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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 …

There are still seats available to attend The South Dakota Humanities Council Summer Teachers Institute.  The class provides 3 free graduate or undergraduate credit hours.   The …

PIERRE — South Dakota senior citizens and residents with disabilities have until July 1 to apply for sales or property tax refunds under South Dakota’s Tax Refund Program. Under the …

PIERRE — Members of the South Dakota Arts Council, the advisory board of the state arts agency, will meet remotely via online/call-in format on May 9 for the council’s annual spring …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension is offering the public a chance to participate in an educational, hands-on high tunnel build on the SDSU campus in Brookings. The four-day workshop, "How to …

BROOKINGS —SDSU Extension and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension are hosting a Siouxland Feedlot Forum on June 18, in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Selected speakers from SDSU …

PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem has proclaimed May as Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month in South Dakota. In a proclamation, dated April 24, Noem cited the importance of a public …

(AP) — Politicians and dog experts are criticizing South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem after she wrote in a new book about killing a rambunctious puppy . The story — and the vilification she …

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Titan Machinery, in partnership with community and technical colleges in South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, Minnesota, Idaho, and North Dakota, looks forward to hosting …

PIERRE — the South Dakota Retailers Association has named LaKisha Jordan of T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre as the 2024 ProStart State Educator of Excellence for outstanding achievement in …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Board of Regents recently announced the retirement of South Dakota Mines President Jim Rankin, effective June 21. After six years of dedicated leadership, Rankin …

Three South Dakota counties will ask voters during the June 4 primary if they should ban the use of tabulator machines in future local elections. If the measures pass, the auditor’s …

RAPID CITY — The last two members of a trio who carjacked and kidnapped  an FBI employee in South Dakota in 2022 have been sentenced to lengthy prison sentences. Deyvin Morales, 29, …

  BROOKINGS — The Population Health Evaluation Center at South Dakota State University has been recognized by the South Dakota Department of Health as its 2023 outstanding Partner in …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension is supporting rural South Dakota communities in exploring solutions to meet childcare shortages. Childcare providers and parents are asked to complete a short …

PRESHO — A 33-year-old man died from injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Thursday afternoon in Presho. Preliminary crash information indicates Jan S. Bothma, 31, of Presho and the driver of …

BISMARCK, N.D. — A North Dakota ballot initiative group can gather signatures to put a proposal legalizing recreational marijuana to a statewide vote in the fall, the state’s top election …

It’s been over six months since two in-home child care providers closed in Highmore. The town of over 600 in central South Dakota has a few other in-home providers, but all are full and have …

HURON — The State Fair and South Dakota Hall of Fame icon Sherwin Linton are excited to invite entertainers of all ages to submit their acts for consideration to be featured on the Centennial …

SIOUX FALLS — In the Senate chamber of the South Dakota Legislature, a little institutional knowledge goes a long way. Extreme measures emanating from the House of Representatives are …

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