Sioux Falls Library to Offer Free Lakota Language Classes
The man who oversees a Lakota language program at Sioux Falls public schools is now offering Lakota classes to the public.
Small South Dakota Towns Work to Save Stores
Some small towns in South Dakota are seeking ways to keep area stores alive after a grocer says he might have to close those stores down at the end of the year.
US Agency’s Bid to Allow Trumpeter Swan Hunting Draws Fire
A federal plan to let hunters shoot trumpeter swans has drawn fire from some of the people who toiled to bring the majestic white birds back from the brink of extinction.
State: Dollar Loan Center Allowed to Collect Old Debt
South Dakota banking regulators are allowing Dollar Loan Center to collect on loans made before South Dakota voters capped interest rates last year.
$23M Winner Regional Healthcare Center Project Commences
Crews have broken ground on a $23 million project to renovate and expand the Winner Regional Healthcare Center.
Victim of Fatal I-90 Crash Involving 2 Semitrailers ID’D
Authorities have identified a Rapid City man who died in a crash on Interstate 90 involving two semitrailers.
Ipswich Man Pleads Not Guilty to Felony Bestiality Charges
An Ipswich man accused of bestiality has pleaded not guilty to six felony charges and requested a trial by judge rather than a jury.
Arrest Warrants Issued for 2 Suspects in Rapid City Homicide
Arrest warrants have been issued for two suspects in a Rapid City homicide.
Donor Commits $4.1M to Support SDSU’s Wokini Initiative
South Dakota State University President Barry Dunn says an anonymous donor has committed $4.1 million to support a school initiative for South Dakota tribal members.
Drought Continues to Ease in Dakotas but Still a Big Problem
Drought continues to ease in the Dakotas, though nearly two-thirds of each state remains mired in some form of drought.