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Avera hosts first-time breast cancer prevention event
Parkston hosts mock car crash to highlight the dangers of distracted driving
Jury selection begins for child-murder trial
Avera Queen of Peace Foundation names new director
Hungry Dog owners attempt to ‘move on’ from drug charges
Davison County receives Gold Level award
Samsung scraps Galaxy Note 7 over fire concerns
CorTrust Bank ALM Community Foundation awards grants
Bass Pro Shops hooks Cabela's in $5.5 billion deal
AgweekTV: Ethanol Plant Tour
Soybean yields slightly down in 2016 after record 2015
SD corn yields below record highs forecasted nationwide
New SDSU Swine Unit opens with dedication
Regents working with governor on a major research centers plan
GUEBERT: Little hope for farm bill.
Week of Oct. 24 South Dakota Sportswriters Association polls
Prep football playoffs: 18 area football teams, 12 games open up postseason today
Kernels dispatch Pierre in three sets
Athlete of the week: Dominguez running the show in Chamberlain
Area high school volleyball roundup: Jaguars outlast Golden Eagles
Parkston man marks 90th birthday
Mitchell man marks 85th birthday
Mitchell woman celebrates 80th birthday
Former Mitchell man celebrates 80th birthday
Parkston woman celebrates 90th birthday
Roland "Rollie" Benson
Albertine "Tina" Anderst
Jean A. Geyerman
Ellen M. Hoffman
Joseph J. Turnis
Mastering a foreign language
Human trafficking in our backyard
OPINION: This time for president, none of the above
Trump term-limit plan would be popular here
OUR VIEW: Hisses and cheers
GFP offers refunds on archery, youth and muzzleloader deer licenses
Mitchell native brings SDWF, Hunting Film Tour to town
The best of Wiltz: Nightmare on Erika Street
Captive pheasants make up one-fifth or more of SD harvest
GFP Commission refuses to break state laws over non-resident waterfowl hunting licenses
March 3, 2014
OUR VIEW: Threat of costly legal fight means open records not truly open
The Daily Republic has won a prestigious national award for its recent efforts in the name of government openness. We've documented it quite...
March 3, 2014 - 8:18pm
Tupper promoted to Daily Republic publisher
Seth Tupper will succeed Korrie Wenzel as publisher of The Daily Republic. Wenzel will leave the newspaper after March 14 to become publisher...
March 3, 2014 - 6:28pm
February 25, 2014
Daily Republic wins national award
The Daily Republic has been named the first recipient of the Public Notice Resource Center’s national Public Notice Journalism Award. The newspaper is recognized for a series inaugurated by an alert reader who spotted a payment by the Huron School District in a public notice....
February 25, 2014 - 11:51am
February 8, 2014
LETTER: Poor picture of Big Brothers Big Sisters event
To the Editor: My name is Teresa Hart. I am the board president for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mitchell Area. I speak on behalf of our board when I say how completely disappointed we were with The Daily Republic and the coverage of our recent fundraiser, the Winter Escape...
February 8, 2014 - 10:05pm
January 28, 2014
Court sides with newspaper on food stamp data
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — A panel of federal appeals court judges says the Argus Leader newspaper can pursue data on how much retailers in the state receive from taxpayers through the food stamp program. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed a September decision...
January 28, 2014 - 2:34pm
January 20, 2014
Newspaper association seeks open government advocates for Eagle Award
The South Dakota Newspaper Association is accepting nominees for the 2014 SDNA Eagle Award. Established in 2002, this award is given to recognize an individual, group or organization that has demonstrated outstanding efforts to protect and enhance openness in government. “As...
January 20, 2014 - 5:10pm
January 11, 2014
LETTER: Newspaper continues to drag people through mud
To the Editor: Does the Mitchell Daily Republic get a kick out of constantly dragging people down? Over the last several months I have lost more and more desire to even receive this paper. When my nephew Landon Bueber died the newspaper reporter came to the funeral and was a...
January 11, 2014 - 8:22pm
January 1, 2014
OUR VIEW: Leaders need to educate others about transparency
We’d been feeling pretty good lately about the degree to which South Dakota’s government has opened up. Law changes in recent years, including...
January 1, 2014 - 7:35pm
December 27, 2013
WOSTER: On anniversary, still haunted by questions about Wounded Knee
Sunday is the anniversary of the massacre at Wounded Knee. At least 150 Lakota children, women and men and probably many more died under the guns of the 7th Cavalry in that bloody incident on Dec. 29, 1890. Think of that. South Dakota had been a state for more than a year. We...
December 27, 2013 - 7:56pm
Most-viewed Daily Republic web content of 2013
Listed below are the most viewed pieces of content during 2013 on The Daily Republic’s website, mitchellrepublic.com. Unfortunately, because of the newspaper’s conversion to a new online format in late July, statistics are not available for content posted prior to that time....
December 27, 2013 - 4:52pm
December 26, 2013
Forum Communications to buy Minnesota papers
Daily Republic parent company expands reach in Upper Midwest.
December 26, 2013 - 4:57pm
December 21, 2013
PHOTO GALLERY: Daily Republic 2013 photos of the year
Here are some of the year’s most compelling and memorable images taken and compiled by Daily Republic news staffers and photographers. Check...
December 21, 2013 - 10:33am
December 17, 2013
ABC asks judge to throw out 'pink slime' lawsuit
By Dirk Lamers ELK POINT (AP) — A lawyer for ABC on Tuesday asked a circuit judge to throw out a defamation lawsuit related to its coverage...
December 17, 2013 - 11:11pm
December 8, 2013
OPINION: Allow all media access to Benda case files
The death of Richard Benda, former secretary of tourism and state development, might have been a routine investigation except for his involvement in an investment program that included foreign investors receiving federal immigration visas. Benda was apparently hunting near Lake...
December 8, 2013 - 12:50pm
December 4, 2013
WENZEL: Mother Nature, Murphy’s Law keep B section out of Wednesday paper
In the movie “127 Hours,” actor James Franco portrays a lone hiker who slips while hiking and lodges his hand among boulders. After five days trapped in the wilderness, he cuts off his hand to save his life. That movie is based on a true story, by the way. It actually happened...
December 4, 2013 - 8:41pm