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Wednesday, May 15, 201305/15/2013

Brokaw And Thune To Attend Neuharth Memorial

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The memorial is scheduled for Friday at USD.

Tuesday, May 14, 201305/14/2013

Willie Nelson To Play Palace On Thursday

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Corn Palace Director Mark Schilling says tickets are still available.

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Tuesday, May 14, 201305/14/2013

Bison Museum Opens In Rapid City

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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held earlier this month.

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Tuesday, May 14, 201305/14/2013

Ellsworth Cuts Affecting Area Contractors

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The sequester cuts have affected organizations, building plans, and airmen.

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Tuesday, May 14, 201305/14/2013

Three Mountain Lions Killed In Keystone

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The lions had confronted dogs and killed deer on city streets in the southwestern South Dakota town.

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Monday, May 13, 201305/13/2013

Statewide Reading Challenge To Kick Off

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The challenge promotes students’ reading levels rather than number of books read.

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Monday, May 13, 201305/13/2013

Mitchell School Board To Meet Monday Night

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The board will take a first look at the 2013-14 budget.

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Saturday, May 11, 201305/11/2013

Ten Arrested In Watertown Investigation

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The ten were arrested on various charges in Watertown on Thursday.

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Saturday, May 11, 201305/11/2013

Parkston Fire Ruled Accidental

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The fire killed 64-year old Kathie Neal on Wednesday.

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Friday, May 10, 201305/10/2013

Mitchell Crimestoppers Crime Of The Week

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Police are looking for the person or persons who stole fender flares from two different vehicles.

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Longtime Mitchell High School Teacher Roger Allen Passes Away

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He died in Sioux Falls under hospice care on Friday.

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Senate Candidates Hold Debate In Vermillion

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Topics included the EB-5 program, Congressional gridlock, and immigration reform.

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South Dakota Voters To Decide On Deadwood Gambling Expansion

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Supporters say the new games would attract younger players.

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MTI Foundation Receives Record-Setting Gift

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Earl Nordby of Huron and his family donated $1 million dollars to the school.