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PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley recently announced that a resident of Vietnam who is in South Dakota on a student visa has been sentenced to 240 days in prison and ordered …

HOUSTON — About half a million Houston-area homes and businesses will still be without electricity next week, the city's largest utility said Thursday, stoking the frustration of hot and weary …

BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University has been tapped by the National Science Foundation to lead a statewide project that will build research capacity focused on biological nitrogen …

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PIERRE — The Department of Labor and Regulation Sioux Falls Job Service will host its monthly “Stroll Sioux Falls” recruiting and hiring event on July 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at …

BISMARCK, N.D.  — Organizers of a ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota submitted petition signatures on this week, likely setting up another statewide vote …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Office of Emergency Management reminds residents and businesses the deadline to submit damage reports related to recent flooding is July 12. This data collection is …

Post-election audits across South Dakota matched primary election night results from tabulator machines in most counties, according to  statewide data  released Wednesday by the Secretary …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension will host an Integrated Pest Management Field School on July 23, by Volga. The field school is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CDT at the SDSU Volga Farm, at 21254 464th …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension announces the opening of applications for Class 7 of beefSD, an educational program for beef producers. Participation in the beefSD program is an opportunity for …

BISMARCK, N.D. — A Native American tribe in North Dakota will soon grow lettuce in a giant greenhouse complex that when fully completed will be among the country’s largest, enabling the …

PIERRE — The South Dakota State Historical Society announces that the applications for the next round of the Deadwood Fund grant program should be postmarked no later than Oct. 1 for work …

BROOKINGS — South Dakota State University Extension, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension, the Northern Plains Forage Association and I-29 Moo University will co-host a field day for forage …

The rain held off and the sun shone once again over this year’s Fourth of July celebration in Flandreau.

It’s a slap dance we’re all too familiar with, and a conversation—if not a complaint—we all seem to be having right now. Mosquitoes.

We would like to thank the Flandreau Post #70 of the American Legion for giving us the opportunity to represent our community at the 2024 South Dakota Boys State.

All of the William and Ann Halter kids were back home in Moody County this past weekend. They try to get together somewhere at least once a year, having gone separate ways since growing up on a farm south of Ward, and attending Fletcher Country School.

This year’s crops, given an opportunity for early planting and all of the rain Mother Nature has sent our way, are largely considered in fair, good, or excellent condition by the USDA, especially where corn is concerned.

Runners from this year’s Little Crow Run, from the Lower Sioux Indian Community in Marshall, Minnesota, back to Flandreau, returned late Wednesday. More than a dozen youth participants, eager to see their final destination, jumped out of support vehicles just north of the First Presbyterian Church and Cemetery and joined the final runner on foot to Little Crow’s gravesite.

It was the Fourth of July, and the day couldn’t have been more beautiful — the sun shone all day with temperatures in the mid-70s. However, nightfall brought with it a steady rain.

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