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Open Letter to the South Dakota Legislature – It’s Time to Do Something about Teacher Pay!

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South Dakota Traveler Councelors Wanted

If you love South Dakota, enjoy visiting with people, have knowledge of the states attractions, and have a few computer and social media skills, you could be one of the next South Dakota travel counselors

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As Many as 100 Cattle Drown after Falling through the Ice on Reservoir

An estimated 100 cattle drowned when they fell through the ice on a reservoir that straddles the South Dakota-Nebraska border.

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South Dakota Officer Shot during Kimball Standoff Gets Phone Call from Governor Dennis Daugaard

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard personally called the South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper who was shot during a standoff near Kimball.

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BBC Features South Dakota’s Underground Music Scene

The BBC was in South Dakota in December and did a number of stories about the state for their BBC Pop Up series.

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Sam Boswell, 7, all bundled up in his winter clothes, splashes his way to the school bus. Boulder County schools were on a 2 hour delayed start for kids going to high school and elementary school due to the snow fall. An unexpected spring storm brought ba

More Cold. More Wind. More Late School Starts Friday January 9th

Winter weather has been wreaking havoc on schools getting back to business in 2015.

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JCPenney To Close 40 Stores in 2015 Including One In South Dakota

In an effort to reduce costs, JCPenney plans to close approximately 40 of its department stores this year, including one in South Dakota.

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No Travel Advised in Eastern South Dakota Thursday Afternoon

Snow and blowing snow are making driving dangerous.

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Updates: Suspect Surrenders Peacefully in Brule County Standoff, Final Moments on Police Radio

South Dakota Highway Patrol confirms the standoff at a Brule County residence has ended and the subject has surrendered without incident.

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Skools, Traffik, And Legizlascion Today on VPU

Local education, local traffic, and state legislation are the featured subjects at Viewpoint University today from 4-7pm on 1140 KSOO.

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