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Stirling shares story of resilience at DWU
Council asks for specific costs for Palace sign
Former Mitchell teacher remembered for dedication
Singing for Snacks
Judge orders mental evaluation for man involved in Kimball incident
Beefing up cancer care
COLUMN: Agriculture remains a top priority in the new Congress
South Dakota leading sunflower state for 2nd straight year
'Time is ripe' for food hubs
THUNE: New South Dakota delegation will hit the ground running
Horstman staying ready to help Jacks
SD Sportswriters Association polls
Tuesday's sports schedule
Area high school basketball roundup: Hanson girls down SC/W
MCS girls prevail in overtime
Mitchell woman celebrates 70th
Making the planet a better place for all of us
Mitchell couple to celebrate 50 years
Hofer birth announcement
NASELLO: Fancy lookin', easy cookin'
Louise Delia Olson
Maxine R. (Taplin) Hildebrandt
Kelli Lynne Jackson
COLUMN: Why we need an opportunity economy
OUR VIEW: Hisses and cheers
MERCER: Is RNC nudging earlier primaries on South Dakota?
LETTER: Keystone project not as green as it seems
LETTER: Wake up, American churches
Lake Oahe conditions improving for walleyes, other game fish
Legislation would allow bullheads as bait in South Dakota
WILTZ: Don’t lose an awareness of brutal SD weather
Panel approves expansion of dog hunting for mountain lions
For decades, hunter, angler Wicker Bill has called SD home
August 31, 2013
SD Festival of the Book lineup released
BROOKINGS -- The South Dakota Humanities Council has announced the lineup for the 2013 South Dakota Festival of Books, which will be held Sept....
August 31, 2013 - 5:35pm
August 30, 2013
BOOKS: "Written in Stone" chronicles life of
Thirteen-year-old Pearl's life changes forever when her father is killed in an unsuccessful whaling expedition off the Pacific coast. "Written in Stone," by Rosanne Parry, is the quiet, heartfelt story of the struggles of a Makah girl living in a small village along the tip of Washington's...
August 30, 2013 - 11:11pm
New books available at Mitchell Public Library
The following new books are available at Mitchell Public Library:
August 30, 2013 - 8:27pm
August 28, 2013
White Lake Community Library hosts book signing
WHITE LAKE -- Author Dr. Arley K. Fadness, Custer, will be at the White Lake Community Library from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 3 for a book signing. The book is "Balloons Aloft: Flying South Dakota Skies" and covers the art, science and history of ballooning in South Dakota skies...
August 28, 2013 - 2:47pm
August 25, 2013
BOOKS: Little Owl solves itchy scarf problem
Some of you may remember the picture book "No Roses for Harry." Harry (a dog) receives a sweater from Grandmother. Poor Harry. The sweater is green and covered with yellow roses. "Little Owl's Orange Scarf," by Tatyana Feeney, has a similar premise. Little Owl's happy life of eating...
August 25, 2013 - 11:36pm
August 21, 2013
SD first lady to hold book walk for children
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota first lady Linda Daugaard will hold a book walk for children in the backyard of the governor's mansion in Pierre on Sept. 16. Children in junior kindergarten through second grade are invited to take part, but they must be accompanied by an adult. The...
August 21, 2013 - 6:48pm
August 16, 2013
BOOKS: Green-Light girl hits the redo jackpot
"Odessa Again," by Dana Reinhardt, begins with possibilities. Odessa Green-Light's family has just moved into a new house. After a few torturous days of sharing a room with her toad of a brother, her mom finally relents. She allows Odessa to move into the attic. Three days later,...
life / entertainment
August 16, 2013 - 11:11pm
August 11, 2013
BOOKS: Chicks, construction make beginning reading fun
What do baby chicks and heavy machinery have in common? Not much, except they're two of the new titles in the Step into Reading Series. "Dig, Scoop, Ka-boom!," by Joan Holub, combines short sentences, powerful words and rhythm to tell the story of a construction crew's mighty tasks....
life / entertainment
August 11, 2013 - 8:24am
August 4, 2013
BOOKS: 'Lunch Lady' gets help
Nothing's too powerful for Lunch Lady. But in "Lunch Lady and the Video Game Villain," by Jarrett J. Krosoczka, Lunch Lady needs help from a student. It all starts when good-guy Hector Munoz decides to run for student body president. Too bad he's up against one of the most powerful...
August 4, 2013 - 11:39pm