KMIT’s Annual Ag Appreciation Banquet

KMIT’s Annual Ag Appreciation Banquet

Area farm producers, you could be a guest at KMIT’s Annual Ag Appreciation Banquet!

The banquet will be held Tuesday, November 12th at a new location – the Highland Conference Center… featuring free food & lots of great prizes. And this year’s banquet will also feature a brand-new kind of entertainment!
You could be one of our 400 guests of the KMIT’s Ag Banquet by registering today at:

Great Plains Lumber and Supply in Stickney
Farmers Alliance
A-1 Spraying Of Stickney
Davison County Implement
Farm Credit Services of America

Hegg Insurance
Commercial State Bank of Wagner
Morris Equipment, LLC of Mitchell
Poet Biorefining of Mitchell
Home Federal Bank

Farmer’s Elevator in Mt. Vernon
Scotts Supply
Ethan Coop Lumber
Mettler Implement of Mitchell
Midwest Ag Center in Platte

Campbell’s Supply
Agronomy Plus
Fulton Farmers Elevator
Dakota Sales & Rental of Corsica
Palace Moto Sports

Fulton State Bank
Dakota Crop Insurance
Lakeview Vet Clinic
Meyers Oil Company
Titan Machinery in Platte

Agland Coop of Ethan, Parkston, Delmont, and Armour
Mitchell Livestock Auction
Maxwell & Bowar Agency
First National Bank South Dakota in Mitchell and Woonsocket
Puthoff Repair Sales & Service of Salem

Henke Tractor & Repair of Parkston
South Dakota Center for Farm/Ranch Management
Community Bank of Avon

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: July 31

WENN

A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

in Music

HBO documentary, concert special to focus on U2

16-overlay8

The Irish rockers are set to take fans behind the scenes of their current iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE world tour.

in Music

Gregg Allman heading to Georgia Music Hall of Fame

greggallman

The Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards celebrate homegrown musicians who have made significant contributions to the industry.

in Music

Watch 1,000 people play ‘Learn to Fly’

23-overlay20

This is the most amazing Foo Fighters tribute band ever.

in National

FBI understaffed to tackle cyber threats

fbiwanted

The FBI is struggling to attract computer scientists to its cybersecurity program mainly due to low pay, a report by the U.S. Department of Justice shows.