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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Downtown Yankton To Become Movie Set

In News

Part of downtown Yankton will be a movie set later this month.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Asian Carp Invade Rivers

In News

This could be a big year for Asian carp in South Dakota rivers, and that could be bad news for boaters and fishermen.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Mosquito Season Is Here

In News

As summer heats up, the mosquito swarms will follow.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Eight Meat Groups Sue USDA Over COOL Rewrite

In Agriculture

Eight meat groups from the United States and Canada led by the American Meat Institute have filed a lawsuit against…

Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Area Farmers Taking Part In Trade Mission To Japan

In Agriculture

  Area farmers are in Japan as part of a U. S. Meat Export Federation trade mission to promote U.S.…

Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Senate Ag Committee Holding Hearing On Smithfield Purchase

In Agriculture

The Senate Ag Committee will hold a hearing this afternoon looking at the recent purchase of Smithfield Foods by a…

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Corn Growers President Wants Farm Bill Passed Split Or Not

In Agriculture

House Republican leaders have decided to drop food stamps from the farm bill and proceed with working for a vote…

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Rhoden Throws Hat Into Senate Race

In News

Former South Dakota legislative leader Larry Rhoden is planning to seek the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Lt. Governor Headed To Chicago

In News

Iowa’s lieutenant governor will be in Chicago Sunday to launch an international effort to increase student participation in science, technology, engineering and math — the so-called “STEM” courses.

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Wednesday, July 10, 201307/10/2013

Judge Misses Alternative Courts

In News

A judge on the Iowa Court of Appeals is lamenting the demise of three of the state’s specialty courts which have kept the drug-addicted and the mentally ill from repeatedly returning to prison.

Recent Headlines

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Genetically Engineered Miniature Pigs Aiding in Research

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A northwest Iowa company may be leading something of a shift to swine in medical research

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Minnesota Traffic Deaths Reach 100

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There have been 100 traffic deaths on Minnesota roads so far this year.

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Iowa Legislators Struggle to Conclude the 2016 Session

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The Iowa D-O-T's request for an extra 10-million dollars to cover negotiated salary increases is one of the sticking points that remains as lawmakers struggle to conclude the 2016 legislative session.

2 days ago in Local

Rural Airports in Nebraska Can Now Apply for Federal Funding

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Rural airports in Nebraska will be able to apply for federal funding now that Congress has approved a rider to the FAA reauthorization sponsored by Congressman Adrian Smith

2 days ago in Local

Compromise In the Works For Family Planning Services

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A compromise may be in the works over where Medicaid patients in Iowa can get family planning services after July 1st.