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The Davison County commissioners will meet in regular session at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the courthouse, 200 E. Fourth Ave., Mitchell. As part of Tuesday's meeting the commissioners will tour the renovations made at the county's North Annex. The former Central Electric Co-op building is being renovated as a new clinic for the county's community health nursing staff and as a site for future commission meetings. Tuesday's agenda includes: 9 a.m. Call to order, approval of past meeting minutes, citizen input. 9:30 a.m.
The Mitchell Board of Education will put the final touches on the 2012-2013 school year today when it meets at 5 p.m. in Room 116 at the Mitchell Career and Technical Education Academy, 821 N.
Sister Benedicta Long will celebrate her 50 years as a Benedictine sister at a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. on July 28 at St. Mary's Center, Elkton. The oldest of seven children in the family of the late Frank and Clara (Freidel) Long, she grew up in LONG Ethan. Her family attended Holy Trinity Church and Ethan School. In high school, Long began sending for information from various convents and received a letter from Mother Rose Marie Bierschbach, prioress of the new community in Pierre.
A charity poker run Saturday will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mitchell Area. The Sabers Victory & V-Twin Poker Run will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Sabers at 700 E. Kay Ave., Mitchell. Registration begins at 10 a.m. Advance registration is not required. "This the first time we've done this event in June," said Terry Sabers, the event's organizer. "We typically have about 150 riders or more and the weather this weekend is looking great." Each rider will pay a $20 entry fee.
A Mitchell man has been charged with possessing and distributing marijuana. Brian Lee Volk, 38, was indicted June 7 by a Davison County grand jury with one count of distributing 1 ounce or less of marijuana, a felony with a maximum penalty of two years in prison and a $4,000 fine. Volk is also charged with possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, a misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a $2,000 fine. Volk is alleged to have committed the crimes in December, according to the indictment. Assistant Attorney General Katie Mallery is prosecuting the case. No court da
TABOR -- The 65th Annual Czech Days celebration starts Thursday in Tabor and lasts through Saturday. The 2013 Czech Days Queen candidates are Mariah Kostal, daughter of Bernie and Tania Kostal, of Tyndall; and Kelsey Sutera, daughter of Rich and Krista Sutera, of Tabor. The winner will be crowned at 9 p.m. Saturday in Beseda Miss Raquel Sutera, 2012 Czech Days Queen, along with Princess McKensie Sedlacek and Prince Bryce Dangler, will be present throughout the weekend. This year's event will be dedicated to the late Violet Zdenek Povondra during ceremonies that start at 3 p.m.
At least five vehicle owners woke up Tuesday in Mitchell to find their vehicles splattered with ketchup. Sgt. Mike Koster said the mischief occurred sometime during the overnight hours on the 1500 block of East Hanson Avenue. The incident was reported at 7:54 a.m. At least five vehicles had ketchup on door handles, windshields and other parts of the vehicles. "It's a subcategory of vandalism," Koster said. "It's basically a prank thing. It didn't cause any harm." He said the police division does not have any suspects and none of the victims are related in any way.
During court Tuesday, a Mitchell woman denied violating her probation. Lyndsay Hawk, 27, allegedly passed two checks that were not hers. She used one check May 3 at County Fair Food Store in Mitchell and attempted to use a second check on May 6, but was stopped. Those actions were allegedly a violation of the probation she was sentenced to in November. Each count carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison, a $10,000 fine or both.
A Mitchell man made arrangements Tuesday to pay off a 12-year-old judgment against him in Davison County. William Briley, 31, was sentenced to prison on a burglary conviction in 2001 and was released in February. He owes a $253 fine and $1,752.77 in restitution. Briley said he had paid about $180 through funds he earned while in prison. He made an arrangement to pay $50 per month starting in July until the fine and restitution are paid off.