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CHAMBERLAIN — No one was injured when a man drove through the front of a Chamberlain bank on Monday. The Chamberlain Police Department is investigating an incident in which a 46-year-old man drove a 2008 Ford F150 through a portion of the Great Western Bank on Monday afternoon. No charges are currently pending against the driver in relation to the 12:59 p.m. crash. According to the Chamberlain Police Department, half of the vehicle ended up parked in the bank, which is located on King Avenue.
Here's what you need to know heading in Monday: 1. Of 194 riders in Mitchell's Tour de Corn this weekend, one cyclist stands out — a 67-year=old cancer survivor.
FREEMAN — A female juvenile was injured in a Friday afternoon crash near Freeman. At approximately 2 p.m. Friday, 19-year-old Christopher Leatherman, driving a 2002 Honda Civic, was traveling east on Highway 18, west of 440th Avenue.
The Davison County Commission will use its regular Tuesday meeting to continue building a 2018 budget. The five-person board is scheduled to spend 80 minutes on budget talks during its 9 a.m. meeting Tuesday at the Davison County North Offices. The commission has regularly set aside time to discuss the budget at most meetings throughout the summer. Last year, while working on the 2017 budget, the board approved the final $12.218 million budget in September. Other business The commission is scheduled to discuss the following items:
SALEM — Two Illinois residents sustained serious injuries in a Sunday morning crash north of Salem. At approximately 9:15 a.m., a 57-year-old man driving a 2012 Honda motorcycle and his passenger, a 50-year-old woman, were traveling west on Interstate 90, near mile marker 364, when a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee attempted to merge onto the interstate. The two vehicles collided when the Jeep crossed in front of the motorcycle, according to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety.
The following cases were disposed in Davison County Magistrate Court between July 17 through July 31. • Terrance Tyler Gonzales, 28, Chamberlain, renewal registration during assigned month; $54 fine; $66 costs; no driver's license; $54 fine; $66 costs. • Aja Mae McDaniel, 19, Mitchell; obey traffic device unless directed by policeman, $54 fine; $66 costs. • Corey Joe Handrahan, 38, Mitchell; no driver's license; $54 fie; $66 costs. • Dylan James Hart, 23, Letcher; speeding on other roadways, $39 fine; $66 costs.
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Presho RAIDER LIVE TO CONTINUE BROADCASTS: Lyman School District activities will continue broadcasts of activities through Sports Ticket Live, LLC for the 2017-18 school year, and the school can expect to make money by doing so. In its third year of broadcasts, Raider Live has generated enough money through advertisements and sponsorships to cover costs associated with creating the services through Sports Ticket Live, and the school will make approximately $2,500 this year.
Two juveniles were injured when they were struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon on Main Street in Mitchell. The juveniles were riding on one bicycle, with one operating and one standing on front-end pegs, and began to cross Main Street at 12:45 p.m. near the intersection with Third Avenue. As they were crossing, the bike was struck by a vehicle operated by an adult male traveling north at the intersection, according to Mitchell Police Sgt. Joel Reinesch.
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LifeQuest held its 32nd annual dinner meeting Thursday, honoring employees and board members. One employee, Carol Schoenfelder, was the lone staff member celebrating 30 years. She is a direct support professional for Career Connections at LifeQuest.