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Our Governor And Sanford Diabetes Research Report On VPU

Governor Dennis Daugaard and Dr. Kurt Griffin of Sanford Health Research will be on Viewpoint University Today(Thursday).

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Wessington Springs Relief Fund Nears $80,000

A relief fund set up to help residents of tornado-ravaged Wessington Springs has raised nearly $80,000 in the two weeks since the June 18 twister.

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South Dakota Burger Joint Tops List As ‘Best in America’

With literally millions of burgers about to be consumed during the holiday weekend, a South Dakota restaurant has topped a national poll for "Best Burger in America"

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Fund Established For Children Injured in Bicycle Accident in Southwest Minnesota That Took Their Mother’s Life

Two little girls lost their mom Monday in a tragic accident on so many counts. A donation fund has been set up to help with medical costs and more.

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Not Enough Money For South Dakota Roads On Viewpoint Univ.

Roads and bridges, arts and culture are on the agenda in class today at Viewpoint University, 4-7pm.

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Record Set This Year By South Dakota Farmers

Largest soybean crop on record planted to the state's acres

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South Dakota Youth to Meet First Lady Michelle Obama

One of the perks of working at a radio station is getting to meet people while we're out doing remote broadcasts. It's even more of a perk when you get to know some of the people.  One of those people is Holly Swee from The South Dakota Beef Industry Council.

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Yankton Man Killed in Rollover in Southeast South Dakota

A Yankton man died Monday night in a rollover west of Yankton.

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It’s The Law! Over 200 New Laws Take Effect July First in South Dakota

What you can and can't do in our state. New laws go into effect July 1st.

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Larry Pressler Draws Comparisons Between Today’s Iraq and Vietnam 40 Years Ago

Independent candidate for U.S. Senate Larry Pressler is struck by the parallels between what is happening in the Middle East and 40 years ago in Vietnam.  

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