Local

CBOT

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

In Agriculture

USDA’s June supply and demand report was neutral to bearish on new crop corn ending stock with an increase to…

John Thune

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Thune OK With Senate Primary

In News

South Dakota republicans will have a Senate primary next June.

farming1

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Noem Calls Split Farm Bill A Start

In News

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem said it is a start.

WaterTap

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Water System May Receive Drip Of Funding

In News

The Lewis & Clark Regional Water System is closer to at least a little more federal funding.

Dave Heineman

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Heinemann Hopes For Results From Committee

In News

Members of the Nebraska Tax Modernization Committee have held their first session…a work session, a primer on taxes.

Steve King

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

King Says No To Immigration Bill

In News

Iowa Congressman Steve King is leading opposition to the push to pass some sort of immigration reform through the U.S. House.

vote

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Voter Registration Forms To Be Changed

In News

An edit has been ordered on new Iowa voter registration forms.

nebraska-state-capital

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Flood Stays Out Of Race

In News

Former Nebraska Legislative Speaker Mike Flood says he considered getting back in the race for governor after his wife’s health improved

CornField

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

NCGA Supports House Farm Only Legislation

In Agriculture

Thursday the U.S.House voted 216 to 208 along party lines to approve a farm only farm bill. National Corn Growers…

Washington DC

Friday, July 12, 201307/12/2013

Farmers Union Leader Concerned With Split Farm Bill Passing

In Agriculture

National Farmers Union is concerned with the heavily partisan vote taken in the House Thursday to approve a farm bill…

Recent Headlines

in National

Making headlines this week

sunflower

A look at the week's biggest newsmakers and the stories you won't soon forget.

in Local

South Dakota Democrats Investigate EB-5

south dakota democrats

The South Dakota Democratic Party is investigating the EB-5 scandal.

in National

March, memorial service planned in embattled Missouri town

ferguson

National Guard troops are preparing to leave following two straight nights of relative calm after more than a week of racially-charged protests.

in Local

Education Funding Debated

College Money Student

Funding education was one of the questions brought up at the Governors forum at Dakotafest this week.

in Local

SDSU Students Moving In

SDSU

This is move in weekend for college students and parents across the state, as classes begin next week.