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Riverwalk Landing Project to go Public Vote

  FT. PIERRE, S.D. -  Ft. Pierre’s Riverwalk Landing project will go before the voters. One hundred signatures on a petition filed by Fort Pierre business owner Diane London Thursday will refer the controversial, $16 million Riverwalk Landing development on the Missouri River to a public vote in July. The Fort Pierre City Council...
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Trail of Governors

Trail of Governor Statues to be Dedicated June 14

  PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The bronze statues of former South Dakota governors Frank Farrar, Harvey Wollman and Bill Janklow will be unveiled during a July 14 event in the state Capitol Rotunda.  Gov. Dennis Daugaard will be among the speakers celebrating the latest additions to the Trail of Governors.  Foundation board member Rick...
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Zinter, Sandy

South Dakota State Human Resources Commissioner Retiring

  PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Sandy Zinter, the head of South Dakota state government’s personnel agency, is retiring.  Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he hates to see Zinter retire from her job as commissioner of the Bureau of Human Resources, but he understands her desire to spend more time with her family.  Zinter has led...
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South Dakota Court says Plea Bargain was Unconstitutional

  PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Supreme Court says plea bargains that defer prosecution for crimes cannot force defendants to plead guilty later if they violate the terms of probation.  The high court’s ruling overturns a South Dakota man’s conviction of grand theft for allegedly stealing a car in August 2010.  Travis...
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