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The Long Goodbye: Spring Creek Land Transfer in a Decade

By design the finely manicured greens of the Spring Creek Country Club golf course will eventually give way to prairie grass and native flowers.

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Amazing I-29 Story a Good Reminder for All

Every once in a while we get a good reminder. It can come from close to home, or down the road two hours to the south on I-29 from Mondamin, Iowa. That reminder is to pull over and slow down!

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South Dakota High School Activities Association Directs Changes to Transgender Policy

The SDHSAA is further honing its policy on transgender student participation in athletics after several unsuccessful attempts during the 2015 legislative session.

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Good Earth State Park Grows Bigger with Purchase of Adjacent Country Club

Two years after its formation, expansion plans have come to light for the newest State Park in South Dakota. A courteous neighbor will help make it happen.

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Possible Medical Marijuana Vote in South Dakota Closer to Reality

Medical marijuana proponents will get a chance to put the issue to a vote. Before it comes to that, the cultivation stage is here.

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Push for State Impaired Firefighting Policy Is Unlikely

Key state lawmakers and Gov. Dennis Daugaard's administration say they don't plan to push for a statewide measure to regulate intoxication among firefighters.

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Which Is South Dakota’s Most Underrated Tourist Attraction?

Every year tourists flock to South Dakota's Black Hills to see Mount Rushmore. But if that's the only stop they make in the Rushmore State, they're missing something special.

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Untouched Cave to Provide Clues to Black Hills History

The National Park Service is finally beginning to excavate the opening of an unexplored cave in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

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South Dakota Moves to Remove Eagles from Threatened List

Biologists with Game, Fish and Parks Department say the bald eagle has soared above the threshold for removing the bird from the list of threatened species.

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2 Insurers to Pay SD $750,000 after Probe into Companies

South Dakota insurance regulators and two insurance groups have reached a settlement that will result in a $750,000 total penalty against the companies.

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