Rayola Dougher is the Senior Economist with the American Petroleum Institute this last hurdle is turning into a political football.
State tax receipts in Nebraska finished the fiscal year strong with a robust June.
The Yankton School Board began their new fiscal year this week, swore in elected members and re-organized.
Congress left Washington for the July fourth break without taking action on subsidized student loan rates, which let them double to six point eight percent. South Dakota
Part of downtown Yankton will be a movie set later this month.
This could be a big year for Asian carp in South Dakota rivers, and that could be bad news for boaters and fishermen.
As summer heats up, the mosquito swarms will follow.
Former South Dakota legislative leader Larry Rhoden is planning to seek the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate.
Iowa’s lieutenant governor will be in Chicago Sunday to launch an international effort to increase student participation in science, technology, engineering and math — the so-called “STEM” courses.
A judge on the Iowa Court of Appeals is lamenting the demise of three of the state’s specialty courts which have kept the drug-addicted and the mentally ill from repeatedly returning to prison.