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PIERRE, S.D. - Doctors and directors of health care facilities say South Dakota should expand its Medicaid program to provide health insurance to thousands more low-income people. They told a state task force that people who are currently uninsured wait...
Seven years ago, a panel of citizens and legislators selected by the governor spent many hours analyzing South Dakota’s system for funding public schools. Now the Legislature wants to take another look. South Dakota’s school-funding formula...
PIERRE, S.D. — Governor Dennis Daugaard has declared Friday "A Day of Remembrance" to honor Governor George Mickelson and seven others who died in a plane crash 20 years ago. The eight men were returning from Cincinnati at the time of the crash....
STURGIS, S.D. - The city of Sturgis was named South Dakota's large community of the year at the Governor's Office of Economic Development awards Tuesday night. Governor Dennis Daugaard says Sturgis did a thorough evaluation to determine what it needed...
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WATERTOWN, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Tuesday some extra security checks have been made at the state Capitol Building, Mount Rushmore National Memorial and other high-visibility locations in the wake of the deadly bombings at...
A hefty project to replace the majority of wastewater lines in Britton is getting considerable help from the state. A grant and loan package totaling $4 million has been announced by Gov. Dennis Daugaard. It will cover the bulk of the project cost,...
American Indian foster care needs work Federal law says American Indian children belong in American Indian foster homes, except in the most extreme circumstances. Despite that law, the number of children in South Dakota who are pulled out of their...
Other states have long poached California manufacturers and jobs. Now they're coming for the cows. Seizing on the plight of the state's dairy industry, which is beset by high feed costs and low milk prices, nearly a dozen states are courting Golden...
STURGIS, S.D. - If there’s a two letter word that is a double-edge sword in South Dakota, it’s economic development. That’s because in its pursuit by industry and state legislators, it makes for some interesting contradictions. Take...
People are urged to wear purple Friday in support of children who have at least one parent serving in the National Guard, Reserves or active military duty. At Monday's Aberdeen City Council meeting, Mayor Mike Levsen signed a proclamation declaring...
Tags: Army National Guard
At Aspire, our mission is to “create opportunities for people with disabilities to enhance the community.” That opportunity could be something many of us take for granted, like having a job to earn a living, volunteering for a charity or...
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is getting a new leader. Agriculture Secretary Walt Bones has announced that he's retiring from his position effective April 29. The Parker native said he's returning to his farm. ''It has truly been an honor...
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