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MARION — Luverne Buehner, Marion, will celebrate his 90th birthday on Tuesday, Aug. 9. A card shower is requested. Greetings may be sent C/O Tieszen Memorial Home, 310 E. State St., Room 506, Marion, S.D., 57043.
Gen Kapsch, Mitchell, will celebrate her 96th birthday on Saturday, Aug. 6. Her family requests a card shower. Greetings may be sent to 1320 N. Langdon St., Mitchell, S.D., 57301.
Descendants and relatives of Gottlieb and Rosina (Hauck) Weisser will have a get-together at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20, at The Dugout, Tripp. Spread the word and RSVP to 583-4627 or email@example.com .
A boy, Tate Paul Strand, was born on July 30, 2016, to Katie and Matt Strand, Mitchell, at Avera Queen of Peace Hospital in Mitchell. He joins a brother, Tyler. Grandparents are Paul and Carol Anderson, Hoffman, Minnesota; and Jody and Wade Strand, Mitchell.
William and Helen Tietz, Mitchell, will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversary on Friday, Aug. 5. A card shower is requested. Greetings may be sent to 718 S. Minnesota St., Mitchell, S.D., 57301.
U.S. House of Representatives candidate Paula Hawks is calling to put an end to South Dakota's controversial EB-5 visa program. Hawks, a Democratic State Representative from Hartford, said the troubled program should be allowed to expire next month. Hawks, who will square off with three-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem in November's general election, announced her stance on the program in a news release issued Tuesday.
A Mitchell man is facing criminal charges after allegedly throwing a rock and breaking a window at Casey's General Store in Mitchell. Jamie Hoppe, 28, will be charged by the Davison County state's attorney with intentional damage to property, according to Mitchell Patrol Sgt. Terry Reyelts. Hoppe was cited for driving without proof of insurance after a Sunday night incident in which he allegedly admitted to throwing a rock at the convenient store at 701 N. Main St., cracking one of the glass doors.
A Davison County jury decided Wednesday that Cabela's had no responsibility in an injury of a customer on its property. The decision brings the two-year case against the national retail company to a close. On June 7, 2012, Annette Steilen, of Alexandria, was shopping in Cabela's in an aisle with camping-related items, court documents state, when her shoulder bumped a steel Curt-brand receiver hitch — used to hook a trailer to a vehicle — which struck her wrist before falling to the floor.
The Davison County Commission's 2017 budget review could come to a close Tuesday after several meetings on the matter. The five-person board has set aside one hour to discuss the budget, and Commission Chair Brenda Bode said at last week's meeting that she expects the review sessions to be completed Tuesday after meeting for a second time with Davison County Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg. Other business
PARKSTON — A Delmont man was charged with eluding following a high-speed pursuit Friday near Parkston. At about 9:15 p.m. Friday, Justin Olson, 33, was driving a 2000 Chevrolet Suburban when he was stopped near the intersection of 401st Avenue and 284th Street by an officer for speeding. The officer was able to obtain identification of Olson and the three occupants in the vehicle, according to Douglas County Deputy Dustin Palmquist, but Olson did not have a driver's license.