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Woman arrested after driving into White House barrier was convicted last year of trying to climb fence
Six injured in Friday crash near Alexandria
South Dakota Supreme Court: warrant needed for urine sample
House passes one-subject mandate for constitutional changes
Mission couple plead not guilty to wire fraud
USDA seeks comments on SNAP benefits for able-bodied adults without dependents
First National Bank to halt production of NRA credit card
Sioux Falls teacher requests special brain cancer treatment
Koch brothers try to kill gas tax hike
Taco Bell overtakes Burger King as 4th-largest U.S. chain
place a business brief
State climatologist: 'Prepare for another drought year'
Eager about agriculture
Customers are the 'backbone' of Blue Bird Locker
A fondness for farming
Farmers have highest suicide rate of all occupations
Streak snapped! Mitchell ends 42-game losing streak in home thriller
Area basketball roundup: Freeman girls advance to Round of 16
Chamberlain duo eyeing top finishes
Class B wrestling roundup: Howard second, Winner in third after first day
Havlik, Max advance to semis for Kernels
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
Folding for the less fortunate
Peace Light and Stone celebrates 25 years of business in Mitchell
Wayne H. Bracha
Patrick Raymond Bowar
JoAnn Mavis Thompson (nee Evenson)
LETTER: Assault guns need to go
Kindness is a sweet gift to give or receive
KLUMB: Looking into lunch shaming
HEINERT: Crossover Day approaches
OPINION: Finding the way to college
Wiltz: Give some thought to loading your own ammo
Old Scandinavian pastime of kicksledding makes a return at Minn. preserve
Mettle to medal: John Henry Krueger perseveres to podium in 1,000 meters
Like many great champions, Mikaela Shiffrin is compelling, and human, in defeat
Pheasant hunters flocking in February? National Pheasant Fest bringing in thousands to SD
Federal jury convicts eastern SD farmer of disturbing protected wetlands
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- A 61-year-old eastern South Dakota farmer has been found guilty by a federal jury of disturbing protected wetlands. Kevin...
January 24, 2018 - 3:31pm
October 31, 2017
Crops continue to eat up Great Plains grassland
FARGO — Dwindling grassland remnants in the Great Plains continued their decline last year with the loss of 2.5 million acres consumed...
October 31, 2017 - 5:16pm
May 30, 2017
Ducks Unlimited invests in region's environment
A joint effort between Ducks Unlimited, South Dakota State University, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks and the Natural Resources Conservation...
May 30, 2017 - 3:21pm
Letcher duck habitat nearly complete
LETCHER — More ducks could be coming to the Letcher area as a conservation organization concludes a project to provide them with more homes....
November 30, 2016 - 6:07pm
September 12, 2016
Costs still unknown for buffer strips tax break
PIERRE — One of the arguments used back on March 29 to sustain the governor's veto of the buffer strips tax break for farmers and ranchers during the 2016 legislative session was its unknown cost. Now five-plus months later, Gov. Dennis Daugaard is throwing the full weight of...
September 12, 2016 - 6:34pm
January 29, 2016
State attempting to establish first wetlands mitigation bank for agriculture in the nation
South Dakota could become the first state in the nation to establish a wetland mitigation credit system directed solely at farmers. The Natural...
January 29, 2016 - 4:20pm
March 10, 2015
Wetlands near Corsicana attracting birds, drawing visitors
CORSICANA, Texas (AP) — A man-made wetlands has become a magnet for migratory birds along the Central Flyway. On the Navarro-Freestone County line, about 110 miles southeast of Fort Worth, Texas Parks and Wildlife's Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area has seen bird counts...
March 10, 2015 - 4:13pm
February 2, 2015
Researchers studying how animals affected by wetlands loss
BROOKINGS (AP) — Some South Dakota researchers are using a federal grant to figure out what happens to the animals when a pond goes dry. How far the frogs, salamanders and ducks must travel to find another wetland is the focus of the work being done over three years by the...
February 2, 2015 - 4:25pm
September 4, 2014
Hunting for support of the Dakota's wetlands and grasslands
September 4, 2014 - 4:54pm
August 21, 2014
SD landowners weigh in on wetlands
Wetlands have been protected from drainage since the wetland conservation compliance provisions "Swampbuster" was enacted in the 1985 farm bill. "When producers want to drain soils on their land, they can fill out an AD-1026 form. Natural Resources Conservation Service will then...
August 21, 2014 - 10:36pm
August 18, 2014
Wetland determination backlog concerns SD farmers
PIERRE (AP) — Some South Dakota farmers say it's taking the government too long to deal with requests for wetland determinations. A wetland determination helps producers know where wetlands are located so they can make plans to drain areas without losing eligibility to participate...
August 18, 2014 - 7:51am
July 23, 2014
Report says Prairie Pothole region losing wetlands
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Federal officials and conservationists say a recent report detailing wetland losses in the five-state Prairie Pothole...
July 23, 2014 - 10:49pm
July 7, 2014
Hutterite colony caught in wetlands dispute
WILLOW LAKE (AP) — A federal wildlife agency is suing a Hutterite colony in Willow Lake, alleging that it hasn't abided by the terms of a 36-year-old easement that requires the landowners to leave the property's wetlands intact. The U.S.
July 7, 2014 - 7:55am
May 12, 2014
Noem, Thune criticize EPA streams, wetlands rule
By Henry C.
May 12, 2014 - 12:05am
April 7, 2014
Conservationists claim victory on new farm bill
By Steve Karnowski MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Wildlife and environmental groups are claiming victory for conservation practices in the new farm...
April 7, 2014 - 10:35am