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Wheat falls to contract lows on fund selling; soy gains
State Gaming Commission considers letting banks outside South Dakota accept deposits
Man dies in crash after collision with deer in South Dakota
Man dies in Fargo hospital from injuries after his vehicle hit deer in far northeast SD
Van swerves into crowds in Barcelona's popular Las Ramblas district; 13 reported dead and more than 50 injured
Move over Ticketmaster: Amazon in talks to offer event ticketing in U.S.
Google is said to work on news product competing with Snapchat
Americans keep crushing it with their 401(k)s
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Sony inks deal to sell PlayStation Vue internet TV service through small cable operators
Wheat falls to contract lows on fund selling; soy gains
Wisconsin officials act to help Northern Plains drought
2 agriculture groups in Dakotas to vote on merger
Rounds optimistic about upcoming farm bill
SD delegates discuss ag industry at Dakotafest
'I don't respect who's in office right now': 2017 NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant to skip White House visit
Twins activate former All-Star closer Perkins
Rainy weather doesn't spoil Bull Bash
Prep Focus: McCance pilots Gorillas' offense
Offensive guard Boone misses another practice
Award-winning ‘Over the Ocean’ is first-rate read
KIRK: Gratitude for the little country things
Fulton sisters celebrate 10 years of bow rehairing, restoration business
ACT’s ‘Mary Poppins’ wows audiences with vocals, dance scenes
Saddle making: Hobby turned full-time career
Helen J. Van Zee
NOEM: Economic and workforce development go hand in hand
IN OTHER WORDS: Students, step forward and work on The Kernel
THUNE: The future is within our reach
Comparing wine aficionados Thomas Jefferson and Winston Churchill
Local produce star of this potato salad
Wiltz: Good outdoorsmen have to be on their game
South Dakota researcher study fish density
Wiltz: Chasing the thrill of hunting boars
Wiltz: A legendary bungled archery hunt
Pheasants Forever, biologists looking for businesses to help fund more public hunting land
September 13, 2012
85-octane gas about to be legal -- for now
PIERRE -- Gasoline with an 85 octane rating can be legally sold in nine counties of western South Dakota.
September 13, 2012 - 7:06am
August 27, 2012
SD residents Tanks of Thanks event
MISSION -- More than 1,000 people attended the first Tanks of Thanks community celebration Wednesday in Mission. The community honored its Country Pride Cooperative and the Mission Cenex store for ongoing contributions to the community. Country Pride and Cenex host a community...
August 27, 2012 - 3:57am
August 24, 2012
Should mandate end, ethanol would stay in fuel
CHICAGO -- Ethanol, the best-performing energy commodity this year, is cheaper than gasoline, encouraging refiners to use the biofuel even if...
August 24, 2012 - 6:07am
August 14, 2012
Rule allowing sale of 85-octane gasoline in limbo
PIERRE (AP) -- The fate of a proposed rule allowing the sale of 85-octane gasoline in western South Dakota is in limbo. A legislative committee on Tuesday was unable to decide whether to approve or block the rule proposed by the South Dakota Public Safety Department. The panel deferred...
August 14, 2012 - 3:13pm
August 4, 2012
85 octane not foreign to Mitchell
Much of the recent talk about 85 octane gasoline has centered around its sale in western South Dakota. But the controversial fuel grade...
August 4, 2012 - 6:54am
July 21, 2012
State mulls 85 octane rules
PIERRE -- Consensus seemed to gel somewhat Friday at a state rules hearing that 85 octane gasoline should be allowed to be sold to motorists in the western one-third of South Dakota in order to avoid disruptions of fuel supplies but shouldn't be legal farther east. The dispute...
July 21, 2012 - 10:29am
July 19, 2012
SD inspectors now can check fuel octane levels
PIERRE (AP) -- South Dakota's Department of Public Safety says some of its inspectors now have devices to analyze the octane ratings of gasoline. The agency recently said it is illegal to sell gas with an 85 octane level in South Dakota. An 85 octane level can cause an engine to...
July 19, 2012 - 3:22pm
July 18, 2012
SD stations aren't warning about low-octane fuel
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Some South Dakota gas stations are selling lower-octane fuel without telling customers about it. Selling 85-octane gasoline became legal in South Dakota earlier this month. But the law change says gas stations have to post a warning to customers if they're doing...
July 18, 2012 - 11:06am
July 6, 2012
DAUGAARD: State not banning 85 octane, but cracking down on mislabeling
I want to protect South Dakota consumers. I want to avoid a fuel shortage in South Dakota. And I want to keep gas prices down. This spring, state...
July 6, 2012 - 9:46am
June 21, 2012
AG: 85-octane gas can't be sold legally in SD
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has issued an opinion stating that under current rules, 85-octane gasoline can't be sold in South Dakota. Gov.
June 21, 2012 - 3:28pm
September 10, 2011
Regional gas price round-up
Following is the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in various communities around the state as of late this week, according...
September 10, 2011 - 9:34am
August 31, 2011
Motor-fuel suppliers to get more gas flexibility in SD
PIERRE -- South Dakota's standards for gasoline volatility should be more flexible in autumn so that fuel supplies can be more reliable, the Legislature's rules review committee decided Tuesday. The panel approved a change sought by owners of the Magellan pipeline that delivers...
August 31, 2011 - 9:44am
July 20, 2011
South Dakota considers more leeway on gasoline volatility in autumn months
PIERRE -- An official for the Magellan pipeline company, which has distribution terminals at Watertown and Sioux Falls, said Tuesday gasoline supply disruptions would be less likely in South Dakota under a change in volatility standards being considered by the state Department of...
July 20, 2011 - 12:42am
July 15, 2011
Rule change aims to reduce chance of gas shortages
PIERRE -- A proposed change in an obscure rule could prove to be a big benefit to motorists who buy gasoline in South Dakota. The state Department of Public Safety wants South Dakota to make its fuel-volatility standards consistent with those used in Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota...
July 15, 2011 - 4:20am