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Wednesday, December 10, 201412/10/2014

Aye, Caramba! Amazing “Simpson’s” tattoo!

Check out the record-setting attempt by a cartoon-loving man.


Friday, December 5, 201412/05/2014

“Everybody Loves Mike”

Read the full article on why Mike Miller is loved in the NBA.

SD sign

Wednesday, December 3, 201412/03/2014

Mitchell Native Jill (Theeler) Schlekeway To Be Inducted Into SD Sports Hall Of Fame

Theeler is among 21 people to be inducted.

fire truck

Monday, December 1, 201412/01/2014

Haag family fire donations

Get information on how you can help the family recover.


Tuesday, November 4, 201411/04/2014

Any Elizabeth Gallaghers out there?

If you’ve got the right name, you could travel around the world!


Wednesday, October 15, 201410/15/2014

Woman gives birth to twins – without knowing she was pregnant!

Read the full story and see pictures of the adorable babies!


Friday, October 10, 201410/10/2014

Actor sings Garth Brooks!

Watch James Marsden sing a Garth classic with Lady Antebellum.


Thursday, October 9, 201410/09/2014

Harvest Lunch in Kimball

Check out pics from the First Harvest Lunch of the year!


Thursday, October 9, 201410/09/2014

World’s Most Expensive Burger!

Check out the “Glamburger” being offered in England.


Wednesday, October 8, 201410/08/2014

Cricket pulled from man’s ear!

Watch the video of pulling a live cricket out of a man’s ear!

The Morning Show

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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