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Event Center, Cultural and Ballot Expansion on the Next Viewpoint University

It’s not a done deal yet, but the plan to expand the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center continues its way through the process.  

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Tea Party Lessons Democrats Can Learn

Conservative Republicans who became frustrated by the blurred lines between the two major parties gave birth to the Tea Party.  

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Girl Power and Independents on Tuesday’s VPU

The courses offered today on Viewpoint University run along a wide spectrum.  We start with palindromes and eventually get around to politics.

Advice columnist Carol Weston also writes long form editions

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Squabble Among Children Reveals Identity of Goat Farmer

Sometimes it’s good to stretch your horizons occasionally.  Meeting new people on a holiday weekend can open your eyes to what is in our midst.

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Presidential Outhouses and Goat Herders on the Next Viewpoint University

It’s the first day of extended leave for Founder and Chancellor Rick Knobe.  Dan Peters and Todd Epp will be leading class at Viewpoint University.  

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Western Avenue to Open at Russell Street as Project Keeps Moving East

The signs of progress on the Russell Street project continue as another milestone is met.

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Get Ready to Slow Down on Interstate 229 Starting Monday

Most of the attention around this intersection deals with the street going over the road.  The Interstate itself will soon get an upgrade. 

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The Fast Track to Success in Basketball Starts with the Sioux Falls Skyforce

A head coaching position with the Sioux Falls Skyforce seems to be a launching pad to bigger and better. 

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Canton Now Has a Rain Record They Really Didn’t Want

According to SDSU's igrow Agricultural teaching platform, Canton established a new state record for the wettest month at any location in South Dakota.

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Nasty Weather Prompts Governor Daugaard to Ask for Federal Help

Gov. Dennis Daugaard has requested a Presidential Disaster Declaration to help South Dakotans whose homes and businesses were damaged by a tornado and flooding last month. 

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