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House approves bill to keep government open as Senate Democrats threaten to block it
'Big three' governor candidates meet at state tourism convention
A suspected serial killer could be behind 9 deaths - including his mother, Phoenix police say
Kirkegaard gets Senate panel's support for education secretary
Senate panel recommends Guffin, Sly for confirmation
Banker survey suggests economy remains slow in rural areas
Record year for commercial construction in Sioux Falls
Keystone XL pipeline gets enough shipper pledges to proceed
Oil's sustained rise giving oilfield servicers time to prosper
Amazon narrows field for second headquarters location to 20
place a business brief
Dicamba usage on soybean crops expected to double in 2018
ND senator seeks to correct tax law rewarding farmers who sell to cooperatives
Latest South Dakota crop report shows impact of drought
It's your land, but expect a reaction if you anger other aggies
As issues arise, Hoeven studies co-op tax benefit impact
Alexandria family 'went crazy,' in viral Vikings video
Twins bring back Kaat as special assistant
Magic G Afflalo suspended two games for throwing punch at Wolves' Bjelica
McFeely: In southeast North Dakota's Bison country, SDSU's Goedert has many fans
No. 2 Roger Federer handles heat, cruises at Aussie Open
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Tips to keep trim this holiday season
Harlan Leroy Smith
Violet Viola Smith
James W. Harley
Melinda J. (Schlaht) Kruse
Clara T. Rasmussen-Clark
OUR VIEW: Slow and steady with Northwoods League
Ted Cruz: Time to put Kim Jong Un on his heels
Commentary: Let's stop obsessing over dirty words
Analysis: Unexpected defeat in rural Wis. special election sets off GOP alarm bells
OPINION: What do you do when disaster seemingly strikes?
Wiltz: A fun trip to the Virgin Islands
Crappies hit early and often for group on lake near Grand Rapids
Wiltz: Wisconsin deer hunting full of problems
Community pulls for Brule, Wis., musher
Wis. 19-year-old is quickly gaining experience and having success in his trapping
Clarence and Marcella Titze
Card Shower to Celebrate 60 Years
WOSTER: Enjoy SD's fall landscapes
I love the warm, earthy colors of South Dakota's rural landscape in November before the first real snow of winter.
November 18, 2017 - 10:15am
November 7, 2017
How to ﬁght stereotypes about aging
What can be done about negative stereotypes that portray older adults as out of touch, useless, feeble, incompetent, pitiful and irrelevant? With late-night TV comedy shows where supposedly clueless older people are the butt of jokes and with ads for anti-aging creams equating youth...
November 7, 2017 - 7:45pm
September 19, 2017
Not drinking or driving, teens increasingly put off traditional markers of adulthood
When 17-year-old Quattro Musser hangs out with friends, they don't drink beer or cruise around in cars with their dates. Rather, they stick to...
September 19, 2017 - 2:10pm
April 17, 2017
As people age, the factors that drive depression may shift
Different types of problems are most likely to afflict people at different times of life, so common risk factors for depression change over the...
April 17, 2017 - 7:00am
September 23, 2014
Aging workshop to be held
SALEM — A Health, Happy and Wise Workshop will be offered beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9, at the Salem City Armory. Partners in this effort include: SDSU Extension, Leisure Living Independent and Assisted Living of Hartford, Salem and Corsica, and South Dakota Senior...
September 23, 2014 - 7:21am
March 25, 2014
WOSTER: The ups, downs of growing older
The upside of growing older is being alive. The downside is parts wearing out on a body that long ago outlived the warranties that accompanied it into the world. Almost every day recently, I've had moments of reflection -- sometimes early in the morning, sometimes in the middle...
March 25, 2014 - 7:53pm
February 21, 2014
Number of US ag operations falls, according to census
By Ros Krasny WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The proportion of U.S. farms with annual sales and government payments of $1 million or more doubled...
February 21, 2014 - 6:16am
June 29, 2013
Report: SD should ready for aging trend
If current trends continue, South Dakota will be grayer than the faces of Mount Rushmore in two decades. A recent iGrow report from South Dakota State University's Extension service shows that nearly a quarter of South Dakotans will be over 65 by 2035.
June 29, 2013 - 8:53am
December 28, 2012
Census: Dakotas tops for centenarians
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- U.S. Census Bureau data show people are more likely to live 100 years or longer in North Dakota and South Dakota. The media reports that data released this month show North Dakota ranks No. 1 in the number of centenarians per 10,000 people, at 3.29. South Dakota...
December 28, 2012 - 7:51am
October 29, 2012
Rural areas to feel strain as SD population grays
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- The population in South Dakota's rural areas will age more rapidly in coming years as more baby boomers enter retirement and more young people migrate to urban areas, South Dakota's state demographer says. The trends have implications for elder care, transportation...
October 29, 2012 - 2:28pm