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Stockpiles of corn in the United States are rising at the fastest pace in 19 years as a record crop overwhelms increased demand for the grain used to make livestock feed and ethanol.
The Mitchell Camera Club met Jan. 2 at the County Fair Banquet Hall. This month’s category was “Shadows.” Next month’s category, “Reflections,” was discussed. Also, the club will display photos...
The Fulton State Bank has opened a benefit account for a family that lost its home to a fire Tuesday night. Deposits will be taken for the Doug and Mary Nelson family, of rural Fulton, at both the Fulton and Mitchell locations. — Source: Fulton State Bank
By Kathy Bruflat Schrad South Dakota Shared Parenting A first-hand response to the 44,600 cases where child support is provided: For both my daughter and son’s lives, I was a single mom, no child support or government assistance. Their fathers were unavailable and unreachable.
By Rick Snedeker For The Daily Republic "be.YOU.tiful." I saw it one day among various other quotations and ideas written on wood frames in the Reader’s Den in Mitchell. I thought it was simple and true.
LAKE ANDES — Randall Community Water District General Manager Alvin VanZee retired Jan. 1. VanZee served the water district as general manager for 24 years.
Citing the Supreme Court’s recent decision affirming that this is a matter for Congress, the letter urges Congress “to make the 2013 holiday shopping season the last where Main Street businesses must compete at a government-created price disadvantage.”
PIERRE — The state Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles, announced that Visa has been added to the payment options for motor vehicle registration renewals completed online or through a self-service terminal. For both the online renewal and the self-service terminals, acceptable forms of payment include electronic check, deb
The Mitchell Public Library will close Monday, Jan. 20, and Tuesday, Jan. 21, to begin the indoor construction portion of its renovation project. The library will re-open at 10 a.m...
A Mitchell man was injured and cited in a Sunday evening accident in town, according to authorities. Mitchell Police Officer R.J. Williams said at around 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Cory Newman Sr., 39, was driving a 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis northbound in the 1100 block of South Miller Avenue. Williams said Newman reported that he swerved to avoid hitting an object, then slid on the ice and lost control of the vehicle. He then rear-ended an unoccupied, parked 1999 Chevy Tahoe, registered to Alexis Aragon, 36, of Ethan.