Returning champions Howard will square off against fourth-ranked Hanson in the Mitchell Republic's first livestreamed football game of the sesason.
‘We still have to provide decent facilities for our kids.’ Board members look ahead to big decisions
After brief hiatus, longtime Lake Andes restaurant owner teams up with couple to reopen Inside Scoop
“This is a special place to me, and I never want to see Lake Andes without a good restaurant in town. I definitely missed it all,” Cindy Mengenhauser said of The Inside Scoop.
POET is a significant backer of an initiative on November ballot that would prevent new "slaughterhouses" in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The South Dakota Pork Producers and South Dakota Soybean Association say it's concerning that an ally in agriculture opposes the opportunity to expand capacity.
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The driver lost control of the vehicle on loose gravel, causing the truck to roll.
The sounds of late-night spraying familiar to city residents. West Nile Virus prompted the program and residents benefit from lower mosquito numbers. But recent heavy rains means a new wave is upon us.
Lee has also thrilled collegiate audiences with her performance on Auburn’s gymnastics team. She hasn’t yet decided whether she’ll aim for the Olympics in 2024.
'More inclusive:' After public outcry, new social studies curriculum proposal re-ups Indigenous references
In a section of the draft labeled “notable adjustments,” the standards tout an expansion on both South Dakota and Native American history and civics for elementary school students.
Forty years ago the Minnesota founders of Pheasants Forever — from the metropolitan area and from Kandiyohi County — met on the shores of Eagle Lake north of Willmar and agreed to the local control model that the organization continues today. The surviving founders of that meeting returned to Eagle Lake to visit about the organization's start and how they made that critical decision.
🔴 LIVE: Sens. Thune, Rounds and Rep. Johnson talk politics, agriculture at Dakotafest's Farm Bill Forum
The forum will begin at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Dakotafest Education Building on the festival's grounds in Mitchell.
A look at the Mitchell Parks and Recreation activities and programs for 2022.