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Yankton man arrested in deadly teen overdose case

PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley and authorities in Clay and Yankton counties recently announced that an 18-year-old Yankton man has been indicted in the fentanyl overdose …

Project begins at Jefferson Port of Entry on Interstate 29

YANKTON — A project has begun at the port of entry located 4 miles north of Jefferson on Interstate 29. This port of entry was the state’s first electronic screening facility. The …

Project to affect U.S. Highway 212 between Clark, Watertown

WATERTOWN — Pipe repair work on U.S. Highway 212 is scheduled to begin during the week of May 20. This reconstruction project will mill and overlay approximately 21 miles on Highway 212 from …
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South Dakota businesses get state loans from GOED

PIERRE — The Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board of Economic Development approved three loans at this month’s meeting. Financing for these projects will reflect a …

Career sessions available for teens, young adults in South Dakota

PIERRE — The Department of Labor and Regulation is offering teens and young adults between the ages of 14 and 21 opportunities to explore careers in their communities, interact with businesses …

Regarding the repression of transnational dissidents

Forty-five years ago, the Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov was killed in London with a poison-tipped umbrella as he made his way home from work. The horrifying case transfixed the British public. …

Anti-abortion group is behind calls labeled a ‘scam’ by South Dakota election official

Hundreds of phone calls this week that the South Dakota secretary of state has labeled a “scam” are originating from an anti-abortion group seeking to disqualify an abortion-rights ballot …

Research shows that grazing livestock on cropland pays off

PIERRE — The core idea behind the regenerative agriculture movement is a simple one: Mimic nature. What did farmland look like before it was farmed, and how can producers make their operations …
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