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Photos from the Puppy Love event Friday at Dakota Wesleyan University, held in cooperation with Mitchell Animal Rescue. (Photos by Sean Ryan/Republic)
Photos from an indoor softball clinic Friday at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell. (Photos by Sean Ryan/Republic)
Members of the Longfellow Elementary School student council delivered handmade valentines and played games with the residents at Firesteel Healthcare Center.
The Palace City Jazz Festival at Dakota Wesleyan University included eight schools and 14 bands working with six clinicians.
Mitchell Christian School's coronation is Thursday evening at halftime of the boys' home basketball game at the school.
Two wrecked vehicles sit near the intersection of First Avenue and Minnesota Street on Monday afternoon in Mitchell. According to Mitchell Police Sgt. Dave Beintema, 25-year-old Adam Schorzmann, of rural Mitchell, was driving southbound on Minnesota Street in a silver 2010 Chevy Cobalt when he became distracted and hit an unoccupied, blue 2008 Saturn Aura parked on the west side of the street, causing about $5,500 in damage between the two vehicles. The distraction was not caused by a cell phone, Beintema said.
The opening performance is March 21 at the Sherman Center in Mitchell. Tickets are $10, and will go on sale March 1.
Longfellow Elementary School in Mitchell had doughnuts for students and their dads as part of the Scholastic Book Fair.
Lindsay Fredrickson, first-year nursing student at Dakota Wesleyan University, right, uses a Pediavision “Spot Vision” screening machine to check the vision of Alyssa Corcoran, 4, of Mitchell, at the Palace City Lions booth Saturday. The Lions offered the screening during the 12th Annual Mitchell Chamber Health and Wellness Fair at Mitchell Christian School. The camera, which cost $7,000, uses infrared light scanning to give a vision reading, according to Cindy Easton with Palace City Lions. The club screened 37 kids and adults during the health fair. (Sean Ryan/Republic)