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Governor’s budget recommendations will reflect a slow and steady growth
Supreme Court: DNA evidence lacks for new trial
Hospital, SD settle over improper Medicaid claims
South Dakota man gets 30 years in daughter's death
Mitchell health care leaders recognized
Interstate Information Centers open this weekend
Activities planned for National Travel & Tourism Week
SoS Gant Announces New Online Certificate of Good Standing
Avera Education & Staffing Solutions launches online medication aide program
South Dakota corn, sunflower harvests wrapping up
GUEBERT: Irony, coincidence, or just politics?
Winter weather slows harvest across South Dakota
Weather, pinch on supplies drive cattle prices up
Farmland values hold steady in US Plains
Tiger men pull away from Chargers
Howard lands five on 9A all-state list
Annual Turkey Trot Road Race is Thursday
Charger defense pesters Tigers in conference loss
Waddell sets four state records at Arena Grand Prix
Area couple hold dual celebration
Mitchell woman celebrates 75th
Spencer man celebrates 90 years
Dec. 14 wedding planned by couple
Vogel celebrates 85th birthday
Ethelyn Alexis Antelope
William L. McGregor
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National ice fishing tourney coming to Mitchell
GF&P, others fund new game production area in Moody County
Happy (water) trails to you
Hunting lodge being rebuilt
GFP wants to rebuild deer herds by allowing hunters fewer does
February 26, 2014
'Winter grazing requires prudent planning'
BROOKINGS -- Winter feed represents one of the largest costs for a livestock production enterprise. One alternative to limit costs resulting from harvest/purchase of hay or feeding of hay is grazing pasture that has been stockpiled for winter. "Allocation of feed resources available...
news / state
February 26, 2014 - 8:49pm
June 12, 2013
Badlands National Park bison plan questioned
RAPID CITY (AP) -- A proposal to expand bison grazing in Badlands National Park in southwestern South Dakota is being questioned by some neighboring cattle ranchers who fear it could harm their operations. The park's bison herd, which has been confined to a 100-square-mile area for...
news / state
June 12, 2013 - 3:20pm
July 23, 2012
CRP acres in Dakotas opened to haying, grazing
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- Farmers and ranchers in the Dakotas affected by drought will be able to use Conservation Reserve Program acres for emergency haying or grazing after Monday's announcement by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack. Vilsack in his announcement says lands not yet classified...
news / state
July 23, 2012 - 2:59pm
July 12, 2012
Farmers Union: Open CRP to haying, grazing
HURON (AP) -- The South Dakota Farmers Union is urging Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to open Conservation Reserve Program acres in South Dakota to haying and grazing to combat the lingering drought. Farmers Union President Doug Sombke says in a letter to Vilsack sent Wednesday...
news / state
July 12, 2012 - 7:20am
March 2, 2012
Grazing winter pastures in May is OK
BROOKINGS -- Winter pastures are an integral part of many cow/calf operations in South Dakota, providing valuable grazing, along with protection from seasonal weather. Many ranchers defer grazing these special pastures during the growing season in order to protect production, says...
March 2, 2012 - 9:36pm
February 17, 2012
SDSU researchers say grazing winter pastures in early May is OK
BROOKINGS -- Winter pastures are an integral part of many cow/calf operations in South Dakota, providing valuable grazing along with protection from seasonal weather. Many ranchers defer grazing these special pastures during the growing season in order to protect production, says...
February 17, 2012 - 9:29pm
February 7, 2012
Clark rancher gets probation, fine for defrauding Sioux tribe
SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A South Dakota rancher has been sentenced to 1 ½ years of probation and fined $2,500 for defrauding the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Seventy-one-year-old Donald Dunlavy of Clark also was ordered to pay $500 in restitution. U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson says Dunlavy...
news / crime
February 7, 2012 - 11:32am