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GF&P darts mountain lion at Spearfish home
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TUPPER: GOP Senate hopefuls display burn-down-the-forest approach to governing
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SD Lottery Commission repeals 1991 restriction on promotions
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The cover of Stew Magnuson’s book, “The Last American Highway: A Journey Through Time Down U.S. Route 83: The Dakotas” is shown here. Magnuson is an award-winning author and journalist based in Virginia. (Photo courtesy of Stew Magnuson)
Author pens story of North, South Dakota along US Highway 83
3 hours 41 min ago
Study outlines ag business opportunities in Davison County
4 hours 3 min ago
Some South Dakota GOP support help for pregnant immigrants
15 hours 44 min ago
Aberdeen has fastest download speed in SD
15 hours 50 min ago
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SD board OKs studies on roads, wine distribution
16 hours 10 min ago
LaPlante takes new job as assistant US attorney
16 hours 16 min ago
Summit League tourneys boost Sioux Falls economy
23 hours 10 min ago
The Mitchell Emergency Response Unit inspects its new armored personal carrier on loan from the federal government Tuesday afternoon in downtown Mitchell. The unit needs to conduct driver training and familiarize itself with the vehicle before qualifying to operate it, according to Mitchell patrol Sgt. Dave Beintema. The Mitchell Police Division has had the vehicle for two to three weeks, according to Beintema. (Sean Ryan/Republic)
PHOTO: Armoured personnel carrier in Mitchell
23 hours 17 min ago
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Canada vows to keep Keystone XL issue alive
April 23, 2014 - 7:33am
Davison County tells Avera to pay the full taxes on future I-90 site
April 23, 2014 - 7:15am
PHOTO: Safety talk
April 23, 2014 - 6:59am
Quenton Gessner, 6, a kindergartener at John Paul II Elementary School holds his Pope John Paul II praying card while listening to father Andrew Swietochowski speak during a school assembly in preparation for the canonization of the schools namesake this Sunday. (Sean Ryan/The Daily Republic)
JPII Elementary’s namesake to be declared a saint on Sunday
April 23, 2014 - 6:49am
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