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USDA Says Showers, Warm Temps Advance SD Crop Development

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Scattered rain showers and warmer temperatures are helping to advance crop development in South Dakota The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its weekly crop report that farmers and ranchers had on average 5.1 days suitable for fieldwork. Winter wheat is jointed at 88 percent and headed at 63...
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State Climatologist Says Eastern SD Recovered from Drought

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – State Climatologist Dennis Todey says recent rains have helped eastern South Dakota recover from the drought, but the soil moisture has not been replenished in much of the western part of the state. Todey says southwestern South Dakota has received enough rain to keep conditions steady, but not enough to...
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Tower Days in Bowdle begins Thursday

Mobridge, S.D.- (KOLY) Well summer is officially in full swing, which is apparent with all the great parades and festivities throughout every community. Coming up this weekend it is Tower Days in Bowdle. The official theme this year is “The Fabulous Fifties”. Starting on Thursday the 27th, the Bowdle community theatre presents “Treasure of...
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Oahe Farm & Ranch Show Starts Tomorrow!

PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Tuesday and Wednesday brings the Oahe Farm & Ranch Show to central South Dakota.  The show will be held at Oahe Speedway north of Pierre and will cover about 160 acres with exhibitors, safety seminars, education conferences and demonstrations.  There will also be large ride and drive areas, test...
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