Gov. Daugaard Orders State Capitol Flags At Half-Staff For Former State Rep. Elaine Elliott

PIERRE, S.D. – Former state legislator Elaine Elliott of Aberdeen passed away on Sept. 27, 2016. Elliott, 71, was elected in 2008 to the state House of Representatives. She served two terms. Gov. Dennis Daugaard has ordered flags to fly half-staff at the State Capitol on Monday, Oct. 3, the day of Elliott’s funeral.
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Controlled Burn South of Blunt Ended up Out of Control Sept 27th

BLUNT SD – Blunt Fire Chief Travis Heuertz said that the Blunt Fire Department was called out for report of a fire 4 miles south of Blunt only to learn it was a controlled burn. Chief Heuertz said the department was not informed that a controlled burn was to take place on Tuesday and...
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Rep Senators Thune and Rounds accuse Senate Democrats of “Playing Politics”

WASHINGTON, DC -  South Dakota Republican U.S. Senators John Thune and Mike Rounds again accuse Senate Democrats of playing politics by blocking yet another stop gap spending bill to keep the government running. The deadline is only days away. “Bottom line, Senate Republicans are not going to allow Democrats to shut down the government”, says...
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Intern Program Offered Again

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE SD –The Cities of Pierre and Fort Pierre are pleased to again offer the Student Intern Program.  The program pairs Riggs and Stanley County High School students with employers in Pierre and Fort Pierre.  The program is designed to provide employers with access to a local talent pool while providing young adults who...
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