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As she warmed herself after rushing from the frigid waters, her hair still dripping wet, Amanda Gilman found only one word to describe her experience at the Polar Plunge held Saturday in Mitchell. "Cold," she exclaimed, as she stood outside Mitchell's Highland Mall, trying to warm up after taking the plunge in support of Mitchell Special Olympics.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third story in a series about the 1980s in the Mitchell area and the decade's impact on modern life. Further stories will be published periodically in future editions. When Gary Kingsbury knocked on the door in the 1980s, it usually meant the party was over. "The kids were always running, trying to get away," he said.
A lawsuit filed by a losing candidate contesting the results of the June 2012 election for the Mitchell Board of Education has been dismissed. Judge Steven Jensen dismissed the lawsuit filed by Craig Guymon, formerly of Mitchell, on Tuesday after a hearing at the Davison County Courthouse in Mitchell, according to Don Petersen, an attorney with the Morgan Theeler law firm in Mitchell.
Two neighboring businesses are leaving downtown Mitchell for new locations south of Interstate 90. Dakota Scents, currently at 100 W. Fifth Ave., near Main Street, and Dakota Candy Company, currently at 417 N. Main St., have each announced plans to move to a new retail center being built near East Spruce Street, directly north of Menards.
A 17-year-old boy who fled Tuesday from the Davison County Courthouse in Mitchell was chased on foot by police through backyards of nearby homes before being detained. The 17-year-old, whose name is not being released because of his age, fled from the courtroom shortly after 11:30 a.m. after being told he was being taken into custody, according to Mitchell Police Detective Lt. Don Everson.
The transfer of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post's liquor license to a new location downtown was approved by the Mitchell City Council on Monday night at City Hall. The council had voted at its last meeting Jan. 20 to delay a transfer of the VFW's retail on-sale liquor license from its old address, 105 N. Main St., to its new address, 215 N. Main St., after two nearby business owners at the new location objected.
Tronnes replaces Allen in Mitchell's Ward 2.
The proposed transfer of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post’s liquor license to a new location downtown is again on the Mitchell City Council’s agenda tonight. The council agenda...
Foreclosures were down significantly in 2013 in Davison County, continuing a post-recession trend skewed only by an abrupt rise in 2012. The number of lis pendens — a notice given...
Ziegler: New building will install outdoor surveillance cameras.