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City ends work on valuation appeals

Anyone in the market for property in downtown Mitchell should have attended the two nights of assessment appeals that wrapped up Wednesday.
Property owners repeatedly offered to sell their land and buildings as they discussed their assessments. The meetings were held at the north campus of Mitchell Technical Institute.
Robert Schoenfelder, who owns the Midtown Plaza at 400 N. Main St., asked Wednesday to have his assessment dropped to $525,000, and the board agreed to recommend that figure.

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An already sad story from Menno has taken a sadder twist after a 911 call center worker admitted that his mistake cost emergency responders about a half-hour of wasted time when responding to a fire earlier this week.

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Opinion: Scrubbing the blemishes

WASHINGTON — The missile strikes that inaugurated America’s latest attempt at regime change were launched 29 days before the 50th anniversary of another such — the Bay of Pigs of April 17, 1961. Then the hubris of American planners was proportional to their ignorance of everything relevant, from Cuban sentiment to Cuba’s geography. The fiasco was a singularly feckless investment of American power.

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Opinion: President’s trip from tyrant to weakling

WASHINGTON — After two years of being called a tyrant and a dictator, President Obama returns to Washington from a five-day overseas trip to find he has become a weakling.
Would-be opponents such as Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty and Sarah Palin had been trying out this somewhat contradictory line of attack for more than a month, as Obama gave mixed signals about events in Egypt and Libya. But the “weak leader” charge gained traction last weekend as Obama chose to launch the attack on Gaddafi’s forces while on an adventure in South America with family.

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WEDNESDAY'S BRIEFS: Meeting to discuss co-op today in Mount Vernon

MOUNT VERNON — A meeting to discuss the potential of a co-op between the Mount Vernon and Plankinton high school athletic teams is scheduled for today at 7:30 at the Tom Young Center in Mount Vernon. The meeting is open to the public.

Catching Up: A Look at Former Area Athletes

Southern Utah University’s Brooke Cersosimo earned an individual title on the balance beam at the Great West Conference gymnastics meet Saturday in San Jose, Calif.

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