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Mitchell Native Gary Owens Dies

He was a nationally known broadcaster on television and radio.


Two Dead In Lennox Shooting Incident

Two others are injured.


Death Penalty Repeal Bill Defeated

The legislature declined to repeal the death penalty last year as well.


State House Approves Concealed Pistol Proposal

It now goes to the Senate side.


Lawyer Asks Judge To Let Her Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Take Effect Immediately

Minneapolis attorney Josh Newville filed a motion on Tuesday.

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Governor Establishes Council To Study Indian Education

The council will report its findings by December 1st.


Death Penalty Legislation To Be Heard Wednesday

Last year's Legislature rejected an effort to repeal the death penalty in South Dakota.

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Slippery Conditions Cause Some School Delays In SD

Freezing rain coated roads in some parts of South Dakota on Tuesday morning.


Mitchell School Board Approves K-12 Calendar For 2015-16

The upcoming K-12 school year calendar is similar to recent years.


Mitchell Crime Stoppers Asking For Public’s Help In Burglary

A cash reward is available if it leads to the arrest of the suspect involved.

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Sanford Makes Philanthropy List

The 79-year old ranked 15th on the list.


Mitchell School Board To Discuss 2015-16 Calendar

The Mitchell School Board will meet Monday evening at 5 pm at the MCTEA building located across from Mitchell Senior…

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Icy Roads Causing Accidents On Monday

Road conditions could remain slick through Tuesday.

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Group Formed To Confront Racism In Rapid City

The group was formed by former Oglala Sioux Tribe President Bryan Brewer.

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Mitchell Man Faces Several Charges In Wednesday Incident

21-year old Myles Tuttle faces at least four charges including grand theft and DUI.

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MTI Named A 2015 STEM Jobs Approved College

STEM jobs are careers related to science, technology, engineering, and math.


SD Legislative Committee Approves Lawmaker Compensation Increase

The measure passed without any objections.


Berget Asks For Delay In Execution

He was sentenced to death for the killing of a penitentiary guard in 2011.


Federal Appeals Court To Hear SD Gay Marriage Ban Appeal

The cases for South Dakota, Missouri, and Arkansas have been combined.

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