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A rundown of events in the Mitchell area taking place on Independence Day weekend
"The parties went there with the intention to take money and a firearm from Ferrer-Machado. Once there, the parties got into an argument, and Luis Javier Perez-Melendez shot and killed Ferrer-Machado,” Assistant Attorney General Katie Mallery said of the downtown Mitchell shooting
“I think it’s a great deal. With the land we still have available and tillable, the grants and services we’ve had donated to our wetland project, you add it all together and we’ll be ahead,” Councilman Steve Rice said of the offer
“The city is looking to spend $14 to $15 million on cleaning up the lake area, and I don’t think this area would be cleaned up by it,” Lake Mitchell resident Dale Odegaard said of the request to rezone the land to a Planned Unit Development district

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One project will use a pilot car and cause delays of up to 15 minutes while crews work on chip sealing and fog sealing on the road.
The agenda does not include a set time limit for the duration of the public hearing, nor does it specify for how long a member of the public can voice their concerns.
The man will remain in federal custody pending a trial in August.
Mayor Bob Everson said the city is getting close to reaching its maximum capacity of daily water usage provided by B-Y Water District, the lone source supplying Mitchell with water.
Mayor Bob Everson said the city received a "serious offer"
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A roundup of Tuesday's felony court proceedings held at the Davison County Public Safety Center courtroom

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Among the most notable changes are increasing the Chamber of Commerce’s rent to $140,760 – an increase of about $20,000 from the previous contract – and the city collecting 5% of all gross sales over $750,000 from the Corn Palace gift shop
“We have had an offer that we countered. We got another counter offer back, and we are going to counter again later tonight,” Mayor Bob Everson said at Tuesday’s council meeting
“I grew up with parents who were in public service. It’s something I’ve always known, and ever since I was little I knew I wanted to be a cop," said Grant Lanning, the latest addition to the Davison County Sheriff's Office team of deputies

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