Governor Mike Rounds

Rounds’ Fundraising Pace Slows; Leads Cash on Hand

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – The fundraising pace for Mike Rounds’ campaign for U.S. Senate slowed during the month and a half leading up to the June Republican primary, but the former governor still has the edge in cash on hand.  Federal Election Commission reports show that Rounds raised about $175,000 between April 1...
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South Dakota Indian Education Director Amiotte Starts June 9

   PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Lowell Amiottewill be the next director of the South Dakota Office of Indian Education. Amiotte is an Oglala Lakota tribal member born on the Pine Ridge reservation.   State Education Secretary Melody Schopp announced the appointment at a recent State-Tribal Relations Committee meeting.   Schopp says the position is a huge undertaking...
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Fire Axe and Helmet

No Foul Play Suspected in SD School Fire

 HOVEN, S.D. (AP) – Hoven firefighter Rick Schaefer says officials have no reason to suspect foul play in a fire that destroyed the town’s junior and senior high school.  Schaefer says that the cause of the Sunday blaze isn’t known. The state fire marshal’s office will be investigating.  Schaefer estimates that more than 100...
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Pierre-Fort Pierre Exchange Club Posting Flags for Today’s Memorial Day

UNDATED – (DRG News) The Pierre-Fort Pierre Exchange Club is displaying U.S. and South Dakota flags across the Missouri River Bridge as an observance of Memorial Day.  The club has set up the display on various holidays and other occasions since 2006.  A.G.E. Corporation of Fort Pierre is sponsoring today’s display.  Also, over 130...
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