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Photos from the Winner Elks Benefit Rodeo
Trump acceptance speech ratings fall short of record
Deere to lay off 120 employees at Moline factory
Trump pulls nearly even with Clinton after Republican convention
Federal prisoner jumps fence, escapes from Yankton facility
Buster's Auto Brokers LLC
A spa in Burger King? A Taco Bell lounge? This is the future of fast food.
Study indicates Yankton can support more retail businesses
Family opening spice and tea shop in downtown Rapid City
Wal-Mart shares slide on forecast of earnings drop next year
An annual drive to the rodeo
Deere to lay off 120 employees at Moline factory
High court: Ranchers should collect on storm-drowned cattle
Officials approve egg farm that will use cage-free barns
Celebrating the homesteaders and agricultural heritage of South Dakota
Amateur baseball roundup: Power-hitting Plankinton cruises to opening-round win
Class B junior teener roundup: Gregory dominates to reach semifinals
State Legion roundup: Webster upsets Spearfish
Milbank drops Winner/Colome
Amateur baseball roundup: Raptors slam past Mount Vernon in District 5B
Local couple to marry Aug. 5
Mitchell couple's 50th celebrated today
Mitchell woman marks 90th year
77 years marked by Mitchell couple
Wagner man to celebrate 80th
Ileen Ruth Werkmeister
Robert C. Menholt
Bernard Vincent Kayser
'Gotta catch 'em all' is not an excuse for boorish behavior
LETTER: Probe of Clinton's 'misdeeds' unsuccessful
LETTER: While dangers multiply, so do breakthroughs
Breaking barriers to mental health care
OUR VIEW: Oh, that wicked heat
How has the past affected today's outdoors heritage?
WILTZ: Thinking about great whites and a trip to Hilton Head
WILTZ: Catching catfish and old dogs like myself
WILTZ: Dependence on technology has gone too far for this angler
GF&P increasing efforts to band Canada geese
December 30, 2013
Body clocks could by why tots fight sleep
By Lauran Neergaard WASHINGTON (AP) — “Just one more story, please?” “I need a glass of water.” “Mom, I can’t sleep!” When youngsters continually struggle to fall asleep at night, new research suggests maybe their body clock doesn’t match their bedtime. That...
December 30, 2013 - 10:31pm
December 27, 2013
SDSM&T student gains fame for fusion success, science fair fail
Disqualified Newcastle, Wyo., teen who built a reactor in the family shed moves on from science fair rules fracas.
December 27, 2013 - 4:45pm
December 26, 2013
Study: Oregano oil may help sunflower seeds keep longer
By South Dakota Ag Connection Sunflower seeds and sunflower oils have been shown to decrease risk of cardiovascular disease as well as have potential beneficial effects on obesity, bone health and blood pressure. But their high protein and fat content mean they can have a short...
December 26, 2013 - 4:25pm
December 19, 2013
Avera tests genetics for pain meds with pioneer treatment method
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...
December 19, 2013 - 10:34am
November 25, 2013
DWU professor describes new spider species
Brian Patrick publishes paper in Journal of Arachnology.
November 25, 2013 - 6:00pm
October 21, 2013
SDSU scientists rediscover switchgrass moth in ethanol research
SDSU had rediscovered an insect about which almost nothing was known and then renamed it — at least in layman's terms — with the common name that has stuck ever since: the switchgrass moth.
October 21, 2013 - 10:27am
September 12, 2013
SD anglers asked to turn in heads of tagged salmon
PIERRE (AP) — State fishing officials are asking anglers to turn in heads of tagged Chinook salmon caught on Lake Oahe and the Oahe Tailwaters to help with research. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is evaluating how stocking salmon at different locations might...
September 12, 2013 - 3:23pm
September 6, 2013
Lead underground lab project ahead of schedule
LEAD (AP) -- A $25 million project to replace structural steel supports at the Sanford Underground Research Facility in Lead is ahead of schedule. The Rapid City Journal reports that the Ross Shaft project started 13 months ago and has used $10 million and 6,200 rock bolts so far....
September 6, 2013 - 4:05pm
Lab burger created to challenge real meat tastes more like cake
LONDON -- The world's first beef burger created by stem cells tastes more like cake than steak. The burger, fried in public in London Monday,...
August 6, 2013 - 7:25am
August 2, 2013
DWU's Patrick presents at national conference
Brian Patrick, Ph. D., assistant professor of biology at Dakota Wesleyan University, recently attended the American Arachnological Society annual meeting in Johnson City, Tenn., giving a presentation about a South Dakota spider survey. There were 119 arachnologists from all over the...
August 2, 2013 - 11:27am
Research shedding light on South Dakota's ants
PIERRE (AP) -- They are tiny immigrants who arrived to help build the tallgrass prairie after the last glacier retreated from the ice-scarred...
August 2, 2013 - 10:01am
July 30, 2013
Mitchell hosts SDSU fundraiser
The Send a Cow to College campaign will kick off Wednesday when the first donor cow will be sold between noon and 1 p.m.
July 30, 2013 - 10:28pm
Rare Triceratops horn headed to SDSM&T
RAPID CITY (AP) -- Scientists from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology are getting a rare dinosaur brow horn. The 31-inch Triceratops horn is believed to be 65 million years old and was found by diggers in Nebraska working on a U.S. Forest Service project in the Thunder...
July 30, 2013 - 1:22pm
OPINION: Nazi experiment that never happened basis for 'legitimate rape' idea
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- I've written before about how the myth that rape rarely causes pregnancy, trotted out most famously by former Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri, R, originates with a claim about a Nazi experiment in a 1972 essay by the obstetrician Fred Mecklenburg. Mecklenburg was married...
July 30, 2013 - 7:59am
July 26, 2013
ND, SD universities get bioprocessing grant
PIERRE (AP) -- Four universities in North Dakota and South Dakota have been awarded a $6 million grant to establish a research consortium that will study the use of a plant material to replace petrochemicals. The National Science Foundation Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive...
July 26, 2013 - 12:09pm