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RFA Disappointed Court Won’t Hear LCFS Case

The United States Supreme Court this week decided not to hear a challenge to California’s low carbon fuel standard law.…

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Quad County Corn Processes First Cellulosic Ethanol

Quad County Corn Processors of Galva hit a milestone by becoming the first plant in Iowa to deliver commercial-scale cellulosic…

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Iowa Organic Grower Excited About Trade Agreement

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced this week that an organic agreement has been reached between the United States and…

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NFU Leader Doesn’t Want SNAP Revisited

House Agriculture Committee Chairman Frank Lucas says he’s looking into ways to rein in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program especially…

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Immigration Reform Dead for 2014

The debate in Congress over immigration reform appears to be dead for the year as far as any legislative fixes…


Reform Coalition Wants COOL Thrown Out

A broad reform coalition of U.S. agricultural and business groups want Congress to take action directing the Ag Secretary to…


R CALF Leader Expects Tough Fight Over COOL

R CALF is hoping Congress will defend Country of Origin Labeling although their leader admits it may be an uphill…


States Receive PED Virus Reporting Requirements

The states are getting more details about their role with the mandatory Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus or PEDV reporting recently…


Dairy Leader Not Giving Up On Immigration Bill

Lawmakers on both sides of the immigration reform debate say the issue is effectively dead until after President Obama leaves…

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Legislator Says State Roads Need Future Funding

The condition of South Dakota’s roads and bridges and farm to market infrastructure system was talked about at last week’s…

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Waste Water Rates Are Due to Change

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With a new water treatment plant in the works, the City of Yankton will be changing rates to fund the loan needed to make changes.

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Avera Medical Group is Offering State Employees Options


The new state health care plan has South Dakota state employees worried about their out of pocket costs for certain…

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School Destroyed in Tornado Will Still Hold Classes


With help from Sioux City Public Schools, Wisner-Pilger Middle School will have furniture for classes this fall.

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Iowa’s Water Situation Looks Better

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The increased moisture throughout the midwest this year has improved Iowa's previous drought conditions.

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Iowa Governor Responds to Tyson Plant Decision


The Tyson plant located in Cherokee, Iowa will close in September, leaving about 450 people without jobs.