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Trial Delayed for 17-Year-Old SD Murder Suspect

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Officials have postponed a January trial in adult court for a 17-year-old Pierre boy accused of murder. The South Dakota Supreme Court earlier this month ordered a circuit court judge to reconsider whether Braiden McCahren should be tried in adult court. His two-week trial that was to begin Jan. 21...
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Philanthropist Pledges $10M to Crazy Horse Carving

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota philanthropist T. Denny Sanford has pledged a $10 million matching grant to speed work on the mammoth Crazy Horse Memorial mountain carving. The gift announced Thursday follows a $10 million matching pledge he made in 2007 that helped raise another $10 million for the ongoing project in...
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Belle Fourche Won’t Be Home to Keystone Crew Camp

BELLE FOURCHE, S.D. (AP) – TransCanada officials say they will not construct a crew camp in Butte County. The Black Hills Pioneer reports that Butte County commissioners continue to look at a proposed ordinance to regulate crew housing facilities. The ordinance would define where they could be built, where they’re prohibited, the permit process,...
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Quinn Family Awarded Leopold Conservation Award

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Wednesday night brought the presentation of the Leopold Conservation Award at the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association Convention and Tradeshow in Pierre.  This year’s award went to the Guptill family-operators of a 7,000 acre cattle ranch near Quinn.  Pat and MaryLou Guptill were named earlier this year as the 2013...
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