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Man Pleads Guilty to Second Degree Escape

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) A December sentencing has been set for a man who was charged with Second Degree Escape.  19-year-old Brendan Thundershield was arrested last month in Pierre after police were called to a residence where loud music and possible underage drinking was reported.  Police said Thundershield took off running from the...
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Eagle Creek CEO Says Second Pierre Location a Possibility

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) The CEO of Eagle Creek Software Services says business has been good–and further expansion of the company’s Pierre facility is a possibility.   Eagle Creek, based in Minnesota, has locations in Pierre and Valley City, North Dakota; and is currently constructing a new facility in Vermillion.  Eagle Creek provides web...
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Fort Pierre Livestock Auction Holding Two Rollover Auctions for Rancher Relief Fund

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Fort Pierre Livestock Auction is one of many auction barns around the state holding rollover auctions to benefit the South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund.   Tomorrow and later this month-in conjunction with Fort Pierre Livestock’s regular cattle sale-funds will be raised to assist producers who lost livestock from last...
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Local People Helping Others in Haiti

MOBRIDGE, S.D. – (DRG News) We contacted Sheryl Stroh about the work they are doing in Haiti.  This is what she shared with us. “I decided to go on a Mission Trip after hearing of Marie Nash and Kim Rausch’s presentation on their previous mission trips. Just thinking about all the people and children...
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A Hearty Thank You From Cub Scout Pack 65

MOBRIDGE, S.D – (DRG News) We were contacted by Tom Collignon, Unit Commissioner – Mobridge, Boy Scouts of America and he provided this: “A hearty thank you from Cub Scouts of Trinity Lutheran Church Pack 65 to all those in Mobridge who gave bags of items for the “Scouting for Food” drive. If any...
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SD State Vet Updates Blizzard Livestock Deaths

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s state veterinarian says many of the thousands of cattle that perished in an Oct. 4 blizzard died of congestive heart failure brought on by stress. Dustin Oedekoven also has released updated totals on livestock deaths from the storm. He tells the Rapid City Journal his office has...
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SD Lottery Results for November 6, 2013

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – These South Dakota lotteries were drawn Wednesday: Dakota Cash 02-04-12-23-32 Estimated jackpot: $45,000 Hot Lotto 04-19-30-33-47, Hot Ball: 15 Estimated jackpot: $1.3 million Mega Millions Estimated jackpot: $115 million Powerball 01-05-10-15-49, Powerball: 22 Estimated jackpot: $70 million Wild Card 03-04-09-24-32, Wild Card: KC Estimated jackpot: $435,000
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Obama to Host Native American Tribes in Washington

WASHINGTON (AP) – Native Americans from around the country plan to meet with President Barack Obama next week. He’ll host the White House Tribal Nations Conference at the Department of the Interior on Nov. 13. The Indian Health Service says the conference will provide leaders from the 566 federally recognized tribes the chance to...
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Proposal for New Truck Route in Selby Denied

SELBY, S.D – (DRG News) One of the items on the agenda at Wednesday night’s, November 6th,  meeting of the Selby City Council was a proposal from the Northern Plains grain elevator to change the truck route through town. For almost twenty years the trucks have come down Main Street in Selby, at times...
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YMCA Makes Changes to Membership Structure-Effective January 1

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) January 1 will bring a new membership structure for the Oahe Family YMCA in Pierre.  The Y’s Board of Directors recently approved the new structure-which includes all adult land and water fitness classes-and Y members were notified of the changes in a letter last week.  Right now, the Y...
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