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SD Commission Considers Gregory Elevator Licenses

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has suspended the licenses of a financially troubled grain elevator in Gregory. The three-member commission voted unanimously Friday to immediately suspend the grain buyer and grain warehouse licenses of the Gregory Farmers Elevator. The licenses will be revoked permanently in 15 days unless the...
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Dakotas Are Opposite in Personal Income Increase

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Oil-rich North Dakota and drought-stricken South Dakota are at opposite ends of the rankings when it comes to personal income last year. New numbers from the Bureau of Economic Analysis show that North Dakota had a 12.4 percent over-the-year increase in personal income in 2012, tops in the nation....
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Forecaster Expects Busy SD Wildfire Season

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – State Fire Meteorologist Darren Clabo says there is a potential for large wildfires in western South Dakota this spring. Clabo says he is expecting an “above-average” fire season in the region, even if there is a lot of precipitation. The area has been mired in drought since last year....
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Miller Native Brent Kallestad of the Associated Press Retires After 40 Years

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – Veteran newsman Brent Kallestad is retiring from The Associated Press after a 40-year career with the international news agency. Today will be Kallestad’s last day. He’ll leave the Tallahassee bureau more than 26 years after being named correspondent. Kallestad covered sports and politics, including Florida State University’s unparalleled run of...
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