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Bartl, Wenzel, Solberg head to national competition in June
Mitchell records 24.7 inches of snow this winter.
Patrons paying $20 more than last year for natural gas.
The annual Youth Art Show at the Dakota Discovery Museum runs through March.
Authorities Friday morning identified the dead body found Thursday near the Corn Palace in Mitchell as Timothy Sattler. Sattler, 58, of Mitchell, died from a medical event, Mitchell Police Division Detective Lt. Don Everson said Friday. “He appeared to have a heart condition and the incident was related to that,” Everson said. “We know that he did not have a heart attack.” Secondary injuries were caused to Sattler’s body when he fell to the ground, according to police.
Manufacturing, retail, banking, automotive among the industries represented at event.
A bill in the South Dakota Legislature that would change the definition of agricultural land for tax purposes did not get Davison County's stamp of approval Tuesday. County Commission Chairman John Claggett called the legislation "lunacy." During the commission's regularly scheduled meeting at the courthouse in Mitchell, Davison County Director of Equalization Kathy Goetsch said the proposed change to state law would cause problems and burden the rest of the county's non-agricultural land with higher taxes. The legislation is House Bill 1097.