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Angry Boss Fires Employee

South Dakota Legislators: Act Now or Be Fired Next November!

I must start this narrative by eating a little crow. After the last Governor’s Task Force meeting on Teacher Pay and the news stories which followed, I jumped on the band wagon complaining about a lack of substance.

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Two South Dakota Legislators Sound Off On Viewpoint Univ.

Rep. Mark Mickelson(R), and Rep. Paula Hawks(D), will tell us what they want to happen this legislative session during Viewpoint University Monday Nov. 30th at 4pm on 1140 KSOO and this webpage.

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Get The Salt Trucks Ready, Frankie Says There’s a Major Winter Storm Coming Our Way.

Frankie MacDonald is looking out for the citizens of South Dakota. He's posted another forecast regarding the severe weather coming our way on Monday, November 30, 2015...

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Bikers head toward Sturgis, South Dakota
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Meade County Commissioners Award Contract for Sturgis Bypass

Meade County commissioners have awarded a $1.3 million contract to a Rapid City company to build a highway bypass at Sturgis.

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Combine Dumps Harvested Wheat into Tractor's Trailer
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South Dakota Farmers Wrapping up the Fall Harvest

South Dakota farmers are wrapping up the fall harvest, though rain and snow over the past week brought fieldwork to a halt.

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Office of the Attorney General

Man Who Stole Century-Old Flag Submits Apology Letter

A former employee in South Dakota's secretary of state's office who admitted to stealing a century-old state flag has submitted a court-ordered apology

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Herrick Man Who Pleaded Guilty in Fatal Crash Won’t Go to Prison

A 77-year-old South Dakota man who pleaded guilty to a second-degree manslaughter charge stemming from a fatal car crash in May won't go to prison.

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Shopping in Sioux Falls

SD Attorney General Marty Jackley Urges Residents to Be Careful Shoppers

Attorney General Marty Jackley is urging South Dakota residents to be careful when shopping this holiday season to avoid common mistakes.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Troopers out in Force

South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers are out in force for a pre-Thanksgiving effort to raise public awareness of traffic laws.

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train - SF Parade of Lights
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Sioux Falls Parade of Lights Kicks Off Your Holiday Season in Style

Kick off your holiday season in traditionally twinkly & bright style!

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