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DEADWOOD — According to statistics recently released by the South Dakota Commission on Gaming, Deadwood’s May 2024 gaming handle was up 1.66 percent over May 2023. Table games handle …

PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley recently announced that a Wagner man has pleaded guilty, but mentally ill, and has been sentenced for threatening two public officials. …

BROOKINGS — For the second time in three years, a South Dakota State University junior has been named a Udall Scholar — one of the most prestigious scholarships in the country. …

The Prairie Doc

There are so many questions. Is it safe? Does pot smoking lead to the use of hard drugs? What is the risk of pot smoking during pregnancy? Does marijuana have medical value in treating disease? Does …

NEW YORK — A new study that recreated commercial pasteurization in a government lab provides reassurance that heat treatment kills bird flu virus in cow’s milk, U.S. officials said …

NEW YORK — With fresh COVID-19 cases bubbling up in some parts of the country, health officials are setting course for a fall vaccination campaign. The Centers for Disease Control and …

DE SMET — On July 1, an asphalt surfacing project on state Highway 25 from the north city limits of De Smet to the north junction on state Highway 28 is set to begin. The project consists …

DES MOINES, Iowa — The Iowa Supreme Court said Friday the state’s strict abortion law  is legal, telling a lower court to dissolve a temporary block on the law and allowing Iowa to …

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court  cleared the way for cities to enforce bans on  homeless people  sleeping outside in public places on Friday, overturning a California appeals …

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court  on Friday upended a 40-year-old decision that made it easier for the federal government to regulate the environment, public health, workplace safety and …

Election 2024

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden forcefully tried on Friday to quell Democratic anxieties over his unsteady showing in his debate  with former President Donald Trump, as elected members of …

WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. — In a gathering near a picturesque lake outside Yellowstone National Park, hundreds of people cheered Wednesday as a Native American leader spoke the name revealed on a …

ABERDEEN — The South Dakota Board of Regents recently announced the approval of two high-need programs designed to meet the growing workforce demands in the state and beyond. These programs …

PIERRE— The South Dakota Department of Health has confirmed the first West Nile virus (WNV) mosquito pools of the season have been detected in Brookings County. State officials urge the public …

BROOKINGS — By the narrowest of margins — two points out of more than 2,000 — the SDSU Quarter Scale Tractor Team came up just short of winning its third consecutive national title. …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension Better Choices, Better Health-South Dakota is observing National Chronic Disease Month in July with a series of free, family-friendly events. National Chronic …

Sow and Grow

From wet, to dry, to just right … we’ve all seen various weather conditions this spring. With row crop planting finished, producers are thinking of cutting hay, scouting/managing pests, …

BISMARCK, N.D.  — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is one of Donald Trump’s most visible and vocal backers, sprinting around the country to drum up support for the former …

BROOKINGS — Competing against the best and the brightest, a South Dakota State University engineering team finished third overall in a NASA contest and again was awarded for building the best …

BROOKINGS — As part of its commitment to community support and sustainability, Dacotah Bank has recently undertaken an initiative to donate computer equipment generated from its recent …

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