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SD Panel Recommends Keeping Negro in Place Names

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Acting on a request by black leaders, the South Dakota panel responsible for getting rid of offensive geographic names has decided to seek the repeal of a state law that requires the renaming of places that use the word “Negro.” Current state law requires the South Dakota Board on Geographic...
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AG Warns of Scams Targeting Green Dot MoneyPak

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Attorney General Marty Jackley is warning South Dakota consumers of the scams surrounding the use of Green Dot MoneyPak cards. Officials have received numerous calls from consumers who have been targeted. Green Dot MoneyPak cards are legitimate products that allow consumers to reload MoneyPaks to other prepaid cards, add money...
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Aberdeen Lawyer to be Appointed SD Circuit Judge

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Gov. Dennis Daugaard says he will appoint Aberdeen lawyer Rick Sommers to be a state circuit judge in an area covering northeastern and north-central South Dakota. Sommers will fill a vacancy created by the pending retirement of Circuit Judge Jack Von Wald. The 5th Judicial Circuit includes Brown, Campbell, Day,...
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Extreme Cold Blankets Dakotas After Days of Snow

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Some organizations in the Dakotas are canceling holiday events as bitter cold settles over the region. A “Christmas at the Zoo” fundraising event in the North Dakota city of Minot and “Parade of Lights” events in the South Dakota cities of Yankton and Sturgis are among those being called off....
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