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Three of five proposed changes to the South Dakota Constitution and to state laws failed in the November 6 election. [Read More]
Venhuizen participated in the 2002 transition, when Gov.-elect Mike Rounds and Lt. Gov.-elect Daugaard took office. [Read More]
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The federal agency that oversees the nation's air quality is granting more money to states including South Dakota. [Read More]
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Noem campaign spokeswoman Kristin Wileman addressed some of the questions about the transition between the two Republican administrations in an email exchange. [Read More]
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Governor-elect Kristi Noem has named her team that will lead her new administration into office. [Read More]
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South Dakota lawmakers might consider changing again the system for valuing agricultural property. [Read More]
The late justice Steven Zinter was buried on Monday, but Thursday, the State Supreme Court released a decision listing him as the author. [Read More]
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The Executive Secretary for the South Dakota Commission on Gaming plans to retire next year. [Read More]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages the Missouri River and the six mainstream dams on it, including four in South Dakota. [Read More]
In addition to South Dakota's first ever female governor the state legislature will likely have two more women, pending possible recounts in the coming days. [Read More]
Barring any change from a recount, Democrats will have the same number of legislators for the new 2019 term as they have for the current... [Read More]
Four Northern State University faculty and alumni recently published their analysis of the Women's National Basketball Association marketing techniques.They found the league's status rose after... [Read More]
The state Public Utilities Commission ruled Friday opponents could subpoena information from county governments and witnesses could testify by telephone or videoconference when a wind-farm... [Read More]
The state Public Utilities Commission ruled Friday opponents could subpoena information from county governments and witnesses could testify by telephone or videoconference when a wind-farm... [Read More]
The state Public Utilities Commission ruled Friday that opponents could subpoena information from county governments and witnesses could testify by telephone or videoconference when a... [Read More]
A typographical error in the public notice led the state Board of Minerals and Environment to postpone a decision Thursday on transferring five exploration notices... [Read More]
Four Northern State University faculty and alumni recently published their analysis of the Women's National Basketball Association marketing techniques. [Read More]
A typographical error in the public notice led the state Board of Minerals and Environment to postpone a decision Thursday on transferring five exploration notices... [Read More]
A typographical error in the public notice led the state Board of Minerals and Environment to postpone a decision Thursday on transferring five exploration notices... [Read More]
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