Boys Flying Glider for Aviation Day at SD Discovery Center January 28, 2015

More Than 300 Children Attend Wednesday’s Aviation Day

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) An event organized by the Pierre Elks Lodge drew over three hundred children to the South Dakota Discovery Center Wednesday. The local lodge set up its second annual Aviation Day to give youngsters the chance to assemble and fly balsa wood gliders, create straw rockets and participate in other...
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State, Federal Officials Want Stable Transportation Funding

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – State officials in Pierre and federal lawmakers in Washington are scrambling to figure out how to shore up funding for roads and bridges. State Transportation Secretary Darin Bergquist on Wednesday spoke before a U.S. Senate panel during a hearing on the need for long-term federal transportation financing. Without a fix...
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$100 Million Available for Federal Conservation Program

HURON, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota farmers, ranchers and forest landowners have a month to apply for part of $100 million that’s available from the federal government in its Conservation Stewardship Program. People who participate agree to take conservation steps to improve the resource conditions on their land, including soil, air and habitat quality,...
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Legislative Committee to Mull Requiring Schools Plan for Violent Incidents

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A legislative panel is set to take up a measure requiring schools to make safety plans for potential violent incidents such as an intruder coming in with a weapon. The Senate Education Committee on Thursday is expected to review a proposal that would also require schools to conduct an annual...
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