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Drought Still Impacting Missouri River Management

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The Army Corps of Engineers says it expects higher-than-usual runoff in the Missouri River basin next year, but the system of dams along the river will still have minimum flows to recover from drought last year. The Capital Journal reports that the corps says wet soil conditions from abnormally high...
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Sculptor Working on Rounds Statue for Trail of Governors Talks About the Theme of the Artwork

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) One of the artists who is part of the Trail of Governors project in Pierre is now working on a third statue, that of former Governor Mike Rounds.   A total of six statues are now up in different locations in Pierre, stretching from near the Capitol Building to downtown...
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Hubbel Discusses Issues of Concern Following Political Announcement for Governor’s Office

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) A Sioux Falls woman who plans to run for Governor in the Republican primary next year says she’s had a favorable response to the announcement.  Former South Dakota State Representative Lora Hubbel announced earlier this month that she wants to be on the ballot for the Governor’s office...
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With the First Snow in Local Cities-Fort Pierre and Pierre Offer Reminders of Street Parking Rules for Trailers and Vehicles

UNDATED – (DRG News) The City of Fort Pierre is reminding residents that they need to move boats, campers and recreational vehicles from the public right of ways soon.  According to ordinance, the units should not be parked on the traveled portion of the public right of way in Fort Pierre between November 15...
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