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Federal judge: Trump administration must accept new DACA applicants
South Dakota no longer last in average teacher pay
Trump suggests nominee for VA post drop out because of 'ugly' process
Waffle House shooting suspect left behind considerable evidence at scene, authorities say
Records reveal years of child abuse in former Minnesota family driven over cliff in California
Arnold honored by CDC as childhood immunization champion
Brookings fish food company expanding with $60M Volga plant
Next threat stalking American farmers is the end of cheap money
Veteran receives penis, scrotum transplant in surgery doctors hail as a medical first
Judge asked to reject pipeline protester's evidence request
place a business brief
AgweekTV: Sczepanski Farm Insolvency
Corn farmers may be eligible for Syngenta settlement
Acreage may be dictated by weather, not economics
Beets return to prominence: American Crystal Sugar share values show strength
ND school unveils $450,000 ag expansion
Vikings not sure they'll pick offensive guard
DWU men finish 8th at GPAC tourney
Berrios scoreless streak comes to an end against Yanks
Gayville-Volin sweeps Great Plains Conference meet
Jimmy Butler the recruiter? Timberwolves should be recruiting Butler, agent says
Mitchell family begins charity to raise money for Congenital Heart Defects
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
Violet Mae Freidel
Dale Lewis Thompson
Donna M. Cuka
Lewis B. Patterson
Brandon Michael Smith
OPINION: Potter's Sasquatch book brings originality
Daugaard: Celebrating South Dakota's conservationists
OPINION: Prosecutors get a new power if a drug deal causes a death
1963 Impala was beautiful, but it fell apart
LETTER: A defense of the NRA
After Parkland shooting, NRA posts biggest fundraising haul in nearly 20 years
Craftsman makes a wake building kayaks and canoes
Angler's fish tale presents learning opportunity
Wiltz: What's the best way to feed dogs?
Wiltz: Deer hunting is mighty important to me
Tom and Sherri
Donna Johnson 85th birthday
September 5, 2013
Southern rust detected in 3 South Dakota counties
SIOUX FALLS — A late-summer string of hot, humid weather has brought an unwelcome visitor to South Dakota's corn crop. Southern rust, a...
September 5, 2013 - 6:22pm
August 20, 2013
SD has first West Nile virus death of the year
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota has its first West Nile virus death of the year. The state Health Department says the Turner County resident was between 70 and 79 years old. Officials did not identify the person, citing patient confidentiality. South Dakota has had 52 confirmed human...
August 20, 2013 - 6:15pm
August 12, 2013
SD officials: Use repellent to combat West Nile
PIERRE (AP) — State health officials are reminding residents to use mosquito repellent and take other precautions to protect themselves against West Nile virus. State epidemiologist Lon Kightlinger says neuroinvasive disease can be particularly serious for the elderly and those...
August 12, 2013 - 8:53pm
August 5, 2013
Alexandria man battles cancer, West Nile at same time
ALEXANDRIA -- Jim Davies talks about the events of the last year in a calm, matter-of-fact way.
August 5, 2013 - 12:27pm
July 24, 2013
West Nile's biggest month looms
PIERRE -- Look out ahead. August is the cruelest month for West Nile virus in South Dakota. The latest surveillance report released Tuesday shows relatively few cases of human infections so far this summer, with just seven overall and one new case during the week of July 20. ...
July 24, 2013 - 6:48am
July 18, 2013
Anthrax confirmed in SD for first time
PIERRE -- Anthrax has been confirmed in South Dakota livestock for the first time this year. State Veterinarian Dr. Dustin Oedekoven confirmed Wednesday in a news release that a 4-month-old calf died in a small herd of unvaccinated cattle in Turner County. A cattle producer,...
July 18, 2013 - 9:27am
July 15, 2013
Spreading pig virus may curb U.S. pork supply, veterinarians say
CHICAGO -- A swine virus that has spread to 16 states since April is killing piglets and slowing growth in older hogs, threatening to curb U.S. pork output, according to a report by industry veterinarians. There are about 331 confirmed cases of the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus,...
July 15, 2013 - 10:31pm
July 8, 2013
Black Hills caves to reopen for exploration
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Officials say a ban on cave exploration in the Black Hills National Forest is being partially lifted in August. The Rapid City Journal reported the U.S. Forest Service imposed the ban in July 2010 to prevent the spread of a deadly bat disease. White-nose syndrome...
July 8, 2013 - 6:09am
July 5, 2013
Tips given to prevent water-bourne illness
PIERRE -- South Dakotans who head to the beach and the pool this summer should take common sense precautions to prevent water-borne illnesses such as cryptosporidiosis, says a state health official. "Water sports are great physical activities and we don't want to discourage them...
July 5, 2013 - 6:53am
June 25, 2013
Deadly piglet virus spreads to nearly 200 sites
CHICAGO -- A swine virus deadly to young pigs, and never before seen in North America, has spiked to 199 sites in 13 states -- nearly double the number of farms and other locations from earlier this month. Iowa, the largest U.S. hog producer, has the most sites testing positive...
June 25, 2013 - 10:26am
June 20, 2013
Deadly piglet virus spreads
CHICAGO (Reuters) -- A swine virus deadly to young pigs, one never before seen in North America, is spreading rapidly across the United States and proving harder to control than previously believed. The virus now has spread to 13 states, including South Dakota -- with more than...
June 20, 2013 - 5:43am
June 15, 2013
Bovine TB case in ND shouldn't hurt exporting
BISMARCK (AP) -- State and cattle industry officials say North Dakota's first reported case of bovine tuberculosis in 14 years shouldn't threaten the state's federally designated "TB-free" status. North Dakota Stockmen's head Julie Ellingson says that status is important because...
June 15, 2013 - 10:30am
June 10, 2013
Sudden Death Syndrome of soybeans detected in South Dakota
BROOKINGS -- During the 2012 soybean growing season, samples from eight fields in five counties in South Dakota tested positive for the sudden death syndrome pathogen.
June 10, 2013 - 4:40pm
June 6, 2013
State official: Prevent West Nile virus with insect repellent, mosquito control
PIERRE -- As the weather warms up and the risk of mosquito bites increases, now is the time for South Dakotans to get in the habit of using insect...
June 6, 2013 - 6:53am
7-year-old's funeral in Parkston draws hundreds
PARKSTON -- A little boy's brave fight ended in a big outpouring of grief Monday. Hundreds of residents of Parkston and the surrounding area...
May 6, 2013 - 9:36pm