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GF&P plans stiffer response to aquatic invasive species
Davison Co. to consider elected officials wages at Tuesday meeting
Sanborn reconstruction could close street for 142 days
ASTROBOB: Voyager 1 Fires Thrusters After 37 Years, Gets New Lease On Life
Wildfire burns beloved burros in South Dakota's Custer park
South Dakota's decor destination: Bonnie's DeKor
Bitcoin’s future as a digital currency will depend on consumer confidence
Give back by helping to feed the people around you
Avera president and CEO announces retirement
Telemedicine 'the answer' for substance abuse services in SD
place a business brief
AgweekTV: Food Blogger Makes It Big
Give back by helping to feed the people around you
Soybean spokesman: Tripp's Reiner appointed to national board
South Dakota processing plant receives forbearance on rent
10 gift ideas for the farm families on your Christmas list
Marlin girls win two more over Rushmore
Area wrestling roundup: KWLPG takes second at Titan Invite
MCS girls outlast Wessington Springs
Defense leads MCS boys over Spartans
Stevens pulls away from Mitchell boys in second half
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Tips to keep trim this holiday season
Mitchell Food Pantry feeds the community
Wizards of Winter to take fans on musical journey
Arnold "Tex" Eitemiller
Mary Jane Dickinson
Dona L. Johnson
Retail curtails my workout at the mall
Children remind us to breathe despite worry
LETTER: No matter the US president, they deserve our support
LETTER: Analyzing a history of abuse
LETTER: Challenging the EPA
Resort workers keep Lake of the Woods winter fishing industry running smoothly
Wiltz: Protecting the right to hunt
‘That evening hunt — that was worth the whole trip’
BRAD DOKKEN: Despite no deer, muzzleloader hunt offers more fun than frustration
ALWAYS IN SEASON: Another winter woodpecker shows itself
Leland and Wilma Triebwasser
December 8, 2017
Alaska just reported one of the most extreme snowfall rates on record: 10 inches per hour
Imagine going into a movie theater to check out the latest science fiction flick and there is not a single flake of snow on the ground. A couple...
December 8, 2017 - 12:41pm
December 6, 2017
OPINION: Do you head for the hills during the winter?
When I was a young boy, the snow and wind two days ago, the first of the winter season for many of us, would have had me jumping up and down...
December 6, 2017 - 8:01am
December 4, 2017
Mitchell School District 1 hour late Tuesday
Due to wintery weather, Mitchell School District schools and John Paul II open one hour late Tuesday. A blast of winter rolled through South...
December 4, 2017 - 9:02pm
Storm brings minor crashes, whiteout conditions
Monday's snowstorm brought rugged driving conditions across the region. Sheriff's offices reported low visibility and dozens of vehicles sliding...
December 4, 2017 - 8:43pm
Winter-like weather arrives with a bang in Midwest states
SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Blizzard warnings were posted on Monday for portions of Minnesota and the Dakotas as winter-like weather was set to collide...
December 4, 2017 - 2:55pm
City plans snow removal in anticipation of storm
Bring out the plows. The city of Mitchell is notifying residents there will be snow removal in District A at 11 p.m. today. Snow will be removed from downtown in preparation of the Parade of Lights, which begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday. In anticipation of the snowstorm, the city is asking...
December 4, 2017 - 11:56am
December 3, 2017
Winter storm to bring 2-4 inches, blizzard conditions
Monday will feel like more traditional December weather with a chance of 2 to 4 inches of snow expected by the end of the day. Early morning...
December 3, 2017 - 6:46pm
December 2, 2017
AgweekTV: How to get the most out of ag auctions
Auctions are a good place to pick up used equipment. AgweekTV headed to AgIron in West Fargo and met up with Scott Steffes with the Steffes Group...
December 2, 2017 - 8:30am
November 28, 2017
Record-breaking temperatures hit Mitchell
It was a good day to get yard work finished or decorate the house with holiday lights. A record high of 72 degrees made for an usually warm end...
November 28, 2017 - 8:29am
July 31, 2013
Storms force some from homes in Rosebud
ROSEBUD (AP) -- Severe thunderstorms brought hail, strong winds and heavy rain to parts of South Dakota, forcing some residents from their homes. The National Weather Service says flash flooding late Tuesday inundated roads in the Rosebud Indian Reservation area. KELO-TV reports...
July 31, 2013 - 8:22am
July 30, 2013
Stump removal next step in Sioux Falls cleanup
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- The next step in a massive cleanup effort in Sioux Falls following a three-day ice and snow storm in April will involve removing tree stumps from boulevards. The city through its "Operation Timber Strike" program cut down nearly 1,000 damaged trees on boulevards...
July 30, 2013 - 1:25pm
Some northern SD crops hit by hail storm
Farmers in northern South Dakota started planting on schedule this past spring, but a hail storm affected some of those crops. Larry Cook is a partner in L&O Acres of Westport, with Greg Odde. The two have been friends since growing up in the Wahpeton, N.D., area. Odde's sons, Kirby...
July 30, 2013 - 7:25am
July 29, 2013
109-year-old weather record falls
Air conditioners are resting easier this July. Saturday morning, a 109-year-old record for Mitchell's low July 27 temperature fell when 45 degrees was recorded by the National Weather Service. The previous record of 46 was set in 1904. It got even cooler on Sunday morning, dropping...
July 29, 2013 - 6:26pm
July 27, 2013
Cool weather expected to last over the weekend
If it felt cool on Friday, that's because it was -- for July. Mark Chenard, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls, said Friday's high temperature in Mitchell was 72, 14 degrees below the normal high of 86. It's not quite record-breaking, as the record...
July 27, 2013 - 8:45am
July 24, 2013
OPINION: Why don't US farmers believe in climate change?
If there's one thing U.S. farmers can count on, it's bad weather, and perhaps as a result, many of them don't think humanity is to blame for the long-term shifts in weather patterns known as climate change. But even though agriculture is a major contributor to global warming, it may...
July 24, 2013 - 7:05am