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Distance Education Continues to Grow in SD

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota Board of Regents says nearly 22,000 students enrolled in a distance education course at South Dakota public universities last year. That’s an 8.5 percent growth in unduplicated students enrolled in distance courses. It’s slightly lower than last year’s 13 percent increase. Regents executive director and chief...
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More Snow on the Way for Western SD’s Black Hills

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) – More snow is on the way for parts of the Black Hills in western South Dakota, as crews continue working to restore power to people who lost electricity during a blizzard earlier this month. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the central and northern...
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Mount Rushmore Site of Government Shutdown Protest

KEYSTONE, S.D. (AP) – Mount Rushmore National Memorial is reopening, but some people aren’t happy about the lack of federal support for the memorial in western South Dakota’s Black Hills. National parks have been closed because of the partial government shutdown. South Dakota and several corporate donors worked out a deal with the National...
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Wheat Growers Locations Recognized for Safety

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has recognized eight Wheat Growers locations for superior safety performance. The Carpenter, Huron Fertilizer and Grain, Kennebec, Miller, Aberdeen’s West Terminal, Willow Lake, Woonsocket and Yale grain and agronomy cooperative locations recently received meritorious achievement awards at the South Dakota Safety & Health Conference Governor’s Safety...
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