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Retired FBI agent John Good, right, speaks in support of US Senate candidate Larry Pressler Thursday at a news conference in Sioux Falls. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.
Retired FBI agent John Good, right, speaks in support of US Senate candidate Larry Pressler Thursday at a news conference in Sioux Falls. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.

POLITICAL WHISPERS: Did the FBI Say No, Good?

Was retired FBI agent John Good’s disappearance from independent U.S. Senate candidate Larry Pressler’s news conferences Friday in Watertown, Aberdeen and Rapid City because of illness or “the blue flu?”

Good was the agent in charge during the FBI's Abscam sting in the late 1970s

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Strategist Dick Wadhams listens to former Gov. Mike Rounds at a news conference Saturday in Sioux Falls on the Keystone XL pipeline. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.
Strategist Dick Wadhams listens to former Gov. Mike Rounds at a news conference Saturday in Sioux Falls on the Keystone XL pipeline. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.

POLITICAL WHISPERS: Wadhams Says Rounds Has Rebounded–Really

South Dakota Republican strategist Dick Wadhams says the recent poll numbers showing former Gov. Mike Rounds at 48 percent, Democrat Rick Weiland at 24 percent and independent Larry Pressler are real numbers

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GOP US Senate candidate Mike Rounds addresses reporters Oct. 25, 2014 in Sioux Falls about his support of the Keystone XL pipeline. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.
GOP US Senate candidate Mike Rounds addresses reporters Oct. 25, 2014 in Sioux Falls about his support of the Keystone XL pipeline. Photo by Todd Epp/NPN used with permission.

Rounds Expounds on Keystone XL Pipeline

Former South Dakota governor Mike Rounds, Republican candidate for the United States Senate, discussed his support of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline from Canada to the United States Gulf Coast Saturday afternoon in Sioux Falls

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Tackling a Taboo-How a Brandon Family Removes the Stigma of a Suicide Attempt

After a suicide attempt, Brayden's family totally blew the doors open. They became open, honest and real when they created the Facebook page Pray for Bray, which now has over 2,500 followers. See how the Brandon community reacted to their candor.

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Two Men Arrested After Firing Gun in East Side Apartment Parking Lot, Third Suspect Sought

Police say two people were arrested early Friday after one of them allegedly fired a gun into the air after they were asked to quiet down outside an east-side apartment.

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Heidi Adams

That’s Not A Basketball Or Saxophone – That’s A Gun! Nebraska Students Get Permission To Pose With Guns In Senior Pictures

Senior pictures are meant to capture the upcoming graduates personality and living in the Midwest, I didn't even think twice about seeing Seniors posing with a gun.

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South Dakota Democrats’ Most Important Election is Really in Early 2015 on Political Whispers

Unless U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland can pull off an upset Election Day, the South Dakota Democratic Party will be shut out of holding a single statewide office.

I’m not sure when the last time this has happened but I don’t recall it happening since I’ve been involved in South Dakota politics in some capacity starting in 1986

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Brandon Valley High School Pledges to Drive Safely and It Could Net Them a Big Prize With Your Help

It’s a final frantic push for Brandon Valley High School to finish first in the State Farm Insurance Celebrate My Drive campaign.  

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Sioux Falls Atheist Group Complains About Students’ Religious-Based Snow Plow Artwork

Two private schools in Sioux Falls have been asked to repaint city-owned snow plow blades after a group complained about student artwork with religious themes.

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South Dakota Universities Look to Start Program to Train School Principals, Administrators [VIDEO]

Besides training more teachers the South Dakota Board of Regents wants to improve education for future administrators.

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