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Woman suffers serious, life-threatening injuries from crash near Mitchell
Former candidate Bosworth facing medical license proceedings
Before rally starts, officers seize drugs, cash in Sturgis
Colorado man dies by Lead after driving motorcycle off road
Ex-US attorney wants feds to allow hemp on SD reservation
USDA offers winter wheat crop insurance for all SD farmers
Vesicular stomatitis cases confirmed in South Dakota animals
Show Sheep Camp held in Wessington Springs
Spring wheat harvest getting underway in South Dakota
Nolz pitches Mudcats past Mustangs
SD Class B State Amateur Tournament first-round pairings
Raptors claim District 5B title in slugfest
Madison, Armour win way into state B tourney
Mitchell White wins VFW state tourney opener
Couple plan October wedding
September nuptials planned by couple
White Lake couple to wed Aug. 15
Couple to marry in Aug. 1 ceremony
Couple plan Aug. 29 wedding
Jayden J. Packard
Darlene G. Fousek
OPINION: Autumn leaves start to fall too soon
LETTER: Time to respect all human life
LETTER: Diversity should be embraced
LETTER: What bothers you most?
LETTER: Thank God for Pope, president
Lookin' for a bite at Lake Mitchell
North Dakota swan hunt license applications available online
OPINION: My best trip ever to Ontario's Kwinagans
OPINION: A little bit about the selective breeding of trophy big game animals
SD Outdoor Adventures: Is drain tiling killing small wetlands?
May 5, 2015
Sleepwalking may run in families
Children are seven times more likely to sleepwalk if both parents have a history of nocturnal strolls, a Canadian study finds, suggesting that the habit runs in families. "The findings point to a strong genetic influence on sleepwalking and, to a lesser degree, sleep terrors,"...
May 5, 2015 - 3:06pm
May 6, 2014
County WIC participation decreases
The number of Davison County residents in the county's WIC (Women, Infant and Children) nutrition program is down nearly 100 people from the average two years ago. Community Health Nurse program administrator Natalie Van Drongelen reported Tuesday that 427 participants were in...
News / local
May 6, 2014 - 6:39pm
February 15, 2013
SD Senate turns down birth-parent information bill
PIERRE -- A bill to make birth-parents information available to adopted adult children was killed this week in the South Dakota Legislature. Sen. Angie Buhl, D-Sioux Falls, sponsored the measure, which lost 16-19 in the Senate on Wednesday. She couldn't get a majority to reconsider...
News / state
February 15, 2013 - 7:41am
February 14, 2013
LETTER: Limiting parents' visitation robs families
Dear Editor: This is a copy of a letter I sent to all of the senators in South Dakota telling them the reason I supported SB 125. As you can read from the letter, I am not a parent that has lost custody of my child, but a mother who realizes the importance of both parents...
opinion / letters
February 14, 2013 - 6:55am
February 8, 2013
SD Senate defeats shared parenting
PIERRE -- Senators voted 21-13 Thursday against proposed changes to South Dakota's child custody laws, which would have put parents on equal footing at the start of a custody proceeding. It would have required a parent to prove to a judge why he or she should have a greater share...
News / state
February 8, 2013 - 6:27am
August 27, 2012
SD Alliance for Economic Security to host summit in Pierre
The Alliance for Economic Security, a coalition of groups and individuals dedicated to improving the lives of South Dakota children and families, will host its fourth summit, Building Assets and Creating Opportunities, Sept.
News / state
August 27, 2012 - 3:44am
July 18, 2012
Kinship care on rise in SD
Sharon Hall has raised her grandchildren ever since her daughter moved to Colorado 16 years ago. Hall's grandson was 8 and her granddaughter was only 13½ months old. "She said she didn't want the kids, you can have them," said Hall, 73. Hall and her husband, of Sioux Falls, met...
Life / state
July 18, 2012 - 6:53am