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PIERRE — Producers and land stewards who practice regenerative agriculture often enjoy learning about what is happening under the ground. In August, they’ll have a chance to learn from a …

BROOKINGS — A new South Dakota State University project aims to give Native American students interested in science, technology, engineering and math the opportunity to gain hands-on experience …

GARRETSON — A Sunday evening ATV crash claimed the life of one and severely injured another near Garretson. The names of the people involved have not been released pending notification of …

BERESFORD — A 28-year-old man suffered fatal injuries Friday morning in a two-vehicle crash 5 miles northeast of Beresford. Preliminary crash information indicates Darrian O’Neal …

The South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs will be hosting a State Bridge Dedication Ceremony to honor U.S. Army Private First Class John Tuin. The ceremony will be Aug. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension is hosting a sheep ultrasound certification school. The sheep ultrasound certification school is from 8 a.m. Aug. 24 to noon Aug. 26 at the SDSU Sheep Research …

WEST ALLIS, Wisconsin (AP) — A roaring crowd of battleground state voters greeted  Vice President Kamala Harris  Tuesday as she opened her Democratic political case against Republican …

BROOKINGS — Jason Long has been promoted to director of ag for First Bank & Trust, which operates 22 bank locations in 17 communities in South Dakota and Minnesota. Long will oversee …

BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University Extension Crops Business Management Specialist Jack Davis is retiring after 30 years of serving South Dakota’s agricultural community. There …

BROOKINGS — Sen Subramanian, associate dean for research in South Dakota State University’s College of Natural Sciences, is serving as interim dean of the college. Subramanian took …

BROOKINGS — South Dakota’s team tied for second place for the sweepstakes award at the 2024 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships.

HURON — The South Dakota State Fair is excited to invite people to share their creative talents by decorating trash cans at the South Dakota State Fair. Through Aug. 9, participants can …

BROOKINGS — An educational meeting on the "Article V — Convention of States Resolution" will be held at the Brookings Public Library on July 25 from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. in the Cooper Room. …

The Prairie Doc

Mental health treatment within the criminal justice system plays a pivotal yet often overlooked role in both the well-being and rehabilitation of incarcerated individuals. This is often overlooked by …

PIERRE— The Department of Health is reporting a case of measles in a South Dakota resident. An adult Pennington County resident developed a measles infection after traveling internationally. …

SIOUX FALLS — The South Dakota Game, Fish and Park Commission held its monthly meeting on July 11-12 at Good Earth State Park near Sioux Falls. Wildlife proposals Bobcat …

An Iowa woman who formerly worked for the South Dakota Department of Social Services is accused of stealing an estimated $1.8 million from the department’s Division of Child Protection Services …

The Ness School of Management and Economics at South Dakota State University will now offer both a bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts in accounting  following the program’s …

Applause rang out among residents at the city council meeting in Faith on Tuesday, July 16 when the council voted to begin the process to rescind a controversial new code enforcement policy. …

BROOKINGS — Londa Nwadike, a Bruce native and 2000 South Dakota State University alumna, has been named the David A. Thompson Endowed Department Head and Professor of Dairy and Food Science at …

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