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Yankton Teacher Contracts Approved

The Yankton School Board last night voted to approve teacher contracts for the coming school year.

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Yankton Sales Tax Collections Up

Sales tax numbers for the City of Yankton appear to be moving in a positive direction.

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School Board Kicks Around Soccer Program

The Yankton School Board put off a decision on adding soccer as a sanctioned sport to their May meeting.

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Shared Parenting Possible Under New Law

A bill passed by this year’s South Dakota legislature would allow judges to award shared parenting rights to separated or divorced couples.

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Monday

Retaining Labor A Priority For South Dakota

The Administration of South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has made workforce development one of their top priorities since he was elected in 2010.

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Monday

ACA Enrollments Bring Challenges

Now that the first round of sign up for the Affordable Care Act is over, the focus turns to the health care benefits that enrollment will bring.

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Monday

Rail Line Work Pending

The 2014 South Dakota legislature set aside six million dollars for a rail road rehabilitation project.

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Monday

Bill Sponsor Not Discouraged

The sponsor of a measure that would have added sexual orientation to Nebraska’s workplace anti-discrimination laws says she's encouraged, even though the measure died this legislative session.

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Monday

Iowa Governor Signs Dyslexia Bill

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has signed a bill that supporters hope will help improve the identification and help for those with dyslexia.

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Monday

Fischer Explains No Vote On Equal Pay Bill

Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says she couldn't vote for the Paycheck Fairness Act, because Senate leadership wouldn't allow the Senate to debate changes to the bill.

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Thursday

Answers Sought On Hush Money

Democrats in the Iowa Senate say Republican Governor Terry Branstad's top aides and others in the Department of Administrative Services need to testify before legislators and reveal what they knew and were told about the "hush money" payments to laid off state workers.

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Thursday

ISU Festival Cancelled

This year's Veishea celebration at Iowa State University has been cut short following violence in Ames.

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Thursday

Chronic Wasting Disease Found In Iowa Deer

Chronic Wasting Disease, for the first time, has been detected in a wild deer in Iowa.

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Thursday

Yankton County Commissioner Will Not Seek Re-election

Yankton County Commissioner Allen Sinclair says he will not run for re-election this fall.

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Thursday

Small SD School District Running Out of Options

Voters in the Gregory SD school district voted down another opt out attempt this week.

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Thursday

SD Birds Looking for Land

The SD Pheasant Restoration Taskforce met again this week in Pierre, looking for ideas on restoring bird numbers.

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April 9, 2014

Overnight Riot Near Iowa State University

A student run celebration in Ames iowa got out of hand overnight, causing injuries and damage.

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April 9, 2014

Yankton County Planning for Rail Junction Improvements

The Yankton County Planning Commission held another public hearing on proposed improvements to roads around Napa Junction.

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April 9, 2014

State of SD Moving to Improve Bond Rating

The State of South Dakota is working to increase its bond rating.

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April 9, 2014

Yankton Voters Elect City Commissioners

Yankton voters elect one new member to the city commission, and oust the incumbent Mayor.

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Yankton Teacher Contracts Approved

YSD 31212

The Yankton School Board last night voted to approve teacher contracts for the coming school year.

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Yankton Sales Tax Collections Up

MoneyDollarsCoins

Sales tax numbers for the City of Yankton appear to be moving in a positive direction.

yesterday in Local

School Board Kicks Around Soccer Program

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The Yankton School Board put off a decision on adding soccer as a sanctioned sport to their May meeting.

yesterday in Local

Shared Parenting Possible Under New Law

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A bill passed by this year’s South Dakota legislature would allow judges to award shared parenting rights to separated or divorced couples.

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Retaining Labor A Priority For South Dakota

South Dakota

The Administration of South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has made workforce development one of their top priorities since he was elected in 2010.