STAFF BLOG FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY Daily Republic receives top award in 2013 SDNA newspaper contest
MITCHELL, S.D. - The Daily Republic has been judged the best small daily newspaper in South Dakota for the fourth consecutive year.
During a recent ceremony held at Mount Rushmore, the Mitchell newspa... Posted on 5/10/13 at 8:35 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Massacre of Historic Bridges in the USA Underway?
At the beginning of this year, fellow pontist James Baughn predicted in his website, the Historic and Notable Bridges of the US, that there would be fewer demolitions for 2013, providing hope for ma... Posted on 1/22/13 at 6:08 AM
STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Schafer to speak at S.D. conference on Bakken opportunities
RAPID CITY, S.D. Former North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer will be the keynote speaker Dec. 11 for a conference in Rapid City to explore the Bakken oil boom and opportunities it presents for small business... Posted on 12/4/12 at 10:05 AM
CUTE 'N' COMFY Early holiday with a 'goodbye'
Last week I found out that my big brother landed a job in Pierre, S.D., and that he would be moving very soon to start working. So, I planned a trip home with Robert to visit with him one last time be... Posted on 11/17/12 at 11:03 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Jobs returning to politicians' radar
This year started with Minnesota political leaders emphasizing the need to create jobs, but the states deficit problem sidetracked much of that talk.
Now, Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican l... Posted on 8/19/11 at 10:34 AM
Eric Robert, who beat a South Dakota prison guard with a pipe and covered his head in plastic wrap to kill him during a failed escape attempt, was put to death Monday in the state’s first execution since 2007.
Authorities say an 18-year-old South Dakota high school student stockpiled weapons and wrote about wanting to blow up his school, target individuals he hated, rape women and "become the world's most infamous sociopath."
Everett Vande Voort, 74, became trapped in a bin of swirling corn earlier this month on his farm near Beaver Creek. Banker David O’Hara says he thought something might be wrong when he got to the farm and saw grain augers were running but there was no sign of Vande Voort.
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