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St. Martins’ Recycling Habit Creates Living Space

With a passion for maintaining the authenticity of original elements, Beth and Mark St. Martin began renovating the upper level of the north Street Graphex building about one year ago. The couple, along with an army of friends, family and professional contractors, have nearly completed the task and are looking forward to starting the renovation of the adjoining space.

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Donna (Hallberg) Bucher was sworn in as a Magistrate Judge in the First Circuit Court Friday, September 22, in the Davison County courthouse in Mitchell.

Bucher, the daughter of Curt and Elaine Hallberg, is a 1975 graduate of Milbank High School. She earned an undergraduate degree from Augustana College in Sioux Falls before attending law school at Creighton University in Omaha, NE. (Photo courtesy of South Dakota Mail Newspaper, Plankinton)

After attaining her law degree in 1984, Bucher spent two years as an assistant public defender in Minnehaha County. She served as a part-time Deputy State’s Attorney in Mitchell for two years before joining the firm of Tinan, Smith & Bucher in 1991.

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