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Mixed Restaurant "Mixed" is now open in Brookings in the Village Square Mall Development. Cole Shawd, of Sioux Falls, and Mitchell native, is founder and president of the fast-casual, make-to-order and better-for you restaurant. The Brookings location has a drive-thru service and will also offer Caribou Coffee. Shawd currently has four locations and two more in development for the business he started in 2008 in Sioux Falls.
Kelli Mehlhaf and Stephen Bussell were married on Dec. 31, 2013, at Northridge Baptist Church, Mitchell, with the Rev. Dr. Howard Hart officiating. Parents of the couple are Loren and Renee Mehlhaf, Mitchell; and Paul and Judy Bussell, Sioux Falls. Maid of honor was Liz Poston. Bridesmaids were Amber Bradley, Jillian Wolbrink, and Haley Mehlhaf. Flower girl was Adrienne Jones. Best man was Tim Ratzlaff. Groomsmen were Michael Bussell, Jeff Kitchen and Blaine Triebwasser.
Heavy rain and penny-sized hail fell in Mitchell over a 25-minute period Monday night.
Due to construction and remodeling work, Corn Palace visitors will be directed to enter through the south doors on Sixth Avenue starting today. Interim Corn Palace Director Jeri Mickelson said turnstiles, which have traditionally been used during the summer months to count visitors, will not be placed at the south doors. She was unsure about the turnstiles' future for the summer, but a decision will likely be made soon. Signs will be put around the Corn Palace to direct visitors to the south doors, Mickelson said.
Kendra Knight, Mitchell, was recognized as the Outstanding Art Education Student in the Visual and Performing Arts category and as the Outstanding Business Administration Student at the annual Spirit of Excellence Awards Celebration at the University of Sioux Falls, held recently.
These area businesses and government entities will be closed for Memorial Day. Mitchell Technical Institute will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day. Regular office hours of 7:30 a.m...
A federal Medicare grant to the Avera system will provide better care to residents in long-term care, officials said Friday. The $8.8 million Health Care Innovation award from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Innovation Center will use telemedicine to provide primary care to residents of 30 facilities, including Mitchell’s Brady Health and Rehab facility, which served as a pilot site for the program. “The grant will fund a new virtual care center model for Avera in conjunction with the Good Samaritan Society to improve the delivery of long-term care and reduce costs,” s
PIERRE — During the 2013-2014 school year, 2,085 students from 53 schools completed assessments to earn a National Career Readiness Certificate, or NCRC. The area schools and the number of...
HURON — The South Dakota State Fair announces the Josh Abbott Band will perform at the South Dakota State Fair on Aug. 30. Hailing from Texas, the Josh Abbott Band formed in 2007 and has been on the rise in the country music scene ever since. Their most recent album, “Small Town Family Dream,” has climbed to No. 5 on the U.S. country charts, No. 15 on the U.S. charts and No. 2 on the U.S. indie charts. Opening for the band, fairgoers will see Stoney Larue and Aaron Watson. Larue released his most recent album, “Velvet,” in 2011.
Mitchell and Kimball high schools have received national recognition for excellence in global education from EF High School Exchange Year, the leader in high school exchange. The EF High School...