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Owners And Pets Participate In The Supreme Cat Show

You Don’t Have To Be A Crazy Cat Lady to Attend The Big Sioux Cat Fanciers Cat Show In Sioux Falls

Friends of felines can expect a purr-fect weekend at the W. H. Lyon Fairgrounds.

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Corn Harvest Underway In Brandenburg

What Is The Condition Of The Corn Crop?

Great crop, but prices are falling

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flickr / USFWS
flickr / USFWS

Sheriff’s Deputy Shoots And Kills Mountain Lion

A mountain lion was shot and killed Monday night after the animal was spotted in a neighborhood dragging a raccoon.

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Altman Studeny
(State of South Dakota)

South Dakota Artist Elevates Soil and Trees as a Muse for 125th Anniversary of Statehood

It’s one of the more unique ways of celebrating 125 years of South Dakota statehood.  The result of this brainstorm from an artist in Plankinton ties together terra firma from all 66 counties.   

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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard
South Dakota Government

South Dakota Governor Declares ‘Suicide Prevention Week’

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has declared this week as "Suicide Prevention Week."

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California Town A 'Sanctuary' For Illegal Immigrants

School Start Date Debate is Very Definition of ‘Rich People Problems’

Let’s break this down. So, these people want the entirety of the biggest school district in the stare to bend to their will and wait around, not start school, postpone educating our children, until they get back from their cabin in Iowa.

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Courtesy of South Dakota Department of Tourism

Does This Look Award-Winning to You? South Dakota Took Top Honors for It

It’s not an Oscar, Emmy or CLIO, but the South Dakota Department of Tourism picked up an award for their efforts.   

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Pheasant

It’s A First! Pheasants Forever Now Has A Chapter At South Dakota State University.

It's a first. Not only for South Dakota State University, but for the state of South Dakota.

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(Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
(Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Heat Bursts Hit South Dakota

Ok, so what the heck is a heat burst. Have you ever heard of it. I was checking my twitter feed this morning and Shawn Cable from KSFY had tweeted:

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Midwest Farmers Continue To Struggle Against Extended Drought

Get the Hay Out of the Way

Message for farmers to get the hay out of the road areas for safety reasons

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