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PODCAST: City council considering pigs, Palace City half marathon and more | Oct. 4, 2022

The Mitchell Republic Minute is a twice-weekly podcast reviewing the week's news and previewing upcoming news.

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The Mitchell Republic Minute for Tuesday, October 4, 2022, sponsored by Floortec Cleaning & Restoration .

Reporters from the Mitchell Republic review some of the week's news highlights and preview what's ahead for the Mitchell Republic coverage area.

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“They are very smart. They will never chase your wildlife or hurt anybody,” she said of her pet pig, Bruce.
The hour-long debate, hosted by KOTA and Dakota News Now in Rapid City, offered voters a look at Noem, Smith and Libertarian candidate Tracey Quint. Topics ranged from Noem's grocery tax announcement to Smith and Noem's differing opinions on how the pandemic should have been handled.
Mitchell's Thomas Madut and Sioux Falls' Carrie Hughes won the male and female half marathon, respectively
School year now in full swing
The event, which goes from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8, will feature German-themed food, drinks, music, games and a wiener dog race.
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1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced some type of domestic/intimate partner violence.
As the calendar turns to October, this edition of the South Dakota Gridiron Report examines five programs that have exceeded expectations in 2022 and are in line to make some noise in the postseason.
Scott made an albatross — or a double-eagle — on the par-5 No. 9 hole on Monday during his state tournament round at Lakeview Golf Course.

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Snow removal began Thursday and will continue into the upcoming week, city officials say.
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“We had a ton of nominations this year for all the awards,” Davison County Sheriff Steve Harr said of all the employee nominations.
The structure that caught fire around 3 a.m. Tuesday was located on the east side of Lake Andes’ Main Street.
“The majority of the fish coming up dead is mainly because of the lack of oxygen they have. The rocks really hurt the fishery,” Wolf said of the rocks that were placed by the dam a few years ago.