Application Deadline Set for North Dakota Hemp Program
North Dakota's Agriculture Department is seeking participants for the third year of the state's industrial hemp research program.
South Dakota Colony Awarded for Sheep Production
A Hutterite colony in South Dakota has been lauded for its progressive style of sheep production.
2 Accidents Involving School Children Worry Rapid City Officials
Two accidents involving children have school officials and police in Rapid City looking both ways.
Native Kids Most Likely to Face Poverty in South Dakota
A recent report says non-white children in South Dakota are more likely to face poverty and underperform in school compared to their white peers.
Wisconsin Hunter Survives Being Shot in Mitchell
A Wisconsin man survived being shot in the nose while pheasant-hunting in South Dakota.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue Tours South Dakotas, Touts Improving Soil Health
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says replenishing and sustaining soil health is a priority for him.
Additional Tow-Plows Make Snow Clearing More Efficient
Snow plowing in the Black Hills this winter season just got more efficient.
2019 Mitchell Corn Palace Murals to Honor the Military
For one year, Mitchell's biggest tourist attraction will serve as a monument to the military.
Wildlife Center Admits 43rd Bald Eagle Patient This Year
Hunters using lead ammunition are posing real harm to bald eagles.
Judge Resentences Tax-Evading Prosecutor to Probation
A federal judge has resentenced a former South Dakota state's attorney convicted of tax evasion to five years of probation.