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The field now appears clear for former Vice President Joe Biden to become the 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, as U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., dropped... [Read More]
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The South Dakota Discovery Center is expanding its membership benefits to better serve the community. [Read More]
The Department of Labor and Regulation (DLR) has outlined the benefits of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020. [Read More]
The annual Ron Becker Memorial Blood Drive was held April 6-7 at Resurrection Lutheran Church in Pierre. [Read More]
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The number of COVID-19 cases confirmed in South Dakota increased 23% in a day, with a total of 393 reported Wednesday by the state Department... [Read More]
Caleb Gilkerson, the riverboat captain trying to run for mayor of Pierre, is taking the city to court over a second city commission vote to... [Read More]
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It is not a game of good news, bad news any longer. It is daily doses of reality from the South Dakota Department of Health... [Read More]
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Six schools were represented on the Class A All-State boys' basketball first team, which was selected by the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association and announced... [Read More]
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While crappies aren't known for adrenaline-inducing strikes or heart-pounding battles, they're often some of the earliest angling excitement in spring as they stage to spawn... [Read More]
The opening of Hillsview Golf Course was announced by City Parks and Recreation Director Tom Farnsworth on Tuesday evening. The driving range opened at 9... [Read More]
Police say two people broke into the same Pierre outdoor store twice in two days this week — and the feds are willing to pay... [Read More]
From anxiety about health and the economy, to the loss of jobs, routines, and physical connection, COVID-19 is impacting South Dakotans' mental health. Local mental... [Read More]
Gov. Kristi Noem signed an executive order, on April 7 to suspend certain regulations in the battle against COVID-19. These are:... [Read More]
N. Euclid Ave., disturbing the peace... [Read More]
The number of COVID-19 cases confirmed in South Dakota went up 23 percent in a day, with 393 reported Wednesday by the state Department of... [Read More]
Jason Lekin and Curt Sporleder say adjusting to the new normal under the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging. [Read More]
The gauntlet has been tossed and the challenge is laid upon the people of Pierre and Fort Pierre, South Dakota. [Read More]
The Pierre Faith Lutheran Church blood drive is still set for Thursday, April 16. [Read More]
N. Harrison Ave., curfew, verbal warning issued... [Read More]
The Minnesota Timberwolves have done everything in their power to keep their players in the best possible frame of mind during the coronavirus pandemic, from... [Read More]
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