The Daily Republic
The Mitchell Police Division said it is investigating a “suspicious object” that’s attached to a street sign in western Mitchell, according to officials. A section of city blocks are coned...
A Mitchell girl came away victorious at the local level in the spelling bee this weekend. Seventh-grader Mary Kelly, of the Kelly Home School, took first place in the Mitchell Local Spelling Bee Saturday. The contest consisted of the first- and second-place winners at each grade level earlier in the competition. Finishing in second place was eighth-grade student Ally Feiner, of Ethan. The honors for third place went to fourth-grader Dawson Studer, of Mitchell's Gertie Belle Rogers Elementary. The event was held Saturday at Dakota Wesleyan University.
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Chamberlain BIDS HIGH FOR SCHOOL'S PROPOSED FINE ARTS CENTER: The proposed fine arts center building project for the Chamberlain School District hit a hurdle Feb. 9, when the district revealed that the project's bids were nearly $1 million over budget. The board voted to reject the bids totaling $8.45 million, which was above the $7.5 million budget previously set.
Girls basketball Bridgewater-Emery 56, Scotland 33 SCOTLAND -- Bridgewater-Emery defeated Scotland in a 56-33 high school girls basketball game on Tuesday in Scotland. Carley Skorepa led Scotland with 13 points...
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Corsica-Stickney PROCESS OF HIRING NEW SUPERINTENDENT BEGINS: The future Corsica-Stickney school district is preparing to hire a new superintendent to lead the school into a new era as a combined district. The Corsica-Stickney Board of Education, which was voted into office in November, met Jan. 14 to go over the district's hiring process for a new superintendent.
LEAGUE: Friday Nite Owls, (1-2) INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCRATCH SCORES: Marlo Arnold Sievert, 212, 235, 195, 642; Will Carlson, 203, 225, 184, 612; Trish Carlson, 204, 219, 157, 580. TEAM HIGH SCORES WITH HANDICAP: Pins Down for What?!, 752, 834, 866, 2,452, Rolling Stones, 779, 879, 785, 2,443; Flaming Balls, 778, 853, 763, 2,394. LEAGUE: 9 Pin, No Tap (1-2) INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCRATCH SCORES: Dale Rice, 218, 237, 257, 712; James Wels, 245, 205, 223, 673; Tanner Jons, 218, 179 222, 619. TEAM HIGH SCORES WITH HANDICAP: 3 Old dogs and a Pup, 858, 885, 987, 2,730; 9-Pin Wizards, 884, 791, 941, 2,616;
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Aurora County RESIDENTS CALL FOR HIGHWAY CHANGES: More than 50 people attended the Dec.
Dakota Wesleyan University decided to call off all classes Thursday after 5 p.m. due to hazardous weather. At this point, the library and food service will remain open.