SD Goose and Mourning Dove Seasons Open September 1

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s Canada goose hunting season opens Sept. 1 across much of the state, and the mourning dove hunting season starts statewide. Goose season is open until Sept. 30 in Unit 1, which includes most of the state. The daily limit is 15, with a possession limit of three times...
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Group Seeks Fair Price For Power Sold to Utilities

BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) – Dakota Rural Action says South Dakotans who produce electricity from small solar and wind installations should get a fair price when they sell that power to utility companies. The grassroots agriculture and conservation group says small wind and solar installations represent the future of energy production. Members of the group...
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SD Governor Makes First Successful Skydive

MADISON, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says his first skydive was an “absolutely incredible” experience. The 60-year-old governor jumped from a plane over Madison Wednesday night in tandem with an instructor and fell 10,000 feet before landing safely in a field. He did it to fulfill a pledge to help raise...
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Volunteers Continue Working on Fort Pierre’s Train Depot

FORT PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) Fort Pierre’s train depot now has some new added features.  The building, which was returned from a Mud Butte ranch to Fort Pierre in March, recently had new signs marking the building with the words “Ft. Pierre” on the north and south ends of the structure.  The depot...
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