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PODCAST: Johnson targets TikTok, Threat Stop, Kernel Bowl recap and more | Sept. 6, 2022

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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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Tariq was presented with a corn-bassadorship by Gov. Kristi Noem's office, while the City of Mitchell proclaimed Saturday as Tariq 'Corn Kid' Day.
“It might seem trivial to go after an app known for viral dance videos, but TikTok is a national security concern," Johnson said.
For the city to begin constructing the wetland along Firesteel Creek, an archaeological survey on the land must be completed before securing a permit for the wetland project, as required by the Army Corp of Engineers.
The Kernel girls improve to 4-2-0, while the boys picked up their first win of the season ahead of another home doubleheader on Tuesday.
The Kernels are 3-3 on the season with two matches against ranked opponents coming up this week.
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The Mitchell Kernels defeat the Sturgis Scoopers 36-22.
Mick Dailey accounted for four touchdowns as a big second half lifted the Kernels to their first win of the 2022 season.
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The decline of available taxi services and increased ridership prompted Palace Transit to begin offering same-day rides for $10 in July, but the transit's 6 p.m. close time leaves Mitchell with one taxi for night hours.
Custodian looks to patent door-locking design

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A South Dakota native, Hunter joined Forum Communications Company as a reporter for the Mitchell (S.D.) Republic in June 2021 and now works as a digital reporter for Forum News Service, focusing on local news in Sioux Falls. He also writes regional news spanning across the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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