Daily Digest, your guide to the Mitchell area from a look at gas prices to graduation to free state parks.RELATED CONTENT
Memorial Day holiday likely culprit causing hike.RELATED CONTENT
19 4.0 GPAs; two National Merit scholars.RELATED CONTENT
Court documents say accused murderer shot fiance Crystal Schulz in head.RELATED CONTENT
PLATTE — Four teenagers were injured in a one-vehicle rollover crash around 3 a.m. Wednesday southeast of Platte.RELATED CONTENT
Lottery staff gets green light to negotiate with Las Vegas firm.RELATED CONTENT
The following business were checked and passed: Wild Oak County Club, Lakeview Golf Course, County Fair Food Store, Whiskey Creek, I-90 Truck Stop, Super 8 Motel, All-Star Sports Bar, Cubby’s East, Twin Dragon and Corona Village.RELATED CONTENT
Some critics said Neuharth — who titled his autobiography "Confessions of an S.O.B." — was a ruthless egomaniac, but close friend Jack Marsh knew Neuharth as a different man.RELATED CONTENT
WAGNER -- Three people suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday near Wagner.RELATED CONTENT
Q. Who is responsible for the dead, leaning trees about to fall anytime (on a car?) along North Ohlman south of 23rd Avenue (Cemetery Road). Is it the city of Mitchell?RELATED CONTENT
Brandon Sazue calls school decision to deny honor song 'racist.'RELATED CONTENT
May fitting month to celebrate Mother’s DayRELATED CONTENT
Senator finds mixed results with proposed amendmentsRELATED CONTENT
Farmers remain optimistic, locals and experts sayRELATED CONTENT
Congress to work on issues this weekRELATED CONTENT
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday bolstered Monsanto Co.’s ability to control the use of its genetically modified seeds, ruling that companies can block efforts to circumvent patents on self replicating technologies.RELATED CONTENT
Despite a major drought, crop income increased in 2012, according to an annual report issued by the South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Management at Mitchell Technical Institute.RELATED CONTENT
The site will be open Monday through Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. and from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
Becky Rolfes poses for a novelty picture taken by Lisa Hermandson Friday afternoon during a celebration for National Nursing Home Week at Avera Brady Health and Rehab. Avera Brady celebrated all week with different activities each day ranging from “Farmer Day” to “Style Show Day.” (Jordan Steffen/Republic)RELATED CONTENT
March is National Nutrition Month and America’s favorite protein, beef, is here to help you celebrate in a delicious and easy way.RELATED CONTENT
After years with little rental housing development, study kick-starts projectsRELATED CONTENT
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Cowboys and cowgirls from across the Midwest will compete in 13 events during the 11th annual Wessington Springs Foothills Roundup South Dakota Rodeo Association Rodeo May 25-26.RELATED CONTENT
Summer boating fun won’t be the same without Virge.RELATED CONTENT
When it comes to the issue of drinking wine on sidewalks in front of two coffeehouses that currently hold wine licenses, it’s a matter of wanting to linger downtown and enjoy the scenery of this area.RELATED CONTENT
On May 11, the postal workers spent part of their work day and time to pick up food that was put out by their generous patrons for the Food Pantry in Mitchell.RELATED CONTENT
Veterans and South Dakotans who are choosing sides need one more simple, basic, necessary fact which, for some reason, was left out of every news report I could find: What kind of display of flags at the Hot Springs Veterans Affairs Medical Center was the Confederate flag a part of? Was it (A) An array of authentic, captured flags of the enemies of the United States of America (England, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Japan, Italy, etc.)? Or (B) an exhibition of the evolution of the U.S. flag (number of stars)?RELATED CONTENT
Not to overstate, but nothing less than free speech is at stake, about which no one should be confused.RELATED CONTENT
While South Dakota does benefit — state government receives a portion of the proceeds — we worry that the benefit is coming at the expense of people who may be hooked.RELATED CONTENT
SIOUX FALLS — For the second time in three years, the Mitchell Kernel boys’ tennis team was announced the winner of the Sportsmanship Award at the state tennis tournament Saturday at McKennan Park in Sioux Falls.
South Central has three returning golfers from its undefeated, Class B state champion season from a year ago.
The Parkston girls’ golf team and Sydney Bormann return to the Class A state tournament to defend their titles today.
Mitchell High School girls’ golf coach Rob Marchand said his team has continually improved this season.
A look at today's area sports schedule.