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Board of Regents Cites Annual Reports from University Centers

The South Dakota Board of Regents released numbers this week that indicate University Centers offer South Dakotans greater access to higher education. Regents have received reports from three off-campus centers in the state, including Capital University Center in Pierre on program delivery and enrollment numbers. Highlights from CUC’s report indicate that the center delivered...
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Wheat Growers to Hold Groundbreaking at Site of Future Facility in Kennebec

UNDATED – (DRG News) Groundbreaking will be next week for Wheat Growers shuttle loader grain handling, fertilizer and agronomy facility in Kennebec. Wheat Growers is going ahead with the new Kennebec facility following news that the 40-mile Chamberlain to Presho railroad line will be rehabilitated. The South Dakota Department of Transportation announced last month...
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Midland and Hayes Firefighters Respond to Small Grass Fire Wednesday

HAYES, S.D. – (DRG News) A fire southwest of Hayes burned a few acres of grass and 3-4 bales yesterday. Clint Alleman, Fire Chief for the Four Corners Fire Department says a baler started the fire Wednesday afternoon about 2:50 p.m. MT.  Alleman says the Midland Fire Department was first to the scene and...
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Man Serving 261 Years Wants Sentence Reduced

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A man serving a 261-year prison sentence for his role in the 1996 shooting death of a Pierre taxi cab driver wants his sentence reduced. Shawn Springer is now 35 years old. He was 16 at the time of the robbery and killing of cab driver Michael Hare. He appealed...
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