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Senator Mike Rounds Raises $42,700 in Second Quarter; $30,300 in Debt

South Dakota U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds has raised about $42,700 in the most recent fundraising quarter and is sitting on about $30,300 of debt.

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Aberdeen Man Run over by Vehicle After Losing Control of It

An Aberdeen man was hospitalized after being run over by his own vehicle.

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Corn Quality Remains High

Crop maturity came within one point of the five-year average according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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5-Year-Old Hartford Girl Drowns in Lake Thompson, Two Other Drownings Reported

Authorities say a 5-year-old girl has drowned in a lake in eastern South Dakota.

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Missing Yankton Minimum-Security Inmate Back in Custody

An inmate who went missing from the minimum-security state prison in Yankton is back in custody.

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Residents of Waubay Region Recovering from Severe Storm

Residents of the Waubay region are working to recover from heavy storm damage.

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Search Scaled Back for Man Missing in National Park

Authorities have scaled back the search for a Nebraska man missing in Badlands National Park in southwestern South Dakota.

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Former US Senate Candidate in South Dakota Going on Trial

Former South Dakota U.S. Senate candidate Clayton Walker is going on trial for alleged election law violations.

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Rapid City Power Plant That Opened in 1961 to Get Taken Down

A coal-fired power plant that opened in 1961 in Rapid City is being taken down this summer.

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South Dakota Program Awards Scholarships to 40 Students

South Dakota officials say 40 high school graduates have received scholarships from a program that encourages people to pursue careers in critically needed occupations.

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