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The Federal Emergency Management Agency rejected South Dakota’s request for Individual Assistance programs to aid residents affected by tornadoes and flooding last month.
South Dakota democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland has been on the road for one year, since he announced his candidacy, going from town to town, and is now starting a second round…
The US House this week passed an eleven billion dollar highway funding bill.
The democratic candidate for Governor in South Dakota is working to set up her campaign organization.
The potential price tag doesn't seem to be a deterrent to the idea of holding run-off elections in Iowa to choose party nominees if the winner isn't chosen during primary voting.
Iowa home sales decreased by 3.4 percent over the first half of this year compared to the first six months of 2013.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman says state officials will be submitting a request for a presidential disaster declaration for areas of Nebraska hit hard by tornadoes and storms last month.
The American Association of School Administrators discussed Common Core educational standards in Washington this week.
Senator Jason Frerichs met with officials from the Environmental Protection Agency to discuss the "Waters of the US" proposal.
Johnson Engineering representative, Dan Johnson, told the Yankton County Commissioners that the Fleegs Bridge is ineligible for federal funding now.
The Yankton County School Board is considering a lease agreement with SBA that would allow a cell tower on Yankton Middle School's grounds.
The permit for the Keystone XL pipeline in South Dakota has expired.
Frani Kieffer was sworn in during Monday's meeting to join the Yankton School Board, replacing the seat Jay Williams left after his term expired.
Yankton School Board members held a preliminary budget hearing Monday evening to discuss balancing a budget deficit.
A severe diarrheal disease is spreading across South Dakota.
Siren testing will be conducted for the western side of Yankton next week in order to best identify where sirens should be installed.
The sediment that washes into the mouth of the James River has caused several back-ups, but the Corps of Engineers isn't interested in fixing it.
An amendment that would have prevented the federal government from acquiring Nebraska and South Dakota lands without state approval failed in the Senate last week.
Senator Tim Rave says the state has nailed the budget for another year, adding more surplus dollars to the Budget Reserve Fund.
Health Management Associates out of Lansing, Michigan will be studying South Dakota's services for autism spectrum disorders.