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A Marion man suffered minor injuries in a crash Monday morning on state Highway 38 about eight miles east of Mitchell. Joshua Schmidt, 38, was driving a semi westbound on state Highway 38 shortly before 8:30 a.m. Monday when an eastbound Chevy Equinox driven by 33-year-old Misty Robinson, of Fulton, drifted into his lane, causing the two vehicles to collide, according to Highway Patrol Trooper Matthew Petersen. Schmidt’s semi was forced into the ditch in the crash, causing the cab to separate from the trailer and roll onto the passenger side.
A story on Page A3 of Tuesday’s edition incorrectly stated the age of Misty Robinson, a driver involved in a crash east of Mitchell. Robinson is 33.
The city of Mitchell Street Department will be chip sealing the following streets Tuesday: 100-1400 blocks of North Minnesota; 100-700 blocks of South Minnesota; 600 block of West 18th Ave. Please have all vehicles removed from these street by 7 a.m. and refrain from parking until all work is completed. In case of inclement weather the schedule may be changed.
The Mitchell Public Works Department is asking all residents and businesses to help with restricting sewer use from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, due to a sanitary sewer maintenance project.
MOUNT VERNON -- A Mitchell woman was arrested Saturday for drunken driving after allegedly sideswiping another vehicle while driving the wrong way on Interstate 90 near Mount Vernon. Santana Andrade, 24, is charged with second-offense drunken driving and multiple traffic violations as a result of the incident, which occurred shortly before 2:30 a.m. Saturday, less than two miles west of Mount Vernon, according to South Dakota Highway Patrol Lt. Jeff DeVaney.
Nine businesses in Aurora County passed alcohol compliance checks conducted Friday by the South Central Alcohol Task Force. The following businesses were checked and passed: the Stumble Inn, Ron’s Market and C’s Legion Hideaway in Stickney; the Fish Lake Country Club, Commerce Street Grille, Coffee Cup and Ponderosa in Plankinton; and the Siding 36 Motel & RV Park and Hillman’s Garage & Gas in White Lake. There were no failures.
BONESTEEL -- After 113 years of serving the Bonesteel area, the Bonesteel Enterprise weekly newspaper has likely published its last issue. David and Scott Perlenfein wrote a note to their subscribers in the July 3 issue stating they'd been involved with the paper for more than 40 years and published about 2,000 issues.
One of the 22 sisters of St. Francis of Assisi who will celebrate an anniversary of religious profession on July 27 at St. Rita Parish in West Allis, Wis., is a Farmer native. Sister Miriam Terese (Theresa Marie G.) Yost will celebrate her 70-year anniversary of vowed religious life. She is the daughter of the late Nicholas and Kathryn (Arens) Yost, of Farmer. Yost has spent her life serving in music ministries at all levels from kindergarten through college levels in Wisconsin, Massachusetts and California. She spent many years at St.
Nate Holdeman joined the staff at Northridge Baptist Church on July 1 as the youth pastor. Holdeman has 12 years of youth ministry experience. He said his goal is to create a safe space for students to have fun and ask questions. Holdeman is a graduate of Northwestern College in St. Paul, Minn. He and his wife, Julie, have three children. — Source: Northridge Baptist Church
Irene Morris, Huron, formerly of Mitchell, will celebrate her 90th birthday today. Her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren request a card shower. Greetings may be sent to 535 22nd St. SW, Huron, S.D., 57350.