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Rail Line Sale Still Possible

The sale of the former DM&E rail line from western Minnesota through South Dakota is still possible, but no decisions will be made until sometime next year.

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Traffic Camera Debate Continues

The director of the Iowa D-O-T says there’s “mixed” research data about whether automated traffic enforcement cameras improve safety or…

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State Money Mishandled

A state audit disclosed the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services mishandled hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Thune Has Doubts About Iran Nuke Deal

Western countries have reached a tentative deal with Iran to slow development of their nuclear capabilities.

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Watershed Task Force To Meet

The Regional Watershed Advisory Task Force meets today in Pierre.

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Planning Committee To Meet

The Legislative Planning Committee meets today in Pierre.

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Regional Economy Improves

After declining in October to its lowest level since 2012, the monthly Mid-America Business Conditions Index, a leading economic indicator for a nine-state region, increased for November.

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SD Retailers Look for Positive Returns

SD retailers are set up for a strong finish to the year following Black Friday.

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SD Legislative Committee Still Dealing With Drainage Issues

A SD legislative task force still working through watershed issues.

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Small Business Saturday

This Saturday is the day to visit your local businesses, to round out your holiday shopping.

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Yankton Teacher Contracts Approved

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The Yankton School Board last night voted to approve teacher contracts for the coming school year.

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Yankton Sales Tax Collections Up

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Sales tax numbers for the City of Yankton appear to be moving in a positive direction.

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School Board Kicks Around Soccer Program

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The Yankton School Board put off a decision on adding soccer as a sanctioned sport to their May meeting.

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Shared Parenting Possible Under New Law

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A bill passed by this year’s South Dakota legislature would allow judges to award shared parenting rights to separated or divorced couples.

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Retaining Labor A Priority For South Dakota

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The Administration of South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has made workforce development one of their top priorities since he was elected in 2010.