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A late-night Tuesday fire in a Mitchell apartment has been deemed accidental, authorities said. The Mitchell Fire Division released Wednesday that an apartment at 1700 N. Wisconsin St., occupied by...
Steve and Verla Vlieger will never get back on a motorcycle. “We’ve had 37 years of fun,” Verla said in a recent interview. The Vliegers were seriously injured in a...
WOONSOCKET -- Sanborn County Sheriff's Office located a mother and son Monday afternoon after they had been reported missing since Sunday. Sheila Willman, 77, and her son, Brian Beem, 53, of Woonsocket, were found safe at a friend's home. The sheriff's office sent a news release Monday afternoon asking for information about their whereabouts. Before she was located on Monday, Willman was last seen at around 7 p.m. Sunday walking around the town's Lake Prior.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- Volunteers. Survivors.
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PLANKINTON - Vern Leftwich needed an ambulance badly on Father's Day. His hemoglobin was so low that he was seeing double and almost passed out. "I couldn't walk or anything without falling over," Leftwich said in a recent interview with The Daily Republic.
A report of electricity theft led to three arrests for a meth lab in a Mitchell apartment building. Susan Angela Normile, 20, and Donald Dale Kindt, 39, were living together...
A report of electricity theft led to three arrests for a meth lab in a Mitchell apartment building. Susan Angela Normile, 20, and Donald Dale Kindt, 39, were living together at 814 N. Winsor, Apartment No. 11, with a 1-year-old child. On Monday, law enforcement found several containers used to manufacture methamphetamine, according to a Tuesday press release from the Mitchell Police Division. "Normile and Kindt had their electricity shut off prior to yesterday," Detective Lt. Don Everson said Tuesday afternoon.
CHAMBERLAIN — A 54-year-old man was taken from the Brule County Courthouse courtroom Tuesday morning after suffering a stroke. Myron Walters Ziegler is the maternal grandfather of Mason Naser, the...
CHAMBERLAIN -- A Gann Valley woman convicted of killing a 4-year-old boy in 2013 will spend at least the next 65 years in prison. Donika Gonzales, 23, was sentenced Tuesday for beating to death Mason Naser in February 2013. She entered the courtroom handcuffed and in plain clothes, her expression stoic. Judge Bruce Anderson sentenced her to 130 years in prison for first-degree manslaughter and 15 years in prison for aggravated assault. Judge Anderson said Gonzales must serve half of her sentence before becoming eligible for parole.