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Dakotafest panelists tout potential of Aberdeen plant

Walt Bones was sitting in a New Zealand airport recently when he ordered a hamburger from McDonald’s. When he opened the packaging, he found a picture of a rancher who provided the beef for the burger.

The Daily Republic, 08/19/2011

California man admits to assaults in Armour

ARMOUR — An 18-year-old California man has pleaded guilty to two counts of simple assault in connection with two July Fourth incidents in Armour.

The Daily Republic, 08/19/2011

Work on facility to load grain by Kimball under way

Work on a massive grainloading facility has begun this week between Kimball and White Lake.

The Daily Republic, 08/18/2011

Diaz pleads not guilty to 2009 murder of Guevara

16-year-old Jasmine Guevara was burned in the trunk of her car with a knive still in her throat from an earlier stabbing.

The Daily Republic, 08/11/2011

Mitchell school board takes no action on money plan

The proposed budget for the Mitchell School District’s 2011-2012 year met with little questioning at the board’s public meeting Monday.

The Daily Republic, 08/09/2011

Mitchell's ‘Dummerslam’ hits snag; previous year’s events were technically illegal

For three years, Jason Bates has been the owner and operator of Big Dummy’s, a Main Street Mitchell bar where darts are thrown and beers are served. But, once a year, Bates dons an orange beret and becomes “Dupae Rupa, the Belgian Brawler,” a wrestler who headlines the annual Dummerslam wrestling event held in the bar’s outdoor beer garden.

The Daily Republic, 08/09/2011

Janklow has been given four tickets since fatal crash in 2003

The speeding ticket received by Bill Janklow in June was at least his fourth in four years within South Dakota since his probation ended for a fatal Moody County crash. The list of his arrests and court cases since 1989 is nine pages long.

The Daily Republic, 08/08/2011

Mitchell eatery serving food again; health code violations fixed

A Mitchell restaurant is again serving food this week after shutting down food service for two weeks because of a health code violation.

The Daily Republic, 08/06/2011

Bill Janklow cited for speeding, going 80 mph in a 65 mph zone in Clay County

Former Gov. Bill Janklow, convicted of manslaughter in 2003 after speeding through a stop sign, has a well-documented history of driving faster than the law allows.

The Daily Republic, 08/06/2011

Clerical error blamed for arrest of Springs’ Superintendent Witte

The superintendent of the Wessington Springs School District received a suspended imposition of sentence Tuesday in Mitchell for driving with a revoked license, in what appeared to be a case of clerical confusion.

The Daily Republic, 08/03/2011

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