USDA Says South Dakota Row Crops Moving Toward Maturity

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s corn silage harvest is well underway and row crops are moving toward maturity. The National Agricultural Statistics Service says in its weekly crop report that baling hay and moving bales were the other major ag activities for the week that ended Sunday. Winter wheat seeding was ahead...
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Fall Foliage or Turning Leaves

Several Sites Around SD Offer Good Foliage Viewing

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s cooling temperatures mean the fall foliage will soon be on display as the leaves start to turn color. The state Tourism Department has posted a list of locations around the state where the viewing is especially good. In the West, it includes Spearfish Canyon and the George S....
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Bras for a Cause 2013 (Save the Boobers by Ann Rohlf)

Check Out Entries for This Year’s Bras for a Cause Fundraiser-Now at Pierre Mall

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Local citizens have a chance for a few more weeks to vote for their favorite decorated bra-as part of an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.  For the past few years, creative designers have come up with clever ways to decorate bras each fall, the bras are displayed...
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Recycling Bin

YETI and EnviroTech Remind Local Citizens of Recycling Option

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) A curbside recycling program, started by a local non profit organization and a Pierre based business continues to take new customers.  The non-profit group known as YETI (Young Enthusiasts Taking Initiative) started the grassroots effort for the pilot program with EnviroTech in one Pierre neighborhood this summer.  For a...
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