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Daugaard Says SD Will Not Run Its Own Health Insurance Exchange

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Gov. Dennis Daugaard says South Dakota will not set up its own health insurance exchange, but instead will let the federal government run the exchange required by the federal health care overhaul. President Obama’s health care law requires all states to have exchanges, which are online marketplaces for patients and...
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Van Luer Is a Pheasant Again

   SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Winnipeg Goldeyes  have sent Brandon native Jack Van Leur back to the Sioux Fall Pheasants as his own player to be named later, completing the late-season trade between the two clubs.  Van Leur, a left-handed relief pitcher, departed for Winnipeg in mid-August after posting 39 appearances, a 3-1...
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Cheyenne Eagle Butte EAGLE Center Students Stop by KGFX Tuesday

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) A group of 8th to 12th grade students from the Cheyenne Eagle Butte EAGLE Center came to Pierre Tuesday to visit KGFX and record anti substance abuse messages. Students were selected for the trip to Pierre if they are alcohol and drug free, have 94% attendance and are able...
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SD’s 4 Tech Institutes Report Enrollment Gain

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Fall enrollment at South Dakota’s four technical institutes is up about 3 percent from a year ago. The state Education Department reports that the technical institutes now have 6,250 students, up from 6,073 a year ago. This year’s enrollment sets a new record that’s just slightly higher than the previous...
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