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Two Onida Teens Sentenced Monday for 2013 Theft and Burglary Charges

ONIDA, S.D. – (DRG News) Two Onida teens were sentenced Monday after entering guilty pleas to charges which included burglary and theft. Rowdy Olson and Dylan Hill, both 19-years-old, pleaded guilty yesterday to two felonies-Third Degree Burglary and Grand Theft-and a misdemeanor theft count-for crimes that were committed in Sully County between May and July of...
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Black Hills Federal Credit Union Drawing December 2012 (KGFX Photo)

BHFCU Opens New Pierre Location

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Pierre’s newest banking facility officially opened last week. Black Hills Federal Credit Union welcomed customers for its first day on Thursday. The facility is located just south of Wal-mart along North Garfield Avenue and its 6,600 square foot Member Service Center holds nine offices, five drive-up lanes and an ATM...
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Farm Bill Would Help Ranchers’ Storm Recovery

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A massive, five-year farm bill set for a floor vote in the U.S. House Wednesday contains help for South Dakota ranchers dealing with cattle losses from last October’s early-season blizzard. Under the bipartisan compromise reached Monday, ranchers who lost livestock to natural disasters would be able to recoup some...
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Farm Bill Would Offer Choice of Safety Net

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A massive farm bill set for a U.S. House floor vote Wednesday would allow growers to choose between two types of farm safety nets. South Dakota Corn Growers Association executive director Lisa Richardson says the bill’s commodity title gives farmers the choice between a revenue based agriculture risk coverage...
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