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Three in court for drug deal gone awry

Two people involved in a burglary that stemmed from a drug deal gone bad were sentenced, and a third pleaded guilty to a charge Tuesday at the Davison County Public Safety Center in Mitchell.

The Daily Republic, 07/13/2011

Gas detection averts disaster

Meter reader praised for saving lives with quick action after police evacuated the 800 block of North Duff Street Friday in Mitchell.

The Daily Republic, 07/08/2011

Masked attacker arrested in Armour

ARMOUR — A California man accused of assaulting a juvenile and attacking another woman has pleaded not guilty to four charges.

The Daily Republic, 07/07/2011

Mitchell woman charged with attack on officer requests new lawyer

A Mitchell woman accused of striking a police officer in the face with a feminine hygiene product has requested a new court-appointed attorney.

The Daily Republic, 07/07/2011

Local mom returns home after overseas duty; husband still in Afghanistan

As soon as she sees her father’s face, 2-year-old Addison smiles and waves. “Hi, Daddy.” But her father, Andrew Schmaltz, isn’t physically in the room. He’s still serving in Afghanistan as part of the U.S. Army Reserve 452nd Ordnance Co.

The Daily Republic, 07/06/2011

Q&A: Corrections Secretary Kaemingk says rehabilitation key in corrections

Denny Kaemingk was a Mitchell police officer and later chairman of the South Dakota Board of Pardons and Paroles before becoming the secretary of the Department of Corrections in April.

The Daily Republic, 07/02/2011

Fire chief pleads no contest to assault on police chief

OLIVET — A Delmont man pleaded no contest to assaulting a law enforcement officer who was allegedly having an affair with the man’s wife.

The Daily Republic, 07/01/2011

Judge OKs most statements at issue in Scotland child’s death

Chris Miller awaits trial for murder of infant son, Jacob; defense claims a drunk mother is to blame.

The Daily Republic, 06/30/2011

Thune tours flooded homes, says ‘There’s got to be a reckoning’

FORT PIERRE — Merle Scheiber spent more than $75,000 and three years remodeling his home on North Frontier Road in Fort Pierre.

The Daily Republic, 06/27/2011

Gas prices lower in Sioux Falls than elsewhere

Gas prices are expected to decrease in the coming month, according to a spokesman for AAA, but that might not mean the gap between prices in Sioux Falls and other South Dakota locations will close.

The Daily Republic, 06/25/2011

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