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Special Education Teachers in Demand across South Dakota

Special education teachers are in demand across South Dakota, and Sioux Falls schools are even hiring teachers before they're fully certified.

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Custer State Park to Host Event for New Visitor Center

South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks says Custer State Park is hosting a dedication and ribbon-cutting event for the park's new visitor center.

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Is South Dakota ‘Gambling Friendly’? You Bet!

A new study says the Mount Rushmore State is the second most gambling-addicted state in the U.S.

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Sudden Death Shocks Vermillion Institution

The University of South Dakota has notified students and staff announcing the death of Colette Abbott, wife of President Jim Abbott on Wednesday.

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South Dakota’s Most Popular Craft Beer, Other Midwest Faves

What is South Dakota's Most Popular Beer?

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Could Medicaid Expansion Be Easier Than Previously Thought?

Paying for an expansion of Medicaid in South Dakota by reducing state spending on the program may be easier than previously anticipated.

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3 of South Dakota’s Biggest Earthquakes

South Dakota is not known for it's geological activity. Our natural disasters tend to come from the sky rather than from the ground. But, earthquakes are not unknown in the Rushmore State.

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DOJ: South Dakota Long-Term Care System Violates Federal Law

A U.S. Dept of Justice investigation has found that South Dakota is violating federal law by relying on nursing facilities to serve people with disabilities.

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Fireworks Likely Source of Mount Rushmore Water Pollution

A government report has concluded that past fireworks displays at Mount Rushmore are the likely source of a pollutant found in water within the site.

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Kids Can Dig in the Dirt at South Dakota Archaeology Camp

Registrations for kids are being taken for the South Dakota State Historical Society's Archaeology Camp for Tuesday, June 7 through Thursday, June 9, 2016.

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