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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Fertilizer Groups Developing Pro Active Safety Plan

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  Two major agricultural and fertilizer industry groups are developing a fertilizer code of practice as a proactive safety plan. …

Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Enrollment Data Studied

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South Dakota State University President Dr. David Chicoine says they have been looking at lots of student numbers.

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Education Study Set

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An interim committee of the South Dakota legislature will again study education funding.

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

High School Diploma Needed

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Minnesota’s economy has done extraordinarily well compared to other states — but the biggest challenge is….

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Bill To Transform Iowa Schools

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Iowa’s Governor signed a bill into law that he says will transform Iowa schools.

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Tax Relief For Nebraskans

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Nebraska’s Governor has signed three tax break bills into law, calling them…

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

SDSU Tops Summit League

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South Dakota State University has captured the Commissioner’s Cup as the top athletic program in The Summit League.

Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Doumit, Deduno Da Men

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Ryan Doumit homered and drove in two to help the Twins shuout the Royals 3-0.

Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

Peterson Clarifies Comments

In Sports

Viking running back Adrian Peterson says he would be okay with an openly gay teammate.

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Wednesday, June 5, 201306/05/2013

NASCAR Comes To Iowa

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NASCAR racers will be in Iowa this week.

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Baby Turned In To State Of Iowa

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The Iowa Department of Human Services says a baby has been turned over to the state -- the third use of the Safe Haven law in four months.

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Report Claims Global Warming Will Lead To More Bugs

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A report from the National Wildlife Federation claims global climate change will lead to an increase in ticks, mosquitoes, other blood-sucking pests, and poison ivy.

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Nebraska Governor’s Race Closer Than Expected

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A few polls have emerged on the Nebraska gubernatorial race...apparently a closer race than many expected.

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American aid workers released from hospital, cleared of Ebola

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Two Americans who just weeks ago were gravely ill with Ebola have been cleared of the virus.

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National Guard withdraws from Missouri

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Tensions have eased after sometimes violent protests were staged nightly since police killed an unarmed black teenager.