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Huron to Help With Razing of 4-H Hall at Fair

HURON, S.D. (AP) – The building that housed 4-H exhibits and competitions at the South Dakota State Fair since the 1950′s is coming down. KOKK-AM reports Huron City commissioners approved a request to help with the demolition of Clover Hall by providing a dump truck and pay-loader and waiving landfill fees. State Fair Manager...
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Mount Rushmore Quarter Released in SD October 30, 2013

New Mount Rushmore Quarter to be Released

KEYSTONE, S.D. (AP) – The Shrine of Democracy will soon fit in your pocket. The new Mount Rushmore National Memorial quarter will be released Nov. 6 at a ceremony at the National Guard Armory in Custer. Collectors will be able to swap cash for $10 rolls of the new quarter and buy uncirculated Mount...
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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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