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Do you hear the people sing? If not, you can -- tickets for "Les Miserables" are now available online. Show dates for the acclaimed novel turned Broadway hit turned film are at 7:30 p.m. March 21-22 and 28-29, and at 2 p.m. March 23 and 30. Tickets are $10, general admission. The website is www2.dwu.edu/webstore/events/theatre/LesMiserables.aspx. According to the website, tickets will be held for the buyer at the performance. It asks attendees to arrive 20 minutes before show time.
Maybe they should call it Pink Friday. Just like the Christmas season spells ringing phones, extra help and long hours for retailers, there's another day that brings much of the same for florists: Valentine's Day. "Valentine's Day is our biggest holiday of the season," said Dick Anderson, co-owner of Cherrybee's Floral and Gifts on Mitchell's Main Street.
Tracy Pardy has a word to describe Gala 2014: “Fabulous.” The Avera Queen of Peace Foundation director said initial estimates are showing last week’s fundraiser for the foundation, themed The...
Bobbie Clark received the George McGovern Service Award Monday night during Mitchell Main Street and Beyond's annual banquet. Steve Clarke received the Heritage Award, while Michelle White and Dave Brooks...
Carrie English, Board President of Mitchell Main Street and Beyond, delivered her State of Main Street address Monday night during MMS&B's annual banquet at Cornerstone Coffee House.
No matter what type of song or album, there's an unmistakable sound that Diamond Rio creates. The country music mainstays will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Tickets are sold out for this year's Avera Queen of Peace Foundation Gala. "I wish, I wish, I wish it would be unlimited so that everyone who wanted to enjoy it could," Foundation Director Tracy Pardy said. "But we can only hold so many people in the room."
Shawn Petersen can still remember the schedule of The Rink, from Monday’s private party night to the open skate nights on Saturdays and Sundays. “We were there pretty much every...
The South Dakota premiere of the documentary"Why We Ride," about the history, culture and community of motorcycles and the people who ride them, was held Thursday in Mitchell. The event...