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SD Game, Fish and Parks Unveils New Website

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is inviting visitors to explore its new website at https://gfp.sd.gov/. “The new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout; connecting hunters, anglers, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts with their next outdoor experience and ensuring they have the most...
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SDDP Executive Director Responds to State of the State Address

PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Democratic Party released the following statement from Executive Director Sam Parkinson in response to Tuesday’s State of the State Address by Governor Dennis Daugaard: “40 years of one-party rule has led to one budget shortfall after another, a state government plagued by scandal and which regularly overturns the...
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Lower Brule Chairman to Give State of the Tribes Address

PIERRE, S.D. –Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Chairman Boyd Gourneau will deliver the 3rd Annual State of the Tribes Address tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 11, at 1 p.m. CST before the South Dakota Legislature. A couple topics Chairman Gourneau will address are meth use and healthcare. The State of the Tribes Address affords tribal leaders the...
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District 24 Legislators React to State of the State Speech

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard highlighted workforce development, the current status of the agricultural economy and the state’s conservative fiscal nature, among other things, during his State of the State address yesterday (Tues.). District 24 state representative Mary Duvall of Pierre chairs the House Transportation Committee.   The state legislature passed the Juvenile Justice...
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Daugaard Lays Out Conservative Fiscal Plan for FY19

Citing information given to the state by its primary economic consultant, Gov. Dennis Daugaard presented conservative fiscal recommendations during his State of the State Address yesterday (Tues.) Daugaard says the state is expecting positive revenue growth, but needs to remain cautious because recent growth has been sluggish and sale tax projections are down.  ...
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Daugaard: SD is Cautious About Spending

During his State of the state address yesterday (Tues.), Gov. Dennis Daugaard said South Dakota is very prudent about using budget reserves.
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Onida Woman Charged With Grand Theft

An Onida, SD, woman faces a grand theft charge after being accused of stealing merchandise from a Pierre business. According to the Pierre Police Department, just after 10:30 last night (Mon.), officers responded to a theft report in the 1700 Block of N. Garfield Avenue. The investigation revealed 35-year-old Jill Kenzy of Onida, who...
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Deer crashes into window at North Dakota health care center

ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) – A deer left a North Dakota health care facility in worse shape than when it entered. The American News reports the white-tailed doe crashed through a window of an empty room at Aberdeen Health and Rehab on Tuesday morning. Marketing Director Mike Brown says the animal might have been clipped...
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Weather Announcements for January 10, 2018

Wed. January 10, 2018: McIntosh school CLOSED today. The Campbell County Clinic at Herried is closed today.
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Online Sales Tax, Farm Bill Among Items on Noem’s 2018 Agenda

Congress is back in session and South Dakota’s representative has a variety of topics she wants to see on their agenda. During a stop in Pierre yesterday (Mon.), Congresswoman Kristi Noem says some topics are new, others come up each year.   Noem told DRG News and Farm the next farm bill is also...
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