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Noem to introduce legislation offering more flexibility for local school meal programs
1 min 51 sec ago
Musick, Putnam officially candidates for school board
7 min 23 sec ago
Legislature sets minimum distances for other vehicles to pass bicyclists
19 min 20 sec ago
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Senate endorses driving 75 while passing on two-lane roads
23 min 16 sec ago
Taliaferro arrest drama takes new turn in Senate
25 min 40 sec ago
OUR VIEW: Wrestling, what a brutal sport
31 min 51 sec ago
Teacher Kathy Nimmer, who is blind, says she wants her students, many of whom face serious challenges of their own, to see her as proof that they can overcome those challenges. She is Indiana’s 2015 Teacher of the Year and a finalist for National Teacher of the Year. Nimmer teaches English and creative writing in West Lafayette, Ind.  ( Sue Scott, Tippecanoe School Corporation)
Teaching teenagers is hard enough, imagine doing it blind
37 min 56 sec ago
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District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier laid out the contours of how Washington police plan to respond to the Initiative 71, which legalizes some recreational marijuana use in the nation
With marijuana legalization, green rush is on in District of Columbia
44 min 28 sec ago
Three New York men charged with trying to aid Islamic State
57 min 30 sec ago
Crop insurance floor prices expected to drop again in 2015
2 hours 9 min ago
Excerpts from recent South Dakota editorials
2 hours 11 min ago
Consumers, retailers flock to goat meat as beef prices stay high
2 hours 13 min ago
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Officials seeking suspect who fled scene of accident
2 hours 44 min ago
Condition of South Dakota winter wheat crop deteriorates
3 hours 2 min ago
Longtime Northern State wrestling coach stepping down
3 hours 3 min ago
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