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The nation's agricultural economy - particularly the next farm bill - is being held hostage by the political stranglehold on Washington, D.C., according to a college professor who has helped develop the nation's ag policy. Dr. Barry Flinchbaugh, a...
WASHINGTON (AP)— America may be a technology-driven nation, but the health care system’s conversion from paper to computerized records needs lots of work to get the bugs out, according to experts who spent months studying the issue. ...
American News CorrespondentEditor's note: This is the first of a four-part series of columns by Bob Mercer looking at suggestions for government in 2012. The remaining three columns will appear Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in the American News. PIERRE — If you sit through...
Tags: Health, Barack Obama, Elections, Health Insurance, Mike Rounds
Last week, I shared thoughts about visiting the Mortenson ranch north of Pierre. There is a second part of the journey that provoked much more thought. This trip was part of the South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership seminar. While the physical...
With the passing of a decade came forgetfulness. We don’t remember the successive waves of disbelief and terror during that desperate day 10 years ago. First, the airliner attacks on that Sept. 11 morning. Next, the anthrax letters of that October,...
Tags: Health, Government, Osama bin Laden, Afghanistan, Iraq
1857: William Howard Taft - who served as President of the United States and as U.S. chief justice - was born in Cincinnati, Ohio.1953: The Nuremberg Laws deprived German Jews of their citizenship. 1961: The United States began Operation Nougat, a...
Wheel of Fortune contestants this winter may be heading home with the means to purchase $1,000 each in T-bones, sirloins and burgers. Beginning Jan. 9, $1,000 in Beef Bucks - pre-paid checks and or VISA debit card for purchasing beef at restaurants or...
Washington BureauMitt Romney has earned the endorsement of a leading Republican who himself was thought to be presidential timber, South Dakota Sen. John Thune. Thune's support could boost Romney's campaign in the leadoff caucus state in Iowa, where the former...
Real Democrats don't whine. They fight. They figure out how to win in South Dakota. They elect people such as Tom Daschle and Tim Johnson and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin to Congress, and Dick Butler and Curt Johnson and Bryce Healy and Steve Kolbeck and...
Tags: Jim Bradford, Elections, Kent Juhnke, Jim Peterson, 2010 Census
++++++++++++++++++++ || SIOUX FALLS (AP) --- Gov. Bill Janklow says he's outraged that someone mailed a letter containing anthrax to a Washington office used by U.S. Sen. Tom Daschle, D-S.D. ''The more I think about this, the madder I get, and the...
SIOUX FALLS (AP) --- Sen. Tom Daschle, after visiting with workers at an anthrax-testing laboratory, said Thursday that fighting bioterrorism must become a national priority. A day earlier he visited the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md.,...
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