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Answers sought to teen suicide epidemic across SD tribal communities
Authorities release name of man killed in Wolsey accident
Teen suicide on Indian reservation brings tears of sadness, cry for help
South Dakota regulators to decide on Dakota Access pipeline
'It's Thanksgiving; you've got to give'
Farm Bill payments create confusion, frustration for some producers
One family farm operation has decided to make the switch to no-till and cover cropping
South Dakota farmers produce more soybeans, sorghum in 2015
Hutterite colony near Stratford seeking to expand hog farm
South Dakota's fall harvest draws closer to completion
Offense scoring at will, but improvement needed on defense for DWU
Friday's sports schedule
Five Blackhawks named to Class 9AA all-state team
Greenway nominated for NFL Sportsmanship award
St. Pierre, Bonte named finalists for Cliff Harris award
Area woman to celebrate 95th
Couple celebrate 65th anniversary today
90th birthday to be celebrated
Couple celebrate 60th anniversary
Mitchell couple celebrate 50th
Shane Eugene Muth
Margaret "Peg" Duerfeldt
LETTER: Vote yes on indoor aquatic facility
LETTER: Noem's vote on refugees disgraceful
LETTER: Override council's foolishness with 'no' vote
LETTER: Vote yes on indoor pool
LETTER: Get out and give for #GivingTuesday
24-hour game stop nabs 147 violations
Commission finalizes several spring hunting seasons
TIPs hotline receiving fewer calls, leading to higher percentage of arrests
GFP hopes to net $1 million from proposed fee increases
Salmon egg collections on Oahe proving difficult this year
April 23, 2015
Genome study reveals lonely end for the world's woolly mammoths
The most complete genetic information assembled on woolly mammoths is providing insight into their demise, revealing they suffered two population...
News / nation
April 23, 2015 - 4:22pm
January 14, 2015
Genome deals raise questions on privacy, sharing health data
BOSTON — In three recent deals, drugmakers are betting that personal genetic maps will finally fulfill their early promise to unlock secrets...
News / nation
January 14, 2015 - 4:51pm
December 19, 2013
Avera pioneers genetic testing for pain meds
Avera Medical Group is pioneering a genetics-based approach to offer more personalized treatment for patients recovering from surgery. Avera officials announced Wednesday that patients treated by orthopedic surgeons at two Avera facilities — Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in...
News / state
December 19, 2013 - 10:31am
September 27, 2013
Senate seeks to reverse law on engineered crops
By Mary Clare Jalonick WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate is seeking to reverse a controversial law that allows farmers to harvest genetically modified crops even when the crops are caught up in legal battles. The law, passed as part of a spending bill earlier this year, has become...
News / nation
September 27, 2013 - 2:01pm
June 14, 2013
Court: Isolated human genes cannot be patented
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously threw out attempts to patent human genes, siding with advocates who say the multi-billion-dollar...
June 14, 2013 - 6:48am
March 13, 2013
Genetics expert to talk nutrition at SDSU
BROOKINGS (AP) -- The president of the American Society of Human Genetics will be at South Dakota State University next week to talk about the role nutrition plays in genetics. Jeff Murray is a professor of pediatrics, epidemiology, nursing and biological sciences at the University...
March 13, 2013 - 8:29am
February 21, 2013
GUEBERT: Seed patents before US Supreme Court
The world's biggest seed company never saw Vernon Hugh Bowman coming. It should have because, beginning in May 1999, the self-described,...
opinion / columns
February 21, 2013 - 1:31pm
July 27, 2012
Hutterite gene: SD researchers study lethal syndrome affecting infants
Three Hutterite women gather around a table at Oak Lane Colony in rural Alexandria, relishing the air conditioning. It's mid-afternoon, and they've...
July 27, 2012 - 11:27pm