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Making a Difference for Tuberous Sclerosis

MOBRIDGE, S.D. - Ten year old Nehemiah Bauer was born with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, a disorder that affects the skin, brain/nervous system, kidneys, and heart, and causes tumors to grow. Recently, we spoke with his mother Alana about her recent fundraising campaign in which she sold unique one-of-a-kind Team Nehemiah t-shirts with all the proceeds...
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Candidates Make Final Push Ahead of Primary

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A former governor, two state lawmakers and two political newcomers are making their final pitches to South Dakota voters as they vie for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Democrat Tim Johnson. Former Gov. Mike Rounds, state Sen. Larry Rhoden, state Rep. Stace...
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November Ballot Measure Explanations Posted

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakotans won’t vote on any ballot questions in Tuesday’s primary but will decide three measures in the November general election. Attorney General Marty Jackley has released the explanations of those issues and they’re posted on Secretary of State Jason Gant’s website at sdsos.gov. Initiated Measure 17 would require health...
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Historical Society to Host Music, Design Webcast

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota State Historical Society is hosting a webcast that explores how popular music and design influenced culture and lifestyle between the 1960s and 1980s. The program sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution will be broadcast June 8 at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. The webcast is part of...
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