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Tuesday, June 11, 201306/11/2013

Hicks Goes On DL

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The Twins have placed rookie outfielder Aaron Hicks on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.

Tuesday, June 11, 201306/11/2013

Vikings On The Field

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The Vikings begin their final set of organized team activities today.

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Tuesday, June 11, 201306/11/2013

Royals Sign Top Pick

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Royals top draft pick Hunter Dozier is in the fold.

Capitol

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

National Farmers Union President Expects Senate To Approve Farm Bill

In Agriculture

Today, the Senate is expected to vote on final passage of the farm bill. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson…

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

North Dakota Ag Commissioner Going On Turkey Trade Trip

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North Dakota Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring leaves this week with USDA Acting Deputy Secretary Michael Scuse on a trade mission…

Milking

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

South Dakota Ag Department Developing Raw Milk Rule

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South Dakota’s Agriculture Department is developing proposed rules governing human consumption of bottled raw milk.  Ag Department’s General Counsel and…

Dennis Daugaard

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

Veterans Home Topic Of Special Session

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South Dakota legislators will be asked to approve up to ten million dollars in additional state funding for construction of a new veterans home in Hot Springs.

Milk

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

Raw Milk Consumer Opposes South Dakota Rule

In Agriculture

Written Public Comment on Human Consumption of Bottled Raw Milk Rules is being taken by the

Education Pencils

Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

More High School Students On The Way

In News

New projections show that the number of high school students in the state will start increasing in the next few years.

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Monday, June 10, 201306/10/2013

Iowa Legislative Session Ended In Compromise

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Iowa schools will see more money and more rules following this year’s legislative session.

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Iowa Unemployment Drops

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The state unemployment rate in Iowa dropped in December, and a spokesperson for Iowa Workforce Development says the state is getting close to "full employment."

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Bill Seeks To Prevent Wage Theft

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Four Iowans who say they've been the victims of wage theft testified at the statehouse Tuesday, part of an effort by Senate Democrats to build support for a bill that would require businesses to provide employees with a written record of how they're to be paid.

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Nebraska Concerned About Possible Measles Outbreak

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Nebraska health officials express concern that a measles outbrak that began in Disneyland could spread throughout the country.

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Resolution Would Demand End To US Department Of Education

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The South Dakota House debated a resolution yesterday calling for the abolition of the US Department of Education.

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Blizzard hits New England, canceling flights, causing damage

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The storm missed most of New York and New Jersey, but airlines are scrambling to reschedule some 4,700 flights that were canceled ahead of the snow.