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Amanda DeJong and Tyler Leighton announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Dennis and Blanche DeJong, Avon; and Joe and Julie Walter, Howard; and Brian and Kelli Leighton, Madison. Amanda is a 2011 graduate of South Dakota State University. She is a real estate appraiser for Farm Credit Services of America. Tyler is a 2007 graduate of SDSU and is a crop insurance specialist with Farm Credit Services of America. A July 19 wedding is planned in Mitchell.
SALEM -- Harley and Connie Wubben, Salem, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Lynn, to Tate Edward Hayford, son of Dale and Sydni Hayford, Spearfish. Jennifer works for South Dakota Social Services in Deadwood. Tate is an animal control officer for the city of Spearfish. A June 7 wedding is planned.
The following list includes the year the auditorium was built or last renovated and the number of seats for each of the schools in the Eastern South Dakota Conference. Year Seats Aberdeen 2004 720 Brandon Valley 1999 800 Brookings 2011 525 Harrisburg 2009 710 Huron 2009 880 Mitchell 1962 608 Pierre 1984 1,000 Watertown 1962 950 Yankton 1995 974
For the 15th consecutive year at Mitchell Technical Institute, the school has awarded its Spirit of MTI award. Selected by the faculty of MTI, the award recognizes one student graduating from each program.
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Parkston CITY AIRPORT WINS STATE AWARD: The Parkston Municipal Airport won the award for Best Maintained Small General Aviation Airport in the state at the recent South Dakota Airports Conference in Spearfish. Brenda Huether, the city's finance officer and airport manager, said the conference was eye-opening and a good learning experience in her first trip to the event.
The South Dakota Wing of the Civil Air Patrol recently recognized eight members from across the state and region for their outstanding achievements during 2013. Cadet of the Year -- Cadet Maj. Brandon West, Brandon. Col. Bud Payton Public Affairs Officer of the Year -- Maj. Bruce Kipp, Sioux Falls. Communicator of the Year-- Lt. Col. Richard Larson, Sioux Falls. John V. "Jack" Sorenson Cadet Programs Officer of the Year -- Maj. Justin Johnson, Marion. Operations Officer of the Year -- Capt. Neil Schmid, Sioux Falls. Cadet Programs Officer of the Year -- Capt.
JOHN PAUL II ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Monday — Chicken patty, carrots, banana, milk. Tuesday — Sloppy Joe, assorted chips, baked beans, applesauce, milk. Wednesday — Chicken alfredo, garlic toast, peas, orange, milk. Thursday — Macaroni and cheese, banana bread, broccoli, pears, milk. Friday — Assorted pizza, green beans, fruit, chocolate milk. MITCHELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Monday — Pizza, broccoli, pears, fruit and yogurt parfait. Tuesday — Taco bar, fajita veggie blend, peaches. Wednesday — Cheese omelette bagel, baked breakfast potatoes, grape
Mitchell Technical Institute will close at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 13, so that staff members may attend a special social event. Regular office hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. will resume on Wednesday, May 14.
Here are bankruptcy filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of South Dakota, for May 1 through May 7. Individuals can file Chapter 7 petitions (asking that debts be liquidated); Chapter 12 (a simplified reorganization method for farmers and ranchers whose gross debt does not exceed $1.5 million); and Chapter 13 (a plan to repay some debts in three to five years).
Q: As a veteran and a member of the Lakeview Golf Course, I noticed there are two flag poles at the course but not an American flag flown. There are other veterans who golf at the city-owned course, too. So why isn't there a flag out there? A: The following email response comes from the city of Mitchell's golf and cemetery director, Kevin Thurman. "To ensure that flags are properly maintained, they are taken down for the winter months when the clubhouse is closed. "Intentions were to install a new and taller flagpole in front of the clubhouse to better display the flag.