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Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds said he has not decided whether he will run for the U.S. Senate in 2014, but he will make a decision by late summer or early fall. Rounds discussed his future plans while in Aberdeen on Thursday as one of the...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — The post-election analysis of Republican legislative primaries this spring lumped many races into a mainstream vs. tea partybattle. Some people are appalled that moderate Republicans lost on June 5, while others are appalled that...
The potential of $5,000 spread across four years to help pay for a college or technical education continues to attract South Dakota high school students to take the rigorous curriculum necessary to qualify for the state-funded Opportunity scholarship....
ABERDEEN (AP) — A long-delayed South Dakota beef-processing plant given new life when Korean investors took over in 2009 is nearly set to begin operations more than six years after it was first proposed. Land for the $109 million Northern Beef...
Four people will be specially honored by the South Dakota State Historical Society at its annual meeting and conference this weekend. James McLaird of Mitchell, a professor emeritus at Dakota Wesleyan University, is receiving on Saturday the society&...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgNearly $3 million in tax increment finance bonds to benefit Northern Beef Packers have been sold, but recent mechanic's liens have been filed against the plant. The new liens are in addition to past claims against the processing plant, one of which is...
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Gov. Dennis Daugaard and former Gov. Mike Rounds will speak May 31 at the Brown County Republicans Lincoln Day Dinner in Aberdeen. The event will begin at 6 p.m. with a social hour at the Ramada Convention Center. The dinner begins at 7 p.m. State...
Gov. Dennis Daugaard, in an entertaining speech to members of the State Historical Society at their annual meeting on Saturday, showed how pheasant hunting has grown into a major piece of South Dakota culture during the past century and now is nearly a...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — One of the state panels that regulates legal gambling in South Dakota gets a new member. Gov. Dennis Daugaard appointed Timothy Holland of Custer to the South Dakota Commission on Gaming. The commission oversees Deadwood gambling casinos...
Just weeks after the state Brand Board decided to raise the livestock inspection fee to $1 per head, Gov. Dennis Daugaard prefers that the board reconsider its decision. The board, whose members are appointed by the governor, is scheduled to meet...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — The past three days, we’ve gone through 10 suggestions for improvements in South Dakota government for 2012. Today, we’ll look at the final three in this reporter’s dozen that deal with railroad taxes, the future of South...
After losses in South Dakota's 2010 elections that were even worse than usual, there are signs of new life in the Democratic Party as the 2012 session of the Legislature opens Tuesday. The strongest indication came New Year's Eve. Democratic...
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