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SURVEY: Dakotas Among Best and Worst Poverty Rates in Region

(NPN) -- One Dakota has the best poverty rate in the region and one of the best in the nation. The other Dakota has the worst poverty rate in the region but fares OK nationally.

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Not In My Backyard, Local Election, After Arson On Viewpoint

The Catholic proposal for a "Hospitality Center" on the East Bank, City and School Election information, and an after the fire update on the Local Natural Food Co-op, today (Thursday) on VPU.

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Reading, Pennsylvania Struggles To Overcome Vast Swaths Of Poverty

Feeding South Dakota Raising $6 Million

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The Feeding South Dakota hunger relief organization is launching a $6 million statewide capital campaign to boost facilities and services.

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Good News, Bad News for South Dakota’s Child Poverty Rates

Fewer South Dakota children lived in poverty in 2012 compared to 2011. However, the 2012 rate is still higher than it was in 2007.

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‘Food Insecurity’ Rate High in S.D. University Counties Brookings, Clay

Brookings and Clay counties, hosts to South Dakota’s two largest colleges - South Dakota State University and the University of South Dakota - have rates of food insecurity higher than the state’s average.

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Sioux Falls May Have Another Candidate for Mayor

MInnehaha County Commissioner Jeff Barth, is exploring a run for Mayor of Sioux Falls.

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Raising Minimum Wage Doesn’t Solve Poverty Problem [OPINION]

Even if you raise the minimum wage, you're still on the bottom.

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Workshop to Study Suburban Poverty

I got a notice by e-mail (that's sent to news types all over the country) about a workshop to be held this fall at Hofstra University in New York that will target "suburban poverty,' and I have to admit the phrase was a new one to me

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