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Initiative to Recruit SD Jobs, Workers Falls Short

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – An initiative by Gov. Dennis Daugaard that was intended to draw 1,000 workers to the state has come up far short. The Argus Leader reports that Daugaard announced the New South Dakotans initiative in January 2012. Daugaard told lawmakers he would sharply scale back the program this week, after...
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No. 3 Justice Department Official to Visit Dakotas

FARGO, N.D. (AP) – The third-ranking official in the U.S. Department of Justice says he’s coming to the Dakotas to listen and learn about ways to improve public safety for tribal nations. U.S. Associate Attorney General Tony West is scheduled to represent the agency in Bismarck Monday for the first public hearing of a...
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Campaign to Help People with Hearing, Vision Loss

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – This new federal program promises to help South Dakotans with combined loss of hearing and vision better connect with family, friends and community. The National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program provides support for the local distribution of a wide array of accessible communications technology. It was mandated by the 21st Century...
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10th Annual Christmas on the Prairie Comes to St. Anthony’s Church in Hoven Sunday

HOVEN, S.D. – (DRG News) Sunday brings the tenth annual Christmas on the Prairie to Hoven’s Cathedral on the Prairie-St. Anthony’s Church.  The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra of Sioux Falls, led by Henry Charles Smith, will once again be a part of this year’s production.  Mary Keller of Hoven who is the co-coordinator for...
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