Creighton University’s Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Leadership honored DWU President Amy Novak with its inaugural Seagren-Joekel-Ihrig Award for Best Interdisciplinary Leadership Dissertation.
The wife of a Davison County sheriff’s deputy was injured in an incident involving his gun.
16-month-old German Shepard joins Mitchell PD
There’s a new nose for crime at the Mitchell Police Department, as a new officer is added to the ranks.
Mitchell City Council members say they feel no need to review police protocol for pursuits in the wake of two recent chases that resulted in crashes, injuries and a fatality.
Volunteer members of the South Dakota National Guard are holding a food drive across the state.
John Lushbough, of Vermillion, was named this year’s McGovern South Dakota Hunger Ambassador Award-winner.
The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) and Hauff Mid-America Sports are proud to announce the following baseball player and pitcher-of-the-week for April 6-12, 2015.
The school board in Mitchell has awarded the construction bid for a fine arts center, despite the project being over budget.
A longtime leader in technical education in the Dakotas is the new president of Mitchell Technical Institute in South Dakota.
A Mitchell man accused of driving drunk, fleeing police and causing a three-vehicle crash has pleaded not guilty to several charges.
Dakota Wesleyan pitcher Lorissa Loeppky and Northwestern shortstop Jensen Boger are the pitcher and player of the week respectively.
A South Dakota ag equipment business is celebrating 100 years of selling tractors, combines, implements and other gear.
A grand jury has indicted the former director of the Corn Palace tourist attraction in Mitchell on a petty theft charge, and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Attorney General Marty Jackley and Hanson County State’s Attorney Jim Davies announced Monday they will not seek the death penalty for Alexander Salgado.
A church in southeastern South Dakota is spending $125,000 to restore roughly 70 stained glass windows that are more 100 years old.
A Mitchell man is facing felony charges for allegedly drunkenly fleeing police in his car and crashing into two other vehicles.
A Mitchell man accused of starting a fire in a Main Street apartment building has pleaded guilty to reckless burning and simple assault.
The 2015 spring season for the Dakota Wesleyan University women’s golf team got started last weekend, with a Tiger golfer putting together one of the best performances in school history.
Persuit Called Off Before Crash
Mitchell police broke off a high speed chase early Friday afternoon, but the driver they were chasing ended up crashing a short time later. One of the three cars involved in the accident was an unmarked police car.
A Mitchell man who died when he fled from police and crashed into a parked car had a history of running from law officers.