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South Dakota Capitol February 5, 2014 (KGFX Photo)

Legislative Committee Approves Measures to Tackle Child Sexual Abuse

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A state legislative panel has approved proposals to make reporting child sexual abuse allegations clearer and to continue studying how to tackle abuse in South Dakota. The Senate State Affairs Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to send two measures recommended by the Jolene’s Law Task Force to the chamber’s floor. One...
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Attorney General Promotes National Tax Identity Theft Week

PIERRE, SD- (DRG News) Attorney General Marty Jackley announced Monday that National Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week is this week. Tax identity theft occurs when someone acts as an Agent of the Internal Revenue Service and uses a Social Security number to get a tax refund or tries to get personal identifying information. The...
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Deadlines Near for Giant Vision Business Plan, Applications

PIERRE, SD- (DRG News) The deadline for potential applicants to enter the 2015 Governor’s Giant Business Competition is Friday, February 13th. The deadline for Student Competition entries is Friday, February 20th. The Governor’s Giant Vision event will be hosted by the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The first place winner of the...
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Falling Gas Prices Beginning to Ease

SIOUX FALLS, SD- (DRG News) Most states have seen gas prices drop over the last week, but South Dakota is one of ten states that have seen an increase in gas prices. The state saw the average price of gas rise eight-tenths of a cent overnight. The average for regular gasoline in South Dakota...
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