Change will not results in loss of services, hospital officials stress
Mayor Bob Everson said revenue made from the sale of the lots, if voters approve the ballot measure in June, would be used to fund future Lake Mitchell clean up efforts.
Jason Bates, Mike Bathke and Kimberly Lofgren are the trio of candidates vying for a seat to represent ward 3, while Susan Tjarks and Don Everson are competing for ward 4.
'Nobody could touch me': Burke/Gregory’s Owen Hansen is the Mitchell Republic’s 2023 wrestler of the year
For completing a 43-0 senior season in his chase for a third-straight state championship — the second-straight at 132 pounds — Hansen was chosen as the 2023 Mitchell Republic wrestler of the year.
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The sun has the power to give us what we need, but it’s also powerful enough to disrupt our way of life here on earth.
Climate change brings some benefits, some detriments to agriculture in the northern Plains. Midwest climatology experts see that change is here and farmers are taking notice.
“Both groups did an amazing job and really impressed a lot of people,” Band Director Ryan Stahle said. “I couldn’t be more proud of these amazing young adults and amazing musicians.”
The Dakota Spotlight podcast reviews what evidence Grand Forks County submitted against Travis Stay when he was arrested for the murder of Joel Lovelien in 2007.
“The key thing is for people to remain calm,” South Dakota Bankers Association president Karl Adam said from Washington, D.C., where he met with Sens. Mike Rounds and John Thune.
Summer studies allow a group of lawmakers to gain context on important topics and bring in different sets of expertise. This year, they'll focus on nursing home sustainability and county issues.
To win the party's nomination, Trump will likely have to broaden his support beyond the 25%-30% of the Republican electorate generally thought to be in his corner no matter what.
Announcement is welcome news for South Dakota waterfowl hunters
China’s imports of U.S. soybeans were up 8 percent by volume last year but its corn import volumes dropped 16 percent and wheat fell 13 percent.
Dakota Wesleyan baseball looks for shoveling help at Drake Field to allow Tigers to get some home games
After more than 3 1/2 months with snow on the ground, the college baseball team is itching to play some home games