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Minor injuries reported after vehicle enters slough near Stickney
Rollover injures two, closes portion of I-90 near Presho
Authorities identify Parker man killed in 1-vehicle crash
Zinke, Noem announce Trump rollback for outfitters, guides
Ireland votes to overturn abortion ban, 'culmination of a quiet revolution,' prime minister says
Consumers, craft brewers behind shift that has barley growers, malters adjusting
Why you're getting flooded with privacy notifications in your email
Commentary: Some gave all: A visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Why is Instagram adding a mute button? Because rejection is scary
Corn Palace updates brings new display options
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AgweekTV: Got Grains?
Pellet production leads to Poet's expansion
USDA releases proposed biotech labeling rules
COMMENTARY: When machines, crops, prices fail you, remember you still have worth
Soybeans spread to southwestern ND
Zunino's 12th-inning HR leads Mariners past Twins
Warriors rout Rockets to force Game 7
Second-half surge leads Minnesota past Montreal
Gregory's Voigt closes career with mile runner-up finish
MVP boys break Class A medley record
Mitchell woman shares her adoption story with the world
OPINION: Nurses care for the sick, comfort those in need
Mitchell family begins charity to raise money for Congenital Heart Defects
Wearing 'multitasker' badge of honor despite drawbacks
Colorado couple opens thrift store in Mitchell to benefit area nonprofits
Steven T. Stroh
JoAnn K. Houser
LETTER: Jackley to find solutions for SD
LETTER: Congress undermining youth
LETTER: Here rests in honored glory a comrade in arms
OPINION: The reason for Memorial Day has not changed; remembrance
Commentary: Bison passage: Good times in the Badlands
Wyoming may legalize trophy hunting of grizzly bears for the first time in 40 years
Expensive fishing electronics require proper touch
Commentary: Safety spout fuels colorful encounter in the boonies
Battling South Dakota's beaver problems
ND angler's walleye breaks 60-year record
Dennis & Joan Selfridge
March 23, 2016
Rapid City apartments get water back after 4 days without
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A dispute between Rapid City and an apartment building's out-of-state landlord over payment of a $7,000 water bill left tenants without water for four days. The city shut down the water to Idlewild Apartments on Friday because landlord Gerald Henning hadn't...
March 23, 2016 - 11:50am
February 16, 2016
Sioux Falls wants more money for connecting to roads, sewers
SIOUX FALL, S.D. (AP) — Public works officials in Sioux Falls are proposing to more than double what it costs to connect multi-family housing developments to city infrastructure. Officials say the city needs more money from developers to pay for extending roads, sewer and water...
February 16, 2016 - 12:06pm
January 19, 2016
Obama to meet Michigan mayor to discuss contaminated water -White House
President Barack Obama will meet with the mayor of Flint, Michigan, on Tuesday (January 19) to discuss the city's problems in dealing with lead-contaminated water, the White House said. Obama, who on Saturday (January 16) ordered federal aid for state and local response efforts in...
January 19, 2016 - 5:52pm
LETTER: Let's protect Firesteel Creek
To the Editor: The state Water Management Board made the right decision during a hearing on Wednesday in regard to Firesteel Creek. South Dakota law makes streams a public resource for recreation and navigation, as long as the stream has a sufficient flow for a one-person watercraft...
October 19, 2015 - 11:14am
October 15, 2015
South Dakota approves polygamist group's water request
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota regulators approved a secretive polygamist group's request to draw water more quickly at its remote Black Hills compound even though the sect declined to provide many details about the number of people living there. The state Water Management Board...
October 15, 2015 - 5:03pm
October 14, 2015
SD regulators to revisit polygamists group's water request
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota regulators are set to revisit a polygamist group's application to draw water more quickly at its remote Black Hills compound. The Water Management Board is scheduled to consider the application Wednesday. The request faces opposition from nearby landowners. The...
October 14, 2015 - 12:25pm
September 16, 2015
Lead cuts in half amount of water lost from city system
LEAD (AP) — The city of Lead has over the past year cut in half the amount of water being lost from the municipal water system each month, but the mystery of the leaks isn't yet solved. A year ago, as much as 10 million gallons of water was being lost each month due to leaks...
September 16, 2015 - 1:01pm
August 29, 2015
Far below South Dakota, a cave holds pure, promising water
WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK (AP) — Hundreds of feet beneath the Black Hills, a team of scientists and researchers snake through dark, narrow and silent corridors of ancient rock to reach their goal: what is thought to be some of the purest water on Earth. The crew of National Park...
August 29, 2015 - 8:40pm
August 19, 2015
SD, Iowa soybean growers find common ground
South Dakota and Iowa have always been good neighbors. And now their soybean advocates are continuing the same tradition. Centering on water...
August 19, 2015 - 9:01pm
August 18, 2015
North Dakota judge grants hearing on federal water rule
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A federal judge in North Dakota has ordered a hearing on an effort to block a new rule that gives federal authorities jurisdiction over some state waters. Thirteen states led by North Dakota are challenging the rule by the U.S. Environmental Protection...
August 18, 2015 - 3:06pm
Study suggests link between nitrates, uranium contamination
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A new study suggests that nitrates may play a key role in increasing uranium contamination in groundwater. The researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln estimate that nearly 2 million people in California and the Great Plains live over groundwater...
August 18, 2015 - 1:50pm
July 30, 2015
Attorney general signs letter asking EPA to delay water rule
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley has joined counterparts and other officials in 30 other states in asking the Environmental Protection Agency to delay implementing a new federal water rule. Jackley signed a letter that was sent to the EPA and the Corps...
July 30, 2015 - 3:01pm
July 28, 2015
City of Pierre flushing some fire hydrants, water still safe
PIERRE (AP) — The city of Pierre is flushing fire hydrants in residential sectors on East Fourth Street. The city announced Monday that water flowing from taps may be discolored because of the flushing, but that it's still safe to drink. The city flushes the fire hydrants to...
July 28, 2015 - 4:04pm
July 10, 2015
OPINION: Water is for fighting
Speaking of wacky news items, New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan is accused of stealing water during California's prolonged drought. Actually, Tom Selleck was accused of that action. He isn't commissioner of the New York City Police, but he plays one on television —...
July 10, 2015 - 1:22pm
Grant County hog facility gets one state water permit
PIERRE – The developer of a pork complex planned for Grant County received a state well permit Thursday from the South Dakota Water Management Board.
July 10, 2015 - 8:19am