City spending was a big topic of discussion.
The former Corn Palace director was given a 30-day suspended jail sentence.
The 30-year old man set a Mitchell apartment building on fire last year.
The six candidates for Mitchell School Board discussed several issues.
The assessment will help determine what federal aid will be available.
Sentencing is set for August.
A new building will house Anytime Fitness, two other businesses, and a new visitors' center.
Idaho education official Michael Rush begins his new duties on June 29.
Evidence will be heard in the case on Wednesday.
Tonight's meeting begins at 7:30 at City Hall.
One of nine barns owned by Dakota Layers tested positive for avian influenza.
The attorney general would not release details of Richard Benda's suicide to a Pierre reporter.
Volunteer efforts will focus on helping residents pick up yard debris.
Year-to-date sales tax growth is more than expected.
The farms are in Yankton and Hutchinson Counties.
84 structures were damaged in Sunday's storm.
South Dakota has the fifth-most land in farms with 43.3 million acres.
Residents have been allowed to return to their homes.
Monday's meeting begins at 4:30 pm at the MCTEA building.
About 20 buildings were damaged in Sunday's storm.