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Mitchell City Council Votes To Hire City Adminstrator

The vote was 5-3 in favor of the hire.

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1,155 Homeless Counted In South Dakota

The number is about the same as last year.

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Eastern SD Dish Network Viewers Get Fox-TV Back

The network had been dropped in a contract dispute.

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Yankton Attorney And Soldier To Run For US Senate

Jason Ravnsborg becomes the fifth Republican candidate vying for Senator Tim Johnson’s seat.

City Council To Vote On City Administrator

Committee meetings begin at 7 pm Monday.

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State Lawmaker Now Opposes Death Penalty

Rep. Steve Hickey had previously supported capital punishment.

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Traveler Information App Released For SD

The app is free and gives road information.

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Davison County Commission Seeking Public Input

The county is set to appoint a Veterans Service Officer to a four-year term.

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Groups To Ask Legislature For Medicaid Expansion

Governor Dennis Daugaard is against the expansion due to cost concerns.

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Minimum Wage Measure To Be On 2014 Ballot

The measure would raise the minimum wage in SD to $8.50 per hour.

Recent Headlines

32 mins ago in Entertainment

OPENING WEEKEND: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ is finally here

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Here's a look at some of the films set to open this weekend.

37 mins ago in National

Making headlines this week

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A member of the NATO parachute demonstration team lands during a change of command ceremony at NATO military headquarters in Mons, southern Belgium on Wednesday May 4, 2016. U.S. Army General Curtis  M. Scaparrotti was installed as NATO's 18th supreme allied commander Europe (SACEUR). The commander, by tradition an American general or admiral, is responsible for the overall direction and conduct of NATO's global military operations. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

A look back at some of the biggest stories this week and the headlines you may have missed.

40 mins ago in Lifestyle, National

Anti-hunger group uses fake app to fool, educate

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates 14 percent of Americans, or more than 17 million people, are what is called food insecure, meaning at times of the year, they are uncertain of being able to acquire enough food for their household.