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VERMILLION. (AP) -- The Freedom Forum and the University of South Dakota have delayed the 27th presentation of the Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in the Media until next year. The ceremony honoring the yet-to-be-named recipient was planned for Oct. 3 during Dakota Days homecoming festivities, but the co-sponsors say the honoree had an unavoidable conflict. The award named for the USA Today founder has been given annually since 1989. Past recipients include Tom Brokaw, Jim Lehrer and Garrison Keillor.
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 9/12/2013 From: 9/11/2013 to 9/12/2013 Call: Incident: Type: Date/Time: 16366 201312811 9/11/2013 0:35 MOTORIST ASSIST Press Remarks: OFFICER OUT ON COMMERCE ST WITH A...
Council seeking changes in chemical laws.
Showing at Mitchell's Luxury 5 Cinemas and the Starlite Drive-in: The Family, Insidious Chapter 2, Riddick, We're the Millers, The Butler, One Direction: This Is Us, White House Down.
Our good friends at Progressive Farmer magazine filled 15 pages of their September issue with a well-researched, well-written "special report" on "Feeding the World." The four-color, four-story package hits all the humane highlights U.S. farmers and ranchers expect in these stories of manifest destiny when "the world will look to the U.S. to help stock the global food pantry."
The Mitchell Public Library has announced the availability of Baker & Taylor's Axis 360 digital media library for its patrons. Axis 360 is a revolutionary digital media platform, providing libraries and their patrons with a state-of-the-art system for circulating enhanced digital content and Blio, the ground-breaking e-reading software.
Park and Recreation Director for Mitchell Dusty Rodiek said the park is at least the fourth playground to be refurbished under his management. The park cost around $97,000, with half...
Images from the Rachel's Challenge program conducted Wednesday at the Hanson School in Alexandria. The program, which aims to create safer learning environments, is named for Rachel Scott, a victim of the 1999 Columbine, Colo., school shooting. (Photos by Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)
Mitchell, South Dakota, is more than the last line on the address for Dakota Wesleyan University. From the beginning, more than 129 years ago, our university rose above the prairies because our early townspeople looked upon these Methodist visionaries as neighbors, members of a community that would plant, nurture and grow a place for holistic human development -- body, mind and soul. The university grew, not apart from its community, but because of it.