State & regional news

PIERRE — June 5 is a special day in South Dakota — it's Forever 605 Day. It’s a time for South Dakotans to unite and celebrate the state’s only area code — and how to …

Sow and Grow

Winter wheat is near heading or heading out in many parts of South Dakota. As flowering nears, the main pest concern is fusarium head blight (head scab), which is a fungal pathogen that produces a …

PIERRE — Recently, Gov. Kristi Noem announced that Schwan’s Company, a subsidiary of CJ Foods, is making a further investment in South Dakota. In her 2021 State of the State Address, …

Voters in at least three rural South Dakota counties are set to decide Tuesday whether to return to counting ballots by hand, the latest communities around the country to consider ditching machine …

Joelle Simpson was named the new Miss South Dakota this weekend at the 77th Miss South Dakota contest at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center at South Dakota State University. Simpson, 20, of …

BROOKINGS — Briley Steffensen, 17, was crowned Miss South Dakota’s Teen on Friday evening in Brookings. Her talent for the competition was a musical theater dance, and her community …

BROOKINGS — The National Science Foundation recently announced an $8 million investment to enhance South Dakota’s research and development competitiveness. South Dakota State …

Less than an inch. That’s the difference between an off-day and a winning shot for a marksman. “It takes a tremendous amount of skill to hone in on what I call the final inch,” …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Game, Fish and Park Commission held its May meeting May 2-3 at the Event Barn in Custer State Park. Wildlife proposals Landowner own land prairie antlerless …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs will be hosting 12 fallen hero bridge dedication ceremonies this year, honoring 15 veterans. In 2019, Gov. Kristi Noem and the …

MINNEAPOLIS — The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reaffirmed the importance of properly cooking wild game after six people became sick from a parasite traced to …

BROOKINGS — In summer 2021, Badlands National Park was home to a healthy and growing population of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, with approximately 300 total among the three herds. Then in …

  PIERRE — Since 2016, the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition has held an annual Soil Health School to offer an intensive educational experience that combines classroom instruction …

BROOKINGS — Cattle producers looking to refresh their artificial insemination skills are welcome to join the South Dakota State University Extension's AI School Refresher Course on June 8. …

PIERRE — More than 400 South Dakota educators will attend the Department of Education’s Civics and History Summit at the Sioux Falls Convention Center on June 3-4. The summit is designed …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension and South Dakota Humanities Scholar Molly Barari will host a series of wisdom writing workshops across the state to promote a positive attitude toward aging. …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Transportation announced the launch of the South Dakota Airport Terminal Program following the successful passage of Senate Bill 144 in the 2024 …

STANLEY COUNTY — A 63-year-old woman died Friday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash in Stanley County. The name of the person involved has not been released pending notification of family …

PIERRE — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley recently announced that a Brandon woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, with all time suspended, after earlier pleading guilty to …

PIERRE — The South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs will host a Memorial Day program on May 27. The program will begin at noon at the South Dakota Veterans Cemetery, 25965 477th Ave., in …

« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 11 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.