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*Listed are the awards and scholarships announced at Tuesday's Mitchell High School Senior Awards banquet, held at the Sherman Center on Dakota Wesleyan University's campus. 2014 Mitchell Community Scholarship Recipients Johanna Allen, Tyson Allen, Niko Arnold, Lucas Bartl, Aspen Bechen, Samantha Beinlich, David Bents, Mitchell Berens, Alexis Blindauer, Spencer Boyd, Bryanna Brickman, Zachary Buchmann, Cole Carlson, William Charnell, Logan Christensen, Cassidy Christopherson (Musick), Anjaneth Contreras, Erin Croucher, Nicholas Cundy, Darcy Dalton, Tyler Decker, Samuel Dee, Emily DeWaard,
Mitchell Police Department CAD Press Log 5/9/2014 From: 5/8/2014
As of July 1, The Massage Center, previously known as The Massage and Wellness Center and Institute, owned and operated by Selena McCreight, will be located in the rear section...
trudy david’s, a new store offering quality South Dakota-made items, will open July 1 at 100 W. Fifth, Mitchell. Store hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7...
Candy DenOuden, of Mitchell, has been promoted to The Daily Republic's assistant editor. DenOuden, an Avon native and Mitchell Christian School graduate, came to the newspaper as a life reporter/paginator in August 2012. This spring, she was accepted to Forum Forward, an internal Forum Communications Company program created in 2009 to broaden the leadership skills of employees and to build the company's next generation of leaders. DenOuden's promotion means she will shift her primary focus from life reporting to news reporting and will assist with the overall leadership of the newsroom. She
From Mitchell's Future Business Leaders of America banquet, held Monday at Mitchell High School. Newsletter Award: Haley Smith. Outstanding Local Member award: Sidney Neugebauer. The following members placed at the state competition: Shelby Riggs, fifth place in agribusiness; Abby Sudbeck, Shelby Riggs and Stephanie Sanderson, fifth place in community service project; Amy Gaetze, fourth place in cyber security; Miranda Goldammer, fifth place in job interview and third place in who's who in FBLA; Ally Goldammer, fourth place in Public Speaking; Tevyn Waddell and Erin Farnham, fourth place in
A Mitchell firefighter was nipped by a dog during a fire call Tuesday evening. Around 6 p.m., the Mitchell Fire Division was called to the 400 block of East Fourth Avenue for smoke in the backyard of a residence. The smoke turned out to be nothing, but while investigating the situation, a German shorthair bit a firefighter. Sgt.
Fourteen Mitchell businesses passed alcohol compliance checks recently conducted by the South Central Alcohol Task Force. The following businesses were checked on May 1: Arnie's First & Foster, Casey's General Store at 100 S.
A Mitchell woman is accused of possessing and ingesting methamphetamine. Agnes Drapeaux, 24, was indicted by a grand jury earlier this month for possessing meth, unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug and possession of drug paraphernalia between April 4 and April 9. The possession and ingestion charges each carry a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The misdemeanor paraphernalia charge carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of 30 days in county jail and a $500 fine. A warrant has been issued for Drapeaux's arrest.
A Mitchell man is accused of ingesting amphetamine. Jacob Abdo, 20, was indicted by a grand jury earlier this month for unauthorized ingestion of a controlled drug or substance on or about Feb. 5. The charge carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.