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Congressional talks yield deal to fund government through September
Councilwoman wants investor list for parking project
Craftsman donates equipment, time to St. Paul tool library
Five injured in Sunday crash near Salem
Mitchell board to consider new lake manager post
Uber expects flying taxis to take off in 2020
Could Apple buy Disney? Wall Street revives rumor of potential mega-deal
Caribou Coffee-owner JAB Holdings to buy bakery chain Panera Bread in biggest-ever U.S. restaurant deal
Office supplies retailer Staples explores sale
Apparel chain Bebe Stores to explore strategic alternatives
AgweekTV: Bargain bull
Ag advisor offers his take on Trump and farmers
Cool temperatures could delay planting
Ag groups urge Trump to stick with NAFTA
Farm bill stalwarts say money 'will be hard to come by'
Stunning eagle earns Kisner/Brown Monday playoff in New Orleans
Complete effort by Preds leads to 2-1 series lead on Blues
Five Kernels win events at Ah Sahli Invite
DWU splits with Concordia
Sano drives in five as Twins top Royals
Blooming beauty: How to freshen up hair and makeup for spring
'The Cemetery Club' handles the topic of grief with care
Couple plans March wedding
Colome man marks 90th birthday
Mitchell woman celebrated 85 years
Randy L. Baysinger
Leland S. Archambeau
Irene L. Eining
Irene L. Eining
ROUNDS: Paris Climate Agreement another misguided step that puts U.S. at competitive disadvantage
NOEM: 100 days of giving control back to you
DAUGAARD: Choices behind the wheel
LETTER: New Order of the Free Man
LETTER: Sonday, rather than Sunday?
Strong pregnancy rate, winter survival positive sign for deer numbers
Wiltz: Make our walleyes great again?
Wiltz: How big is too big for a bobcat?
Trespassing or not? State's attorneys weigh in on non-meandered waters
Wiltz: Taking wildlife inventory after another SD winter
Reverend Lyle Howard
Art and Helen Pollreisz
January 8, 2015
BASULTO: If Zuckerberg is the next Oprah, Facebook is in trouble
When Mark Zuckerberg makes a New Year's resolution, people notice. This year, of course, the Facebook chief executive has segued from learning Mandarin to creating one of the Internet's largest book clubs. His "A Year of Books" Facebook page, which encourages Facebook users to read...
January 8, 2015 - 5:36pm
October 27, 2014
OUR VIEW: Daugaard for another four years
On Election Day 2010, when then-Lt. Gov. Dennis Daugaard became South Dakota's governor, he felt voters supported him because he pledged to boost the state's economy by creating new jobs and balancing the state's budget. "I'm ready and anxious to tackle both of them," Daugaard said...
October 27, 2014 - 1:17pm
December 26, 2012
OUR VIEW: SD needs to ban texting while driving
Mitchell Mayor Ken Tracy has decided to hold back on his plan to ban texting and driving in Mitchell, and we're OK with that. Tracy said he...
December 26, 2012 - 10:20am
OUR VIEW: Holiday activities are worth the effort
Mitchell's Parade of Lights was born as a chance to see the U.S. Capitol Holiday Tree. It once doubled as a celebration marking the town's 125th...
September 26, 2012 - 7:23am
May 4, 2012
OUR VIEW: Make an exception to road naming for our vets
The decision facing the state Transportation Commission isn't an easy one. In the past, the commission decided it would no longer allow segments...
May 4, 2012 - 8:21am
April 5, 2012
OUR VIEW: Changing open enrollment may deny kids opportunities
It's rare that we succumb to the phrase "student-athlete." Some institutions insist upon using it, but we rarely do, considering it repetitive. After all, everybody knows all athletes in high school and college are, indeed, students. Today, however, that phrase comes to mind as we...
April 5, 2012 - 8:25am
April 3, 2012
OUR VIEW: City Council grants too much weight to words of few citizens
Alcohol can't be consumed on sidewalks outside of restaurants, the City Council has declared. In the end, we shrug and figure this isn't a hill worth fighting for. To use another cliché, there are bigger fish to fry. Yet it doesn't mean we weren't scratching our heads after the...
April 3, 2012 - 4:53pm
March 27, 2012
OUR VIEW: Santorum looks bad after spat with New York Times reporter
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is either grandstanding or beginning to lose his composure. Santorum made headlines over...
March 27, 2012 - 8:03am
February 14, 2012
OUR VIEW: Year off from road issue OK, but resume fight in 2013
Mike Vehle hasn't given up his quest to raise money to improve South Dakota's roads. He just figures the time isn't right to push it, after some...
February 14, 2012 - 10:22am
November 8, 2011
OUR VIEW: County commission should have waited to complain about Midco
We aren't here to get between two Internet/cable TV providers who are vying for customers in Mitchell. The rivalry between Midcontinent Communications...
November 8, 2011 - 9:36pm
August 18, 2011
OTHER VIEW: Pawlenty campaign blown out
Tim Pawlenty's presidential bid never caught fire because -- not to put too fine a point on it -- he's not a fiery guy. The former Minnesota governor was among the first to jump into the Republican presidential sweepstakes pool. On Sunday, he was the first to get out. His distant...
August 18, 2011 - 12:11am
July 14, 2011
OUR VIEW: Time to make tough choices on taxes
As a legislative committee seeks ways to raise money for the state through erasure of certain sales-tax exemptions, we wish them luck and encourage state lawmakers to have the guts to make hard decisions. South Dakota has a laundry list of business types and transactions that are...
July 14, 2011 - 12:03am
July 13, 2011
OUR VIEW: Meatpacking industry cannot seem to play by rules in SD
As memories of our own environmental debacle still linger here in Mitchell, South Dakotans may be seeing another blatant case of pollution of the people's property. The John Morrell meatpacking plant in Sioux Falls is under investigation from state and federal officials for alleged...
July 13, 2011 - 3:00am
July 12, 2011
OUR VIEW: Look to Brookings for example
In Mitchell, our city, county, state and federal government offices are seemingly scattered to the four winds. There's the Davison County Courthouse, City Hall, the city Public Safety Building, the county Public Safety Center, the state Highway Patrol squad office, the city...
July 12, 2011 - 6:19am
July 11, 2011
OUR VIEW: Week in review: The best, worst
HISSES to the news that South Dakotans are among the most obese citizens of the United States. A report released last week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranked South Dakota No. 17, up nine places from where the state sat two decades ago. Back in 1990, the study showed that...
July 11, 2011 - 6:14am