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City of Mitchell settles suits wiwth former Palace Transit drivers

November 27, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Because of a confidentiality agreement, both parties have agreed not to reveal the amount the case was settled for.

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Ex-bus drivers win round in lawsuit

November 15, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Judge rules city was wrong to require them to take physical exam
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Palace Transit plans free rides to polls

November 2, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Palace Transit of Mitchell is offering free rides to the polls Tuesday.
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OUR VIEW: City should not appeal jury’s award in bus suit

April 20, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Even with the the awarding of the money, there are no winners here. It was a bad thing that happened to the Russells, and it’s been a long fight for them to win this lawsuit. The whole thing has been bad publicity for the city of Mitchell and the Corn Palace. Continue Reading

Settlement talks’ failure led to Palace Transit trial

April 20, 2012 in The Daily Republic

The city of Mitchell was wise to go to court and not settle with a Kansas couple who sued over a 2009 traffic accident, according to Mayor Lou Sebert. Continue Reading

Tourist couple get $57,756 after being struck by Palace Transit bus

April 19, 2012 in The Daily Republic

The jury was out for less than two hours, and that included selecting a foreperson and having lunch. Continue Reading

Trial starts in Kansas couple’s suit against city for Palace Transit collision

April 17, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Richard “Rex” Russell and Mary Russell were hit by the bus June 18, 2009, while they were walking in the crosswalk at North Main Street and Seventh Avenue. Continue Reading

Trial set for 3 former Palace Transit workers suing city for discrimination

January 11, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Two trial dates have been set for lawsuits against the city of Mitchell.
Three former Palace Transit employees each filed a lawsuit last year accusing the city of age and disability discrimination. Continue Reading

DUI numbers falling statewide and locally

January 28, 2011 in The Daily Republic

Arrests for driving under the influence have declined each of the past three years statewide and each of the past four years in Davison County.
Law enforcement officials say the trend is driven by a variety of factors, including an aggressive program to keep DUI offenders from drinking, public awareness of sobriety checkpoints and the rise of new taxi services.
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