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Mitchell School District schools, Mitchell Christian, John Paul II Elementary and Mitchell Technical Institute are closed Tuesday due to weather. Mitchell Christian's Early Learning Center is open. Mitchell is forecasted...
Longtime Dakota Wesleyan University professor Pam Boline died on Monday, school officials confirmed. Boline, 59, served as an associate professor and chair of the human services department at DWU as...
WAGNER — A woman was arrested in connection to a September theft of an automotive repair shop in Wagner. Tara Smejkal, 36, of Wagner, was arrested in November and charged with grand theft, burglary and accessory to a felony for her role in an alleged theft of Weisser's Oil on Sept.
WAGNER — A Wagner man was arrested and charged with DUI, which would be his fifth drunken driving offense, if convicted. Robert Eddy, 56, was arrested on Nov. 20 outside his home in Wagner by a Wagner police officer. Before pulling Eddy over, the officer discovered Eddy's license was revoked. After Eddy stopped at his Wagner home, the officer performed a field-sobriety test and administered a preliminary breath test, which allegedly revealed a blood-alcohol content of 0.11 percent.
It’s a snow day. Superintendent Joe Graves said that all Mitchell School District Schools and John Paul II Elementary will be closing at 1:45 p.m. today. Mitchell Christian will also...
ARTESIAN—A one-vehicle crash resulted in the death of a 62-year old man in Artesian on Friday. The driver lost control of his 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer at 7:45 p.m., which caused the vehicle to roll and hit an electrical pole. The driver, whose name has not been released until his family is notified, was pronounced dead at the scene. The fatal crash occurred as Highway 34 about five miles west of Artesian.
Mitchell's attorney has filed an expert disclosure in a lawsuit brought against the city and former Mayor Ken Tracy. Tracy and the city of Mitchell's attorney, Lisa Marso, filed a vocational assessment on Steven Koch, who filed a complaint against the city and Tracy on five counts of illegal activity, including breach of contract and defamation. Koch, who was in line to replace Mark Schilling as Corn Palace director in October 2014, claims he started his employment as a city official on Oct. 31. But when he arrived at work, Koch claims Tracy asked him to withdraw his name from the position.
Evelyn Livingston, Mitchell, formerly of Stickney, will celebrate her 95th birthday on Monday, Dec. 7. A card shower is requested. Greetings may be sent c/o Firesteel Healthcare, 1120 E. Seventh Ave., Mitchell, S.D., 57301.
SPENCER — Arnold and Zina Scheuren, Spencer, will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary today. A card shower is requested. Greetings may be sent to 110 E. Seventh St., Spencer, S.D., 57374.