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bicycle

Tuesday, December 10, 201312/10/2013

Backwards Bicycle Rider!

Watch Eskil ride 50 mph on a bicycle backwards!

thermometer

Monday, December 9, 201312/09/2013

Mitchell Sets Low Temperature Record

The -18 low temp broke the previous low of -12 that was set in 1908.

birds

Friday, December 6, 201312/06/2013

Wind Cave National Park To Hold Bird Count

The count will take place on December 15.

pheasant

Friday, December 6, 201312/06/2013

Pheasant Summit Being Held In Huron

About 500 people are expected to attend.

power line

Tuesday, December 3, 201312/03/2013

1,300 Without Power In Mitchell On Monday Night

Power was restored around 8 pm.

freezing rain - tree

Monday, December 2, 201312/02/2013

Heavy Snow Expected In Northern SD

All of North Dakota is under a travel alert due to freezing rain and snow.

Marty Jackley

Friday, November 29, 201311/29/2013

Atty Gen Jackley Encourges Consumers To Do Holiday Shopping With Care

He has several holiday shopping tips for consumers.

SD sign

Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013

Governor Daugaard Asks South Dakotans To Be Safe This Holiday Weekend

The national Thanksgiving Day holiday fatality reporting period begins at 6 pm Wednesday.

garbage truck

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

City Of Mitchell Garbage Collection Schedule For Holiday

Thursday and Friday garbage will be collected on Friday.

christmas lights

Tuesday, November 26, 201311/26/2013

Christmas lights World Record!

See what over half a million lights looks like!

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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The Sugarland star has parted ways with the label after 11 years.