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Sabers Rescinds Resignation

The city rejected the letter rescinding the resignation.


Mitchell Indoor Swimming Pool Election Date Set

The election will be held on December 8th.

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Executive Session Features Citizen Input

The input focused on the resignation of Corn Palace Director Dan Sabers.

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Platte Family Deaths From Gunshot Wounds

Five of the deaths have been ruled homicides.

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House Fire Kills Family Of Six Near Platte

The victims are Scott and Nicole Westerhuis and their four children.


Three Men Arrested After Sioux Falls Armed Robberies

The robberies occurred early Thursday morning.


Chamberlain Couple Charged With Felony Child Abuse

A 4-year old was left in an SUV outside a bar for about five hours.

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Mitchell Man Arrested For Sexual Contact With Six-Year Old

John Fredericks faces a possible 15 years in prison.


Mitchell School Evacuated After Gas Leak Report

The gas leak report causing Gertie Belle Rogers to be evacuated was inaccurate.

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Wessington Springs Votes In Favor Of Infrastructure Renovation

The vote was 206-32 in favor of the project.

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Questions Remain Surrounding Corn Palace Director Resignation

Dan Sabers resigned on Friday after only eight months on the job.

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SD Game, Fish And Parks Department Debuts Smartphone Option For Licenses

Hard copies of the licenses are still accepted.

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