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Temperatures across southeastern South Dakota varied between 20 and 32 degrees from 9 a.m. Wednesday, but winds remained fairly low, with a maximum gust of 28 mph measured in Mitchell."It's a small hardship, if you call it a hardship," Altenburg said. We live in South Dakota."Ferguson doesn't see any major snowstorms on the horizon.
(Matt Gade / Forum News Service)The winter storm that arrived in central South Dakota Tuesday afternoon left large snow totals across the region, including 7.4 inches in Mitchell, according to Meteorologist Alex Ferguson with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls. 10, 2013, when Mitchell was hit with 9.6 inches of snow, Ferguson said.
Classes for the Mitchell School District, Mitchell Technical Institute, John Paul II Elementary School and Dakota Wesleyan University were canceled Wednesday.
After being elected to Congress, she continued her education, taking online courses and receiving credits for her work as a representative – leading the Washington Post to dub her Capitol Hill's "Most Powerful Intern." In 2006, she won a seat in the South Dakota House of Representatives representing the 6th District (comprising parts of Beadle, Clark, Codington, Hamlin, and Kingsbury counties, but not including the city of Watertown).
In 2006, she won ranked first with 39% of the vote.
According to the Daily Caller, Noem was noted for being a tough and knowledgeable state legislator.