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From sports to spring plays, Mitchell community attends events of all kinds
Students vie for prizes in welding contest
'Sidewalk to nowhere'
Platte's Bentz honored as SD's Doctor of the Year
Missing person located in Minnesota
McDonald's vows 'modern' makeover amid U.S. sales struggle
AgweekTV: Learning about Lamancha goats
Recent rains could improve outlook for Texas cattle herds
Dry winter rolls into spring - 'It's going to get worse'
AgweekTV: Calving season underway with favorable spring weather
SD legislative budget committee adopts revenue estimates
A go-to player in big-game moments
Fitzgerald dominating on mound for DWU baseball
Mitchell youth wrestlers set out for state titles
Vikings, Greenway working to restructure contract
This weekend's sports schedule
Couple wed in November ceremony
Former Stickney woman turns 100
Corsica man celebrates 90th
Stickney man celebrates 85th
Area woman turns 107 years old
Lawrence "Larry" Hauser
Richard J. Doty
Daniel James Nagel, Sr.
Larry G. Cool
Verina E. Tiede
Where's the funding for education, teachers?
God's word is clear and the truth
LETTER: Keystone XL has multiple benefits
Sub-minimum wage bill unfair
Student visits to prisons will help crime problem
Plans to stock Atlantic salmon in Lake Oahe delayed
Rapid City businessman pushes for more Black Hills walleyes
Elk, mountain goat seasons up for debate at GFP meeting
Local Pheasant Forever chapter hosting 30th annual seed giveaway
What's the deal with discounted Rapala fishing lures?
March 27, 2015
Blasts of black hole winds may cut off galactic star formation
Galaxies may be more heavily influenced by the black holes inside them than previously thought. New research indicates that supermassive black holes can blast gas and dust out of their host galaxies. In fact, the black hole blowhards can eject so much of a galaxy's star-building materials...
news / nation
March 27, 2015 - 1:52pm
Watertown tech school gets $500,000 NASA grant
RAPID CITY (AP) — The South Dakota Space Grant Consortium has been awarded $500,000 by NASA. The grant will be used by the consortium, located at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, to increase engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)...
news / state
August 27, 2014 - 10:42pm
April 23, 2014
MILBANK: Lost in space budgeting
By Dana Milbank WASHINGTON -- NASA just confirmed what sci-fi enthusiasts have known all along: There are other civilizations out there. This bombshell was dropped Tuesday by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden at the Humans 2 Mars Summit in Foggy Bottom. "Here in the Western...
opinion / columns
April 23, 2014 - 9:54pm
February 13, 2014
EROS notes satellite launch anniversary
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — The EROS Center north of Sioux Falls is celebrating a year of success of Landsat 8. NASA launched the Earth-observing satellite into space from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base one year ago Tuesday. The U.S. Geological Survey’s Earth Resources...
news / state
February 13, 2014 - 7:15am
November 7, 2013
OPINION: Searching galaxy for alien life just got a bit easier
By Bloomberg News “Where is everybody?” Enrico Fermi famously asked 63 years ago. His question was cosmic: Our modest little eight-planet solar system is part of the Milky Way, which has at least 100 billion stars. The Milky Way, in turn, is one galaxy among 100 billion or...
opinion / editorials
November 7, 2013 - 8:29pm
August 9, 2013
Lunar artifacts: What goes up may not come down
Hundreds of man-made objects are kicking around on the lunar surface, left by astronauts from several different countries. The urine collection assemblies and bodily waste devices worn by astronauts might not tempt you as souvenirs, but there's plenty of other stuff up there --EMDASH--...
August 9, 2013 - 9:06pm
June 18, 2013
Groups discuss Landsat 8 in Sioux Falls
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Nearly 120 scientists and engineers from around the world are meeting in Sioux Falls this week to discuss operational and technical issues regarding the new Landsat 8 satellite. The EROS Center north of Sioux Falls collects, archives and makes available for download...
news / state
June 18, 2013 - 11:28am
December 7, 2011
Newest planet may be candidate for life
The search for Earth-like planets circling other stars is heating up, but the latest discovery is not too hot at all. It's not too cold, eit...
news / life
December 7, 2011 - 6:44am