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STURGIS — An 83-year-old woman died Friday morning when a trailered boat came unhitched and collided with her vehicle head-on 11 miles north of Sturgis. Preliminary crash information …

CANTON — A project to remove concrete pavement at the intersection of U.S. Highway 18 and state Highway 115, west of Canton, will begin June 22. It had been set for June 15, but weather …

DELMONT — A 19-year-old man from Alexandria died Friday morning in a single-vehicle crash near Delmont. Preliminary crash information indicates Hadley W. Wallace, the driver of a 2012 Ford …

HURON — NorthWestern Energy gas technician Tim MacDonald turned right on Nevada Avenue in Huron when leaving the office one cold day in January 2023, even though he always turns left. The rare …

BROOKINGS — With the U.S. Transportation Security Administration, reporting record numbers of airline passengers at the beginning of the summer 2024 vacation season, airports across the nation …

It was a beautiful evening to celebrate our nation and kick off a new tradition in Egan. Hundreds turned out this past Friday, Flag Day, for the new Avenue of Flags Dedication Ceremony. From the very young to the very old, families, friends, neighbors, and strangers gathered to celebrate an event that no one ever anticipated might grace the streets of the small Moody County town.

FLANDREAU — The stage is set in Moody County for the upcoming capital murder trial of Joseph Hoek, the man accused in the hit-and-run death of Moody County Deputy Sheriff Ken Prorok. The next hearing in the case is scheduled for June 20 at 11 a.m.

The Flandreau Housing Corporation will likely take a different approach to a new multi-family affordable housing project after plans with an initial developer fell through. The proposed apartment …

A delegation of local Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal leaders, led by Vice President Cyndi Weddell, along with tribal law enforcement, plan to attend an upcoming Tribal Public Safety Crisis Summit in Pierre.

Flandreau Fridays, the popular event showcasing the rich cultural tapestry of Flandreau, returns on June 21, for its fourth year. Established in 2021, the event highlights the diversity of this small rural South Dakota town, home to large Filipino, Hispanic, and Native American populations along with countless other strong family heritages.

Classic car enthusiasts were treated this week to quite a sight in and around the region this past week as Brookings hosted the 36th Annual International Dodge Brothers Club Meet. The week-long event …

Dell Rapids, SD – U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. …

PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has joined a letter sent by the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) to U.S. House leadership endorsing the Child Exploitation and Artificial Intelligence Expert Commission Act of 2024.

NEW YORK — Dr. Lisa Walling’s first house call of the day was with a particularly fluffy hospice patient — a 13-year-old Newfoundland named Rugby. Rugby happily licked a plate …

SIOUX FALLS — More than 100 absentee ballots in one of South Dakota's least conservative counties should not have been rejected after being challenged by the leader of a group that has raised …

BROOKINGS — South Dakota youth once again showed their soil and plant expertise when a South Dakota State University Extension 4-H range judging team won first place at a national contest for …

SIOUX FALLS — Jennifer J. Tinguely, MD, MPH, of Sioux Falls became the 143rd president of the South Dakota State Medical Association during the organization’s annual meeting recently in …

BROOKINGS — Additional special scholarship and award winners were announced June 1 at the 2024 Miss South Dakota and Miss South Dakota’s Teen competition to women from across the state. …

BROOKINGS COUNTY — A Thursday afternoon crash involving a crop-dusting plane northwest of White ended about as well as it could have: The aircraft’s pilot, Brookings resident Jeffrey …

PIERRE — The Study Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Regulation of Internet Access by Minors will hold its first meeting of the 2024 Interim on June 18 at 9 a.m. The meeting is …

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