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Tuesday, July 16, 201307/16/2013

Governor Says State Has Budget Surplus

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The $24 million dollars will go to the Budget Reserve Fund.

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Tuesday, July 16, 201307/16/2013

Attorney General Says Officers Justified In Shooting Suspect

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The incident occurred in June in southwest South Dakota.

Monday, July 15, 201307/15/2013

Corn Palace Renovation Plan On City Council Agenda

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The $7.1 million dollar project would be done in two phases.

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Monday, July 15, 201307/15/2013

Rapid City Not Interested In Texting Ban

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Seven of SD’s largest cities have enacted texting while driving bans.

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Monday, July 15, 201307/15/2013

National Native American Magazine Going Digital

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This Week From Indian Country Today will become an online newsletter this month.

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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Mitchell Man Being Sued By State Farm

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Ed Olson is being sued after a 2010 Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo Parade accident.

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Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Lower Brule Escapee Captured

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21 year old Troy Fairbanks was caught early Friday morning.

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

15 Year Old Arrested For Sioux Falls Burglaries

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Police are searching for a second suspect.

Tuesday, July 9, 201307/09/2013

Two Dead In Accident In Charles Mix County

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One man was seriously injured in the accident.

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Tuesday, July 9, 201307/09/2013

Mitchell City Council Set Election Date

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A referendum petition for wine on sidewalks downtown will be decided on June 3, 2014.

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Daugaard To Review Youth Minimum Wage Bill

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The measure passed in both chamber of the South Dakota Legislature.

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Thune To Be In Mitchell On Friday

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The senior senator will speak to a high school class and tour a couple of locations.

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Three City Council Members Take Out Petitions For Re-election

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Signed petitions must be returned by the end of March.

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Supreme Court Decision On ACA Could Affect 18,000 South Dakotans

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The court will determine whether residents are eligible for tax subsidies to cost health insurance premium costs.