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It’s been over six months since two in-home child care providers closed in Highmore. The town of over 600 in central South Dakota has a few other in-home providers, but all are full and have …

HURON — The State Fair and South Dakota Hall of Fame icon Sherwin Linton are excited to invite entertainers of all ages to submit their acts for consideration to be featured on the Centennial …

Starting next week, certain dairy cattle must be tested for avian influenza before they can be transported to a different state, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday. The …

South Dakota FFA News

BROOKINGS — The blue corduroy jacket is a familiar symbol of the FFA organization, worn as part of official dress during most FFA activities. On April 18 at the South Dakota FFA convention in …

South Dakota FFA News

BROOKINGS — As the need grows for more ag educators across the nation, the ag teachers who go above and beyond in educating America’s youth and future leaders are more important than …

BROOKINGS — Dacia Mitchell wanted to open her own store but wasn’t sure where to start. Then she attended the 2023 Energize conference in Wessington Springs. “I’ve always …

RAPID CITY — South Dakota National Guard Black Hawk helicopters, in coordination with South Dakota Wildland Fire, will conduct wildland fire aerial water delivery recertification training later …

SIOUX FALLS — NorthWestern Energy’s natural gas system is now delivering renewable natural gas to homes, businesses and manufacturers in the Brookings area. NorthWestern Energy will …

SIOUX FALLS — NorthWestern Energy employees are planting trees, working at food banks, cleaning up trash and more during National Volunteer Week, April 21-27. NorthWestern Energy will make …

SIOUX FALLS — Starting April 24, traffic on 41st Street in Sioux Falls will shift to one lane in each direction on the north side of the 41st Street bridge. This traffic switch is part of …

An Arkansas pipe manufacturer is seeking more than $15 million from a company that wants to build a carbon dioxide pipeline system in states including South Dakota amid delays of their agreement, …

PIERRE — Historic preservation projects in Aberdeen, Dell Rapids, Garretson, Geddes, Pierre and Vermillion recently were awarded matching grants from the South Dakota State Historical Society. …

Editor's note: This is the eighth in a series of stories on children that Jackie Hendry, producer and host of South Dakota Public Broadcasting's "South Dakota Focus" will write for South Dakota News …

SIOUX FALLS — A Minnesota toddler who fell from a South Dakota hotel's third-floor window has died. Kathryn and Alex Hein of Lakefield, Minnesota, wrote in a Facebook post that their …

BROOKINGS — National Healthcare Decisions Day was April 15, and SDSU Extension is encouraging family farm owners to make long-term caregiving decisions. “National Healthcare …

A Native American-led nonprofit has announced that it purchased nearly 40 acres of land in the Black Hills of South Dakota amid a growing movement that seeks to return land to Indigenous people. …

BROOKINGS — Youth interested in the swine industry are invited to participate in the 2024 South Dakota Swine Summit in Brookings. The event is from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 13, \ on the …

BROOKINGS — SDSU Extension has welcomed Addie Womack as a new livestock production and stewardship specialist. Womack will coordinate the Beef Quality Assurance program in South Dakota, …

PIERRE — The Transportation Hall of Honor Committee is accepting nominations for review and consideration for induction into the South Dakota Transportation Hall of Honor. The purpose of …

The  South Dakota State Fair  will start a day earlier this year, increasing weeklong admission prices because of the additional day. The fair, held in Huron at the end of August each …

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