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Professor: More Than Just Bombing Or Inaction in Syria

The situation in the Middle East is roiling once again and there are more options than just bombing away or sitting out.

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Driving in the Right Lane of the Road, Not on the Shoulder, or the Ditch

There’s extremism on the right, as well as on the left. And unfortunately, the extremists seem to get all too much attention lately, leaving people to wonder why things never get accomplished.

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Sen. Tim Rave Elected Majority Leader of Senate

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Republican state Sen. Tim Rave of Baltic has been elected the new majority leader of the South Dakota Senate.

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Retirement System Pays Off Unfunded Obligations

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Retirement System has used investment earnings on its assets to pay off the system's unfunded obligations.

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Shirley Halleen
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Shirley Halleen Worthy of South Dakota Hall of Fame Status

From life-long learning to politics, Shirley Halleen has quite a list of accomplishments worthy of the South Dakota Hall of Fame.

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Stace Nelson
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Stace Nelson Makes It a Four Person Republican Race for U.S. Senate

Stace Nelson of Fulton is in the race to take over the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Tim Johnson.

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Syrian Response: Blow up Runways [OPINION]

President Barack Obama has announced his plan to include Congress in the discussion regarding military force in Syria.

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Legislature Looks for Interns for 2014 Session

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota Legislature is looking for 22 college students to serve as interns during the 2014 legislative session that starts in January.

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Ring the Bell: The Politics of Education Deserve a Failing Grade [OPINION]

The education debate rages on, and despite decades worth of hullabaloo, it is pretty clear that our schooling doesn’t make the grade.

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Obama-scare: Why Republicans Hate the Affordable Care Act [OPINION]

If a handful of extreme Republicans in Congress get their way, the government will be shut down unless Obamacare is defunded.

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