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Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

NACD Backs Legislation To Create Transparency In Conservation Litigation

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The National Association of Conservation Districts is backing a pair of bills that will create more transparency in conservation litigation.…

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Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

South Dakota Horse Slaughter Proponent Pleased Court Case Advancing

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Parties on both sides of the horse slaughter case want a decision as quickly as possible. Government Attorneys representing USDA…

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Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

GPAC Tabs Honorees

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The Great Plains Athletic Conference has announced its first weekly football Player of the Week honors for 2013.

Chris Colabello,Joe Vavra

Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

Colabello Powers Twins

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Chris Colabello broke a six-all tie with a grand slam in the top of the ninth inning as the Twins beat the Astros 10-6 from Minute Maid Park.

Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

Williams Sits Out

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Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams remains sidelined with a hyperextended knee.

Football

Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

Husker QB OK

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Taylor Martinez won’t miss any action.

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Tuesday, September 3, 201309/03/2013

Iowa Teams Seek Rebound

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Iowa is looking to bounce back from a season-opening loss to Northern Illinois

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Monday, September 2, 201309/02/2013

Senator Tours State

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Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer has spent the month of August hosting listening session throughout the state.

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Monday, September 2, 201309/02/2013

Low Bids Delay Network Sale

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Governor Terry Branstad says if the Iowa Communications Network is to be sold, the bids must be about 18 times greater than the bids that were submitted recently.

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Monday, September 2, 201309/02/2013

State Parks Closing

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Nearly 30 state parks will close as the Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners shifts personnel to complete overdue maintenance.

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Sediment In Lake An Issue

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The amount of sediment flowing into Lewis and Clark Lake from the Niobrara River have groups struggling to find a solution.

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National Farmers Union Calls on Congress to Uphold COOL Funding

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National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson is calling on members of Congress not to attach additional clauses to appropriations bills.

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National Biodiesel Board Concerned Over Approval of Argentinian Imports

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National Biodiesel Board leaders are calling on EPA to reconsider their recent decision allowing Argentinian biodiesel imports into the United States under the Renewable Fuel Standard.

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South Dakota Farmers Union Pleased With Legislative Results

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The 2015 South Dakota Legislative session ended on Monday with lawmakers wrapping up business and considering vetoes issued by the Governor.

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Camping Reservations Being Taken

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With warm weather around the corner, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is gearing up for vacation season and already getting reservations for camping sites at many of the state parks.