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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?
April 8, 2014
PHOTOS: Learning Vietnam history
Medal of Honor recipient Michael Fitzmaurice talked to Sean Flynn's Korean and Vietnam War history class at DWU Monday.
April 8, 2014 - 11:18am
January 24, 2013
Service members from Vietnam War might get state 'working holiday'
PIERRE -- Starting next year, March 30 could be a working holiday in South Dakota called Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day. A contingent...
news / state
January 24, 2013 - 6:50am
November 10, 2012
Sobriety, respect finally arrive for Vietnam vet
PARKSTON -- Jerry Triebwasser never wanted the glory. "I just wanted to get out of there," he said. "I didn't care about medals." The Parkston native said when he was first wounded in Vietnam, an officer brought two Purple Hearts to his bedside at an Army hospital. He had them...
November 10, 2012 - 10:59am
April 21, 2012
Book chronicles local Vietnam vet's journey to healing
It was a lifetime ago that Deono Miller opened his mailbox and read a letter that would change his life forever. Now a retired farmer living south of Mitchell, Miller, 63, remembers the date: March 26, 1968. Up to then he was a shy, gangling teen who grew up on a farm near Olivet...
April 21, 2012 - 8:21am
November 8, 2011
WOSTER: Words on the Wall are more than just names
I've been to Washington, D.C., just once in my life, and my tour guide packed so much stuff into the couple of days I was in town that I didn't...
opinion / columns
November 8, 2011 - 9:41pm
August 16, 2011
OPINION: McGovern and not-perfect Mark Hatfield were right about Vietnam
Mark Hatfield, 89, who died last weekend in his native Oregon, was the first Christian politician I recall meeting in Washington, which is to say he did more than keep a Bible on his desk. He sought to keep its words and teachings and its main "Character" in his heart. When...
opinion / columns
August 16, 2011 - 6:39am
August 13, 2011
'True American hero' throws first pitch at teener tournament
MOUNT VERNON -- An explosion from the ammo dump lit up the pitch-black Vietnam sky like a Fourth of July celebration back in the States. The...
sports / news
August 13, 2011 - 12:18am
February 12, 2010
Vietnam veterans to gather in Mitchell
It's been a few years since Lance Carson has hosted a reunion in Mitchell for Vietnam War veterans, but he said popular demand convinced him to once again take the reins. "A bunch of guys got together and cornered me one night," Carson said.
news / local / state
February 12, 2010 - 8:06am
July 10, 2009
Opinion: Apogee of former defense secretary's life was the '60s
WASHINGTON -- The death of Robert McNamara at 93 was less a faint reverberation of a receding era than a reminder that mentalities are the defining attributes of eras, and certain American mentalities recur with, it sometimes seems, metronomic regularity. McNamara came to Washington...
July 10, 2009 - 12:00am