Memorial/Benefit Accounts Set Up for Victims of April 28 Two Vehicle Accident Near Hayes

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Accounts have been set up for two women whose vehicle was involved in crash near Hayes on April 28. The accident occurred on Highway 34 early that day when a pickup drifted into the eastbound lane and collided head-on with a van, driven by 21-year-old Sadie Clark. Clark was...
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SD Panel OKs 2 Portraits of Former Governor Janklow

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Former Gov. Bill Janklow fought for two decades to prevent having his portrait hung in the South Dakota State Capitol building. But four months after Janklow’s death, a state commission has approved a request from the late governor’s family to place two portraits of Janklow in the building. Janklow’s son,...
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Brisk Winds Tip Semi on Highway 14 and Camper on I-90

UNDATED – (DRG News) Wind advisories were issued last night after winds picked up in parts of the state. The conditions also kept some area law enforcers busy. In Haakon County, the Sheriff’s Department was called to the report of a semi that was tipped over by the high winds. Sheriff Fred Koester says...
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Preparations Continue for Celebration to Welcome Home the 200th

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) National Guard officials continue to prepare for the arrival of the guard’s 200th Engineer Company back to central South Dakota following a year of service in Afghanistan. The soldiers will arrive in Sioux Falls from Fort Dix, New Jersey and will then travel to Fort Pierre. The 200th of...
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