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South Dakota Inmates Indicted in Guard Assault

Two inmates have been indicted on charges accusing them of assaulting a prison guard.

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State Panel Working to Upgrade South Dakota 911 Service

The head of a state board that oversees South Dakota's 911 operations says a new system should be in place in the next few years to improve emergency response and take advantage of new telephone technologies.

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Prison Inmates Help with Roadside Cleanup

State prison inmates are helping the South Dakota Transportation Department with roadside cleanup projects across the state.

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Governor Urges Recognition of Military Service

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard says people should take time this month to recognize the sacrifices and successes of those who have served in the U.S. military.

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Firearms Charge Dropped Against Fort Pierre Man

A federal charge against a Fort Pierre man for being a felon in possession of a firearm has been dismissed.

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Sen. Mark Johnston Resigning to Take Sanford Post

The Sioux Falls Republican from District 12 says he is accepting a vice president position with Sanford Health. His resignation is effective at the end of the month. He has served in the Senate the past three sessions.

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Snow, Rain Improve Drought, but Deep Soil Dry

Officials say snow and rain in the past month have improved drought conditions in much of South Dakota, but soil deep below the surface is still very dry.

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Board to Meet on Pierre Teacher Contract

Pierre school district employees could see their first ongoing pay hike in three years if a contract is approved by the school board.

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Group Membership Fees Divide Lawmakers

South Dakota Democrats say it's inappropriate for the state to pay for lawmakers' membership in an organization they believe is a conservative group dominated by Republicans and large corporations.

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Lawmakers Studying Possible Changes in Staff

A South Dakota legislative panel has decided to have an outside agency review the operation of the Legislature's professional staff.

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