Electoral College Vote

PIERRE SD – Attorney General Marty Jackley and Pam Roberts joined Gov. Dennis Daugaard at the Capitol Building today to officially cast South Dakota’s electoral votes for Donald Trump and Mike Pence. The Governor and Attorney General appointed Roberts to take the place of Lt. Gov. Matt Michels, who was selected as an elector...
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City of Pierre Issues Snow Alert

PIERRE, S.D. –The City of Pierre has issued a Snow Alert. The Snow Alert means the City will remove snow from Emergency Snow Routes after midnight tonight.  Residents should remove vehicles from Emergency Snow Routes by midnight  tonight.  Vehicles remaining on Emergency Snow Routes after midnight are subject to ticketing and towing. The Snow...
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Stanley County Grand Jury Issued Three Felony Indictments

FORT PIERRE SD – Yesterday afternoon, the Stanley County grand jury issued three felony indictments: Brandon Hughes, a 19 y.o. male from Fort Pierre is charged with one count of Rape, 4th Degree in connection with an unlawful sexual relations with an underage female at the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016; a...
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Anglers Reminded to Use Caution While Ice Fishing

PIERRE, S.D. – With the recent temperatures, South Dakota lakes, ponds and sloughs are freezing quickly. South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) officials urge anglers, snowmobilers and recreationists to take extreme caution when venturing out. “We know winter recreationists are excited to get out, but we are encouraging people to use extreme caution...
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Central South Dakota Youth Goose Hunt To Be Held

PIERRE, S.D. – The Central South Dakota Youth Goose Hunt will be held Jan. 6-8, 2017, in the Pierre area. This free event is open to hunters ages 12-15. There will be an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6, at the Ramkota in Pierre. The hunts will take place on Saturday and...
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Women’s Prison Warden Retires

PIERRE, S.D.- Brenda Hyde, warden of the South Dakota Women’s Prison, has announced her retirement. Hyde has served as warden of the Pierre facility since October 2009. She has worked at the Women’s Prison since it opened in 1997. Bob Dooley, Director of Prison Operations for the Department of Corrections, has appointed Brent Fluke...
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Pierre/Fort Pierre VFW Post 2038 Meetings

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2038 is now meeting every third Thursday of the month at the American Legion Post 8 Cabin.  Next meeting is Thursday, December 15th, 2016 at 7:00 PM. Any and all veterans who are current VFW members, or have previously served in a designated combat zone, are encouraged to...
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Noem Says She Won’t Be in Donald Trump’s Administration

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Republican U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem says she won’t be serving in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration. Noem issued a statement Monday after at least one news outlet reported she was being vetted for Secretary of Agriculture. Noem called it an honor to be considered for a job in the administration but...
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Registration for 20th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek Opens Tomorrow

PIERRE, S.D. – Registration opens Dec. 14 for the 20th Annual Mickelson Trail Trek. Bicyclists can sign up online at South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks officials encourage bicyclists to register early to ensure spots in the Trek, which will be held Sept. 15-17, 2017. The ride is limited to 600...
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Highway Patrol Cracking Down on Seatbelt Violators

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s Highway Patrol has reinforced its efforts to encourage more motorists to wear their seatbelts. When conducting a traffic stop, Highway Patrol troopers will issue a seatbelt citation to all unrestrained occupants in accordance with state law and in addition to enforcement action on the primary traffic violation. The new...
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