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The Great Plains will likely remain in drought going into next spring, South Dakota state climatologist Dennis Todey said on Oct. 18. Todey spoke on a national conference call of meteorologists, media and other interested parties. All of southeast South...
Based on historical trends and recent polling, there seems little chance that a majority of South Dakota voters will mark their ballots this year for the re-election of President Barack Obama. The deeper question is how South Dakota has fared during the...
At the end of the summer, Myke Sherman noticed something he hadn't seen in his 25 years of working near Thumb Lake, in Charlevoix County: the lake's island was no longer an island. Sherman, operations director for the Lake Louise Christian Community,...
Boat owners on Lake Michigan are trying to get their vessels out of their slips and onto land in time for winter, but this year that ritual is especially difficult, because the water level is so low. In some places boats are stuck in mud and sand. Those...
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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A member of Congress from Michigan says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not meet a legal deadline for completing a plan to preventing Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes. Rep. Dave Camp said Friday the Corps...
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Amid uncertainty about the federal government’s plan to start charging some users for surplus water taken from the Missouri River reservoirs, the South Dakota Board of Water Management delayed two big decisions today on permits for the Lake Andes-...
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CHICAGO — The Army Corps of Engineers announced Friday it is midway through a public comment period regarding a paper released that outlines 18 points of entry for aquatic nuisance species to transfer between the Mississippi River Basin and the...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — Just five to six years ago, Lake Oahe’s boat ramps had to be extended because of low water levels. The state Game, Fish and Parks department spent some $5 million keeping the big Missouri River reservoir open to anglers and pleasure...
Tags: Fishing, Dennis Daugaard, Politics, Droughts, Government
Mitchell Daily Republic: Religion is a right — even for prisoners Two American Indian inmates say their religious rights were being trampled in the state penitentiary, where a tobacco ban affected their religious ceremonies. The prison went...
The Maryland Port Administration is completing its initial review of a multimillion-dollar proposal that would turn Baltimore harbor shipping channel muck into bucks. The plan might eventually replace time-tested dredge disposal methods of piling...
“We need a federal levee system, and if we don't get [it] Braithwaite won't exist anymore.” So the words came from local rescue hero1 Jesse Shaffer who is credited with saving 120 lives during Isaac. If there is a bigger example of an...
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