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Buffalo at Custer State Park, South Dakota
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Custer State Park Gets Million Dollar Donation

Consider this quite a day for Governor Dennis Daugaard as he lands a seven-figure gift and a visit from the President. The windfall will help an iconic park.

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Tribal Official: 4 People Hurt in Roof Collapse in Storm

A tribal official says a roof of a building collapsed on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation during a storm, injuring four people.

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Residents Decide If Buffalo Chip Campground Becomes Town

A few dozen voters who claim home addresses on the Buffalo Chip Campground near Sturgis will decide Thursday whether the private enterprise becomes a town.

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Man Driving Wrong Way on I-29 Dies in Crash with Semitrailer

A Brandon man died over the weekend when his car collided with a semitrailer while he was driving on the wrong side of Interstate 29.

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Rapid City Teenage Bowler Celebrates Back-To-Back 300 Games

Rapid City teenage bowler Carter Banning is celebrating a remarkable achievement — back-to-back 300 games.

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Spearfish Police Arrest a Wisconsin Woman with 42 Dogs and Cats in Her Car

Spearfish South Dakota police arrested a Wisconsin woman after receiving a tip that she was transporting 42 dogs and cats in her sport utility vehicle.

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Jimmy Fallon Mocking South Dakota In Monologue

Wednesday night on Jimmy Fallon he brought up that new South Dakota tourism commercial.

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Bird Flu Found in South Dakota Turkeys (Therefore Giving Ham an Edge for Easter Dinner)

An avian influenza has been detected in a flock of turkeys in eastern South Dakota

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Courtesy The Siouxland Initiative
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Tri-State Governors Push Worker Recruitment

The governors of South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska are cooperating on workforce recruitment.

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Do You Remember When Coors Was a Regional Beer?

It may be hard to believe, but not that long ago the Coors Brewing Company did not distribute their product to all areas of the country.  

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