Couple accused of burning own Springfield business.
Thursday event hosted by the Roatary Club is open to the public.RELATED CONTENT
At least four area school districts will hold elections Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
40-year-old Brett Pommer, barricaded himself inside the residence.RELATED CONTENT
Legislators to look at issues regarding same-sex couples.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK (AP) — State and cattle industry officials say North Dakota’s first reported case of bovine tuberculosis in 14 years shouldn’t threaten the state’s federally designated “TB-free” status.RELATED CONTENT
There are dozens of reasons for American farmers and ranchers to be thrilled — nay, elated! — by Shuanghui International Holding Inc.’s proposed $4.7 billion purchase of Smithfield Foods, Inc., America’s biggest pork chop.RELATED CONTENT
The rollover auction raised $6,250 to support the Agriculture and Transportation Technologies Division at MTI. Click image to read more.RELATED CONTENT
Statewide moisture conditions best since last June.RELATED CONTENT
A U.S. wholesaler accuses America’s spud farmers of driving up prices while spying on farmers with satellites and aircraft fly-overs to enforce strict limits on how many tubers they can grow.RELATED CONTENT
A Hutchinson County jury awarded farmer Curtis Huether $100,000 in damages and $1 million in punitive damages against David Bisson.RELATED CONTENT
Wenzel, others to compete across US.RELATED CONTENT
Carroll Torberson has driven every school bus route in Mitchell through the years. He received the Distinguished Service Award Monday. Click to read more.RELATED CONTENT
At the Opera House, there are tales of a spectral presence wandering the upper balcony of the old theater. A woman fell to her death there in the early 1900s, leaving a child.RELATED CONTENT
Ranching is perpetually dealing with positive and negative situations simultaneously.RELATED CONTENT
Bud Homan purchased the guard house and transformed the building into a restaurant, calling it The Brig. Click to read more.RELATED CONTENT
“What Can a Crane Pick Up?” is a poetic book about the variety of objects and living things that can be lifted by a crane.RELATED CONTENT
In several cases, the same property owners were charged multiple times for mowing lawns on property they own.RELATED CONTENT
While the national unemployment rate is 7.6 percent, South Dakota’s continues to be substantially lower at 4.1 percent.RELATED CONTENT
Farmers are keeping up with the latest technology using satellite steering systems for their machinery and applying seed, fertilizer, and chemicals with pinpoint accuracy and precision. I believe agriculture policy should follow this example of efficiency.RELATED CONTENT
Progressive lawmakers and the liberal commentariat have been passive and acquiescent toward the secret spying programs.RELATED CONTENT
During previous legislative session, House members scaled back a reform bill to apply only to opposite-sex partners.RELATED CONTENT
Death, half-century can’t dim memories of father’s strength.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell poised to break into Intelligent Communities’ Top 7.RELATED CONTENT
I want to thank the Yankton Sioux Tribe for not labeling me a racist.RELATED CONTENT
Councilman Olson’s not a prohibitionist, but would rather continue to prohibit both open consumption outside your own home than to allow it on both your street and Main Street.RELATED CONTENT
A picnic shelter will be built this month where the pavilion once stood.RELATED CONTENT
With the obvious corruption of the Chicago politicians showing how little they share in South Dakota values, it makes little sense that we would send off one more Democrat to split South Dakota’s two senatorial votes.RELATED CONTENT
New Mitchell High School boys’ basketball coach Erik Skoglund instituted his offensive philosophy during individual Kernel Camp in late May.
CHAMBERLAIN — This year will be the first time Savanna and Moriah Glaus compete against each other in the same three events at the South Dakota High School Rodeo State Finals, which begins today in Belle Fourche.
A list of today's area sporting events
SIOUX FALLS — The Mitchell Post 18 Legion baseball committed eight errors en route to falling to Sioux Falls West 15-9 Tuesday.
Alexandria stays on top of Class B amateur poll By The Daily Republic The Alexandria Angels maintained their spot at the top of this week’s Class B South Dakota amateur baseball poll. Three other area teams are ranked in the top five of the Class B poll. Dimock/Emery is third, Parkston Mudcats are fourth and Canova is fifth.
In late May, I received a letter in personal longhand from Gary Allen, of Allen’s Missouri River Guide Service, in Chamberlain. For many years, I’ve thought about going out on our Missouri River with a professional guide.RELATED CONTENT