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More Clashes To Come

Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns sees even more clashes over money matters ahead in Congress.

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Michels Named To Retirement System Board

South Dakota Lieutenant Governor Matt Michels has been named to the board of directors of the South Dakota State Retirement System.

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Noem Introduces Healthcare Bill

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem has introduced a bill that she says would help rural health care providers and their patients.

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Iowa Lottery Breaks Records

The head of the Iowa Lottery said the lottery generated a record pay out to players and return of dollars to the state.

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Effort To Keep I-80 Fatality Free

Law enforcement in the 11 states along I-80 are teaming up on a campaign lasting through the end of the month.

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Still Tense In Senate

A couple of resolutions to some sticky problems in the United States Senate haven’t brought total peace between majority Democrats and minority Republicans.

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Thune Introduces New Bill

South Dakota Senator John Thune says Congress passes spending bills every year that does not look at long term financial impacts….

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New Student Testing

Schools in South Dakota are moving toward a new process that will evaluate teachers and administrators on an objective scale….

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South Dakota Ends Fiscal Year in the Black

The State of South Dakota ended the fiscal year in the black, and was able to transfer about twenty four million dollars to the reserve fund…..

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High Lottery Sales in Nebraska

A milestone for the Nebraska Lottery….

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New Science Lab At MMC

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The new Avera Science Lab at Mount Marty College in Yankton was blessed and dedicated Friday.

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Number Of Deer Licenses To Be Reduced

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State wildlife officials say hunters in Iowa have sufficiently thinned down the deer herds, so the number of hunting licenses that will be issued is being scaled back to stabilize the population.

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Legislator Wants To Expand Iowa’s Legal Marijuana Law

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Six of the 10 members of an Iowa interim legislative committee say it's time for Iowa to make growing and distributing marijuana legal, if it's used for medical purposes.

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Growth Goal For U Of Iowa

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University of Iowa president, Sally Mason, told the Board of Regents this week her goal is to grow the size of the Iowa City school.

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Nebraska Reps Decry President’s Delay On ISIS

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Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns says he wishes President Obama responded to the threat of ISIL...or ISIS...earlier.