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The area saw a short reprieve from cold with a high of 67 degrees Sunday, winter looks to finish the month of March with a blizzard watch affecting most of the eastern Dakotas and western Minnesota. The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls issued a blizzard watch Sunday, which is in effect from 1 p.m. today until 1 a.m.
Photos from the final day of Schmeckfest in Freeman Saturday. (Photos by Sean Ryan/Republic)
Workers from MC and R Pools, of Sioux Falls, work Monday afternoon on what will be a therapy pool at the future home of Dakota Physical Therapy at 910 S. Edgerton St., near County Fair and Wesley Acres in Mitchell. Construction started in December on the building, which will also include a 24-hour fitness center. The building is scheduled to be completed in July, according to Travis Gerlach, job supervisor with Puetz Corporation. The building will also have a partial basketball court with a wood floor, Gerlach said. (Sean Ryan/Republic)
Zesto moves to new location on First Avenue in Mitchell. (Sean Ryan/Republic)
Downtown Mitchell swaps old trash cans for new.
Images from Monday's second-round Summit League tournament women's basketball game between the University of South Dakota and South Dakota State University, played at Sioux Falls Arena. USD defeated SDSU 72-58, ending the Jackrabbits' run of five consecutive postseason tournament championships.
Photos from Parmalee at the Corn Palace on Sunday night. (Photos by Sean Ryan/Republic)
Mitchell hit a high of 68 Sunday, and Monday's forecast is for a high of 56. Snow is forecast for Tuesday. There's a slight chance of rain between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m., then rain and snow. Chance of precipitation is 90 percent, according to the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls.
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