Advertise in Print | Subscriptions

Seth Tupper

Seth Tupper has been the editor of The Daily Republic since April 1, 2010. He has worked at the newspaper since 2003 in capacities including region editor, city hall reporter and assistant editor.
Contact

next »

Articles

Daily Republic wins judgment against city

Judge adopts newspaper’s interpretation of open-meetings law.

RELATED CONTENT

Mitchell's George McGovern, 1972 presidential nominee, dead at 90

George Stanley McGovern, who rose from small-town roots in Avon and Mitchell to the highest heights of American politics, died Sunday morning at a Sioux Falls hospice facility from a combination of medical conditions associated with his age. He was 90.

RELATED CONTENT

Mitchell zeroes in on city hall site at First and Rowley

City government officials have obtained purchase options that could place a new city hall in the southwest section of downtown Mitchell.

RELATED CONTENT

Increase sought in Opportunity Scholarship

The executive director of the Board of Regents hopes to “significantly” increase the amount of a popular state-funded scholarship.

RELATED CONTENT

Q&A: SDSU president says salaries, enrollment driving up costs

David Chicoine acknowledges some students in danger of being priced out of college degree.

RELATED CONTENT

GOP official joins with Democrats to support open government

PIERRE — The Republican governor’s chief of staff and a Democratic leader in the Legislature agree that public bodies should be allowed to keep minutes during closed-door meetings, but some Republican legislative leaders oppose the idea.

RELATED CONTENT

Surviving Mathis child says father is innocent of murders

Duane Mathis interviewed for first time about 1981 deaths of his mother, brothers. He says his father kept photos of the family members who were killed and faithfully put flowers on their graves.

RELATED CONTENT

Construction anticipated on grain project near Kimball

KIMBALL — At least one massive grain-loading facility will be built soon between Kimball and White Lake, and another could be built northwest of Kimball, according to backers of the respective projects.

RELATED CONTENT

Olson apologizes for 'hate democracy' comment

City Councilman Mel Olson apologized Monday for earlier saying that people who want a city manager “hate democracy.”

RELATED CONTENT

One-third of students at GBR out sick today; virus suspected

Mitchell School District and state health officials are investigating the cause of an illness that has one-third of the students at Gertie Belle Rogers Elementary out sick today.

RELATED CONTENT

next »

Columns

TUPPER: Love me? Make me a mix tape

New technology just can’t capture that old magic.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Downtown Mitchell needs sidewalk wine service -- really

During an hour-long debate over an ordinance to allow wine consumption on sidewalks adjacent to restaurants downtown, Olson said he wished Seth Meyers was there for an edition of “Really!?!”

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Don’t run, Stephanie

Be the rare public figure who talks about family and means it; or, quit talking about it.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Mitchell’s history, one frame at a time

Daily Republic project aims to preserve 30 years’ worth of photo negatives.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Tim Johnson’s vague wording may have been veiled preview of son’s candidacy

If Tim Johnson steps aside and his seat falls to the Republican Rounds, South Dakota’s entire congressional delegation will consist of youthful-looking, ambitious and popular Republicans: Rounds, Sen. John Thune and Rep. Kristi Noem.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: News will live forever, even if paper doesn't

Stories about the decline of printed products are as clichéd as the stiffly coiffed hair atop a television anchor’s head.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: More words, meanings and whatnot

Readers contribute to expanded South Dakota Dictionary.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Daugaard’s comparison has valuable, and unintended, lessons

The federal government is like a $24,000 wage earner who is spending $35,000 per year and has $163,000 on a credit card.

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Moving beyond polarization

Did decades-old reforms cement our partisan divide?

RELATED CONTENT

TUPPER: Another McGovern nudges into SD spotlight

Few candidates in South Dakota are as intriguing right now as Matt McGovern. Granted, he’s only running for the Public Utilities Commission, which some voters don’t even know exists, but he’s got a couple of things going for him.

RELATED CONTENT