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New Map To Guide Tourists

A self-guided vacation map has been released by the South Dakota Department of Tourism.

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Compromise Sought On Floodwaters Disputes

The Watershed Task Force of the South Dakota Legislature has been working for a couple of years to find compromises between landowners with flooded property, and sportsmen who want to use public access to those waters.

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Yankton Teaching Jobs Filled

School starts Tuesday in the Yankton Public School District, and all the teaching positions have been filled, but just barely.


Minnesota Unemployment Rate Steady

Despite employers cutting 36-hundred jobs in July, Minnesota’s unemployment rate held steady at 4.5 percent.

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Fischer, Johanns See Chances For GOP Control Of Senate

Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer, a Republican, feels confident her party will take over the majority in the Senate this fall.

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Demand For Smoke-Free Housing Increases


State health officials say the demand for smoke-free housing is increasing in Iowa.

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Nebraska’s Job Outlook Strong


An upbeat job market is expected in Nebraska during the final three months of the year, according to a new survey.

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Hillary Returns To Iowa


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has given the broadest hint yet that she is a likely 2016 candidate for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.

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Foley On The November Ballot


Nebraska State Auditor Mike Foley will be on the November ballot as republican Governor Candidate Pete Ricketts running mate.

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Congress To Work On Continuing Resolution

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While federal lawmakers don’t plan to spend many days in Washington before the November elections, they do have to make sure the government can continue to operate beyond the end of the fiscal year on September 30th.