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Head lice discovered at DWU
Emery couple deliver son while driving to hospital
Helicopter crash still under investigation
Post-apocalyptic 'beaver' thrived after dinosaurs died
Nature thrives in Chernobyl, site of worst nuclear disaster
Volunteers keep Probstfield Farm in Moorhead alive and well
Industrial hemp gains ground
South Dakota ag, wildlife agencies launch habitat initiative
South Dakota corn stocks up 16.5M bushels from last year
South Dakota spring wheat, winter wheat production down
Wednesday's sports schedule
Mitchell finishes 10th at Class AA golf
Mitchell dance takes sixth in hip hop at Brandon Valley Invitational
Mitchell native Miller tabbed for Gators Hall of Fame
DWU to host Red Card Cancer Awareness match for Ohayon
Chef Jess: Squash your dinner plans
Mitchell man celebrates 75th
Area couple to celebrate 50th
Buckets ’N’ Boards opens 2015-16 Concert Series
Mitchell woman celebrates 94th
Debra (Hanson) Fahlberg
Marvin Homer Goehring
Marlin Elmer Schulz
BOOKS: Poetry echoes the life of a slave
OPINION: A double-digit disaster
OPINION: SD needs DUI reform--now
OUR VIEW: Hisses and cheers
OPINION: Patience, perseverance mark Vehle's victories
South Dakota's new one-stop habitat shop
South Dakota annual state park licenses now on sale
Nonresidents excluded from Black Hills mountain lion season
South Dakota opens salmon station for egg collection
Plan would allow nonresident lion hunting in South Dakota
August 18, 2013
OVERWEG: Practice safe driving as school year starts
With school starting in the near future, I would like to remind drivers of several driving-related safety issues. The first area of concern is stop signs. South Dakota law states that a driver must come to a complete stop at a stop sign. We too often cite drivers who come to a stop...
opinion / columns
August 18, 2013 - 4:28pm
January 13, 2011
Armed officers watch Thune event
Sen. John Thune said he enjoys the culture and tradition in South Dakota politics, where people feel free to walk right up to their elected representatives. That...
News / politics / local
January 13, 2011 - 12:21am
October 30, 2010
Halloween safety important, but some say irrational fears abound
Sunday brings the day of ghosts and goblins, candy gorging and all-out youthful fun known as Halloween. But over the years, a holiday that used...
October 30, 2010 - 12:05am
September 11, 2010
Overweg talks about 9/11
Lyndon Overweg, Mitchell chief of public safety, gives a speech Friday at the James Valley Community Center about going to New York to help other...
September 11, 2010 - 12:15am
August 21, 2010
Area counties get $400,779 in Homeland Security cash
Davison County Emergency Management Director Jim Montgomery announced recently that area counties have been awarded $400,779 in federal Department of Homeland Security grants for 2010. Davison County is the lead agency for Region 5, an eight-county area that also includes Aurora,...
August 21, 2010 - 12:10am
July 16, 2010
City seeks grant for problem speeding locations
The top public safety official in Mitchell is awaiting word on a grant that, if received, would allow officers to provide extra time and attention to five areas of the city known for high rates of speeding drivers. "We'll know more in a couple of months," said Lyndon Overweg, Mitchell...
July 16, 2010 - 12:05am
March 24, 2010
Search for missing man to resume
Authorities plan to resume the search today for a man who jumped into the floodwaters of the James River along Shanard Road in an attempt to...
News / local
March 24, 2010 - 8:03am
March 20, 2010
Officials say new rule for dispatchers could cost more money
A new requirement for 911 call centers to have at least two dispatchers on duty has some area officials wondering how they will comply with and pay for it. The requirement will take effect if 911 surcharges are increased by legislators. Because the surcharges have not increased since...
March 20, 2010 - 12:05am
June 5, 2009
Lawmakers: Cell-phone restrictions could be coming to South Dakota
As other states begin passing cell-phone laws, South Dakota lawmakers say they won't be surprised if legislation to ban or limit the use of cellular phones while driving arises again in the next state legislative session. "I do feel that there will be somebody that will bring...
June 5, 2009 - 7:49am