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Hi, and thanks for logging on! I'm a lifelong South Dakotan, in fact a lifelong eastern South Dakotan. I grew up on a farm north of Montrose, in McCook County and am a South Dakota State University grad (Go Jacks!). I lived and worked for a time in Huron after college and have lived in Sioux Falls since January of 1975. My wife's name is Sharon and we're Twins fans, although some years it isn't easy. I hope you'll keep checking my posts. We're not going to get into who's right, who's wrong or who's full of something. I'm just telling you a bit about what's going on with me.
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Special Judicial Committee Appointed in South Dakota

A former State Supreme Court Chief Justice and a former governor are among the members of a special committee appointed by current Chief Justice David Gilbertson.

Gilbertson says the Special Committee on Judicial Election Campaign Intervention will "serve as a resource for judicial candidates and help deter impermissible judicial campaign conduct by issuing advisory opinions and responding to complaints related to judicial campaign conduct

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Sioux Falls Robbery Leads to Drug Arrests

A report of a robbery and an assault led to the arrests of several people on drug charges in Sioux Falls early Wednesday.

Information Officer Sam Clemens says police were called just after midnight to an apartment in the 800 block of West 4th Street, where a 66-year-old Sioux Falls man told officers he had been attacked while he was sleeping

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Iowa Man Killed in Codington County Crash

A man from Perry, Iowa man died Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash about five miles east of Watertown on U.S. Highway 212 in Codington County.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says another man from the same Iowa town was driving a van eastbound when he lost control on the icy roadway

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One Last Chance for Stump Removal in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls residents who still have a tree stump on their property in the public right-of-way are running out of time to get the stump removed.

City officials said recently that the grinding of tree stumps was nearly finished, and now residents are being told they have until November 8 to request a contractor do the work during one final pass of stump-grinding

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