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Grant to Help Low-Income Students Take AP Tests

The South Dakota Department of Education is receiving more than $7,500 in an effort to help more low-income students take Advanced Placement exams.

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Yearly Corn Production Estimate Increased By USDA

Dakotas Producing Good-Size Soybean, Wheat Crops

Corn production is down slightly in the Dakotas, but the soybean crops are at record levels and wheat production has rebounded.

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Work Underway on $19.4M Spellerberg Park Indoor Pool in Sioux Falls

Officials in Sioux Falls have started demolishing an outdoor pool as they prepare to begin work on an indoor facility.

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Sanford Health Getting $7.1M Grant from National Cancer Institute for Cancer Research

The National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health is giving Dakotas-based Sanford Health more than $7.1 million over five years for cancer research.

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South Dakota Officials Look into Avera’s Medical Offer

South Dakota officials are investigating the legality of an arrangement in which Avera Health is covering out-of-pocket expenses of state employees for some medical services.

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Wastewater Spills into Big Sioux River in Sioux Falls

Officials say initial lab tests indicate that a wastewater spill into the Big Sioux River will not affect people or wildlife.

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Wessington Springs Tornado Relief Fund Applications Due in September

Residents of Wessington Springs affected by a June 18 tornado have until Sept. 13 to submit an application for financial assistance.

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National Shooting Sports Foundation Hosts Gun Expo Show In Las Vegas

Sioux Falls Police Want to Use Tasers

The Sioux Falls police chief wants to arm his officers with stun guns.

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Study Says Nurses Will Be in Demand in South Dakota

A state analysis has concluded that people able to care for patients, children or customers will find a favorable job market in South Dakota in the next decade.

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Sunset Lines Up With Manhattan's Street Grid

Governor, Sioux Falls Leaders Pitching City in New York City

South Dakota's governor and economic development leaders are in New York City this week to pitch Sioux Falls to financial writers.

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