Daily Republic News
- Member for
- 4 years 6 months
Now playing at Mitchell's Luxury 5 Cinemas: The Fault in Our Stars, Edge of Tomorrow, Mom's Night Out, Maleficent, A Million Ways to Die in the West.
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 6/6/2014 From: 6/5/2014 to 6/5/2014 Call: Incident: Type: Date/Time: 9707 201407802 6/5/2014 0:07 AMBULANCE CALLS Press Remarks: MITCHELL AMBULANCE SENT TO MEDICAL EMERGENCY 1100 E 4TH 9708 201407803 6/5/2014 0:11 ACCIDENT Press Remarks: BRULE COUNTY DEPUTY SENT TO CAR VS COW ACCIDENT REPT HWY 50 & 266 ST 9711 201407804 6/5/2014 0:54 HARASSMENT Press Remarks: OFFICERS RESPONDED TO AREA OF 800 N MAIN/800
Corn Palace City Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2750 will not meet in June. "We're going to take a month off and meet again in July," Post Commander Gloria Hanson said. "Some of our officers and members are at guard camp right now and others are on vacation. June is a good month for a break." Hanson said the post is open for business and invites all veterans and the community to stop in and enjoy the new facility. The next meeting of Post 2750 will be at 7:30 p.m. July 8.
WASHINGTON -- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced this week that farmers, ranchers and landowners committed to protecting and conserving environmentally sensitive land may sign up for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) beginning Monday. Vilsack also announced that retiring farmers enrolled in CRP could receive incentives to transfer a portion of their land to beginning, disadvantaged or veteran farmers through the Transition Incentives Program (TIP). "CRP is one of the largest voluntary conservation programs in the country," Vilsack said.
The annual Hartman reunion picnic will be held on Sunday, June 8, at the south shelter, Hitchcock Park, Mitchell. There will be a potluck meal at noon.
Mitchell Technical Institute's Heating and Cooling Technology program has been granted accreditation by the HVAC Excellence organization.
Mitchell area residents are invited to learn firsthand at a one-hour, noon briefing on Tuesday on the benefits of investing in South Dakota children, hosted by Mitchell Congregational UCC, Mitchell. Speakers include: • Carole Cochran, director of South Dakota Kids Count, The University of South Dakota, Beacom School of Business; • Jennifer Kline, executive director, South Dakota Voices for Children; • Megan Larson, director, South Dakota Afterschool Partnership. The briefing will focus on state and local children's data, children's policies and programs that the state legislature needs
The National Music Museum on the campus of the University of South Dakota has been recognized by TripAdvisor with a 2014 Certificate of Excellence, it was announced recently. The award goes to destinations and attractions that have consistently earned outstanding feedback from TripAdvisor travelers. A special National Music Museum summer exhibit, "Celebrating the Saxes," showcases musical instruments designed by Adolphe Sax, his father and brother. Two outdoor concerts, "A Little Summer Night Music," will soon grace the Museum plaza.
The Mitchell Area Charitable Foundation announces that it is now accepting grant applications, which must be submitted by July 3. The MACF grant guidelines require applications reflect the purposes of the foundation, which are to provide support to charitable and educational programs, care of the needy, improvement of social services and educational facilities, prevention and alleviation of social ills, encouragement of the arts and protection of the environment.
Calling all dancers. The Mitchell Area Community Theatre needs 20 more dancers, 10 male and 10 female, for its upcoming musical, "The Producers." Mitchell Area Community Theatre Managing Director Megan Reimnitz said no auditions are necessary, and the dance choreography is not difficult. She said the cast is scheduled to have its first read-through on Sunday, and would like to have all dancers cast by June 13.