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Dakotans Pay Their Car Loans on Time

The Dakotas' vehicle owners are the best or among the best at keeping their loans current, according to Experian Automotive.

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FILE: Mike Huether, Mayor, Sioux Falls
City of Sioux Falls

Huether Continues Quest to Make Best City in America Better

Mayor Mike Huether is still as enthusiastic about leading Sioux Falls as he was four and a half years ago.  

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Shannon County High in Never Marrieds, Fall River in Divorcees

While South Dakota is part of the Midwest “marriage belt” where couples get married at higher rate than the rest of the nation, it does have some counties that go against that trend.

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Courtesy The Siouxland Initiative

Tri-State Governors Push Worker Recruitment

The governors of South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska are cooperating on workforce recruitment.

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Kristi Noem
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Congressional Lame Duck Session Doesn’t Pass By Easy Street, Kristi Noem Talks Funding Government

Congress is back in session and South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem resumes her duties representing her constituents.  

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Photo by Getty Images

Four Things To Protect Your Trees This Winter

With the “Farmer’s Almanac” predicting a major winter, the International Society of Arboriculture recommends several steps for people in the to protect their trees from weather stress and injury.

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Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin
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POLITCIAL WHISPERS: The Capricious Gods of Politics

Brendan Johnson and Stephanie Herseth Sandlin are the two luckiest Democrats in South Dakota.

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Rick Weiland
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Weiland Campaign Still Swinging at Keystone Pipeline, Reid

Defeated Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland isn’t giving up his fight against the Keystone XL pipeline—or soon-to-be Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid.

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Photo by Todd Epp

In South Dakota, Does Religion Determine Your Electoral Destiny?

Want to know the best indicator of how a South Dakotan might vote? Find out their religion, according to Sioux Falls pollster Paul Nielson.

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United States John Thune
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Thune Says He’ll Be Busy as New Commerce Committee Chair

Come January, U.S. Senator John Thune takes over chairmanship of the Commerce Committee. He says he’ll have quite the list of issues to deal with.

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