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Extreme Cold in the Dakotas to Linger Into Next Week

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – A few schools in the Dakotas are starting classes late in the aftermath of a storm that created blizzard conditions in many areas. Residents of the two states also are once again dealing with extreme cold. The National Weather Service has posted advisories for most areas, with wind chills dropping...
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Brule County Standoff Ends with Subject Surrendering to Law Enforcement

(From the South Dakota Department of Public Safety) PIERRE, S.D –  South Dakota Highway Patrol confirms the standoff at a Brule County residence has ended and the subject has surrendered without incident. The subject, Donald London, 42, of Kimball, S.D., had barricaded himself in his residence located at 24732 360th, yesterday afternoon and continued to remain...
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Sites Give Info on State Government But Not Set in Stone

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A new website is the latest to give South Dakotans more information about the inner workings of state government. But it and others aren’t in state law, so future leaders could reverse course. Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s office announced this week a website offering information on state boards and commissions,...
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Interim State Division of Insurance Leader Named Director

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A South Dakota native with a background in commercial banking and business management has been named director of the state Division of Insurance. Larry Deiter joined the division in November 2012 and has been interim director since December. He’ll be active at the national level in the National Association of...
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