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Public Universities Rewarded for Research Innovations

PIERRE, S.D. – (SD State News) Six university proposals geared to promote research-driven economic development, along with a major collaborative project on security and anti-counterfeiting technology, will benefit from $1 million in state research grants awarded through a competitive process. The South Dakota Board of Regents announced today the creation of a Center for...
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The Gift of Life

PIERRE, S.D. – (SD State News) New Year’s Day is an occasion to reflect back to what we have accomplished in the past year and think about the mistakes we’ve made and lessons learned. New Year’s is also about looking ahead. Making resolutions. Establishing goals. Hoping, dreaming and planning. For some Americans, though, their...
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SD Lawmakers will Deal with Money, Moral Issues

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The death penalty, health care for poor people and education reform will be among the top issues tackled by the South Dakota legislative session that opens Jan. 14, legislative leaders said. Many of those issues are intertwined in the state budget, which means final decisions will not be made until lawmakers...
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Health Insurance Deadline Extended

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -  South Dakota residents have a few more days to sign up for health insurance through Avera Health Plans.  You must go online to until December 31st for January 1st coverage.  Avera Health Plans has received 520 new members since December 24th.   The total number of enrollees through and
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