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OACOMA — The South Dakota College Personnel Association awarded two of its honors to representatives from Mitchell Technical Institute during the SDCPA annual banquet Thursday at Cedar Shore Resort. The...
The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during circuit court at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell. • Randy Lee Ramsey, 35, of Sherman, pleaded not guilty to receiving stolen property, ingesting methamphetamine, possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and first-offense drunken driving; Judge Tim Bjorkman scheduled the case for jury trial in May.
The Mitchell Police Division is looking for a stolen vehicle. It is a white, four-door Pontiac Grand Prix, South Dakota license number 23N351. It was stolen from the Dakota Wesleyan University area between 11:30 p.m. Feb. 9 and 8:30 a.m. Feb. 10. Call the Mitchell Police Division at (605) 995-8400 or 911 if the vehicle is spotted. — Source: Mitchell Public Safety, Police Division
ETHAN — There will be hearing screenings conducted Feb. 20 at Ethan School, Ethan. The screenings will be conducted by the South Dakota School for the Deaf and will be...
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 2/11/2014 From: 2/10/2014
PIERRE — Gov. Dennis Daugaard recently announced his plan to assist South Dakota households during the current national propane shortage. The South Dakota Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) is offering one-time assistance to help low-income households with critical propane needs. Prices of propane have increased to as much as $6.56 per gallon in some areas of the state.
Once at home downtown, always at home downtown. That was the message expressed by Mitchell Main Street & Beyond's board, staff and award recipients at Monday night's banquet at Cornerstone Coffee House in Mitchell. "It's just someplace you want to keep going back to," said MMS&B Executive Director Molly Goldsmith. The three awards introduced last year, the Brenda Olesen Legacy Award, George McGovern Service Award and the Heritage Award, were presented to four people during the night.
South Dakotans for the Arts (SoDA) Day at the Legislature will highlight arts education in the Capitol Rotunda from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18. The annual SoDA Day observance focuses attention on the importance of the arts in the lives of South Dakotans and features the Students' Capitol Art Show. More than 120 pieces of art created by children from every legislative district adorn tote bags, one for every legislator, Gov. Dennis Daugaard, Lt. Gov. Matt Michels, and Secretary of State Jason Gant. Three Mitchell students' work will be included.
A total of 949 people attended the Diamond Rio concert held Sunday at the Corn Palace, according to Corn Palace Director Mark Schilling. Schilling had hoped for a crowd of 1,000 people, but said he is still pleased with the show's attendance. "We knew right in that range was about where we were going to end up," he said. The show could have accommodated up to 1,500 people, Schilling said. The last time Diamond Rio, a country band, played at the Corn Palace was in 1995 during the Corn Palace Festival.
A power outage Monday morning left an estimated 5,000 customers without electricity for a short time in Mitchell.