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The Mitchell Area Charitable Foundation announces that it is now accepting grant applications, which must be submitted by July 3. The MACF grant guidelines require applications reflect the purposes of...
Calling all dancers. The Mitchell Area Community Theatre needs 20 more dancers, 10 male and 10 female, for its upcoming musical, "The Producers." Mitchell Area Community Theatre Managing Director Megan Reimnitz said no auditions are necessary, and the dance choreography is not difficult. She said the cast is scheduled to have its first read-through on Sunday, and would like to have all dancers cast by June 13.
Robert Freeman, whose retrospective exhibit opens Friday, will be at the Dakota Discovery Museum this afternoon to visit with guests about his life, his work and his summers on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation as a child. Meet the artist between 1 and 4 p.m. today to learn more about his life and work. For more information call 996-2122.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Following ongoing reports of waiting lists, delayed care, and gross mismanagement at Department of Veterans Affairs health care facilities, U.S. Sen.
The Spirit of Dakota Award Society is seeking nominations for their 28th anniversary award presentation and celebration. The recipient of this award will be announced at a banquet on Oct.
A Plankinton native who ran for U.S. Senate was arrested for and charged with perjury and offering a false or forged instrument for filing. Dr. Annette Bosworth, 42, who practices...
Heartland Quilt Guild met at First Lutheran Church on May 3. Meeting was called to order by President Deb DeFries with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Two area people were injured in a three-vehicle accident on Tuesday night near Mitchell, authorities reported. At about 5:30 p.m., a 2005 Ford Taurus and a 2008 Cadillac Escalade were westbound on Highway 38, headed into Mitchell.
Complete results from the McCook Central school bond vote and the McCook Central school board election were not available Tuesday night. Superintendent Dan Swartos said Tuesday night that the school received the 60 percent needed to pass the bond vote for a new middle and high school. Officials needed 444 votes for the bond issue to pass, which Swartos said was received. Official totals were not available because election officials were still hand-counting votes when this edition went to press.
LAKE ANDES -- An area woman appears to have taken a step forward in her bid to become South Dakota's only female sheriff. DesaRae Gravatt was the unofficial winner Tuesday of the Charles Mix County Democratic sheriff's primary race. She received 324 votes, two more votes than her opponent, Gene Niehus. Assuming her slim margin holds up, Gravatt will face current Sheriff Randy Thaler in the general election in November. "It was a very, very close race," Gravatt said.