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Free Admission To Mitchell’s Tourist Attractions May 11-12

May 4-13 is National Travel and Tourism Week.  Mitchell Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Jacki Miskimins says it is a week to focus on local residents with various promotions.  One promotion is free admission to Mitchell’s tourist attractions on May 11-12.  Business owners may be interested in attending a workshop with Bill Graham about how to reach customers better called “Improve Your Likeability- Improve Your Impact.”  The workshop will be split into two sessions – morning and afternoon – on Monday, May 13 at the Highland Conference Center.  To register, log on to www.mitchellchamber.com.

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Renee Robbins and Tim Smith, together with News Director Bill Lurken, host the KMIT morning show, with an entertaining combination of information, music, contests, special guests, news and weather.

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