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What’s the Smallest Town in South Dakota? Well, Buckle up and Let’s Go for a Ride

What is South Dakota's Smallest Town? Well, there's a tie. Let's visit both places.

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Senator John Thune Turns His Attention from Rail Yard to Washington

The funding for the rail yard purchase of just over $27 million came from the federal government and Senator John Thune says it’s a good thing for South Dakota.

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State Prison Inmate in Yankton Dies

A state prison inmate has died following an illness. James Nemitz, age 67, died September 1, 2015 at a Yankton hospital.

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Here’s How to Get in for Free to the South Dakota State Fair

The 2015 South Dakota State Fair kicks off today in Huron, South Dakota. If you're planning a trek to check it out, there are a few ways you can attend without taking a huge hit to your wallet.

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South Dakota State Fair Kicks off in Huron

The 2015 South Dakota State Fair kicks off Thursday and runs through Monday.

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More High Temperatures across the Dakotas

The National Weather Service is forecasting more hot temperatures across the Dakotas on Thursday.

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If Board Can Match, Daugaard Will Give $1M for Conservation

Gov. Dennis Daugaard says the state will issue $1 million in state funding for habitat conservation if a group can privately raise the same amount.

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SDSU Extension Offering Farm Management Classes for Women

The South Dakota State University Extension is offering a series of courses aimed at helping women in agriculture.

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Public Retirement System Mulling New Plan for Future Workers

State lawmakers could weigh a new retirement plan for future public employees that includes a two-year increase in the normal retirement age to 67 for many new workers.

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Officer Involved Shooting in Yankton

Attorney General Jackley confirms that the Division of Criminal Investigation is investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred Tuesday in Yankton.

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