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Friday, July 19, 201307/19/2013

New SD Park To Be Dedicated

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Good Earth State Park is the first state park in 40 years.

Thursday, July 18, 201307/18/2013

Sales Tax Figures Down In Mitchell

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Sales tax is down about 1.5 percent so far in 2013.

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Thursday, July 18, 201307/18/2013

Two Letcher Men Indicted On Tax Charges

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The pair will stand trial in September.

gavel

Thursday, July 18, 201307/18/2013

Judges Upholding Blood Tests In DUI Cases

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The South Dakota Supreme Court will likely weigh in on the issue.

jail

Thursday, July 18, 201307/18/2013

South Dakota Man Challenges Life Sentence

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Paul Dean Jensen Jr. was sentenced to life in prison for a murder he committed when he was 14.

SD sign

Thursday, July 18, 201307/18/2013

Meeting To Focus On DOT’s Yankton Sioux Signs

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State transportation officials say the signs are not meant to carry any sort of statement.

rodeo

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Rodeo Awards Given Last Night

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The Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo Hall of Fame Mixer was held Tuesday night.

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

South Dakota Crops Boosted By Rainy And Warm Weather

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Parts of western South Dakota are still in need of moisture.

PROJECTOR

Tuesday, July 16, 201307/16/2013

Starlite Drive-In To Close For Good

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An expensive shift in technology is cited as the reason for the closing.

capital

Tuesday, July 16, 201307/16/2013

Sioux Falls Physician To Enter US Senate Race

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Annette Bosworth will make the announcement on Tuesday in Plankinton.

Recent Headlines

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Longtime Mitchell High School Teacher Roger Allen Passes Away

Roger Allen

He died in Sioux Falls under hospice care on Friday.

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Senate Candidates Hold Debate In Vermillion

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Topics included the EB-5 program, Congressional gridlock, and immigration reform.

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South Dakota Voters To Decide On Deadwood Gambling Expansion

slots

Supporters say the new games would attract younger players.

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MTI Foundation Receives Record-Setting Gift

MTI campus

Earl Nordby of Huron and his family donated $1 million dollars to the school.