Students who are thinking of higher education can still register at Wayne State College in Nebraska for the start of classes next month.
The Nebraska Energy Office held a statewide check of the 2009 International Energy
The US House and Senate are debating different versions of a short term fix for highway funding.
The Joint Committee on Appropriations of the South Dakota Legislature will meet Monday in Pierre.
A D-N-R expert predicts a "very significant" drop in Minnesota's deer harvest in 2014 under new regulations that aim to rebuild the deer herd after two tough winters.
A key labor group and two liberal advocacy groups organized a news conference featuring an Iowan who lost his job three years ago.
Physicians in the U-S are learning more about the exotic-sounding illness that originated in the Caribbean called chikungunya.
The Society for Range Management, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, and SDSU Extension Service hosted a Range Camp for South Dakota youth to learn more about land management.
The LifeServe Blood Center is looking for volunteers to donate blood this summer.
The South Dakota State 4-H Youth Council has chosen the Ronald McDonald house as the state community project for the year.
The Heartland Humane Society on East Highway 50 in Yankton has received a third donation from the Otto Ullrich Memorial Trust.
Differences between the US House and Senate are slowing the progress of any new highway funding bill.
An Iowa Latino leader says several children from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras who crossed into the U.S. along the southern border are now living in Iowa, but their arrival has been kept quiet to avoid controversy.
State revenue in Nebraska exceeded expectations during the last fiscal year, but the legislature's Appropriations Committee chairman wants to maintain a cautious approach to the state budget.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is drafting an updated management plan for Fort Randall Dam and Lake Francis Case.
The South Dakota Board on Geographic Names is holding a meeting next week to gain public input on the naming of a creek and an island near Sioux Falls.
South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem says she supports the move by Texas Governor Rick Perry to move one thousand national guardsmen to that states southern border.
A bill sponsored by South Dakota Senator John Thune that would ensure deliveries of home heating fuels in the dead of winter was passed by Congress and signed by the President.
South Dakota independent Senate candidate Larry Pressler is proposing an international North American Native American Holocaust Memorial Museum, to be built at Wounded Knee in south west South Dakota.
The Agricultural Land Assessment Oversight Advisory Task Force, set up by the South Dakota Legislature met yesterday (Tuesday) in Pierre.