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Governor Advisor to Retire

Senior Advisor to the Governor Deb Bowman who has served in numerous capacities will retire next year according to Governor Dennis Daugaard.

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Lora Hubbel
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Candidate Hubbel Expresses Obamacare Doubts

Lora Hubbel is a former state legislator from Sioux Falls who looks to take on Governor Daugaard in a Republican primary. She tackles Obamacare in a recent newsletter.

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SD School Evaluation System Might be Tweaked

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota's Education Department wants to change how it evaluates the quality of the state's public schools.

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Rick Weiland
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Rick Weiland Cracks the 200 Mark

In his quest to visit every population center in South Dakota during his campaign, Rick Weiland is now at a significant milestone.

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Panel Appointed to Guide Judge Candidates

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — All 41 of South Dakota's circuit judges are up for re-election next year — something that happens every eight years.

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Spearfish Annexation Might Go to Public Vote

SPEARFISH, S.D. (AP) — People who oppose the city of Spearfish's decision to annex land in Spearfish Valley have submitted petitions hoping to force a public vote on the matter.

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ANALYSIS: Decrease in SNAP Benefits in South Dakota by the Numbers


(NPN) – With the temporary increase in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Benefit food assistance running out today, what are the SNAP numbers for South Dakota in terms of participants, economic impact, etc.? NPN looked at the numbers:

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Expert: Shutdown Hurt Midwest Business Conditions

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A business conditions index for nine Midwest and Plains states has dropped after rising the previous two months.

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Lora Hubbel – Butterball Turkeys, Ron Paul & the Bombing of Auschwitz [OPINION]

I was reading the Rapid City Journal this morning, as it discussed former State Representative Lora Hubbel’s announcement for Governor via her campaign swing out to Rapid City.  

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Noem Protest
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Democrats Continue to Pressure Representative Noem

Where is Congresswoman Kristi Noem? Hiding from her vote to keep the government closed in the midst of a livestock disaster at home.

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