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The South Dakota Department of Tourism has several accomplishments recently, including the National Mercury Award for the best print advertising piece.
The Google Cultural Institute will feature the National Music Museum in Vermillion.
A piece of history was the cause for celebration this week in Vermillion, as the first permanent school house in the Dakota Territory was dedicated.
South Dakota’s low unemployment, and business expansions has created a shortage of skilled workers in many industries.
The Planning Committee of the South Dakota Legislature meets Monday in Pierre, and one of the agenda items deals with the states teacher shortage and possible solutions.
A wet August across the northern plains is leading to higher stages on the Missouri River.
An eighteen year old student at Mitchell Technical Institute died this morning in a house fire in Mitchell.
A push is being made this month to increase the number of Nebraska residents who are registered voters.
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman tied education to economic development during a stop in Norfolk.
The Iowa Department of Public Health is reporting the first confirmed case of Chikungunya virus in Iowa.
James McVay was found hanging in his cell Thursday morning.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is teaming up with area departments and service agencies to host an open house event for veterans in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa.
Tax fairness, especially with property taxes is becoming a major election issue in Nebraska this year.
The wagons were circled yesterday at the Yankton rodeo grounds as the South Dakota 125th Anniversary Wagon Train prepared to head out on the trek to Pierre.
Yankton County Commissioners are proceeding with the installation of warning sirens throughout areas west of Yankton near Lewis & Clark Lake.
The South Dakota Budget and Policy Institute held a public meeting focused on education funding in Vermillion.
It's not yet clear what propane supplies and prices will be in the upcoming crop-drying and home heating season and state officials say they're closely monitoring the situation.
Pheasant hunters can expect to have a little more success in Iowa this fall compared to recent years.
Senator Burke Harr of Omaha believes one of the first things lawmakers will address in January is prison reform.
Nebraska has a strong economy...but Governor Dave Heineman says the state cannot be satisfied with its high rankings on certain business-climate lists or its low unemployment rate.