Local

Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Workers Ready to Move for Jobs..

In News

Yankton Area Progressive Growth has updated their study of labor availability in the south east part of the state. The…

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

SD Retailers Worried About Coming ACA Changes..

In News

SD Retailers are worried about coming changes to health care coverage.

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Sileage Cutting Is Underway In The Region

In Agriculture

Silage cutting is underway in the region.  Mycogen Seeds Customer Agronomist April Borders says to ensure the best feed quality…

Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Nebraska Pork President Likes Bill To Preserve Meat Inspectors

In Agriculture

  Legislation has been introduced in the Senate to preserve current staffing levels of USDA inspectors in meat plants.  This…

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

South Dakota Farm Bureau President Says Nutrition Bill May Be Tough To Pass

In Agriculture

  The House is expected to take up the nutrition bill this week that would cut about $ 40 billion…

Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Minnesota Extension Ag Engineer Says Watch Out For Farm Vehicles This Week

In Agriculture

  This week through September 21 is National Farm Safety and Health Week. University of Minnesota Extension Ag Engineer Larry…

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

GPAC Tabs Weekly Best

In Sports

The Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) has announced its weekly football Players of the Week.

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Jackrabbit Gets Soccer Award

In Sports

South Dakota State women’s soccer goalkeeper Nicole Inskeep was named Defensive Player of the Week by The Summit League for her performance last weekend.

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Volleyball Honor For Coyote

In Sports

USD outside hitter Kendall Kritenbrink was named the Summit League’s Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.

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Tuesday, September 17, 201309/17/2013

Sox Batter Twins

In Sports

The White Sox posted a seven-spot in the opening inning and never looked back as they crushed the Twins, 12-1, in the first of three at U.S. Cellular Field.

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