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29-year-old woman dies when car crashes, goes into Rock Creek
The Midwest eases its Trump swoon and flirts again with Democratic candidates
Commission to continue budget review
A 71-year-old Florida man tied a gun to a weather balloon to fake his own murder, police say
Jaguar escapes zoo and moves from one enclosure to next, killing trapped animals
It's not your imagination: airline restrooms are getting smaller
After Deepwater Horizon, a new BP emerges
Up and almost running: Brule County wind project nearly complete
Hanson County hog barn plan heads to court
PUC hears 'emotionally charged' testimony for $297M, 61-turbine plan in Avon area
place a business brief
AgweekTV: Dicamba Damage in 2018
Senators brag on the provisions included in its farm bill
COMMENTARY: Interested in interest rates : Generational divide exists
Spraying season arrives: Upper Midwest crops move forward
Life after CRP: Returning land to crops
Twins top Rays thanks to Dozier's walk-off grand slam
France lifts second World Cup after winning classic final
Kim pours it on, wins John Deere Classic by eight shots
VAR plays key role in World Cup final, but was it the way FIFA intended?
Ruthless Djokovic outplays Anderson to end title drought
Dorla D. Verhey
David H. Wudel
LETTER: Thanks be to God
Commentary: The subtle deception we all face
Commentary: Summer 'movecation' is no holiday
Even in dark times, hang on to hope
OPINION: A world champion of bass fishing?
GF&P agrees to seasonal Day County lake deal
Wiltz: Some advice for East River deer hunters
Father-son duo aren’t limited by same-old fishing routine
Wiltz: Youth fishing excursions have life benefits
Nice walleyes, lots of bass greet anglers in Ontario waters
Dave and Bonnie Meyerink
July 11, 2017
Minnesota keeps Palmer amaranth at bay by pulling by hand, blow torching
COTTONWOOD, Minn. — Propane blow torches, herbicide, the sharp blades of mowers, hand pulling, and most important of all, the vigilant...
July 11, 2017 - 8:22pm
May 27, 2017
Rangeland in South Dakota still recovering from fire
COTTONWOOD (AP) — More than 41,000 acres of rangeland scorched in a massive South Dakota prairie wildfire last October may still need another...
May 27, 2017 - 12:38pm
Funds being distributed to victims of South Dakota wildfire
RAPID CITY (AP) — Ranchers and farmers affected by a devastating October wildfire to the Cottonwood area of southwestern South Dakota are starting to receive money from a relief fund. The Cottonwood fire scorched 65 square miles of land between Interstate 90 and U.S. Highway 14...
December 27, 2016 - 11:40am
October 19, 2016
Cottonwood Fire now estimated to have burned 65 square miles
RAPID CITY (AP) — A prairie fire in western South Dakota that destroyed buildings and killed livestock is now estimated to have scorched 65 square miles. The Rapid City Journal reports that officials used GPS mapping to make the estimate, which is up substantially from an earlier...
October 19, 2016 - 8:27am
October 18, 2016
Large western South Dakota grass fire was human-caused
RAPID CITY (AP) — Authorities say a prairie fire that burned 48 square miles in western South Dakota was human-caused. The Cottonwood Fire began Sunday afternoon east of Rapid City, in the Wall and Cottonwood areas. It scorched private land and part of the Buffalo Gap National Grassland....
October 18, 2016 - 8:26am
February 20, 2015
State looks to drop waterfowl designation on Onida lake
PIERRE (AP) — A lake 30 miles northeast of Pierre might lose its designation as a refuge because of limited waterfowl use. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission wants to remove the Cottonwood Lake State Waterfowl Refuge near Onida in Sully County. The GFP says...
February 20, 2015 - 3:06pm