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Korean War vets gathered to remember

Label ‘The Forgotten War’ doesn’t sit well with the people who served.

The Daily Republic, 08/01/2011

Second Guevara murder suspect, Maricela Diaz, moved to adult court

Attorney General Marty Jackley and Hanson County States Attorney Jim Davies announced today that Maricela N. Diaz, 16, Ft. Wayne, Indiana/ Guanajuato, Mexico, made her initial appearance in adult court on the charges contained in the complaint for the murder of Jasmine Guevara, 16, Mitchell.

The Daily Republic, 07/27/2011

Food stamp usage up 58 percent in S. Dakota

Enrollment in a federal program that provides food assistance increased by 58 percent in South Dakota between 2007 and 2010, according to the results of a study released this week.

The Daily Republic, 07/26/2011

‘He had his hand on my throat’

Victims of July 4 Armour attacks testify in court.

The Daily Republic, 07/22/2011

Local 18-year-old accused of sexual contact with three minors from May to July

A Mitchell man accused of having sexual contact with three minors in less than two months is likely to be facing at least one felony rape charge.

The Daily Republic, 07/21/2011

Missing South Dakota toddler found after search in Plankinton cornfield

PLANKINTON — The search for a 2-year-old Plankinton boy whose disappearance attracted nearly 200 volunteer searchers to a cornfield near the town ended with a happy ending this morning.

The Daily Republic, 07/18/2011

Dually’s back: Injured horse, Halweg return to Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo

Wendy Halweg smiled as her horse, Dually, casually drank out of a white bucket Friday morning at the Horseman’s Sports Arena in Mitchell. The horse’s mane had been lovingly made into a series of braids. When someone pointed that out, Halweg smiled again.

The Daily Republic, 07/15/2011

Midco ups ante with 100 mbps internet downloads

Mitchell Telecom says it retains lead in upload speed.

The Daily Republic, 07/15/2011

Washington family surprised with free rodeo tickets, hotel stay

The Simonson family planned to travel through Mitchell toward Wyoming on Thursday, but the lights of a Davison County Sheriff’s vehicle changed that.

The Daily Republic, 07/14/2011

Mitchell woman granted rare suspended sentence for 3rd DUI

A Mitchell woman who admitted to third-offense driving under the influence was granted a rare suspended imposition of sentence by Judge Sean O’Brien on Tuesday at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell.

The Daily Republic, 07/14/2011

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