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South Dakota Highway Patrol Gets $8,500 to Buy Drug Dog

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Highway Patrol is getting $8,500 to buy a police service dog that will be used in drug investigations.

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Announces Checkpoints

It's the monthly warning from the South Dakota Highway Patrol. Troopers will conduct sobriety checkpoints in more than a dozen counties during January.

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Castlewood Man Killed in Hamlin County Crash

A Castlewood man died over the noon hour on Thursday in a two-vehicle crash at a rural intersection, some two miles southwest of the junction of Interstate 29 and State Highway 22 inHamlin County.

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Flandreau Man Killed in I-29 Crash in Moody County

A Flandreau man died Sunday evening in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 29 about 12 miles south of Brookings.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says 81-year-old Leslie James Schrecengost was southbound in the driving lane around 5:30pm, while a pickup driven by a Tennessee man was also southbound in the driving lane

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Cautions Holiday Travelers

The South Dakota Highway Patrol is reminding motorists to drive carefully over the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

Captain Kevin Joffer says traffic will be heavy, so motorists need to be prepared for changes in weather and road conditions

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South Dakota Highway Patrol Announces Checkpoints

Call it fair warning for motorists in South Dakota.

The Highway Patrol says sobriety checkpoints will be conducted in 18 counties in the state during the month of December, some in or near the Sioux Falls area, some at the other end of the state and some in-between.

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Huron Man Dies of Injuries from 2-Vehicle Crash

A Huron man died Sunday of injuries he received five days earlier in a two-vehicle crash south of Huron, in Beadle County.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says 20-year-old Bo Mutchelknaus failed to stop at a stop sign on a gravel road and his vehicle was struck by one driven by an Alpena man shortly before 5pm Tuesday

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Iowa Man Killed in Codington County Crash

A man from Perry, Iowa man died Tuesday in a one-vehicle crash about five miles east of Watertown on U.S. Highway 212 in Codington County.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says another man from the same Iowa town was driving a van eastbound when he lost control on the icy roadway

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Belle Fourche Man Killed in Lawrence County Crash

A Belle Fourche man was killed early Monday in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 90 in Lawrence County.

The Highway Patrol says 35-year-old Greg Alan Baier was westbound just after midnight when his pickup went off the road near the Spearfish Exit at Mile Marker 10

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Canistota Man Found Dead After Crash

 

A Canistota man was found dead after his semi-truck left Interstate 29, traveled through a cornfield and came to rest on a gravel road in Union County Monday evening.

The Highway Patrol says 66-year-old Gerald Fry was southbound on I-29, five miles north of Elk Point, just after 8:30pm when, for an unknown reason, his semi-truck left the roadway.

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