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Exhibit Examines SD’s Environmental History

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota State Historical Society is getting set to debut a new exhibit on South Dakota’s environmental history. “South Dakota Environments: A Window to Past Times” opens Saturday, April 5, in the Observation Gallery of the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. Museum director Jay Smith says the exhibit features...
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SD Official Warns of Robocall Credit Card Scam

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – An automated phone message has been prompting MasterCard customers to enter their card numbers in the dial pad. The South Dakota Attorney General warns consumers that this robocall is a scam. The caller ID number tied to the calls belongs to a Houston insurance company that is reportedly not associated...
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Minot, ND Area Suspect in Bismarck Chase and Mobridge Gun Theft Still Sought

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Bismarck-area authorities are searching for a man wanted on numerous warrants in the Minot area. Authorities say 35-year-old Dustin Goettle failed to show up for a Ward County court hearing this month. Bismarck police and Burleigh County officers chased him on Tuesday but called off the pursuit for safety reasons....
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Former SD Senator Loses Hunting Privileges for Illegal Mt. Lion Killing

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – A former state senator and unsuccessful candidate for governor in South Dakota has pleaded guilty to a big game violation and lost his hunting privileges for a year. Authorities say 64-year-old Gordon Howie illegally killed a mountain lion that was caught in a bobcat trap on Jan. 31. The...
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