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BROOKINGS — Former, current and future public servants gathered Tuesday to celebrate the creation of the Mike Huether Public Service Academy at South Dakota State University. Located …

BROOKINGS — The career possibilities for athletic trainers in South Dakota are expanding thanks to the efforts of a South Dakota State University clinical assistant professor. Educating …

A push to ask Arizona voters to add a right to abortion to the state constitution took on new stakes this week when the  state's Supreme Court ruled  that the state can enforce a ban on …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension and the South Dakota Department of Health Move Your Way team are partnering to get people moving this spring. The Move Your Way spring physical activity …

PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley recently announced that a Mitchell woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with eight years suspended, after earlier pleading guilty to …

PIERRE — The Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board of Economic Development and the Economic Development Finance Authority acted at this month’s meeting, approving an up-to …

BROOKINGS — In the United States, one in every five deaths can be attributed to diet-related chronic diseases, like heart disease, strokes, Type 2 diabetes and certain cancers. Most of these …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Retailers Association is offering a variety of scholarships to propel careers in retail, hospitality, business, or trades. Students who will be enrolled in …

NEW UNDERWOOD — Despite being home to wide-open spaces and abundant sunshine, South Dakota ranks 47th in the nation for production of solar power and has lagged well behind other states for …

BROOKINGS — Four undergraduate students in South Dakota State University’s Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics attended the American Physical Society’s annual meeting …

LINCOLN, Neb. — A bill that that would bar transgender students from school bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams that correspond with their gender identity failed Friday to get enough votes …

RAPID CITY — A jury on Thursday convicted a former tribal leader in South Dakota of defrauding his tribe out of thousands of dollars. After a three-day trial, the jury convicted former …

BALTIC — A passenger who died in an April 1 crash on Interstate 29 near Baltic has been identified, along with the vehicle's driver. Preliminary crash information indicates Bhanu M. …

WATERTOWN — A 53-year-old male suffered fatal injuries in a single-vehicle crash Saturday evening near Watertown. The name of the person involved has not been released pending notification …

Several years of tuition freezes have helped make South Dakota’s public universities the most affordable for undergraduates in the region, according to new data. “As a result of this …

SIOUX FALLS — A beloved giraffe at a zoo in South Dakota has died. On Thursday, the Great Plains Zoo and Butterfly House & Aquarium in Sioux Falls announced the death of Chioke, an …

PIERRE — South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks hosted its largest National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament on March 21 at Black Hills State University in Spearfish. Between the 3D …

WATERTOWN — On April 9, pavement repair work will begin on several highways near Watertown. This project will include repair to pavement, curb, gutter, and sidewalk within Watertown on …

PIERRE — The South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will be hosting Archaeology Camp in Pierre on June 4-6 for students in grades …

HURON — The South Dakota State Fair will welcome platinum artist Goo Goo Dolls to the the Grandstand on Aug. 30. Formed by John Rzeznik and Robby Takac in Buffalo, New York, in 1986, Goo …

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