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The OpenSky Policy Institute wanted to check out the perception by folks in urban Nebraska that they subsidize taxes for those living in rural areas.
It looks like the area will see lots of wind and cold the next few days.
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture and SDSU Extension are hosting a series of meetings around the state to certify private pesticide applicators.
Todd Woods was elected Chairman of the Yankton County Commission for 2015.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has denied a request from the Yankton Sioux Tribe to dismiss the Keystone XL pipeline re-certification application.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has said he'll push again this year for legislation that would somehow speed up broadband service and expand its reach in Iowa.
Iowa's largest water utility may soon file a lawsuit challenging the state's voluntary approach to dealing with farm fertilizer run-off.
While energy companies are in the business of selling electricity and natural gas, there is also an interest in helping customers become more efficient.
The 2015 session of the Nebraska legislature opens tomorrow with eighteen new Senators and a lot on the agenda.
Bills for the 2015 session of the South Dakota legislature are being filed in advance of the session start next week.
Governor Dave Heineman has completed his time as Nebraska's governor.
The disclosure of campaign spending dollars in Iowa's races received a failing grade.
The holidays have brought an increased number of phone scams across the region.
Republicans officially take control of the US Senate this week when newly elected Senators are sworn in. The GOP will have a fifty four to forty six member majority.
The holidays are over, but the bills that follow may have some people considering a short-term loan to cover their expenses.
South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs got a head start on the duties of her office by being sworn in on Friday.
Juvenile justice reform may be among the big issues the 2015 South Dakota legislature will deal with.
The 2015 South Dakota legislature may be asked to consider a bill that would more clearly define the rights of foster parents.
The Department of Natural Resources “2013 Iowa Greenhouse Gas Inventory Report” shows a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions for the second straight year.
A new report on climate change offers a warning for farmers across the Midwest to prepare for significant weather-related challenges in the years ahead.