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Trump revokes rules on transgender bathrooms
Dakota Access Pipeline camp closure goes fairly peacefully despite 2 hurt and 10 arrested
Officials seeking suspects in Delmont, Armour burglaries
Herseth Sandlin named president of Augustana University
Mitchell to get 10 inches of snow, more south of Interstate 90
Lego replaces long-time CEO with first foreign boss in organizational shake-up
Instagram will soon let you like comments - or even turn them off completely
Google looks for 'conservative outreach' manager after Trump election win
McDonald's revamps $4 billion McCafe brand as it lags Starbucks
Amazon opening store that will eliminate checkout lines
Consignment sale brings huge crowd, unique animals to Platte
AgweekTV: McMartin Jr. files for bankruptcy
South Dakota lawmakers consider beef labeling proposal
U.S. corn farmers worry as Mexico woos South American suppliers
Official: Cattle prices have stabilized
Photos from the DWU Men’s 98-90 win over Concordia in GPAC Tourney
Photos from the DWU women's 94-60 win over Briar Cliff in GPAC Tourney
Updated GPAC tournament pairings: DWU women host Doane, Tiger men travel to Northwestern
DWU men pull away from Concordia
IUPUI knocks off South Dakota women
Couple plans March wedding
Colome man marks 90th birthday
Mitchell woman celebrated 85 years
Local couple weds in October ceremony
Former Mitchell man celebrates 80th birthday
Vernon E. Vlasman
Violet Odella Moline
LETTER: Speaking out against corruption
LETTER: Thune, Rounds in unique position to support ethanol
PIERSON: South Dakota cannot be a one-party rule
OUR VIEW: Criminal justice reforms caused unintentional consequences for local law enforcement
WOSTER: A presidential decision to celebrate birthdays
Wiltz: Excitement in elk hunting and ice fishing
Pheasant Country chapter honored for habitat efforts
GF&P, SDSU partnering for five-year project to equip birds with radio collars
Wiltz: Sage grouse receive big bucks
No-fee promise comes into canyon debate
Marcella and Elmer Werning
December 9, 2016
WOSTER: The orbit that made the moon landing possible
Heroes walked the land when I was growing up, and John Glenn moved onto my heroes' list in the winter of 1962 when he orbited the earth in an...
December 9, 2016 - 5:10pm
November 25, 2016
WOSTER: Holy hats, things have changed
When I worked for The Associated Press years ago, I once bought a freelance photographer's print of a bunch of western hats hanging on hooks outside a Capitol committee room.
November 25, 2016 - 4:06pm
May 9, 2015
Make Mom breakfast in bed for Mother's Day
MOORHEAD, Minn.—Kids, I'm talking to you. Moms, move along. Nothing to see here. Are they gone? Good. I want to help you guys find a way...
May 9, 2015 - 10:01am
February 20, 2015
WOSTER: The science of playing dolls
I don't know how to "play dolls.'' Back in my younger days, I could play basketball and a little vacant-lot baseball. Even though I've grown older and don't participate in those sports, I still know how to play them. If the body were willing, the mind remains capable. What I'm...
February 20, 2015 - 4:33pm
January 27, 2015
WOSTER: A wildly popular 'program' that never made a second season
Not many people remember this, but for a time I was the on-air talent for a wildly popular morning show about the South Dakota Legislature. OK,...
January 27, 2015 - 5:04pm
January 14, 2015
Big ambitions aren't just for big cities
EDITOR'S NOTE: Palace City Profiles is an ongoing series of community members' stories, introducing us to our neighbors and the personalities...
January 14, 2015 - 3:47pm
November 21, 2014
WOSTER: JFK assassination anniversary a reminder of how things changed
An assassin's bullet took the life of President John F. Kennedy during a Dallas motorcade on this date in 1963. I was a sophomore in college. I've told before of leaving the ROTC classroom to join a group of students clustered around the Associated Press teletype machine on the north...
November 21, 2014 - 2:03pm
November 18, 2014
EPP: Imagine having Islamic terrorists just two counties away
Imagine if Islamic terrorists occupied the biggest city two counties over. How confident would you feel that they will stay put and leave you and your community alone? That's the dilemma that faces my Kurdish and international friends in Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region...
November 18, 2014 - 1:15pm
July 22, 2014
OPINION: Not all urgent cares created equal
By Trudy Lieberman Rural Health News Service Tracy Hume, a freelance writer who lives in Greeley, Co., and a reader of Thinking About Health columns, recently sent along this provocative question: "Do ER-affiliated urgent care providers ever try to escalate patients to the ER when...
July 22, 2014 - 10:59pm
July 14, 2014
AMY KIRK: How old cars bring families together
I should've known that the slide shows my two uncles put together for a recent family reunion would be a "man show." A man show is a photo slide show viewed either digitally or on a slide projector (we had both at our reunion) that consists of old family vehicles. I'm not sure...
July 14, 2014 - 8:20am
MERCER: Geese populations growing faster than hunters can harvest
PIERRE -- There's no way to hunt our way out of the environmental disaster that snow geese have become. And our state's Wildlife Division biologists know it. One of their top men, Tom Kirschenmann, used the word "havoc" a few days ago to describe what's occurring. Tony Leif,...
July 14, 2014 - 8:18am
July 2, 2014
EPP: Imagine having Islamic terrorists just two counties away
Imagine if Islamic terrorists occupied the biggest city two counties over. How confident would you feel that they will stay put and leave you...
July 2, 2014 - 9:23pm
June 22, 2014
MERCER: A new era takes hold at SDHSAA
PIERRE -- Holy cow, we lather up over high school sports in South Dakota. And well we should. So let me offer two observations. First, the South Dakota High School Activities Association took giant steps forward in recent months becoming more open to everyone about its activities. It...
June 22, 2014 - 5:27pm
April 29, 2014
OPINION: Time to tear down 'Ghettotorium'
As a collective, when the students of Mitchell High School read the editorial in the paper titled, "Re-route this runaway train," disdain and large stress veins started to appear among the faces of the students and staff that most frequently use the auditorium. We should be the...
April 29, 2014 - 5:47pm
June 12, 2012
TUPPER: Anti-progressive voters could challenge Tracy
Kudos to Ken Tracy for his victory last week in the six-way race for mayor of Mitchell. The voters probably made a good choice with...
June 12, 2012 - 7:45am