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All six Davison County officials whose terms are up this year are planning to run for re-election. Positions up for election this November in Davison County government are three commissioner seats, along with the sheriff, register of deeds and auditor. All six people who currently hold those positions confirmed this week they plan to run for re-election. As of Thursday, Register of Deeds Deb Young, Sheriff Steve Brink and Auditor Susan Kiepke had already filed their petitions to run, according to the county auditor's office.
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers: Tyndall HOSPITAL FUNDRAISING MOVES AHEAD: A drive to add a new patient wing at St. Michael's Hospital Avera in Tyndall has surpassed $300,000, more than half of the fundraising goal for the $2 million project. The new addition will have private patient rooms with bathrooms and will replace the current second floor of the hospital, which has shared bathrooms between some of the patient rooms and does not meet accessibility requirements.
WHITE LAKE -- A semi truck and trailer packed with 45,000 pounds of cheese rolled on its side Friday on Interstate 90. A Highway Patrol trooper said the truck's driver lost control while reaching for a cigarette lighter shortly before 10 a.m. Friday on I-90 about three miles east of White Lake. Jeremy Strotheide, 37, of Belding, Mich., was driving westbound on I-90 when he lost control of the semi and drove it into the median, where it tipped onto the driver's side, according to South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Matthew Petersen.
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 2/21/2014 From: 2/20/2014 to 2/20/2014 Call: Incident: Type: Date/Time: 2883 201402240 2/20/2014 0:34 LOST PERSON Press Remarks: 911 CALL OF A MISSING PERSON IN...
THURSDAY DJ/KARAOKE Thirsty’s in Mitchell will have DJ Karaoke from 9:30 p.m. to close. No cover. KARAOKE WITH HADLEY MOODY Blarney’s in Mitchell will host Karaoke with Hadley Moody, 9:30...
Now playing at Mitchell's Luxury 5 Cinema: 3 Days to Kill, Winter's Tale, Endless Love, Monuments Men, Lego Movie.
LAKE ANDES — Lee Linnell, Lake Andes, recently participated in the 2013 National Sorghum Producers Yield and Management Contest and was awarded second place in Charles Mix County. “Grain sorghum...
South Dakota Ag in the Classroom and South Dakota Farm Families are partnering together to host an essay contest for third- and fourth-grade students across South Dakota. The winning student...
Mitchell police are looking for a driver of a vehicle who hit a bicyclist Wednesday evening. Sgt. Dave Beintema, of the Mitchell Police Division, said a Mitchell man was riding his bike north at 7:19 p.m. in the 1700 block of Main Street of Mitchell when a white, four-door Pontiac turned into the McDonald's parking lot and collided with the cyclist. After the collision, the cyclist, Addison Avery, 20, was brought to Avery's home by the driver of the vehicle. "It sounds like the man riding the bike insisted the driver not call police," Beintema said.