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cross country

Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

Coyote Cross Country Sets Schedule

In Sports

Two home meets and an early look at the Midwest Regional course in Ames, Iowa, highlight the 2013 South Dakota cross country schedule.

twins

Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

Weaver Tough On Twins

In Sports

Jered Weaver continues to dominate the Twins.

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Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

Twins For Twins Star

In Sports

If there is something Joe Mauer knows well, it’s twins.

Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

Vikings Open Camp

In Sports

The Vikings report for their 48th training camp at Minnesota State University in Mankato today.

sports balls

Thursday, July 25, 201307/25/2013

Hawkeyes Add Administrator

In Sports

The University of Iowa has hired a Northern Illinois University administrator to oversee academic services for athletes.

headache

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

Commission Debates Noise Issue

In News

The Yankton City Commission again debated noise, and what to do about it at their meeting this week.

children

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

First Lady Promotes Foster Care

In News

South Dakota First Lady Linda Daugaard is on the road this summer promoting the need for foster families.

AmericanFlag

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

New Plans For Vets Home

In News

Plans for a new state Veterans Home in Hot Springs are in the process of being redrawn.

sick woman

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

Summer Brings Health Risks

In News

Summer is the time when all kinds of bugs can get you, including those that don’t crawl or fly.

nebraska

Wednesday, July 24, 201307/24/2013

Study Shows Irrigation Benefitted Nebraska’s Economy In 2012

In Agriculture

A study funded by the Nebraska Farm Bureau and conducted by Decision Innovation Solutions of Des Moines, Iowa shows farmers…

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in Agriculture

Sioux Empire Fair Underway

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The Sioux Empire Fair is underway in Sioux Falls this week and organizers are expecting big crowds.

in Agriculture

Vilsack Announces Dollars for Rural Electric Projects

electric poles

Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that $349 million is available for 15 rural electric infrastructure projects.

in Agriculture

Wind Energy Industry Praises Clean Energy Plan

Wind Turbine

The Executive Director of South Dakota’s Wind Energy Association sees positive potential with President Obama’s Clean Energy Plan released on Monday.

in Agriculture

Farm Bureau Unhappy With New Clean Energy Plan

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The Environmental Protection Agency is one of the groups that is hailing President Obama’s Clean Energy Plan.

in Agriculture

Nebraska Farmer Named New Grains Council Chairman

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Seward, Nebraska farmer, Alan Tiemann is the new chairman for U.S. Grains Council.