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South Dakota Adds To Rainy Day Fund

The State of South Dakota ended the fiscal year with another surplus, putting twenty four million dollars into….

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SDSU Cookies ‘n’ Cream named best ice cream treat in S.D.

Since the ’70s, the origin of Cookies ‘n’ Cream ice cream has been debated….

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Parasite Cases Continue To Rise

State health departments in Iowa and Nebraska are tracking an outbreak of cyclosporiasis….

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Funding Cuts For Highway 20

Officials in northwest Iowa say after decades of planning and construction, completing the conversion of Highway 20…

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Grants For Planting Trees

Towns and cities across Nebraska are eligible to apply for a grant program dedicated to trees…

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One Killed in Single Vehicle Accident

Early yesterday morning, Yankton Police responded to a car in Marne Creek…

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South Dakota’s Workforce Grows

The Legislative Planning Committee took an extensive look at the state of the workforce in South Dakota at their meeting….

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Wind Energy Development In South Dakota

While wind energy development has been at a standstill in the state for the last few years, that may change…

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More Money Than Expected in Nebraska

The State of Nebraska finished the last fiscal year on a strong surge, with tax revenue for the year….

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Searching For Sturgeon

The search for young palid sturgeon in the Missouri River continues….

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Growth Seen In Economic Index

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The Creighton University Mid-America Business Conditions Index for February, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region stretching from North Dakota to Arkansas, increased from January’s reading.

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Iowa Legislators Move to Budget And Education Issues

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With the debate over increasing the gas tax out of the way, Iowa legislators now can focus on the budget, and settling on education funding.

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Rounds Still Hopes For Pipeline

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South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds says he hopes the Congressional setback for the Keystone XL pipeline project doesn’t end up killing it.

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Higher Property Tax Revenue Expected In Nebraska

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A report from the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board shows that taxes for the current fiscal year will be more than sixty two million dollars higher than expected.

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State Education Spending Debate Continues

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State aid to education is a big issue for the South Dakota legislature.