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Opinion L.A.Most viewed: Why should writers work for no pay? In Friday's pages, Michael Walker, author of "Laurel Canyon: The Inside Story of Rock-and-Roll's Legendary Neighborhood," takes on the Huffington Post's no-pay policy by recalling the Comedy Store comedians...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut gun manufacturers will welcome not one red-state governor early next week, but two — as Texas Gov. Rick Perry's tour Monday is followed by a visit from South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard later Monday and Tuesday. Both Republican...
Stateline.orgAfter years of budget triage, governors and legislators charted bold paths on taxes. AL Approved tax credits about $3,500 to help pay tuition at a private school for families with kids in "failing" schools. AK Lowered its oil production tax to...
S.D. Gov. Dennis Daugaard has ended a moratorium on the purchase of land by the Game, Fish and Parks Department. Daugaard imposed the ban when he took office in January 2011, but he said the department now will be able to acquire land for use by all...
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BIG STONE CITY - A South Dakota lawmaker, who lives a mile from the site of a planned hog barn in Grant County, has questioned the state's permitting process. Rep. Kathy Tyler, D-Big Stone City, asked Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard for a study of the...
PIERRE — Beginning with the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe next week, state officials are scheduled to start visiting Indian reservations in South Dakota to lay the foundation for new tribal parole programs. State Tribal Affairs Secretary J.R....
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PIERRE — The escalating price for building the new State Veterans Home at Hot Springs really shouldn’t come as a surprise. Whether a home or a business or a public project, the price tag quite often winds up higher than planned. For...
PIERRE - Gov. Dennis Daugaard has declared June as Dairy Month in South Dakota. The state has more than 370 dairy producers with 91,000 cows that provide quality dairy products for consumers to enjoy every day. Our dairy farms here in South Dakota...
Look out, South Dakota. The governor and lieutenant governor could see a strong challenge from a pair of northeastern South Dakotans. First, Tyson Mitzel and Matthew Van Beek will have to graduate from high school. Mitzel of Westport and Van Beek...
PIERRE — It was revealed Thursday state government stopped paying monthly fees last winter to a national recruiting firm hired to help South Dakota employers find workers from outside the state. Under-performance was the reason the $49,000...
Tyson Mitzel said he learned a great deal about how the government works during his experience at Boys State, but the most important lesson was the necessity of working with others. "I learned you can't do anything alone; you need the help of others to...
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