorist bomb attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Office Building in Oklahoma City.
Sixteen SSA employees and... Posted on 4/19/13 at 9:02 AM
STAFF BLOG COME HOME AMERICA McGovern’s 2 sisters expressed support for brother during race
EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a weekly series examining the events of 40 years ago that led to Mitchell native George McGoverns Democratic presidential nomination and run for the White House.
By TOM ... Posted on 10/6/12 at 3:14 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #69 - Duluth scratches the history itch
Back when I worked for WDAY-TV, they used to send me to the dungeon. But I liked it. Actually it wasn't so much a dungeon, more like a vault - a place where the station's past was kept. Going down the... Posted on 3/28/12 at 10:07 AM
STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER A Coolidge in S.D. keepsake
In 1927, the summer White House was in the Black Hills.
President Calvin Coolidge and his wife Grace fled the oppressive Washington, D.C. summer and came to the Black Hills, where the president fishe... Posted on 6/15/11 at 11:49 AM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Dakota Photo
If youre a history buff, are infatuated with the Black Hills of South Dakota, or appreciate beautiful photography, I encourage you to visit Dakota Photo. Paul Horsteds photography and books are the be... Posted on 1/12/11 at 8:00 PM
This photo, taken circa 1920s, is the Westborn Court Apartments, located at 400 – 408 W. Fifth Ave. (corner of Fifth and Sanborn streets). These apartments are still in use today, known now as Krohmer Properties. (Photo courtesy of Bob Brown and the Mitchell Area Historical Society)
This photo taken in 1931 shows Spears Service Station (823 N. Main) and Spears Motor Company (821 N. Main), owned by Isaac and Harry Spears. Spears Motor Company sold and serviced Hubmobile, Chrysler and Plymouth automobiles.
HOT SPRINGS (AP) — Veterans Affairs officials have once again removed two Confederate flags from a display at a Veterans Affairs hospital in the southwestern South Dakota city of Hot Springs, and the agency says the move is permanent this time.
PIERRE — South Dakota voters made four key decisions in the 18 months after the death of Gov. George S. Mickelson in the 1993 plane crash. Those decisions set the course for the next 20 years and brought us to where the state government is today.
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Forty years after the 71-day occupation at Wounded Knee, there is still lots of pain and many questions about what truly happened, according to an author of a new book examining the occupation and the last meeting between all the major players.
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