Daugaard to Ponder Youth Wage Proposal Passed by Legislature

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Gov. Dennis Daugaard wants to review a measure to exempt South Dakota’s youngest workers from the $8.50 minimum wage voters approved in November before deciding whether to sign the bill. The state Legislature has approved the measure. Daugaard’s spokeswoman said Thursday he wants to look over the plan, which would...
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Some Farmers Worry About Competition in Planned Co-op Merger

ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) – Some South Dakota farmers say they’re concerned about what an upcoming agriculture cooperative merger could mean for competition in the state. The South Dakota Wheat Growers and North Central Farmers Elevator announced plans this week to join and create a newly named co-op. They’ll have a combined membership of nearly...
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Mobridge Sees Nobody Running Against City Council and School Board Incumbents

MOBRIDGE, SD- (DRG News) In a rare occurrence, nobody is challenging the incumbents of the school board and city council of Mobridge, which means Mobridge voters will only have one issue on the agenda for the city election on Tuesday, April 8th. Rose Henderson of Ward I, Tony Yellow Boy of Ward II, and...
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Mobridge Police Makes Arrests Over the Weekend

MOBRIDGE, SD- (DRG News) On Saturday, February 28th, a search warrant was obtained and executed at a residence located at 305 2nd Ave. West. 52 year old Monica F. Bone Club and 23 year old Tai P. Bone Club were arrested. Charges resulting from the investigation include Possession of more than 2 ounces of...
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