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The Mitchell City Council plans to vote at its next regular meeting on a proposed increase of the sewer and water rates charged in the city. The increase would raise the usage rate for water by 30 cents, to $3 per 100 cubic foot unit. It would also increase the usage rate for sewer by $1.05, to $2.95 per 100 cubic foot unit.
A wall inside the Corn Palace will be taken out to give visitors a better view once the ongoing renovation of the city-owned arena and tourist attraction is complete. Mitchell's City Council approved the removal of the wall during a regular meeting Monday night in Council Chambers at City Hall.
After more than a year of construction and all of the noises that came with it, peace and quiet has returned to the Mitchell Public Library. The major construction needed...
MENNO/FULTON -- A fire destroyed a home near Fulton shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday, only a few hours after another home was damaged by a fire in Menno. No one...
The Mitchell City Council will again consider a possible increase of the sewer and water rates charged in the city next year during a meeting tonight. The agenda includes a 5:45 p.m. Sidewalk Committee meeting, a 6 p.m. Public Works Committee meeting, a 6:20 p.m. Public Properties Committee meeting, a 7:20 p.m. Finance Committee meeting and 7:30 p.m. council meeting, all in Council Chambers at City Hall, 612 N. Main St. The increase set to be considered by the council tonight would raise the the usage rate for water by 15 cents, to $2.85 per 100 cubic foot unit.
It might be warm Friday and Saturday, but don’t get used to it. The forecast Saturday calls for a high near 50 degrees in Mitchell, but the temperature is expected...
The sun was barely above the horizon, but the smell of Thanksgiving was already heavy in the air inside the kitchen at Mitchell Wesleyan Church The aromas wafted from roasters...
HOWARD -- Students cheered and sang along to Queen's "We are the Champions" on Tuesday as Howard Elementary celebrated being named a National Blue Ribbon School. Chris Noid, the school's principal, told the nearly 200 students gathered for the celebration to always give their best and to set goals for their future. "If you do that, I really believe you can achieve what you want to do," Noid said The U.S. Department of Education named this year's National Blue Ribbon Schools in October, with 337 schools recognized nationwide, including four in South Dakota.
It has been nearly six months since a multimillion dollar renovation of the Corn Palace began, but much the work is still hard to see from outside the brick-and-mural facade of the building. Inside, though, work on the city-owned arena and tourist attraction continues on a nearly daily basis as the expected completion date for the project, April 3, draws closer.