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...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Nebraska...south Dakota... Missouri River Near Greenwood Missouri River Near Verdel Missouri River At Niobrara Missouri River At Springfield ...Read More.
Effective: November 11, 2019 at 8:10amExpires: November 12, 2019 at 12:09pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Mitchell Police identify assault suspect

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at approx. 1:30 p.m., Officers with the Mitchell Police Division arrested 37-year-old Jay Joseph Peneaux, for the offenses of Aggravated Assault and Abuse of or Cruelty to a Minor.  The arrest stemmed from an incident that occurred at approximately 10:56 p.m. on November 5, 2019 at a residence located on …

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Dakota Wesleyan University opens International Recruitment Office

Dakota Wesleyan University is expanding its global footprint with the opening of its first international recruitment office. Through a partnership with DWU alum and former board of trustee member, Dr. John Ifediora, DWU has officially opened an international recruitment office in Abuja, Nigeria. Ifediora is leading the efforts in Africa with the help of two …

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300 block of North Main set to close Tuesday for building demolition

Portions of Main Street and Third Avenue will be closed to traffic during the demolition of buildings in that area. The entire intersection at Main Street and Third Avenue will be closed beginning Tuesday, Nov. 12 for the project, which is expected to take a week. Main Street will be closed from approximately the middle …

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Red Sox say Pedroia hopes to return next season

Red Sox say Pedroia hopes to return next season

Cowboys staring at same old playoff path after loss to Vikes

Cowboys staring at same old playoff path after loss to Vikes

Jets, Gase take positive step with win, but lots more to do

Jets, Gase take a positive step with win over Giants, but have lots more work to do to turn things around

MDA doing what it can during natural gas curtailment

Minnesota Ag Commissioner Thom Petersen calls the curtailing of natural gas for grain drying “par for the course” as a difficult harvest drags on. “I mean with the late planting, the rains and snows, and everything else it’s just really frustrating and another punch in the gut for some of these farmers.” Responding to news …

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No. 14 Michigan knows Michigan State can still be dangerous

No. 14 Michigan is a double-digit favorite this weekend against Michigan State, but the Wolverines are being careful not to say too much

Griffin, Rose return for Pistons against Minnesota

Blake Griffin is back in the lineup for the Detroit Pistons for the first time this season

Snow cancels over 1,200 Chicago flights; temperatures to plunge in Midwest, South, Northeast

ABC News(NEW YORK) — Snow has cancelled nearly 1,200 flights in Chicago Monday and more than 1,500 nationwide as those from the Midwest to the South to the Northeast brace for a major temperature plunge. A quick-moving storm has brought accumulating snow to the Midwest and the Rockies, transforming highways into sheets of ice and …

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NCAA denies Alabama appeal on Jahvon Quinerly eligibility

The NCAA has denied Alabama’s appeal seeking immediate eligibility for Villanova transfer point guard Jahvon Quinerly

Junkyard Dawgs: No. 5 Georgia’s stellar D a team effort

While it may lack star power, No. 5 Georgia has one of the nation’s top defenses

Woman selling churros at NYC subway station handcuffed by officers, video shows

Sofia B. Newman(NEW YORK) — A video of NYPD transit officers handcuffing a woman selling churros at a Brooklyn subway station is causing outrage on Twitter as people criticize the police department. In the video, a woman is seen crying as the officers confiscate her cart and lead her away in handcuffs at the Broad …

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No. 24 Hoosiers end Top 25 drought but don’t intend to stop there

Indiana Hoosiers coach Tom Allen congratulated his players for ending one streak. He quickly urged them to start a new one.

Harris returns home to become new Giants GM

Harris returns home to become new Giants GM

Minnesota agronomist concerned about fallow syndrome

An agronomist is concerned about fallow syndrome in fields that remained bare this year. Harmon Wilts with AsGrow/Dekalb in western Minnesota says there were a lot of prevent plant acres in the southwest corner of the state, and for some the wet conditions persisted well into the growing season. “As it kept raining and raining, …

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Soybean Cyst Nematode footprint getting bigger

The geographic footprint of one of the biggest yield threats to soybeans is getting bigger. Greg Tylka with the SCN Coalition says he’s about to update his map to reflect the expansion of Soybean Cyst Nematode in North America. “I’m not completely done with my survey of all my colleagues throughout the U.S. and Canada, …

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Missouri banker on why some farmers faring better

Some producers are faring better than others in the down ag economy and Missouri banker Tony Hotchkiss says it’s not so much the commodity or the geography that makes a difference. “Those that I see that are managing through the best are the ones who have really taken to heart the farm business IQ component …

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Not to worry about cold weather biodiesel performance

Tom Steever spoke to Christine Tew, Communications Director, Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council, who says people don’t need to worry about biodiesel performance in cold weather. Many years ago, biodiesel users in northern climates had issues with wintertime gelling and filter clogging. Tew says that’s no longer the case. To find out more, visit mosoy.org. Brought to you …

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Cattle futures supported by stronger cash trade

At the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, live cattle ended the day higher supported by the recent momentum in the cash trade.  Feeder cattle were higher on the same factors with support from the weak move in corn.  December live cattle closed $.62 higher at $119.87 and February live cattle closed $.65 higher at $125.67.  November feeder …

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Irad Ortiz Jr. rides 5 winners at Aqueduct

Irad Ortiz Jr. rode five winners at Aqueduct on Monday, the second time he’s had that many in a day this year

Bears maintain focus after flawed 20-13 victory over Lions

Mitchell Trubisky’s quick burst of 3 touchdown passes still leaves Bears’ offense wanting more sustained success

BART riders hold lunchtime ‘eat-in’ protest after man detained for eating sandwich on train platform

YIMBY Mobility Member(SAN FRANCISCO) —  After a viral video that showed a man being handcuffed and detained last week by transit police for eating a sandwich on a train platform in Northern California, the public hosted a lunchtime “eat-in” protest. Foster shared his experience with ABC News San Francisco affiliate KGO. “I was just up …

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