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Water Rates Will Go Up Significantly

The proposed location of a new water treatment plant drew most of the comments…

David Young

Young Formally Announces Candidacy

Senator Chuck Grassley’s chief of staff hopes to join Grassley in the U.S. Senate. David Young formally announced his candidacy…

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Heineman Makes No Apologies For Cuts

The Nebraska State Auditor’s Office will operate with less money the next two years after ….

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Investigating Debt Collectors

Iowa Attorney General is leading a multi-state investigation of banks and other businesses….

South Dakota Capitol

South Dakota Vets Home

South Dakota legislators will be asked to approve up to ten million dollars in state funding to….

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“Impact 2018” Plan

Development is well under way for the next five year plan at South Dakota State University….

Money Dollars

Sequestration Shrinks Debt

The Congressional Budget Office says the federal deficit is on track to shrink to….

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Education Funding Study

The interim education funding study committee of the South Dakota legislature will hold its first meeting….

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Gas Prices Going Down Slowly

Gas prices in South Dakota shot up just before the Memorial Day weekend.

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Gas Prices on the Way Down

The pain at the gas pump for Minnesotans is easing just a bit.

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Two Dead in Northeast Nebraska Crash

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Two people were killed in a head on accident in Cedar County Nebraska.

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Petition Effort To Restore Death Penalty Completed

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A referendum petition drive far exceeded the number of signatures needed to keep the repeal of the death penalty from taking effect...and to force a vote on the issue.

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Authorities Seek To Control Mussels

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Now that growing numbers of zebra mussels have been confirmed in Lewis & Clark Lake, the focus changes to slowing the spread of the invasive animal.

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South Dakota Students Above Average

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A.C.T. scores from last spring’s testing have been released by the South Dakota Department of Education, and the states students continue to score above the national average.

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School Districts Seek Additonal Funding

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A record number of Minnesota school districts -- 66 at last count -- are asking voters to increase property taxes this year so they can construct new buildings.