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Mitchell native has passion for politics
Mount Vernon native Alan Greenway dies
South Dakota farmers plaintiffs in GMO class action lawsuits
Bankruptcies for Dec. 11-17
Fire put out with snow, extinguisher
GUEBERT: The elephant in the pantry
COLUMN: Need to look back before continuing forward
Davison County 4-Hers honored at program
Seeds available for educational garden programs
SDCA urges Vilsack to withdraw second beef checkoff proposal
Kernel boys down Raiders in OT
Miller scores 21 points in first start for Cavs
Vikings take on Dolphins without Barr
Area high school basketball roundup: Skorepa's double-double carries Scotland past Bon Homme
Mitchell Christian boys defeat Andes Central 57-29
Photos from the Oak Ridge Boys' Christmas Tour at the Corn Palace
At the Movies
Mitchell woman celebrates 70th
New books at Mitchell Public Library
Popp birth announcement
William "Bill" Simpson
Adeline M. Sprecher
Eric Lee Haiar
LETTER: Remember Jesus is bigger than we are
LETTER: Does 911 service depend on your family?
LETTER: Want a voice? Participate
LETTERS: Christians stand up for what's right
LETTER: Is this pool a want, or a need?
PHOTO: Ice fishing time
SD accepting applications for wildlife grants
14-year-old catches 23-pound northern pike in SD
WILTZ: A Dakota wildlife paradise
Youth hunters have success
December 18, 2014
Permit denied for SD anti-police brutality march
RAPID CITY (AP) — A police department in South Dakota has denied a permit for a march that organizers say was to protest against police brutality. Rapid City Police Chief Karl Jegeris cited public safety concerns as his reason to reject the application for the march. The rally...
news / state
December 18, 2014 - 12:07am
October 14, 2013
Mount Rushmore site of government shutdown protest
KEYSTONE (AP) — Mount Rushmore National Memorial is reopening, but some people aren't happy about the lack of federal support for the memorial in western South Dakota's Black Hills. National parks have been closed because of the partial government shutdown. South Dakota and several...
news / state
October 14, 2013 - 11:31am
August 13, 2013
Keystone foes protest at State Dept.
WASHINGTON — More than 100 Keystone XL pipeline critics protested outside the State Department for the first time Monday, arguing that the government's analysis of the project is biased and flawed. The protestors were among 70,000 people who pledged online to conduct civil disobedience...
news / nation
August 13, 2013 - 12:56pm
May 3, 2013
Whiteclay protesters vandalize beer truck
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A beer truck in the Nebraska border town of Whiteclay was vandalized by activists who were protesting the town's alcohol stores near the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Two eyewitnesses tell The Associated Press that more than a dozen activists confronted the...
news / state / crime
May 3, 2013 - 8:37pm
December 30, 2012
Protest of Whiteclay beer sales planned on Monday
WHITECLAY, Neb. (AP) -- Another protest over alcohol sales in the Nebraska town of Whiteclay is planned for New Year's Eve. Two Native American groups said Sunday that they will try to prevent alcohol sold in Nebraska from reaching the Pine Ridge reservation where alcohol is banned. The...
December 30, 2012 - 9:32pm
October 15, 2012
Anti-execution groups plan vigil
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Several groups opposed to the death penalty plan to hold a vigil outside of the South Dakota State Penitentiary and in other cities for the planned execution of Eric Robert. Robert pleaded guilty in the murder of correctional officer Ronald "RJ" Johnson and...
news / state / crime
October 15, 2012 - 6:22am
August 28, 2012
5 arrested in Whiteclay protest released
PINE RIDGE (AP) -- Five people arrested after locking arms and blocking a road in the northern Nebraska town of Whiteclay to protest alcohol sales have been released from custody. The five people were released on personal recognizance after agreeing to unlock themselves. The...
news / crime
August 28, 2012 - 7:31am
August 2, 2012
Fast for the Earth launched in Brookings
Wednesday, several hundred people from 13 nations began a "Fast for the Earth." The fast is largely in response to TransCanada's Keystone Pipeline, which transports crude oil from the tar sands in Canada to the United States. Those fasting are opposed to any further extension...
life / state
August 2, 2012 - 7:55am
November 29, 2011
Iranian students storm British Embassy in Tehran
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- Hard-line Iranian students stormed British diplomatic sites in Tehran on Tuesday, bringing down the Union Jack flag, burning an embassy vehicle and throwing documents from windows in scenes reminiscent of the seizing of the U.S. compound in 1979. The mob surged...
November 29, 2011 - 10:30am