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on July 30, 2013 in Williston, North Dakota.

STUDY: North Dakota Predicted to Lead Jobs Growth Rate, South Dakota 23rd

(NPN) -- North Dakota is expected to lead the nation in percentage of job growth in 2014 while South Dakota is expected to have more moderate growth rate in comparison.

A recent study by the Pew Charitable Trusts predicts that North Dakota will lead the United States in job growth rate at 3

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Matthew Giarmo of Alexandria, Virginia, who lost his contract job with the Department of Health and Human Services in 2012, holds up a sign seeking a job with a lower salary than he would normally ask on a street corner October 8, 2013 in Washington, DC.
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Dakota Politicians Brag About Low Unemployment. One Rate Paints Darker Picture.

Rates for long-term unemployment in North and South Dakota are five to nine times the “official” unemployment rates.

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Obama And First Lady Host Event On Expanding College Opportunity At White House

SURVEY: Is the First Lady Snubbing the Dakotas?

Time is running out for first lady Michelle Obama to invite a North or South Dakotan to her husband’s State of the Union Address.

The first lady has invited 115 non-administration guests from 32 states, according to a survey by Smart Politics

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What’s It Like Growing Up on a Farm in South Dakota?

Growing up on a farm is a unique experience. We asked our fans to share with us some of their memories of growing up on a farm.

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Governor Daugaard Reaches Out to Veterans

During Governor Dennis Daugaard's State of the State Address, an initiative trumpeted by the Administration was aimed toward the Veterans of South Dakota.

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Candidate for U.S. Senate Continues One to One Approach

There are a few miles to go and interactions to come and Weiland took some time from the campaign trail to give us an update.

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STUDY: Majority of South Dakota D-I Football Players Come from Minnehaha County

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(NPN) -- South Dakota doesn’t produce many Division I football players—only 41 of over 25,000 current D-I players, according to a recent study.

Benn Stancil of the online site Mode compiled the statistics from ESPN, compared it to U

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Amanda and Blake Shelton backstage

South Dakota Woman Finds Her Dreams in Nashville

Amanda Monger probably would have laughed had you told her 5 years ago that she'd be in Nashville, working with country artists on tour and on the television set.  Amanda grew up in Minnesota, lived in Brandon, SD and was

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Plea for Full Disclosure with Affordable Care Act

Kristi Noem expresses a worry about the tremendous weight the federal government is putting on children.

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Lawmakers Debate More Common Core Bills

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota lawmakers are considering proposals that would protect the privacy of student records and delay the adoption of any additional Common Core standards.

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