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A boy, Jace David Hauser, was born on Nov. 4, 2014, to Hillary and Steve Hauser, Dimock, at Avera Queen of Peace Hospital. Grandparents are Dave and Linda Hauser, Dimock; Doug and Jill Hohn, Dimock; and Larry and Dawn Olsen, Mitchell.
Mary Erpenbach, Mitchell, will celebrate her 85th birthday on Sunday, Nov. 23. A card shower is requested. Greetings may be sent to 500 S. Ohlman, No. 207, Mitchell, S.D., 57301.
In Tuesday's edition, a photo cutline on Page A2 incorrectly identified the local group that presented the colors during Monday's "We Sing For Our Veterans" concert at Longfellow Elementary. American Legion Post 18 presented the colors during the ceremony.
The following cases were among those heard Tuesday during a circuit court session at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell: • Valencia Four Horns, 36, of Mitchell, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine; jury trial was scheduled for February. • Andrew Alcala, 22, of Mitchell, failed to appear in court and keep in touch with his attorney; Alcala is charged with third-degree burglary; Judge Tim Bjorkman ordered a warrant for Alcala's arrest, and when arrested, that Alcala be held without bond. • Derek Nguyen, 23, of Mitchell, was granted a tw
TYNDALL — Dave Swenson, an associate scientist at Iowa State University's Department of Economics, will speak Nov. 25 in Yankton and Tyndall regarding the use of tax increment districts. "Rural economic development faces special challenges. Tax-based incentives may produce regional economic gains, but public officials need to be mindful of both the potential rewards and the risks of leveraging rural tax bases to underwrite economic development," Swenson said. Swenson will speak at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 25 at the Yankton City Library and at 7 p.m.
Jillian Mackey had seen wedding favors that seemed like an afterthought, and she knew she did not want to give one of those -- an impractical trinket that would likely get tossed in the trash or thrown in a drawer. So during her year-long engagement to Jason Simms, the couple picked blackberries, strawberries and rhubarb in Oregon, where they lived; gathered cactus pears in New Mexico, where he grew up; and plucked blueberries and apricots when they relocated to her home state, Connecticut. By the time they married on Aug.
Kari Kirchmeyer said she's ready to work. She starts Monday in her position as the new director of Mitchell Main Street and Beyond and told The Daily Republic in a recent interview that Mitchell remains an attractive place to work, live and visit. Prior to the announcement earlier this week, Kirchmeyer was previously the business development director for Avera Queen of Peace Hospital in Mitchell.
A Mississippi man visiting Mitchell on an annual hunting trip claimed his $1 million prize Tuesday, turning in his winning ticket he purchased in October from the Highland Travel Plaza...
Brooke McBrayer and Andrew Mentele announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Michelle and Brian McBrayer, Ethan; and Don and Karen Mentele, Mitchell. Brooke is a graduate of Ethan High School and a 2014 graduate of the Dakota Wesleyan University RN nursing program. Andrew is a graduate of Mitchell High School and is employed at Quality Homes of Mitchell. An Aug. 16 wedding is planned at Holy Family Church, Mitchell.
Hot Springs -- Meridith Gould of Sioux Falls, Miss Lake Alvin, was crowned Miss South Dakota 2014 Saturday night. Her platform is "Financial Responsibility Mentorship for Students." For her talent, she performed a ballet en pointe. Gould also was awarded the "Ray Peterson Rookie of the Year" $500 scholarship for the first-year contestant with the highest overall score. Gould is the first former Miss South Dakota's Outstanding Teen to go on to win the Miss South Dakota. Gould won the preliminary swimsuit award Wednesday night.