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RainyDay

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

South Dakota Adds To Rainy Day Fund

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The State of South Dakota ended the fiscal year with another surplus, putting twenty four million dollars into….

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Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

National Corn Growers Defending RFS And Pushing For Farm Bill

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National Corn Grower members are in Washington DC this week for their Corn Congress. President Pam Johnson says their top…

SDSUiceCream

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

SDSU Cookies ‘n’ Cream named best ice cream treat in S.D.

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Since the ’70s, the origin of Cookies ‘n’ Cream ice cream has been debated….

CornField

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

RFA Vice President Disputes Blend Wall Arguement

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The American Petroleum Institute is putting pressure on federal officials to repeal the Renewable Fuel Standard. API is saying the…

Annette Bosworth

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Sioux Falls Doctor Enters South Dakota US Senate Race

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Dr. Annette Bosworth has declared her candidacy for the Republican nomination for the United States Senate.  She made the announcement…

MI River

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Transportation Official Hoping For Conference On Water Development Bill

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Soy Transportation Coalition officials are hoping House Senate conferees will get going on putting together water development legislation. Most of…

Stethoscope Medical

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Parasite Cases Continue To Rise

In News

State health departments in Iowa and Nebraska are tracking an outbreak of cyclosporiasis….

Road Construction

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Funding Cuts For Highway 20

In News

Officials in northwest Iowa say after decades of planning and construction, completing the conversion of Highway 20…

Planting Trees

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

Grants For Planting Trees

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Towns and cities across Nebraska are eligible to apply for a grant program dedicated to trees…

YanktonAccident071613

Wednesday, July 17, 201307/17/2013

One Killed in Single Vehicle Accident

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Early yesterday morning, Yankton Police responded to a car in Marne Creek…

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U.S. runs hundreds of counter-terrorism investigations

Police tape cordons off the site of a car bomb attack in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. The explosion occurred near a military hospital in the Yemeni capital on Monday, causing dozens of casualties including civilians, security officials said. The Islamic State's Sanaa Division claimed responsibility on Twitter for detonating the parked car bomb, according to the SITE Intelligence Group monitoring service. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

U.S. authorities are pursuing hundreds of active counter-terrorism investigations embracing all 50 American states.

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USDA to Allow Beef Imports From Brazil and Argentina

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Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack is moving ahead with two rules that will allow imports of fresh beef from 14 states…

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UNL to House New Drought Risk Management Research Center

UNL Drought Center

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will house the new Drought Risk Management Research Center. It will be established at the National…

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Farm Groups Happy with STB Reform Bill

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South Dakota Corn Grower leaders met with Senator John Thune in Sioux Falls this week to get updated on his…

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More States Pile on Clean Water Rule Lawsuit

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This week Attorneys General from now 27 states, including South and North Dakota and Nebraska, filed suit against the EPA…