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Jury
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Hartford Man Awarded $160,000 in Lawsuit

A South Dakota jury has awarded $160,000 to a man who alleges that the herbicide used by a co-op killed ponderosa trees on his property.

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Tipping
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Could It Be We’re Being GUILTED into Tipping?

From restaurants to taxis, technology is making it easier than ever to tip. So what should you really give a waiter, versus a cab driver?

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Insects
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Open up and down the Hatch! Some New Businesses Opening Nationally Will Provide Insects for Dinner

More and more businesses are being created to meet the demand of people that have a growing appetite for crickets, mealworms and other edible insects.

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USD Dakota Dome
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Worker Injured in Mishap at USD DakotaDome Work Site

A construction worker was listed in critical but stable condition after falling about 30 feet at a University of South Dakota work site.

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Knife (FILE)
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Suspect in BIA Official Stabbing Accused of Attempted Murder

A man accused of stabbing the Bureau of Indian Affairs superintendent on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation last month has pleaded not guilty.

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Wild Water West
wildwaterwest.com

Sioux Falls Businesses Benefit for Post Labor Day School Start

Businesses that promote summer fun are happy to see the extension of the summer break for Sioux Falls summer schools.

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American Flag
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Flags to Fly at Half Staff in Honor of Fallen Brandon Firefighter

If you have a flag in front of your business or home the Governor is asking that it be flown at half-staff this Sunday in honor of firefighter Steven Ackerman.

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Dan Price
The New York Times

Hero CEO Institutes $70,000 Minimum Salary for All Employees

Everyone can identify with stories about horrible bosses, but what can we make of a story about a terrific one?

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80 mph Speed Limit Sign
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Whoa, Not so Fast: South Dakota Might Reconsider the 80mph Speed Limit on Portions of I-90 and I-29

The Department of Transportation is asking the state to reconsider the 80 mph speed limit on portions of I-90 and I-29 in South Dakota.

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Huksy Bike Hook Recall
Consumer Product Safety Commission

Product Recall: Husky Vertical Bike Hooks Recalled by Waterloo Industries Due to Risk of Injury; Sold Exclusively at Home Depot

The mounted bike hooks can unexpectedly detach, allowing the bike to fall. This poses a risk of injury to bystanders.

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