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Wildfire Specialist Announces Run for Governor

RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A former leader of South Dakota's state wildfire agency says he plans to run for governor next year.

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Kristi Noem Spells Out School Lunch Initiative

South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem is looking to revise rules instituted last year on a federal level for school lunches.

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Eager Retailers Greet Crowds Of Shoppers On "Black Friday"
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VPU The Afternoon After

We have to do some catch-up on KSOO’s Viewpoint University – Monday edition. With no shows on Thursday and Friday, it’s been the biggest span between shows in a long time.

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FILE: Stace Nelson
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Stace Nelson Sends His Thanksgiving Wishes

Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Stace Nelson from Fulton send his wishes for the season.

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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard
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Democrats Say Continue South Dakota GOED Investigation

The South Dakota Democratic Party is applying more pressure into the GOED investigation. They would like the probe to be conducted by an outside agency.

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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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Students (FILE)

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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