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SD License Tag Terminal Online in Yankton

The SD Department of Revenue has placed a self service license tag terminal in Hy Vee in Yankton.

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School Board In Planning Process

The Yankton School District is in the midst of a strategic planning process, with the goal of a long range plan.

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South Dakota Residents Losing Health Policies

South Dakota Senator John Thune says they are starting to hear from people who have had their individual insurance policies cancelled under terms of the Affordable Care Act.

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Noem: ACA Problems Bigger Than Website

Complaints of cancelled insurance policies led President Obama to announce those policies could be continued for one more year.

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Black Friday To Arrive Early

A number of national retail chains have decided to open their “Black Friday” sales earlier by starting on Thanksgiving. Some as early as 6am on that Thursday.

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Heat Assistance Still Available

Payments for heat assistance are flowing out to low income households.

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Petition Counting Continues

The verification process is underway that could lead to two initiated measure going on next November’s ballot in South Dakota.

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School Board Plans Improvements

The Yankton School Board approved a “design build” project that will replace and upgrade heating and cooling units in a number of buildings.

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Bankers Lobby On Tax Issues

Bankers around the state will be meeting with local governments to talk about taxes that are not being paid by credit unions and Farm Credit Services.

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AP on Ethanol; Details…

AP has released a story critical of ethanol and it’s environmental impacts.

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Drunk Boating Monitored

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Law enforcement officers were scattered around Iowa last weekend monitoring lakes and rivers for drunk boaters as part of the national Operation Dry Water campaign.

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Less Bacteria, More Algae in Iowa Lakes

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Sunny days with less rainfall have helped clear up some of the bacteria problems in the water at Iowa park beaches.

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Iowa Governor Vetoes School Spending

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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has been hinting for weeks that he was unhappy with the legislature's bipartisan compromise on education funding.

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Caution Needed With Fireworks Displays

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Everyone loves a backyard fireworks display or attending a big show on the 4th of July.

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OSHA Investigating Nebraska Explosion

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The U-S Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration opened an investigation into Wednesday's explosion at Sapp Bros. in West Point, Nebraska.