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OPINION: Finding time for a quiet moment on Memorial weekend
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Not even helmets help pro bull riders stave off concussions
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GLAD YOU ASKED: How about some no-parking signs at the Pepsi-Cola Soccer Complex?
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53 people in 9 states sickened after eating raw tuna
4 hours 40 min ago
South Dakota to join float lineup of the 2016 Rose Parade
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SD Historical Society wins 2 independent book awards
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Former Colorado College coach takes reins of USHL's Stampede
4 hours 46 min ago
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Director named for Confucius Institute at Northern State
5 hours 26 min ago
Wildlife habitat conservation program reaches million acres
5 hours 28 min ago
Annette Bosworth trial continues with additional testimony
5 hours 30 min ago
State plans to acquire 'Superfund' mine site
6 hours 37 min ago
Justice Department eyes voting reforms for American Indians
21 hours 1 min ago
Bird flu crisis slows in Minnesota, focus now on recovery
21 hours 2 min ago
6 people indicted for conspiracy to defraud IRS sentenced
21 hours 3 min ago
Tara Volesky, a candidate for the Mitchell Board of Education, is pictured in front of Longfellow Elementary. (Matt Gade/Republic)
Volesky running 'to get politics out of education'
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