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Patients say they are upset with medical bills and a lack of service at Sioux San Hospital, so they used a public forum to express... [Read More]
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Junior Natalie Montoya received a perfect score on the ACT. [Read More]
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Supporters of a proposed ballot measure that would allow South Dakota counties to switch to elections conducted entirely by mail ballot aim to put the... [Read More]
Airbnb and the State of South Dakota have come to an agreement to start collecting and remitting state and local taxes on guest that book... [Read More]
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Blue bags will be distributed to households Saturday as part of the Boy Scouts food drive. [Read More]
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Spc. Richard Cox from Black Hawk died Wednesday after being shot Sunday at Fort Riley. [Read More]
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East Middle School had their second annual "Roaring Raptors Transition Program" for incoming sixth graders to help them get past those fears and jitters. [Read More]
Motorists are being asked to slow down and be prepared for lane changes as westbound lanes are closed between Exits 40 and 44. [Read More]
As students and parents get ready for the first day of school, so do Rapid Ride workers. [Read More]
The settlement comes after claims that Mylan misclassified the EpiPen as a generic drug to avoid rebates. [Read More]
Highs in the 90s on Saturday... [Read More]
South Dakota's House speaker says he doesn't plan to pursue an initiative that would have forced nonprofit advocacy groups to reveal top donors. [Read More]
Federal and state agencies have put fire bans in place across Wyoming in preparation of Monday's solar eclipse, which is expected to bring tens of... [Read More]
Even hotter Saturday with 90s likely... [Read More]
RC Christian football team defeats Jones County/White River 15-12. [Read More]
Cobblers look to accomplish big things this fall. [Read More]
Senator Rounds invited the community of Deadwood to share a cup of coffee and have a civil conversation about politics. [Read More]
Campus was alive with almost 1,000 new students and their families getting oriented with their new academic journey. [Read More]
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