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Sioux Falls Looks to Buy BNSF Rail Yard Site

Sioux Falls is moving forward with an environmental assessment and land appraisal ahead of a potential purchase of the 9.5-acre downtown BNSF rail yard site.

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Hong Kong Trade Director Visiting South Dakota

The director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco is visiting Pierre on Wednesday to meet with Gov. Dennis Daugaard and other economic leaders.

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Scientists Make Plans for New Experiment in Lead

Scientists have been given the Department of Energy's approval to move forward with plans for a $50 million building that will eventually house a neutrino detector in the western South Dakota town of Lead.

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Sanford Health

Sanford Health Buys Biotech Company Hematech

Dakotas-based Sanford Health says it has acquired Sioux Falls-based biotech company Hematech.

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31 People Died from Work Injuries in South Dakota in 2011

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says 31 people died from work injuries in South Dakota during 2011.

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Sanford Health

Sanford to Hire 2 Native American Healers

The country's largest rural, nonprofit hospital system is hiring two traditional Native American healers to train medical staff in the Dakotas and Minnesota.

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Johnson Named Biotech Association Exec Director

Joni Johnson has been named executive director of the South Dakota Biotechnology Association.

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Despite Rough Economy, South Dakota Exports Strong in 2012

Despite a sluggish national economy, manufacturing exports out of South Dakota have been solid in 2012.

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Despite Drought, Corn Yields High for Some Farmers

Despite the severe drought, some South Dakota farmers who entered an annual contest had some of the highest corn yields in history this past year.

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Thune: Still Hoping for ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Aversion

U.S. Sen. John Thune says he's frustrated that it's taking lawmakers so long to inch toward a deal before the so-called "fiscal cliff" prompts a variety of tax hikes in the new year, but he's still hopeful.

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