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House approves bill to keep government open as Senate Democrats threaten to block it
'Big three' governor candidates meet at state tourism convention
A suspected serial killer could be behind 9 deaths - including his mother, Phoenix police say
Kirkegaard gets Senate panel's support for education secretary
Senate panel recommends Guffin, Sly for confirmation
Banker survey suggests economy remains slow in rural areas
Record year for commercial construction in Sioux Falls
Keystone XL pipeline gets enough shipper pledges to proceed
Oil's sustained rise giving oilfield servicers time to prosper
Amazon narrows field for second headquarters location to 20
place a business brief
Dicamba usage on soybean crops expected to double in 2018
ND senator seeks to correct tax law rewarding farmers who sell to cooperatives
Latest South Dakota crop report shows impact of drought
It's your land, but expect a reaction if you anger other aggies
As issues arise, Hoeven studies co-op tax benefit impact
Area basketball roundup: Pirates edge Thunder
TDA tops Mitchell Christian girls
Nighthawks shoot past Golden Eagles
Alexandria family 'went crazy,' in viral Vikings video
Jaguars off to roaring start
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Tips to keep trim this holiday season
Harlan Leroy Smith
Violet Viola Smith
James W. Harley
Melinda J. (Schlaht) Kruse
Clara T. Rasmussen-Clark
OUR VIEW: Slow and steady with Northwoods League
Ted Cruz: Time to put Kim Jong Un on his heels
Commentary: Let's stop obsessing over dirty words
Analysis: Unexpected defeat in rural Wis. special election sets off GOP alarm bells
OPINION: What do you do when disaster seemingly strikes?
Wiltz: A fun trip to the Virgin Islands
Crappies hit early and often for group on lake near Grand Rapids
Wiltz: Wisconsin deer hunting full of problems
Community pulls for Brule, Wis., musher
Wis. 19-year-old is quickly gaining experience and having success in his trapping
Clarence and Marcella Titze
Card Shower to Celebrate 60 Years
December 7, 2017
This fighter pilot flew the last mission over Japan in WWII. Then he learned to love his enemy.
It was Aug. 13, 1945, four days after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Japan had suffered unimaginable destruction, but Emperor Hirohito...
December 7, 2017 - 10:31am
September 1, 2017
Frankfurt to evacuate thousands as huge WWII bomb defused
FRANKFURT - Frankfurt city officials have warned that Germany's financial capital could grind to a halt on Monday, Sept. 4, if residents don't...
September 1, 2017 - 12:45pm
July 14, 2017
Minnesota woman is last who can tell of Nazi concentration camp horrors
MINNEAPOLIS — The Nazi hunters from Germany were midway through a four-hour interview with Judith Meisel when they pulled out a photo of a...
July 14, 2017 - 10:35am
May 8, 2017
Unused dairy ration coupons: What is their story?
I don't remember where or when I got a book of unused dairy ration coupons, just that I've had them a long time. Every time I glance at them...
May 8, 2017 - 6:34am
December 7, 2016
On 75th anniversary, U.S. veterans recall Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
LOS ANGELES/HONOLULU - It has been 75 years, but U.S. Navy veteran James Leavelle can still recall watching with horror as Japanese warplanes...
December 7, 2016 - 9:51am
November 11, 2015
WWII vet: 'Every day there was danger'
Day by day. When Lloyd Kucker was in the Navy, that was his motto. It helped Kucker, 93, of Mitchell, manage while fighting in World War II—although...
November 11, 2015 - 9:47am
June 5, 2015
OPINION: Remember the heroes, no matter what war
As I looked at the calendar for some June dates recently, I noticed in passing that June 6 had no mention of D-Day, the date in 1944 when the Allies crossed the Channel to land at Normandy and begin the end of the European Theater of World War II. "Well, that's odd,'' I thought and...
June 5, 2015 - 11:35am
April 16, 2015
Silver coins worth $50 million recovered from WW2 wreck at record depth
Marine salvage experts have recovered $50 million in silver coins from a ship sunk by a German submarine in 1942 as it was transporting the cash from India to London to help finance Britain's efforts in World War Two. Mauritius-based Deep Ocean Search, the firm in charge of the...
April 16, 2015 - 11:52am
April 1, 2015
Thune visits ship his father served on during World War II
NEW YORK (AP) — South Dakota U.S. Sen. John Thune has made his first visit to the USS Intrepid, the aircraft carrier where his father served in 1944 as a fighter pilot in World War II. Thune said he had an unexpected opportunity on Tuesday to visit the ship while in New York...
April 1, 2015 - 2:48pm
January 5, 2015
Watertown man shares dad's POW journal from WWII
WATERTOWN (AP) — A Watertown man has gifted family members and friends with copies of a journal his father wrote in as a prisoner of war during World War II. With the help of the Codington County Historical Society, Terry Peschl was able to copy, reproduce and distribute the...
January 5, 2015 - 12:53am
February 27, 2014
Almost 70 years after WWII, dozens of Nazi art pieces still in US Army facility
By Michael E. Ruane The Washington Post Army Capt. Gordon W. Gilkey had traced the missing art to a train that left Berlin for the Czech...
February 27, 2014 - 8:43pm
January 18, 2012
Wartime Turkey springs to life in new book by Redfield native, Norbeck staffer
PIERRE -- A young woman from Redfield and the members of high society in Ankara, Turkey, during World War II are not common bedfellows. "Dancing...
January 18, 2012 - 7:10am