Easter Basket and Eggs

Elks Mark 60th Year for Annual Easter Egg Hunt Sunday

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Sunday brings the Pierre Elks Lodge’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, which will be held on the lawn of the Governor’s Residence.   This year marks the 60th annual egg hunt.  Steve Wegman, who has chaired the event the past 30 years, says the Easter Egg Hunt was started in the...
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Cutting Dollars

US Government’s Cuts in Mineral Payments to States Detailed

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) – The U.S. Department of Interior is cutting payments to 35 states as a result of the automatic federal spending cuts that took effect this month. A list of the cuts, which total $110.86 million: Alabama                   $217,731 Alaska                     $603,381 Arizona                       $759 Arkansas                  $98,739 California          $5,500,974 Colorado              $8,417,896 Florida                    $28,853...
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Dakotas Tribe, American Red Cross to Work Together

FORT YATES, N.D. (AP) – The American Red Cross and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are signing an agreement Thursday that will allow the relief organization to prepare for and respond to future disasters on the reservation. The memorandum of understanding will be the first between the American Red Cross and a tribal nation....
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Jim Bolin

State Lawmaker to Run for SD Lands Commissioner

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Republican state Rep. Jim Bolin of Canton says he will run for the office of South Dakota Commissioner of School and Public Lands. Bolin says he will seek the Republican Party’s nomination to run for the office next year. He says that means he will not seek re-election to the...
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