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SD Indian Community Losing Supporter in Johnson

PINE RIDGE, S.D. (AP) – Members of South Dakota’s American Indian community say they will lose a strong supporter when U.S. Sen. Tim Johnson steps down. The 66-year-old Democrat announced Tuesday that he will retire next year at the end of his third Senate term. He has been known during his nearly three decades...
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Secretary of State Gant: SD Sees Record Number of Corporate Filings in December

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota saw a record number of new corporate filings in December. Secretary of State Jason Gant says that suggests the state’s economy is improving. Corporate filings in December totaled 827, a 23 percent increase over the year and the highest number on record. Gant tells the Argus Leader...
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State GF&P to Stock Trout in Two Areas Near Pierre

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A state fisheries biologist says rainbow trout will be stocked in two areas near Pierre starting the first week of April. Robert Hanten of the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department says the department will stock catchable-size rainbow trout at Oahe Marina and Downs Marina. Trout released in Downs...
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State Department of Transportation Releases Travel App

ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) – Traveling in South Dakota? There’s an app for that – on Android smart phones, anyway. The state’s Department of Transportation has released the South Dakota 511 mobile app, providing information on road conditions, highway closures and travel advisories. The app has the same information as SafeTravelUSA.com but is formatted for...
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