NTSB: South Dakota Plane That Crashed Fragmented

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A federal investigator says a small airplane that crashed in South Dakota is quite fragmented. National Transportation Safety Board investigator Jennifer Rodi says the debris field is roughly in a circle with a wind turbine in the center. She says debris is scattered for several hundred feet in all...
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Governor and SD Education Entities Honor Students at Academic Luncheon

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) More than 200 graduating seniors from public, private and tribal schools in South Dakota were honored at yesterday’s 2014 Academic Excellence Recognition Luncheon in Pierre. The state’s top graduating seniors are honored each year by the Associated School Boards of South Dakota, the School Administrators of South Dakota, the...
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FPDC Director Pleased with Feedback from “Future Fort Pierre” Roundtable

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) The Executive Director of the Fort Pierre Development Corporation says a meeting held last week resulted in some great feedback from community members. Dave Bonde says ideas suggested during last Thursday’s “Future Fort Pierre” roundtable will be considered at next month’s FPDC board meeting.  Much of the day...
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Commission Expects Drop in South Dakota Deer Tags

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The number of South Dakota deer hunting licenses is expected to drop substantially this year due to habitat loss and a disease that thrives in dry weather. Game, Fish and Parks Commission Chairman John Cooper says the total number of tags for the East River deer season will drop by...
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