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Dakotas Dealing With Blustery Winds, Blowing Snow, Icy Cold

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Some schools in the Dakotas are starting late and others are closing early as more bad winter weather bears down on the two states. The National Weather Service has posted a variety of blizzard and winter weather advisories, watches and warnings for the two states through the day. Transportation officials...
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Suspect in Armed Standoff Near Kimball Still Not in Custody

KIMBALL, S.D. (AP) – An armed standoff at a rural home northwest of Kimball in which a Highway Patrol trooper was seriously wounded is stretching into a second day. Brule County Sheriff Darrell Miller says the 42-year-old man inside the home is not yet in custody. Miller says no other people have been hurt....
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Negotiations Continue in Brule County Standoff

(From the South Dakota Department of Public Safety) Negotiations continue in a rural Brule County standoff. The subject, Donald London, 42, of Kimball, S.D., and a second individual barricaded themselves at his residence located at 24732 360th Ave., in Kimball, this afternoon.  London initiated a phone call to the Brule County Sheriff’s Office today threatening...
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Filmmaker Says Documentary on Casey Tibbs Should be Complete This Year

UNDATED – (DRG News) Work continues on a documentary on the life of former rodeo great Casey Tibbs.  Midland area native Justin Koehler started working on the film following the completion of his previous documentary called “The Buffalo King” on the life of Scotty Philip.  The Casey Tibbs film will be called “Floating Horses:...
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