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Drones Banned From Mighty Mo

Unmanned aircraft have been banned within the boundaries of the Missouri National Recreational River on the South Dakota – Nebraska border.

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Internet Provider Sold

A South Dakota cable, phone and internet provider has been sold, and the new owners are promising improved services.

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Power Company Expansion Approved

Northwestern Energy is looking at a major upgrade of their electric transmission facilities in and near Yankton.

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Committee To Meet On EB5

The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota legislature is meeting today in Pierre.

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Drought Ends In Much Of Nebraska

A stormy, destructive June did provide some benefit to Nebraska.

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Iowa Counting Small Animals

Iowa's annual roadside survey of small game animals, from pheasants to quail to rabbits, is now underway.

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Riverboat Casino To Close

The Iowa Supreme Court has denied a temporary stay that has allowed the Argosy Casino riverboat in Sioux City to stay open.

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Drivers Licenses Proposed For Nebraska Illegals

Nebraska State Senator Jeremy Nordquist of Omaha is working on legislation that would allow certain illegal immigrants to get driver's licenses in Nebraska.

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FEMA Funds For Nebraska

Twelve Nebraska counties have been approved for Public Assistance from FEMA.  Recovery efforts are still underway for residents throughout the…

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Thune Demands Answers On Rail Car Shortage

South Dakota Senator John Thune has sent a letter to the federal Surface Transportation Board calling for more insight to the railroad backlog.

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Group Will Help Design Water Plant

As a new water treatment plant is planned for Riverside Park in Yankton, a citizen’s advisory group is helping with the design.

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Pressler Calls For Higher Gas Tax

While Congress continues to debate a band aid fix to the federal highway trust fund, at least one South Dakota candidate says gas taxes should go up…now.

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Bank Tax Collections Down

When the state of South Dakota added up the numbers at the end of the fiscal year on June 30th, most categories showed healthy growth.

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Harkin Defends President On Immigrant Children

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley blasted the Obama administration for not telling state officials about dozens of Central American children being…

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Lawmakers Urged To Fight Crime Early

Nebraska lawmakers are being urged to invest more early as a way to fight crime down the road.

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Wayne State Registration Still Open

Students who are thinking of higher education can still register at Wayne State College in Nebraska for the start of classes next month.

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Energy Code Compliance Studied

The Nebraska Energy Office held a statewide check of the 2009 International Energy

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Noem Weighs In On Highway Bill

The US House and Senate are debating different versions of a short term fix for highway funding.

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Appropriations Committee To Meet

The Joint Committee on Appropriations of the South Dakota Legislature will meet Monday in Pierre.

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Deer Population Low

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.

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Drones Banned From Mighty Mo

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Unmanned aircraft have been banned within the boundaries of the Missouri National Recreational River on the South Dakota – Nebraska border.

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Internet Provider Sold

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A South Dakota cable, phone and internet provider has been sold, and the new owners are promising improved services.

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Power Company Expansion Approved

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Northwestern Energy is looking at a major upgrade of their electric transmission facilities in and near Yankton.

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Committee To Meet On EB5

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The Government Operations and Audit Committee of the South Dakota legislature is meeting today in Pierre.

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Drought Ends In Much Of Nebraska

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A stormy, destructive June did provide some benefit to Nebraska.