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Mitchell to Chamberlain Rail Project Wins Award

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – A South Dakota railroad rehabilitation project has captured regional acclaim from a national organization. The South Dakota Department of Transportation says the Mitchell to Chamberlain project was recognized in the America’s Transportation Awards for its best use of innovation. Crews working the $28 million project replaced 61.6 miles of rail...
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Prosecutors Say Case Should be Dismissed – For Now

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Federal prosecutors who accused a man of accepting kickbacks for housing contracts on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation say they want to drop the case but still have the right to refile it if they find more evidence. A jury in North Dakota last month found Michael Addington not guilty...
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South Dakota Cited in Federal Election Complaint

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – An organization that asked state officials in South Dakota to approve satellite absentee voting offices on three American Indian reservations has now filed a complaint with the federal Justice Department’s civil rights division. The Argus Leader reports that Four Directions filed the complaint after Secretary of State Jason Gant...
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Former USD Law Professor Myers to Run for Governor

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – A former University of South Dakota law professor has announced plans to run for governor as an independent candidate. The Argus Leader reports that 77-year-old Mike Myers announced his bid on Friday. Myers taught health care law and elder law at USD for 23 years. He also served as...
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