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Here's five stories we think you need to know heading into the weekend. 1. Women are becoming more interested in becoming firefighters in South Dakota. Meet Tiffany Boehmer, who is Mitchell Fire Department's lone woman firefighter.
Q: Knowing that charges were brought forth in late May against a Mitchell couple allegedly operating an illegal day care at a residence in which a registered sex offender resides, what does the city of Mitchell do to regulate in-home day cares? Are background checks required? A: According to Mitchell City Attorney Justin Johnson, a conditional use permit granted by the Mitchell City Council is required to operate an in-home day care in Mitchell.
Here are the five stories you should know heading into Friday: 1. U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds on Trump: "That's what people elected, they elected this man because he was a Washington, D.C. outsider, he has not been involved in government before."
ALPENA — A Jerauld County man was arrested after allegedly assaulting a woman while wielding a machete. Juan Estrada-Varela, 51, of Alpena, was recently charged with assaulting his wife and holding her against her will while holding a machete and a hammer, according to court documents. At approximately 2:50 a.m. on May 29, the Jerauld County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to an assault at a residence near the intersection of Pine Avenue and Fifth Street in Alpena, court documents state.
Here are the five stories we think you should know heading into Thursday: 1. City officials have discouraged contact with Lake Mitchell following some stunning water quality test results.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. That's the motto 4-year-old Mollie Smith had as she sold lemonade Friday and Saturday night, raising $235.30. Mollie, the daughter of Rocky and Mindi Smith, then donated the money to CASA — which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates — on Wednesday for abused and neglected children in the area, according to Jackie Horton, the executive director of the First Circuit CASA in Mitchell.
The following cases were among those heard Tuesday by Judge Tim Bjorkman during a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell. Sentencings
Here's five stories we think you need to know heading into Wednesday.
LAKE ANDES — There will soon be a new face on the Lake Andes City Council. In Ward III, George Hazuka received 29 votes to defeat Rob Gray, 15 votes, for a two-year term replacing Todd Breen, who did not run for re-election. And for a two-year, Ward I seat, incumbent Dennis Tronvold defeated challenger Charles Hopkins, 19-14. Voter turnout was not available Tuesday night.
Ward 1 (three-year term) Steve Rice: Clay Loneman: Sabrina Velin-Kraus: Ward 2 (one-year term) Kevin McCardle: Christina Nath: Tara Volesky: