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‘Dignity’ monument to be unveiled September 17th in SD

SCENIC, S.D. (AP) – A 45-foot statue of a Native American woman wearing a star quilt is on its way to Chamberlain. The sculpture’s ribbon cutting ceremony is set for this Saturday Sept. 17 in Chamberlain. The Norm and Eunabel McKie family of Rapid City donated $1 million to build the statue to help mark...
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Eight Wheat Growers Locations Receive Governor’s Safety Awards

PIERRE SD – Eight Wheat Growers locations have been awarded Meritorious Achievement Awards in Occupational Safety as part of the Governor’s Safety Awards program. Meritorious Achievement awards are given for superior safety performance. The Wheat Growers locations that received awards were: Carpenter, Chamberlain, Aberdeen Administrative Office, Miller, Stickney, Tulare, Willow Lake and Woonsocket Agronomy....
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Pierre Aquatics Center Reopening Delayed

PIERRE, S.D. – The reopening of the Pierre Indoor Aquatics Center has been delayed until next week. The Aquatics Center, originally expected to reopen tomorrow, closed August 12 for annual cleaning, maintenance and the installation of a new play structure.  The installation of the new play structure is taking longer than anticipated. The public...
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South Dakota Businesses, Workers Honored at 2016 Governor’s Awards

PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard presented the 2016 Governor’s Awards today to South Dakota businesses and workers who have made significant contributions  in 2016 to the employment of people with disabilities. Governor’s Awards were presented to the following recipients: Eric Bowers of Spearfish has been a part of the Spearfish community since the...
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