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BERESFORD — A 66-year-old man died Saturday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash 1 mile south of Beresford. The name of the person involved has not been released pending notification of …

SIOUX FALLS — The public is invited to an educational open house to learn about the Diverging Diamond Interchange that is being built at the intersection of 41st Street and Interstate 29 in …

BROOKINGS — For Gwen McCausland, director of the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum, and her staff there was a wartime story, pretty much overlooked in the thousands of views of the war, …

(AP) — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is now banned from entering nearly 20% of her state after two more tribes banished her this week over comments she made earlier this year about tribal …

PIERRE — Get your motor runnin’! Travel South Dakota has officially launched Rally Rush, a new statewide initiative to welcome bikers to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and celebrate the …

PIERRE— Ava McMahan, a fifth-grade student at Redfield School District, is the winner of the 2024 South Dakota Arbor Day Poster Contest. McMahan’s poster was chosen out of over 700 …

NEW YORK (AP) — As former President Donald Trump remains stuck in the courtroom listening to salacious details of an extramarital sexual encounter he denies, another spectacle is playing out in …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension is hosting a series of webinars to help cattle producers and industry professionals manage current market, climate and health trends. The Market, Climate, …

Sow and Grow

As temperatures slowly begin to rise, wheat producers should watch for the army cutworm and pale western cutworm; both species can cause economic injury to wheat if populations become large. The army …

LAKE NORDEN — Cold milling is scheduled to begin May 8 on state Highway 28 at U.S. Highway 81 for 11 miles to the west. Weather dependent, paving with hot mixed asphalt is then scheduled to …

BROOKINGS — Following a family history of answering the call to serve, Catie Natvig was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant on May 3. The South Dakota State University …

SIOUX FALLS — The first time Sioux Falls Police Chief Jon Thum saw evidence of labor trafficking, he didn’t recognize it. As a young patrol officer nearly 20 years ago, Thum entered …

State wildlife officials are not bringing back a popular method of estimating South Dakota’s pheasant population, despite requests from the public to do so. South Dakota is one of the top …

WASHINGTON (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is releasing a new book called “No Going Back,” but on Friday her office said she would actually be going back to correct some errors …

South Dakota Housing will launch its  Grants for Grads  program Friday, aiming to help college and technical-college graduates purchase their first home in South Dakota. The program is …

The company that aims to place a massive jet fuel plant in Lake Preston told investors Thursday that updated guidance from the federal government on biofuel carbon credits could be a boon to its …

WASHINGTON — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem described in a new book having met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un  during her time in Congress. But her office said Friday that the story …

FORT PIERRE — A Dupree man has been identified as the man who died as a result of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash 2 miles west of Fort Pierre on the afternoon of April 12. …

SIOUX FALLS — The U.S. Postal Service has finalized its plan to downgrade the downtown Sioux Falls post office to a local processing center, shifting non-local mail operations to a facility in …

PIERRE (AP) — Supporters of a South Dakota abortion rights initiative submitted far more signatures than required Wednesday to make the ballot this fall. But its outcome is unclear in the …

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