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Supreme Court to Hear Implied Consent Argument

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The South Dakota Supreme Court plans to hear arguments on the constitutionality of the state’s implied consent law for drunken driving enforcement. The law allows for blood to be drawn from motorists suspected of drunken driving without their permission or a warrant. The blood tests are used to determine the...
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South Dakota Native to Attempt Solo Flight Around the World

ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) – A South Dakota native is about to embark in a solo flight around the world.  Matthew Guthmiller is scheduled to begin his trip Wednesday in California. The Aberdeen man would stop in his hometown that day, too.  Guthmiller plans to make 20 stops in 13 countries on five continents in...
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Rounds’ Fundraising Pace Slows; Leads Cash on Hand

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – The fundraising pace for Mike Rounds’ campaign for U.S. Senate slowed during the month and a half leading up to the June Republican primary, but the former governor still has the edge in cash on hand.  Federal Election Commission reports show that Rounds raised about $175,000 between April 1...
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South Dakota Indian Education Director Amiotte Starts June 9

   PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – Lowell Amiottewill be the next director of the South Dakota Office of Indian Education. Amiotte is an Oglala Lakota tribal member born on the Pine Ridge reservation.   State Education Secretary Melody Schopp announced the appointment at a recent State-Tribal Relations Committee meeting.   Schopp says the position is a huge undertaking...
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