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Thursday, November 21, 201311/21/2013

Davison County Fairgrounds Athletic Training Proposal Moves Forward

The proposal was made by Mitchell resident Scott Houwman.

DWU

Tuesday, November 19, 201311/19/2013

Cimpl Named GPAC Coach Of The Year

Fourteen DWU football players earned honors.

Monday, November 18, 201311/18/2013

City Council To Meet Monday Night

Committee meetings begin at 5:45 pm at City Hall.

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Thursday, November 14, 201311/14/2013

Boy speaks fluent ‘backwards!’

Watch a boy fluently speak English backwards!

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Tuesday, November 12, 201311/12/2013

Awards Presented During Davison County Veterans Day Luncheon

The luncheon was held on Monday at the Davison County Fairgrounds.

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Monday, November 11, 201311/11/2013

Freedom Award Nominations Being Taken

The award recognizes employers who are military-friendly.

Friday, November 8, 201311/08/2013

Corn Palace Restoration Project Approved By Historic Preservation Commission

The city council approved a $7 million project for Mitchell’s tourist attraction.

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Tuesday, November 5, 201311/05/2013

Parts Of State Get Wintry Weather

Snowfall totals ranged from one to eight inches.

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Tuesday, October 29, 201310/29/2013

Farm Director Doug Cunningham at Harvest Lunch

Farm Director Doug Cunningham  has brought another delicious Harvest Lunch to an area farmer.

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Friday, October 25, 201310/25/2013

SD High School Playoffs Pairings Set

Mitchell travels to Yankton on Thursday night in first round.

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.

E-mail Renee with any questions, comments, or requests at: renee@kmit.com

Billy can be reached at: news@kmit.com

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