About one hundred sixty acres of land southwest of Gayville was sold at auction yesterday, bringing about eleven thousand dollars an acre.
The healthcare reform debate continued in Washington as Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius appeared before the Senate Finance Committee.
South Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice David Gilbertson has created the Special Committee on Judicial Election Campaign Intervention.
Low attendance and sporadic scheduling has some South Dakota legislators concerned about the usefulness of interim committees.
Dakota Resources, a leadership and economic development organization for South Dakota communities is looking for new sites to join their “Dakota Rising” program.
State health officials say three types of flu have been identified in Iowa.
Pete Ricketts, a republican candidate for governor in Nebraska is on the road this week, touring ag and manufacturing locations.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission approved a natural gas rate adjustment for Montana-Dakota Utilities.
Petition signatures calling for a higher minimum wage in South Dakota were turned into the Secretary of States office.
A new report shows how important early childhood education is to the later achievement of kids.