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University Research Being Squeezed in South Dakota

Research at public universities in South Dakota is being squeezed by a drop-off in federal funding.

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Brookings Man Dies in Rollover Crash Near Elkton

A Brookings man has died in a rollover crash near Elkton.

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Highway 34 Between Pierre and Sturgis Reopens

The major byway between Pierre and Sturgis has reopened after being closed for more than a month. The closure had forced drivers to take a 76-mile detour.

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South Dakota National Guard Members Return from Afghanistan

South Dakota Army National Guard soldiers have returned to the U.S. after a nearly nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.

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Brookings Bel Brands Cheese Plant Opens This Week

The new Bel Brands USA cheese plant formally opens this week in Brookings.

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Democratic South Dakota Governor Candidate Susan Wismer Accused of Plagiarism

Democratic South Dakota governor candidate Susan Wismer says she takes seriously allegations of plagiarism by her campaign.

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Last of Stained Glass Reinstalled at South Dakota Capitol

Officials have wrapped up a $3 million project to restore stained glass windows at the South Dakota Capitol.

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Grain Growers Questions Ducks Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service Partnership

The Grain Growers Association is raising questions about the working relationship between the NRCS and a private group that works to boost wetlands & waterfowl.

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Worrisome Weed Could Threaten South Dakota, Upper Midwest Crops

A weed strong enough to stop combines has been confirmed in South Dakota.

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School of Mines Studying Battlefield Waste

Researchers at the School of Mines & Technology are looking for ways to convert battlefield waste into energy.

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